What is Netvibes?

Social Media Network Marketing

Netvibes is a the modern version of the "portals" of the dot-com era, but this time, they can be completely custom and individual to each user. But Netvibes offers far more than just simple RSS feeds, something which is already common to services known as blog aggregators. This is actually one of Netvibes more popular features, as it adds even more flexibility to a system that is already nearly completely customizable. Tags: Netvibes

Seven Key Categories of Social Media Marketing Tools

Webbiquity SMM

Among the most popular are Socialbakers , Netvibes , BrandWatch , Simply Measured , Mention , Sysomos , Brand24 , Alianzo , and Union Metrics.

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The 29 Best Social Media Monitoring Tools

Webbiquity SMM

2) Netvibes. Sample review: “Netvibes is a tool that even the biggest automation skeptics can get behind. Social media monitoring is vital for virtually every B2B or B2C brand. 58% of consumers follow brands on social media.

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Tips on How PR Pros Can Create Social Media Success


Therefore, it can be a good idea to use a blog aggregation tool such as Netvibes to create a dashboard of relevant content sources. Social Media Tips blog connected conversation delicious Mashable Netvibes news aggregation services PR pros social news backgrounder success

RSS Extensions for Browsers & Social Media Dashboards

Laurel Papworth

howto social media Workshop Notes Chrome extension Facebook feedly Firefox addon Internet Explorer monitoring netvibes panels rss Safari Twitter RSS Extensions to Omnibox/URL box for Browsers (for my students). This is what you want in your browser right?

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Google Reader Alternatives: 3 Web Based RSS Readers to Manage Your Subscriptions


Netvibes. Netvibes allows you to subscribe to RSS feeds and view them in a Reader (list) or Widgets view. Netvibes will import your feeds as you have them organized from Google Reader folders to Netvibes tabs. The one thing missing from Netvibes?

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Free Social Media Tools We Love: Nuzzel

agora pulse

Maybe you’re fancy and combine feeds from multiple sites in a newsreader like Feedly or Netvibes. If you ask any social media manager what they love about their job, they’re not going to respond with “Content curation. Hands down!” ” I’ll tell you why.

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Smart PR People are Using SmartTags

Proactive Report

try something like the new NetVibes for business dashboard. And you can SmartTag from anywhere on the Web with a bookmarklet and from any mobile device using Netvibes Mobile. Have you heard of Smart Tags?

Twittorati Features Tweets Everyone Already Knows About


And if I didn’t, I would set up Google Reader or a NetVibes page with Twitter and blog RSS feeds from only the top bloggers that interest me.

Social Media Monitoring Bookmarks and RSS

Laurel Papworth

It also allows you to build a dashboard in Netvibes, Bufferapp, Sprout Social, Hootsuite, Feedly and other social media dashboards both in a browser and a news reader on your iPhone/Android smart device.

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List of 3rd Party Social Media Tools #Blab #socialmedia

Laurel Papworth

Netvibes for other people’s channels e.g

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The Gamification of News

Social Media Marketing

While you're already to get customized news categories via RSS readers, custom modules on sites like Netvibes or Google's own iGoogle home page, Google's news badge system could usher in the era of truly customized news stories for readers everywhere.

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11 Google Reader Alternatives to Consider


Netvibes. July 1st is just about here, so if you haven’t already, now is the time to choose your alternative RSS reader of choice to replace Google Reader. Since I last wrote about Google Reader alternatives, more services have sprung up to fill the voie.

Reorganizing My Personal Learning Environment

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Moved Back to Netvibes One day several months ago, Netvibes annoyed me and I switched to Feedraider. I have no idea why, really, since Netvibes is so much better for what Im trying to do. Created a Dashboard for Myself One of the tabs I created for myself in Netvibes is called My Work. A quick bookmarks module --One of the netvibes modules you can drag and drop into your page is a Bookmarks Module. The Bamboo Project Blog. « Whos In Charge of Learning?

Social Media ROI

Proactive Report

Start with Google alerts and a NetVibes dashboard or Social Mention, for goodness sake). “Many companies have yet to capitalize on social media’s ability to not only listen to customers, but analyze conversations and turn the information into bottom-line benefit.&#.

