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Facebook’s New Comment System: All You Wanted to Know

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The latest comes in the form of Facebook’s newly launched comments plug-in, a powerful system that is bound to re-define how users comment on Blogs and other social media sites. You can grab the code for comments box from Facebook’s social plugin section here.

Facebook’s New Comment System: All You Wanted to Know

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The latest comes in the form of Facebook’s newly launched comments plug-in, a powerful system that is bound to re-define how users comment on Blogs and other social media sites. You can grab the code for comments box from Facebook’s social plugin section here.

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The Psychology of Facebook Page Engagement: Exploring Status Updates

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Any post that you write will generate either of these reactions: Create an impact – An emotion which is reflected in the form of a “Like” or a “Comment”.

Facebook Upgrades Fan Pages

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That’s not all you can also comment on other pages on behalf of the page. Example, I can comment on the itemperance fan page in the name of Iffort and not Daksh Sharma. Comment on Your Fan Page from Your Facebook Profile. Please feel free to add through comments !!

10 Reasons to Work for a Startup [#whyworkforstartup]

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4 Santosh followed it up with another comment from his colleague Nilesh. #5 Like any typical evening, we’re busy working on our office desks. Suddenly @santoshpanda sparked of a bright initiative that led to exchange of some interesting thoughts.

Driving Traffic From Blog Comments

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31 pm Driving Traffic From Blog Comments Jump to Comments Today morning, I was listening to the Episode No. PR Evangelist Neville talks about one of the blog-posts on Darren Rowse’s blog which addresses the power of commenting on blogs. Caroline Middlebrook has done some analysis of her blog traffic/stats for the month of October and she’s got about 700 visitors just from blog comments. The time spent on Blog-reading and commenting is really astounding.

Building a People Centric Organization

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20 am Building a People Centric Organization Jump to Comments Workplace Democracy Workplace democracy is the application of democracy in all its forms (including voting systems, debates, democratic structuring, due process, adversarial process, systems of appeal, and so on) to the workplace. So everyones’ comments count. Home About In the Media Facebook and India 3 Ways to Analyze Facebook Fan Page Traffic August 19, 2010.8:20

Facebook and India

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47 pm Facebook and India Jump to Comments Our team recently made a visual presentation which talks about ‘Facebook’ and its penetration in India. Technology Partners : itemperance consulting Image Credits: Eric Parker Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 1 Comment Filed under Facebook , Iffort Tags: India , web2.0 , Facebook , Iffort , facebook hyderabad , Itemperance 1 Comment Tweets that mention Facebook and India « -- Topsy.com August 12, 2010 at 3:16 pm [.]

My Contribution at PaulWriter.com

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07 pm My Contribution at PaulWriter.com Jump to Comments I was given a kind invitation by Padmaja Nagarur from Paul Writer Strategic Services Pvt. Some examples of these metrics are: Level of engagement of your brand and its definition Relevance of rise/fall in number of page fans in a month’s time Averages Likes and comments on your Facebook page Click through rates for your Facebook ads.

Startup Life: Diary of a First Generation Entrepreneur

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11 pm Startup Life: Diary of a First Generation Entrepreneur Jump to Comments ‘Oh shit.’ Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 7 Comments Filed under Itemperance Tags: Entrepreneur , Entrepreneurship , Iffort , Itemperance , startup 7 Comments cleartripoffers July 16, 2010 at 4:55 pm Every problem comes with a solution in it, we need to be ready for challenges in startups.

Facebook & India

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47 pm Facebook & India Jump to Comments This is a statistical post, which collates data from various blog-posts, press-releases and news sites. Cross-posted at Iffort’s Blog Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 11 Comments Filed under Facebook , Web 2.0 Tags: Facebook , facebook hyderabad , growth , hyderabad , India , mark zuckerberg , zuckerberg 11 Comments Eye Bridge August 27, 2010 at 2:39 pm Call@ 09971009478.

