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This is a little experiment to see which of these Technorati terms are currently being used by content aggregators and niche content sites that could be looked on as legitimate, or could be looked on as the scum of the earth, depending on your view-point.
Have you noticed my pages loading extremely slowly over the last few days? I am not talking about my sidebars, which appear after my content, but my articles which always load first, and usually quite fast.
These are some highlights (in my opinion) of some of the content I have created over the last month. If I have missed anything out which you enjoyed or gained some value from, please let others know in the comments.
I am sure such an application is just around the corner, and as I speculated about it in a comment thread over on Andy Beal’s Marketing Pilgrim, I just wanted to have a record of “I called it first”
If an affiliate created a blog and fed a datafeed to that blog, a large proportion of the blogosphere would regard that blog as a splog, especially if it was on blogspot.
How many people are using Twitter for more than saying what they just ate or where friends can meet them? Lots of people are certainly using Twitter to express their ideas, and often link to blog posts that are related to their business, or opinion.
Twitter is thus being used for WOMM (Word of Mouth Marketing), and should be subject to the same ethics rules and recommendations as blogging. (note: I am not a lawyer)