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iGoogle Finished – what’s your favourite RSS Dashboard social media monitoring?

Laurel Papworth

I was thinking Netvibes but wondered if you have another option? I teach classes on social media monitoring – computer classes – and the students set up iGoogle to find and monitor Media, blogs, Twitter, Facebook, images, key influencers, keywords, CEO and brand mentions and so on.

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PR needs to Focus on Conversations

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Submit this to Netvibes. It’s no secret that the number of publications has declined over the last few years. The impact of that can be felt in B2C as well as B2B Marketing.

31+ of the Coolest Social Media, Search and Web Tools of 2010

Webbiquity SMM

Josh Rose reviews six “news aggregators (including Popurls , Netvibes and Alltop ) that…are moving beyond the simple RSS reader. Looking for an easy way to create a cool graphical email signature with trackable interactive buttons?

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

Buzz Marketing for Technology

The prototypes of such environment are built in the Start pages Netvibes and Pageflakes. multichannel environment Netvibes Pageflakes. 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). skip to main | skip to sidebar. eLearning 2.0 Technologies and Concepts.

Don’t be a Pest with “This Social Media Stuff”

Janet Fouts

Set up a social listening dashboard, maybe Netvibes so they can quickly scan for important news to share with their networks. I spoke recently to a group of PR and marketing professionals about how to use social media in their work.

I’ve Got a Job for You

Janet Fouts

I checked on a client’s Netvibes site once to find that it was chock-full of bookmarks and ads presumably for the Russian contractor who set up the accounts for them. The holiday season is upon us, and the days following December 25 tends to be slow for most people.

Listening Tools

Proactive Report

Another tool you can use to make a great dashboard is NetVibes. We know by now that we have to listen before we jump into social media. But the question I often get asked is how?

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Social Media Tips from Professor Jonathan Taplin

Proactive Report

I’d recommend that you get some social media training – learn to do it with free tools like Social Mention, RSS feeds and a NetVibes dashboard so you really understand the process. During Social Media Week in LA USC held an interesting one day seminar focused mainly on geo location services.

50 of the Most Dependable Web Resources for University Students | Educhoices.org

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Netvibes - This alternative to traditional web portals is perfect for students who want to get all of the information they search for on a daily basis on one web page. Knowing where to turn for facts, handy web apps and other types of resources can make student life a lot easier.

Five Productivity Tools for PR Pros

Waxing UnLyrical

Netvibes also lets you do that; ironically, both these were tools I suggested to my students at Hopkins to get them started at creating an easy online listening post.

PR Measurement – What to Measure

Proactive Report

Another dashboard I recommend is NetVibes – their dashboard can include Google Analytics, along with other metrics and alerts that help you monitor and manage your content. Yesterday I was the guest on the #measurepr Twitter chat.

12 Filtering Tips for Better Information in Half the Time

Buzz Marketing for Technology

I think netvibes is worthy of the list - [link]. “Netvibes: - Helps you manage your digital life and share it with your friends. together on your own personal Netvibes page. The Blog of Tim Ferriss - Experiments in Lifestyle Design. #1 1 New York Times Bestseller. #1

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What is Digital PR?

Proactive Report

NetVibes Dashboard. Digital PR and Social Media are often thought of as the same thing. Just as media relations is a big part of PR, it is not the entirety of the discipline and so too with social media and Digital PR. PR offline or on is about building awareness, credibility and goodwill.

The Bamboo Project Blog: Seven Strategies for Supporting Personal Learning Environments at Work

Buzz Marketing for Technology

You may love Google Reader, but I still want my Netvibes--and Ill fight you to the death for it. I think about how Ive written here about Netvibes, but then when Alex Miller did her screencast, people really GOT IT. The Bamboo Project Blog. « 31 Days to a Better Blog--Day 15: Stickify Your Blog | Main. | 31 Days to a Better Blog--Days 16 & 17: Heatmaps and Stumble Ads » Seven Strategies for Supporting Personal Learning Environments at Work.