New Job Opening

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21 am New Job Opening Jump to Comments Friends, at Iffort Consulting , we are recruiting a skilled designer/graphics professional with around (1-2 years) of experience in the following areas. To learn more about us, please visit our website www.iffort.com Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit Leave a Comment Filed under Iffort , Jobs , Web 2.0 Home About In the Media Search Engine Statistics:: Google’s share dips Facebook & India April 13, 2010.6:21

Search Engine Statistics:: Google's share dips

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50 am Search Engine Statistics:: Google’s share dips Jump to Comments Although, Google continues to dominate the search market in U.S. Current Search Market Share by Major Search Engines – from Market Share/H… The virtual fly on the wall… 4 Comments Filed under Google , SEO , Search Engines , Web 2.0 Home About In the Media How People Respond to Your Online Content New Job Opening April 8, 2010.7:50

How People Respond to Your Online Content

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32 am How People Respond to Your Online Content Jump to Comments One of my favorite bloggers, Rajesh Shetty had written an excellent blog-post last year , which describes how people react to your content. Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 3 Comments Filed under Sharing Tags: rajesh shetty , lifebeyondcode , lateral action 3 Comments London Paris Train June 23, 2010 at 4:35 pm Wow!

Facebook vs Twitter (A Comparison)

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02 am Facebook vs Twitter (A Comparison) Jump to Comments With over 40,000 tweets per minute and new-user registration growth rate of 1500%, you would expect Twitter to give a close fight to the social networking giant Facebook. uberVU displays results as the number of reactions across different platforms where reactions mean the number of ‘comments’ or ‘shares’ about a particular topic.

Moving One Step Closer to Dream

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08 pm Moving One Step Closer to Dream Jump to Comments Dear Friends & Well-wishers, It has been a long time since we’ve been conversing through the medium of this blogging platform. Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 8 Comments Filed under Iffort , Web 2.0 Tags: Iffort , Life , News 8 Comments Sunil Malhotra March 29, 2010 at 2:29 pm A proud moment, Daksh!

Facebook will surge ahead in India

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45 pm Facebook will surge ahead in India Jump to Comments I was just reading an interesting news-story, published in today’s edition of Economic times. Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 2 Comments Filed under Facebook , Web 2.0 , orkut Tags: brazil , Facebook , growth , India , orkut 2 Comments Ashwani February 18, 2010 at 8:41 pm The growth rate of Facebook compared to Orkut is phenomenal.

Preventing Social Media Spam

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53 pm Preventing Social Media Spam Jump to Comments Image by Josh Russell via Flickr Sometimes it feels really sorry to see the tactics of a select group of folks in the name of using Social media as a Conversation Medium ! Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit Leave a Comment Filed under Social Media Conversation , Social media , Web 2.0 Home About In the Media Enterprise 2.0 Conversations Facebook will surge ahead in India February 4, 2010.8:53

Enterprise 2.0 Conversations

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Conversations Jump to Comments Image by cambodia4kidsorg via Flickr Over the course of December, I have been closely following Jacob Morgan ‘s blog-posts on Social Media , emerging Enterprise 2.0 Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 5 Comments Filed under Web 2.0 Reply uberVU - social comments December 25, 2009 at 9:49 am Social comments and analytics for this post… This post was mentioned on Twitter by indianterrain: [New Blog-post] Enterprise 2.0

Criticising Social Media ?

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Jump to Comments Criticizing social media ? Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 4 Comments Filed under Social media Tags: Blog , Cyberspace , Digital media , Facebook , Media , Online Communities , Social media , social media india , Social network , socialmedia , socialmedia india , twitter 4 Comments Recommended: Tokutek | A Social Networking Case Study « Fredzimny's Blog March 5, 2010 at 11:22 pm [.] Home About In the Media Entrepreneurial resources Enterprise 2.0

Entrepreneurial resources

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10 pm Entrepreneurial resources Jump to Comments Customer development methodology Good product manager bad product manager Customer development process Minimum Viable Product Project rifle Research writing methodology Conducting market research Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit Leave a Comment Filed under Entrepreneur , Entrepreneurship Tags: Entrepreneur , presentation , research , video Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply.

