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  1. SEO Strategies for JavaScript-Heavy Single Page Applications or AJAX Sites

    And implementing pushState to fix the URL problem for JavaScript-enabled users or clients, which enables sharing and bookmarking and generates a single URL for all users. Next to AJAX, a web technology well established to trigger the load of...

  2. Social Media Madness - The Final Four

    Delicious is a social bookmarking Web site. Digg is a social bookmarking site. Hi5 claims to be number one in the Spanish speaking community. NCAA March Madness is in full swing, and so is Social Media Madness!

  3. Social Media Madness -- The Sweet 16, Part 2

    Digg is a social bookmarking site. Hi5 claims to be number one in the Spanish speaking community. With NCAA March Madness on the horizon, I felt it only appropriate to put together a Social Media Madness bracket in the hopes of answering: Who is...

  4. Vote for Your Favorite Promotion Ideas

    I mean, I've got to open my blog posting tool, I've got to open my social bookmarking account. Burnt Marshmallows -- a camping enthusiast Ning community. PickensPlan -- a community that discusses T. AdGabber -- a community that discusses a wide...

  5. Social Media Marketing 101, Part 1

    Social bookmarking: Sites like Delicious, Faves, StumbleUpon, BlogMarks and Diigo allow you to find and bookmark sites and information of interest. Social media essentially is a category of online media where people are talking, participating...

  6. SearchDay | Economic Depression 2.0

    I have perform following tasks for this directory submission-2700 link exchange-100 social bookmarking and networking in 35 websites(including digg, SU, facebook,redit) forum posting-250 posting in 25 .

  7. Could Social Media Be the Google Killer?

    They're starting to develop trust groups with social bookmarking tools and other community or social networks. If social media has the traffic, then advertisers will follow. The ongoing growth of social media may indicate that we should look beyond...