6 Ways to Filter Your RSS Feeds - ReadWriteWeb

Buzz Marketing for Technology

I use netvibes personally. The traditional email-like interface (like Google Reader, Bloglines, etc do) and the boxes interface (like Netvibes, etc do) are simply not right for RSS. ReadWriteWeb. RWW Network. ReadWriteWeb. ReadWriteTalk. Last100. AltSearchEngines. About. Subscribe. Contact. Advertise. RWW Daily by Email. RWW Weekly Wrap-up. Web Apps. Trends. Google. Microsoft. Facebook. Archives. Jobs. 6 Ways to Filter Your RSS Feeds.

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28 Resources from My Internet Marketing Toolbox

Viper Chill

As a side-note, at the start of the year I wrote about how I use Netvibes for pretty much everything. I had similar problems with Netvibes, and have gone back to Google Reader for my feeds. You prefer google reader over netvibes? Home What the F ? Cloud Living Say "Hi!"

Blogs et Wikis en formation

Buzz Marketing for Technology

exemples Netvibes, Pageflake, eLLG (open Source) : Cours sur lâ??ethnographie offre elearning de Culture et Formation sur Netvibes [link]. Slideshare.net (beta). Browse. My Slidespace. Upload. Community. Widgets. Latest. |. Most Viewed. |. Most Embedded. |. Featured. |. Most Favorited. |. Most Downloaded. |. Slidecasts. Uploading. Post to Twitter. Post: Blogs et Wikis en formation. From: idremeau , 4 months ago.

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What is Digital PR?

Proactive Report

NetVibes Dashboard. Digital PR and Social Media are often thought of as the same thing. Just as media relations is a big part of PR, it is not the entirety of the discipline and so too with social media and Digital PR. PR offline or on is about building awareness, credibility and goodwill.

4 Easy Ways of Subscribing to Feeds in Google Reader

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Netvibes. Google Tutor. Your how-to guide for Google with Google tutorials, tips for using Google and advice. 4 Easy Ways of Subscribing to Feeds in Google Reader. Written by: J. Phil on Thursday, June 26th, 2008 Posted to: RSS/Atom , Reader One comment, add yours! Google Reader is a very popular online tool for reading RSS feeds. As a result, the number of ways to get a new feed in to Google Reader has multiplied.

How Targeting Influencers Can Sky Rocket Your Blog


After Google Reader closed, I started using Feedly but recently switched to Netvibes in favour of their iGoogle style RSS reader – either are solid RSS readers that will help you keep on top of things. .

