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Holiday 2.0…

If you haven't guessed, we are doing a community / web 2.0 themed month. Not because we are trying to ride the gravy train of increased press about online communities, but because you truly have something to benefit from these new features during the holidays. Below is a list of ideas that any person could use to make their holiday season easier and more connected: Can't remember who wants what? -Set up a wiki at PBWiki to collaborate with family…
November 29, 2007
DevelopmentMarketing

Social Status 2.0

Connecting to your friends and family is becoming more and more virtual everyday. If you are not one of the many hundreds of millions of people racing to position themselves as the next big thing online then you may be missing out. How many people visited your blog last month? How many friends do you have in MySpace? How many videos have you posted to YouTube? Is your information in Facebook? What is your rank and level in World of…
November 28, 2007
Marketing

Switch to Ninthlink!

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November 27, 2007
Marketing

Ninthlink realizes the Importance of Community and a Web 2.0 future

Community’s importance can be summed up in one word: loyalty. A vibrant community is a loyal participant on your site. They will evangelize your site; they will offer information on how to improve the site and its usability; they will help you run the site – because it means something to them. Many sites are starting to develop communities, because it means that you have a reliable guarantee of traffic and long term brand relationships. Pre Web 2.0 websites’ traffic…
November 26, 2007