Why Livefyre is Here and How It Helps You

Ari Herzog

When you click the “Post comment as&# link for the first time, a window pops up prompting you to either authenticate your comment with your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google, or OpenID accounts — or to choose none of the above and use your Livefyre account instead. Ari Herzog provides communications services to the nonprofit and public sectors, and encourages you to join his Facebook community.

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8 Best Practices for Collaborative Blog Groups

Kikolani

If you own a blog that has multiple authors, regular contributors, or regular guest bloggers , here are seven ways a private blog group can be utilized for helping strengthen the blog and its community as a whole. Must register / have username. ** Reviews powered by JS-Kit comment form – accepts login via Facebook, Twitter, Google Profile, JS-Kit, FriendFeed, Yahoo, Blogger, HaloScan, or OpenID.

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First the PC. Second the Web. Third the Cloud. And Now.The Chain - Why Bitcoin is Not Just a Currency - It's a Platform!

Stay N' Alive

A group of developers in the Bitcoin community have proposed an addition to the Bitcoin protocol ( introduced by a pseudonomous developer named "Satoshi Nakamoto" in 2008 , but with precedence in other standards and technologies prior to that), which allows each Bitcoin transfer to contain a payload of text. What if you could transfer stock to another individual, without a stock broker or stock certificate? What if you could sell your home, without a real estate broker or deed?

The Week of Gov 2.0 – Longing for More

Social Media Strategery

Summit feeling excited about the prospects of OpenID and Government 2.0 , I was also left asking myself things like, “that’s great that OpenID is coming to the government, but now what? We have a blog, Twitter account, podcasts, and other social media already, but no one is using them – what’s the best way to build more community? Home About Me Speaking Legal-ese My Team Gov 2.0

eLearning 2.0 Technologies and Concepts: Start Pages as Environments for Self-Organized Learners

Buzz Marketing for Technology

I have been using Netvibes for more than a year now and similarly to the use case in the presentation I have tailored my start page to fulfill my needs in certain contexts (trips, translation tools, tech news, community and collaboration). I still need to work on linking to other social networks and to openID. skip to main | skip to sidebar. eLearning 2.0 Technologies and Concepts.

Live Blogging - OSS Camp Delhi 08-09 September 2007 @ Day 1

The Marketing Blog

Mir has also beautifully addressed on the community aspects of drupal and using Drupal as a CMS for websites. Today Noel, a renowned Drupaler rejoices when he meets fellow folks from the community. It is vital to keep the spirit of community events like OSS alive Reply Ravi Sagar September 17, 2007 at 4:40 am I got to know about DRUPAL through OSSCampDelhi. Home About In the Media Questions which make you think. Turned six months old & Freed.in September 8, 2007.5:29

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100 Personal Branding Tactics Using Social Media | chrisbrogan.com

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Track things like audience/community sentiment (positive/negative) if you want to map effort to results. Get a Wordpress.com account for its OpenID benefits. Use social networks respectfully to share the best of your content, in a community-appropriate setting. Community. Remember that community and marketplace are two different things. Make it easy for your community to reach you. Contribute to your community’s blogs and projects. community.

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3 Ways Facebook is Killing Your Website | Social Media Marketing.

Convince & Convert

I have actually heard this exact sentiment from several companies and agencies recently, wondering whether they should increase their Facebook efforts because the size of the member community is just so overwhelming. If your community is there, then you should be too, and the question is really rhetorical, isn’t it? As you said, this is rented space, so what happens when the community goes kaput and you can't export the data or users?

RIP 3 Ways Facebook is Killing Your Website

Convince & Convert

I have actually heard this exact sentiment from several companies and agencies recently, wondering whether they should increase their Facebook efforts because the size of the member community is just so overwhelming. If your community is there, then you should be too, and the question is really rhetorical, isn’t it? As you said, this is rented space, so what happens when the community goes kaput and you can't export the data or users?