Archive for May, 2013
Tuesday, May 28th, 2013
While the network did pass the 1 billion monthly active user threshold globally in 2012, Facebook also lost 1.4 million U.S. monthly active users late last year, a small but symbolic decline. Nor was it the only network experiencing a slowdown.
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International Social Media
Monday, May 27th, 2013
Social media has been a boon for businesses small and large, but it’s also becoming a minefield for those unable to manage the increasing complexities of the run-and-gun nature of the beast. O
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9 Social Media Mistakes to Avoid
Friday, May 24th, 2013
Digg is aiming to release a beta version of its RSS reader some time in June, ahead of the July 1 closing of Google Reader, but it may not be free.
After Google announced it would be shutting down its RSS reader back in March, Digg promised users it would build a new platform that could replace Google Reader. Digg has been working on the new service as its top priority, and this week it announced more details about what may be included in the reader. Digg also alluded to the fact that it will probably charge for its reader.
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Digg RSS Reader May Not Be Free
Thursday, May 23rd, 2013
MailChimp can be used to setup email campaign and send a regular email newsletter to all the email address in a list. Most common use case is creating campaigns based on RSS blog wordpress or some other tool. Here are the steps to setup Rss driven email campaign once you have created a MailChimp email list:
How to Setup Mail Chimp
Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013
Feed Wranglers smart streams feature lets you group your favorite feeds into a single stream so that you can easily check them. And its support for filters lets you clear unwanted items from your feeds by automatically marking articles that match a certain keyword as read.