How friendfeed Can Teach You About Your Friends

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Opinion , Social Media > How FriendFeed Can Teach You About Your Friends How FriendFeed Can Teach You About Your Friends by Tamar Weinberg on April 10, 2008 Share FriendFeed has been out for just a few months and has already established itself as a solid startup with an indefinite amount of potential. 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. Currently, FriendFeed supports the following social networks and tools: FriendFeed aggregates social news sites (Digg, Google Reader Shared Items, Mixx, and Reddit), social bookmarking sites (del.icio.us, Furl, Google Shared stuff, Ma.gnolia, and StumbleUpon), status updates (Gmail/Google Talk, Jaiku, Pownce, and Twitter), video (Seesmic, Vimeo, and YouTube), photos (from Flickr, Picasa, SmugMug, and Zoomr), music (from iLike, Last.fm, and Pandora), books (GoodReads and LibraryThing), other miscellaneous web services (Amazon Wishlists, Disqus, LinkedIn, your Netflix Queue, Netvibes, SlideShare, Upcoming events, and Yelp), and finally, your own blog or Tumblr. For your blog, any URL will do, and if you are writing for a blog with multiple authors, FriendFeed parses through the authors and only features blog posts written by you. FriendFeed: The Service and What it Offers Just a few days ago, Allen Stern wrote about how TweetStats allows you to spy on your friends. That is, of course, if your friends are using Twitter. FriendFeed takes this idea and goes a step further. Since FriendFeed aggregates numerous social networks, it can give you a lot more information about its users, especially with regards to how and when they engage with online content. In social media spheres, it’s almost unavoidable to not engage online with content in some way. You may have stumbled upon a site a few hours ago, and now you’re actively Tweeting. Or you could be busy at work and avoiding social media altogether. By looking at someone’s FriendFeed page , you can learn numerous things about the user: What interests them : What are they thumbing up right now? What content are they sharing? You can easily determine if your friends are interested in marketing, photography, books, music, web 2.0 startups, and more with FriendFeed. Take a look at my own page. What can you learn about me? Their schedules : Are your friends voting up a story on Mixx at 4 in the morning? Perhaps they’re insomniacs. You never know until you check out their feed. (Not all blog posts are published immediately after they’re written, but FriendFeed really does set the record straight in terms of the when of user engagement.) Their commitment to social media : Are they dabblers in social media or serious aficionados? Are they addicts or do they have to get into the mood before they participate? Chances are if they’re already using FriendFeed and have begun broadcasting events from numerous social networks, they are early adopters and are more savvy than the average social media user. By studying their feed, you can learn a lot more about how important social media is to them. FriendFeed isn’t just an aggregator, though. It’s also a conversation medium. Beyond learning about your users, FriendFeed allows users to comment on content within the site itself. You can “like&# certain discoveries of your friends and even engage in a discussion. As an example, let’s take a look at Robert Scoble’s FriendFeed (click the image for a larger view): In this screenshot, Robert utilized both Google Reader and Twitter, and the comments spread to his feed where an ongoing discussion ensued. It’s a great system … in theory. FriendFeed: The Catch That brings me to the biggest downside of FriendFeed. At this time, unless you’re manually filtering out content or unsubscribing from friends whose content may not be relevant to your interests, there’s just a whole lot of information to read. You can subscribe to your friends’ feeds, but you’ll easily drown in the frequency of updates. Personally, I’m seeking out people who are interested in marketing and social media. It’s a tough decision to have to unsubscribe from individuals who are not providing me with such content (primarily because of the excess, moreso than anything else). I’d love to befriend everyone or even specify groups of friends to which I’d subscribe so that I can get updates delivered to my RSS reader (versus other updates that I would check on a more infrequent basis), though for the time being, the team has not worked that out. The best solution I have for myself is my personal Bloglines subscription to only a core group of people, but with a limitation of 200 stories maximum in queue, that fills up rather quickly. Imagine receiving over 500 updates a day and not checking your feed reader (or your FriendFeed) in 2 days. Sometimes I’m unable to follow and I feel lost. As it seems, I’m not alone. Conclusion Overall, however, FriendFeed offers something other social networks do not: aggregation of the finest social media sites (with the exception of one of my favorite sites that I emailed the team about several weeks ago: Sphinn ). However, I imagine that integration with other social networks is in the pipeline. In the meantime, there’s a lot to learn about your friends from FriendFeed (and even your friends’ friends), and it’s something that everyone should consider using, if only to keep yourself abreast of news through your friends by discovering what they find interesting. Regardless of the concern over the sheer abundance of updates on the site, the idea of FriendFeed to combine all of your online activity in one centralized location is the right one. Tagged as: amazon wishlists , delicious , digg , disqus , flickr , friendfeed , furl , goodreads , google reader , ilike , jaiku , last.fm , librarything , linkedin , mixx , netflix , netvibes , pandora , picasa , pownce , reddit , seesmic , slideshare , smugmug , social media , social networks , sphinn , stumbleupon , tumblr , twitter , upcoming , vimeo , yelp , youtube , zoomr { 8 trackbacks } links for 2008-04-12 | Social Media Explorer April 12, 2008 at 2:34 am Twitter and FriendFeed: Information Overload - Regular Geek April 17, 2008 at 5:13 am Don’t Be Fooled By April’s Links - This Month In SEO 4/08 | TheVanBlog | Van SEO Design April 30, 2008 at 6:57 pm How Spying On Your Friends Causes Reevaluation of Endorsed Content  techipedia | tamar weinberg May 1, 2008 at 8:17 am Top 10 Stars of the Week, May 5 | Scott Fillmer | Freelance May 5, 2008 at 10:31 am Friend Feeds Underappreciated Value  The Comment Nexus | Broadcasting Brain May 19, 2008 at 5:01 am To Tweet or to Friendfeed May 26, 2008 at 5:02 pm Top 10 Stars of the Week, May 5 | Auburn Images Photography by Scott Fillmer