Twitter's Retweet feature (beta)

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19 am Twitter’s Retweet feature (beta) Jump to Comments Many of you might have already seen this, but just-incase you haven’t here is the update. Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 1 Comment Filed under Web 2.0 Tags: microblogging , microblogs , retweet , retweeting , RT , twitter , twitter.com 1 Comment market research India December 9, 2009 at 3:44 pm Hello, Please check it ,i think its better for Business.

Indians in Social Media (2009) «

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01 am Indians in Social Media (2009) Jump to Comments By-and-large most of us would agree with that Social media is still in a nascent stage in the Indian context and there is a lot that remains to be explored in the Social media space. Cheers — @Sampad Reply daksh September 29, 2009 at 8:40 pm Anytime Sampad and good to see you posting your opinion here Reply apu September 29, 2009 at 2:33 pm Hey – am commenting here after a long time.

Royal Challengers Bangalore Fanatic Fans Challenge «

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47 pm Royal Challengers Bangalore Fanatic Fans Challenge Jump to Comments Good friend Nidhi Makhija who works for a digital agency called Experience Commerce just sent me an email about the social media campaign for IPL’s Royal Challengers Bangalore , called the RCB Fanatic Fans Challenge. Don’t waste your time and apply now & if you are a blogger help the guys in spreading the word Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 4 Comments Filed under Web 2.0

Bloggers & Writers - What Keeps You Going?

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Home About In the Media Driving Traffic From Blog Comments Fastrack Adopts Social Media November 23, 2007.8:38 Jump to Comments (Off-topic) Ok folks! To expand the focus of this question I’d also encourage comments from those of you who do not blog but have written something via a particular medium which could be a research paper, a journal or elsewhere. If you take a look at my blog you would realize not a lot of people have any comments.

News from Other Blogs

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47 am News from Other Blogs Jump to Comments Vogue’s India Launch Click to Read. Read here Bathroom Blogfest 2007 Read here The comment contest winner Read here Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit Leave a Comment Filed under News Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Home About In the Media Noel, Luck of Seven and Episode 20 Dr. Ralf Klamma’s Blog: beamtenherrschaft October 29, 2007.2:47

Social Media Mercury rising up in India

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43 pm Social Media Mercury rising up in India Jump to Comments Let me start of by wishing everybody a very ‘Happy New Year 2009′ ! Home About In the Media After Hiatus, Social Media Predictions & 2009 Indian startups need more Community Managers January 5, 2009.11:43 I hope that this year brings great success and joy to all of us. If I re-collect the recent developments, it is really fascinating to see so much happening on the ‘Social Media’ front in India.

After Hiatus, Social Media Predictions & 2009

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51 am After Hiatus, Social Media Predictions & 2009 Jump to Comments Image by Matt Hamm via Flickr Phew. Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 3 Comments Filed under Social Media Predictions Tags: 2009 , gaurav mishra , social media predictions 2009 , Social Media Predictions , nimesh , social media outsourcing , gauravonomics , peter kim , windchimes , nimesh shah 3 Comments Bloommaaerono March 8, 2009 at 7:35 am ?????? ????-?????

Barcamp Delhi 5: Spreading the Word out !

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Jump to Comments Image via Wikipedia It is that time of the year when some of the brightest minds gather to discuss about technology, business, startups and much more. Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 5 Comments Filed under BarCamp Tags: BarCamp , BarCamp Delhi , BCD5 , delhi , Google , open source , Social media , startup , twitter 5 Comments Sesso January 22, 2009 at 12:25 pm Great site.

SMTP Settings in MediaWiki

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29 am SMTP Settings in MediaWiki Jump to Comments Image via Wikipedia A Wiki without an email feature is like a ‘car’ without ‘fuel’ For configuring the email functions in MediaWiki you need to ensure that the SMTP settings are right. Home About In the Media Books on my Plate Barcamp Delhi 5: Spreading the Word out ! September 18, 2008.10:29

Books on my Plate

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20 am Books on my Plate Jump to Comments Apologies as I’ve not been able to post for a while. Home About In the Media Recruiting Lessons from Google SMTP Settings in MediaWiki September 2, 2008.2:20 I just thought I’d share with you some of the books from my mini-bookshelf. These days, I’m reading Wikipatterns by Stewart Mader.

