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Content Aggregators are Killing Content Creators

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Opinion , Social Media > Content Aggregators are Killing Content Creators Content Aggregators are Killing Content Creators by Tamar Weinberg on September 23, 2009 Share This is a guest post from Josh Schnell, founder of Macgasm.net and web developer.

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Five Benefits to Using Twitter Â? Techipedia | Tamar Weinberg

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

As an example, I followed two major news aggregators for awhile, but the updates were just too frequent for my needs. Tagged as: communication , facebook , Internet , microblogging , social media , twitter { 4 trackbacks } Pour la promotion du cne extreme, devenez ralisateur et crez un film. Your mileage may vary.

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How friendfeed Can Teach You About Your Friends

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Founded by four ex-Googlers, FriendFeed allows you to subscribe to your friends’ updates across 35 social networks and to stay up to date with the content they’re discovering and sharing across the web. In social media spheres, it’s almost unavoidable to not engage online with content in some way.

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The Great Social Media Traffic Debate: Niche or General Networks?

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Many people found the research interesting, but a number of people commented that the social networks probably shouldn’t be grouped together. So the question arose – was social media traffic misrepresented by grouping traffic from all networks together? Three cheers for them! page views SEO ROI — 1.2

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Is Social Media the Final Frontier of Marketing?

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

The reason is that people didn’t have aggregate power: they were individual voices that a news channel or a company can choose to ignore. Companies are at the stage that they cannot afford to sit idly by and be passive in social media. Not just being talked about but be an active voice in the community.

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The History of Social Media in 33 Key Moments

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This moment essentially marked the beginning of social media influencers. Tumblr and the age of the microblog (2007) In 2007, the social network described as “Twitter meets YouTube and WordPress” came a-tumblin’ along when 17-year-old David Karp launched Tumblr from his bedroom.

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Kevin Rose and Jay Adelson Respond to Digg Complaints

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

The initial sentiment was highly negative , and most concluded that the algorithm will penalize users who care much about the community and use it regularly. The math takes time to aggregate.&# (Lesson: Stop noticing things the second that they happen.) Both Kevin and Jay say that we should give the community the benefit of the doubt.

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