September 1, 2008 at 12:05 pm { 18 comments… read them below or add one } engtech April 10, 2008 at 8:35 am (this is rapidly turning into its own blogpost) If you read Twitter somewhere else, click Hide under a Twitter link and choose Hide Service. Twitter accounts for 50% of the traffic in your Friend Stream, and it becomes much more manageable without it. I manage Friend Feed information overload with the help of several scripts in Firefox: Remove visited links: If I’ve visited a site before, it’ll get hidden in Friend Feed. This way if I go to digg/reddit/SU before Friend Feed, I don’t see duplicates. [link] Show the domain: You can’t underestimate HOW something as simple as showing the domain name beside a link makes it easier to scroll through the information. [link] Filter By Service: Puts handy links for filtering by each service in the sidebar. [link] Persistent Searches: Save searches so you can revisit them. Here’s a secret, it’s a great tool for tracking your favorite users too. [link] Pagerization Infinite scroll! [link] ok, I’m probably going to be flagged as spam now. I’ll write a post about it Reply Tamar Weinberg April 10, 2008 at 8:39 am haha, thanks Engtech. You didn’t get flagged as spam, but your links are uber long. Surprisingly, for me (at least), a big chunk of the traffic on my FriendFeed stream is not from Twitter. I actually think the links are coming from Digg and StumbleUpon. Reply Wil Reynolds April 10, 2008 at 8:44 am Hey Tamar, thanks for sharing I have mine up now, works smooth and easy, only took 5 minutes. Reply Alex Hammer April 10, 2008 at 11:05 am This is a very strong post. Very informative! Reply Matt McGee April 10, 2008 at 11:17 am I’m loving FriendFeed these days, but they need to let me delete ‘recommended’ friends without them becoming my friends. I’m not interested in the people they’re recommending and want to see other recommendations. Reply bhc3 April 10, 2008 at 11:26 am Tamar – you’re right about the pro’s and cons of FriendFeed. Loads of info, how do you filter? I use FriendFeed to track information on specific topics in which I’m interested. And I do get an RSS feed from FriendFeed for content matching my search criteria. In fact, I argue that FriendFeed will eventually end up as one of the best research and discovery sites out there. Google, Wikipedia and FriendFeed. Each valuable, providing different types of information. More info on RSS and using FriendFeed for research here: [link] Reply BarbaraKB April 10, 2008 at 11:35 am Helpful, as always, Tamar. Comments there @ FriendFeed is what’s *most* intriguing to me. A replacement for some commentary @ Twitter, perhaps? We shall see… Reply Steaprok April 10, 2008 at 1:14 pm Great Post. I love FF. What I do to filter ALL of the info, is subscribe to specifc FF feeds via Google Reader. Then , whatever comes through the reader that sparks my interest as I scan , I share. I have my Google reader shared URL, set up as a Yahoo Alert. Which gets emailed to a filtered email address and lands right into my Social Media Archive Database Folder(Label) within Gmail. Which is search able, etc. Seems like a lot of set up work, but worth it , I think! =) I picked this method from from Steve Rubel. [link] Reply Alphast April 11, 2008 at 4:25 am Hi Tamar, But isn’t FriendFeed exactly the same service that Plaxo Pulse was offering until now? OK, Plaxo is more business oriented than “friend&# , but still… Reply Aruni April 16, 2008 at 3:53 pm I haven’t had a chance to check out Friend Feed and this is a great intro post to it. As you said, it is so hard to keep up with everything and everyone especially if you are also trying to build a business. Reply Technology Hacker April 18, 2008 at 1:47 am Friendfeed will be my new love now. Reply Marc April 21, 2008 at 1:28 am i am loving friendfeed. following the movements of friends online is great. and seeing my own movements mapped out in a time line is useful, and i believe those friendfeed pages are getting indexed, which is useful for another reason. i am also having fun with me.dium which i think is like twitter and stumbleupon in one Reply Tin Pig April 21, 2008 at 1:01 pm I tried FriendFeed briefly and had a similar conclusion – simply too much information to consume. It’s an interesting phenomenon we’re seeing right now – so many social media sites making it easier to connect with people and at the same time creating an overloaded, and fragmented, information stream that is harder and harder to digest. Reply marble April 22, 2008 at 10:34 pm I tried FriendFeed briefly and had a similar conclusion – simply too much information to consume. Its an interesting Reply Runescape Powerleveling April 26, 2008 at 10:13 pm interesting phenomenon Reply Scott Fillmer May 1, 2008 at 2:43 pm Just found your application, can’t wait to get in and see how it works. Reply J.W. May 22, 2008 at 11:27 am Hello Tamar, My name is J.W. and I am new at designing websites for others. The hardknocks way through trial & error. There is a lot I have to learn. However, because I am presently designing websites for other businesses now is there a free tutorial program you would suggest I could go to. I have to move quicker or I will lose business. Specially, dealing with starting a cart and posting items buy using PayPal. Any way if you have any advice it would be well appreciated. Here is a look at what I am doing at this site: [link] Tell me what you think. If you don’t mind. Thanks, J.W. – Help!!! Reply veronicaromm July 18, 2008 at 4:12 pm I just came onto friendfeed and the first thing i thought was that I was spying. And that others could see my stuff. But I guess that I got over it because I am pretty cool with my the content and reviews and so on. Thanks for giving me a better explanation of the benefits. Veronicaromm Reply Cancel reply Leave a Comment Be sure to wrap all code in <code></code> tags. 12484 SUBSCRIBERS FOLLOWERS Lijit Search Read more about The New Community Rules Get Techipedia on your iPhone or iPod touch! As Seen In… Social Media Backtype Brightkite Business Exchange DailyBooth del.icio.us Digg Diigo Disqus Dopplr Facebook Fetch Flickr FriendFeed gdgt Google Reader Identi.ca Kirtsy Likaholix LinkedIn Mahalo Mento Mixx MyBlogLog MySpace Plurk Pownce Propeller Reddit SEOmoz Sphinn StumbleUpon Technorati Toluu Twitter Wikipedia Yahoo! Answers Yahoo! Buzz YouTube Tamar Weinberg is a social media enthusiast with a passion for all things tech and productivity. She provides consulting in internet marketing and manages Community Support & Advertising at Mashable. Tamar is also the author of The New Community Rules (July 2009). 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Turning off the ViperChill RSS Feed: What You HAVE to Tell Your Blog Readers

