6 Ways to Filter Your RSS Feeds - ReadWriteWeb

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6 Ways to Filter Your RSS Feeds. Information overload is a real problem for many web users, and one way to cope with it is to filter your RSS feeds so you only see what you want to see. There are many ways to filter news feeds from your favorite sources, including passively by relying on meme trackers like Techmeme or social news services such as Google Readers shared items. Feed Rinse is a best of class RSS filtering application. Products , RSS & Feed Management.

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You can connect with him on Twitter @Conversionation Alterian has launched a series of white papers earlier this year under the name ‘social Media ROI’. Create clouds of theme words, which will help you identify the most commonly used words. These words are their content tag words.

Using Social Media Monitoring to Improve Your Search Engine.

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You can connect with him on Twitter @Conversionation Alterian has launched a series of white papers earlier this year under the name ‘social Media ROI’. Create clouds of theme words, which will help you identify the most commonly used words. These words are their content tag words.

Using Social Media Monitoring to Improve Your Search Engine.

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You can connect with him on Twitter @Conversionation Alterian has launched a series of white papers earlier this year under the name ‘social Media ROI’. Create clouds of theme words, which will help you identify the most commonly used words. These words are their content tag words.

12 Cloud-Based Tools to Stay Productive | Justin Levy

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Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking 12 Cloud-Based Tools to Stay Productive Written on July 23, 2010 by Justin Levy in communications , organization , productivity , technology 2 Comments - Leave a comment!

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Top 10 Ways to Use del.icio.us - lifehack.org

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It also adds a “Tag this&# button to the top of your browser, which allows you to bookmark websites while you’re browsing the Web. To view bookmarks tagged with a specific keyword, type in: [link]. To view bookmarks tagged with two or more keywords, type in: [link].

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Filed under: mba — Tags: friendfeed , social media — Hutch Carpenter @ 10:18 pm. I like to keep my feed list larger and I filter by exclusion. I’ve noticed there’s no “best of&# option in rooms, just in the general friends feed. My Twitter.

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70+ Resources on How to Start a WordPress Blog

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Reading – This includes what your homepage will display (posts or a static page), how many blog posts to show on your homepage and in your RSS feed, and what will be displayed in the RSS feed (full posts or a summary – I always go with full).

Guiding Principles for Blogging it big and good

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Add items that make it easy for people to find older content on your blog: search, tag cloud, recent posts, popular posts, etc. Include some fun stuff in the sidebar, too (Flickr photos, twitter posts, etc.) Don’t forget to also pay attention to your RSS feeds for those people seeing your content in RSS readers. Do not use your blogging tool’s default RSS feeds as your primary blog feeds.

Guiding Principles for Blogging it big and good

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Add items that make it easy for people to find older content on your blog: search, tag cloud, recent posts, popular posts, etc. Include some fun stuff in the sidebar, too (Flickr photos, twitter posts, etc.) Don’t forget to also pay attention to your RSS feeds for those people seeing your content in RSS readers. Do not use your blogging tool’s default RSS feeds as your primary blog feeds.