Recruiting Lessons from Google

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19 am Recruiting Lessons from Google Jump to Comments How does Google manage to be different everytime Their recruitment advertisement in today’s Times of India Ascent is another example that ! Home About In the Media My Dear Consultant – Think About It ! Books on my Plate August 6, 2008.3:19

My Dear Consultant - Think About It !

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Jump to Comments Imagine the story of a confused guy from an enterprise. Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 5 Comments Filed under Consulting Tags: Business , Consultant , Conversation , Enterprise 2.0 , Enterprise Consultant , Management consulting , News and Media , Small business , SMB Consulting , Social network , Social-media consulting , Strategy on Web , twitter , Web consulting , Web-strategy India , Web2.0 I have no comment.

Applying the Johari Window to as/w Product

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48 am Applying the Johari Window to a s/w Product Jump to Comments Reading a wonderful piece on Johari Window at psychcentral made me think about its application to a s/w product. Home About In the Media Marketing, Social Media & Branding Blogs in India My Dear Consultant – Think About It ! July 29, 2008.10:48

Marketing, Social Media & Branding Blogs in India

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37 am Marketing, Social Media & Branding Blogs in India Jump to Comments What XML feed of some of the best Social-media, Marketing and Branding blogs in India Why Thoughts inspired by Age of Conversation’s Douglas Karr. Gaurav Reply daksh July 24, 2008 at 3:02 pm Thank you for your kind comments guys. Home About In the Media themarketingblog@wordpress on Mobile Applying the Johari Window to a s/w Product July 24, 2008.3:37

themarketingblog@wordpress on Mobile

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16 am themarketingblog@wordpress on Mobile Jump to Comments There was a time when mobile version of a website used to be a rarity. Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 1 Comment Filed under Cool Stuff , Kool Companies Tags: Business and Economy , Communications , Mobile , Mobile phone , MoFuse , MoFuse.com , Shopping , Telecommunications , United Kingdom 1 Comment amit July 18, 2008 at 3:39 am yomacha has caught inspiration from hotornot.

OSSCamp Summer Edition

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57 am OSSCamp Summer Edition Jump to Comments OSSCamp Summer Edition is scheduled for tomorrow in Lodi Road, June 21st 2008. Home About In the Media Xtees.com – A Unique t-shirt selling hub YoMacha: India’s Hot or Not ? June 20, 2008.6:57 OSS Camp is a platform for promoting Open Source Projects from India. In this single day event, campers from across the world will come together to discuss FOSS and FOSS development in India. Presentations S.No.

YoMacha: India's Hot or Not ?

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Jump to Comments A few days back I had received a ‘profiling’ request from Vandana Makharia from YoMacha. Home About In the Media OSSCamp Summer Edition themarketingblog@wordpress on Mobile June 23, 2008.2:25 25 am YoMacha: India’s Hot or Not ? A brief look at YoMacha tells you that it isn’t exactly a run-of-the mill social networking portal with typical Web2.0 features. What’s really encouraging to see is that it is an internet startup from a non-metro.

Services & Tools for Bloggers

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18 am Services & Tools for Bloggers Jump to Comments Ever since the philosophy of blogging has become popular a lot has happened in the blogosphere planet. Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit 2 Comments Filed under Cool Stuff , Tech Tags: browser plugin , desktop blogging , semantic web , Tagaroo , Windows Live Writer , Zemanta , zemanta plugin 2 Comments Blog Editors « SEA Property July 15, 2008 at 11:50 am [.]

Xtees.com - A Unique t-shirt selling hub

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22 am Xtees.com – A Unique t-shirt selling hub Jump to Comments Last week was quite interesting as I spent most of my time fiddling around with testing and installation of Drupal on local network. Home About In the Media Services & Tools for Bloggers OSSCamp Summer Edition June 18, 2008.3:22