Viper Chill

Netvibes – they’ve been around for as long as I can remember, so it should give you some hope they’ll be sticking around.

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5 Excellent Productivity Tips For Google Reader

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Netvibes. Google Tutor. Your how-to guide for Google with Google tutorials, tips for using Google and advice. 5 Excellent Productivity Tips For Google Reader. Written by: Abhijeet Mukherjee on Wednesday, June 18th, 2008 Posted to: Reader 6 comments, add yours! There are no doubts about the fact that Google Reader is the best browser based RSS reader available. It has some excellent features and helps you to easily deal with a large number of RSS feeds.

78 (of the) Best Social Media Marketing Tips, Guides, Tools and Strategies of 2010 (So Far)

Webbiquity SMM

Sarah Hartshorn details her favorite aggregation tools — like Hootsuite , Netvibes and Flock — for more efficiently monitoring and managing an organization’s social media presence and activities. With the amount of helpful content about social media marketing growing faster than Facebook’s user base or Lindsay Lohan’s court appearances, it’s tough to keep up.

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What is Digital PR?

Proactive Report

NetVibes Dashboard. Digital PR and Social Media are often thought of as the same thing. Just as media relations is a big part of PR, it is not the entirety of the discipline and so too with social media and Digital PR. PR offline or on is about building awareness, credibility and goodwill.