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  • Blogging 101: Which Blogging Software Do I Choose?

    We all know that blogs and blogging are a shockingly effective means of sharing your most ingenious thoughts and building or participating in online communities. Right. You got that message a while back.

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  • Better Than Chocolate: Secret of Blogging Revealed

    The BlogHer mission is to create opportunities for women who blog to pursue exposure, education, community and economic empowerment and women are lining up at the virtual door, eager to participate in Web 2.0 applications. Recently, the results of the BlogHer/Compass Partners 2008 Social Media Benchmark Study were revealed and

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  • Go Web 2.0 with Open Source and Pligg

    It’s getting the point that if you aren’t using some form of Web 2.0 in your online endeavors that you are behind the game by about a year. Web 2.0, and particularly the social aspects of it, is the fastest growing web setup around.

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  • Compendium's View of Blogging in 2008

    Compendium Blogware is a Software as a Service, organization-oriented blogging platform. This means that it concentrates on SEO, customer relationships and sales conversion, and incorporates administration features like editorial controls, restricting employees from posting anything they shouldn't.

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  • Blogs Make Trips Easier for Business Travelers

    Chances are if you are a business traveler, you've endured your fair share of airport delays, bad airline food and less than stellar customer service. The culmination of these experiences has expanded, like anything these days, into mediums supported by Web 2.0, blogs, specifically. According to Forrester Research, in the

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  • Results: Most Popular CMS in Technorati's Top 100

    It was a gray winter morning in CMSland and here's how we decided to spend it: we packed down a block of fresh soda bread and headed over to Chez Technorati to have a gander at their 100 most linked-to (popular) blogs.

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  • Hinchcliffe's Enterprise 2.0 Predictions 2008

    Nobody should be surprised that with the beginning of a new year comes a whole lotta predictions about how 2008 will role out in the big wide world of the Internet. These ones are all about Enterprise 2.0 and are from Dion Hinchcliffe, the guy with the really nice Enterprise 2.0 graphics. Here's an

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  • Credibility and Integrity in the World of Web 2.0

    The list of new challenges that are presented by Web 2.0 initiatives is quite extensive. One of the most critical challenges, though, is credibility. In the absence of credibility, and/or integrity, your content becomes worthless. Web 2.0 empowers us to leverage the collective intellect.

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  • Six Lessons for Succeeding in Enterprise 2.0

    The mandate has come down from on high that your organization needs some Web 2.0 tools. However, since you are tasked with implementing Web 2.0 technologies internally, what we are really talking about is Enterprise 2.0. So you figure you will just throw up a wiki or setup a

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  • Jadu Brings Blogging to Jadu 1.7 CMS

    UK-based Jadu is positioning its latest release, Jadu Blogs for Jadu 1.7 CMS, as something, if not bigger than blog platforms like WordPress and Movable Type, then in a league all its own. A league we foolishly didn't even consider. A league in which blogging is a reason,

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  • 40 Percent of EU Printed News Will Be User-Generated in Near Future

    For "legit" print journalists, the day of reckoning may be approaching more quickly than any of us would like. A survey by web CMS vendor Polopoly reports that, according to European newspaper execs, 40 percent of published content will be user generated. In the next three years. Because of this,

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  • TeamPage 3.8 Weds Blogs to Wikis and Other Dubious Enterprise Stuff

    Today Traction Software released TeamPage 3.8, an enterprise blog and wiki solution. To give you a sense of what you can expect from the offering, founder Greg Lloyd illuminated its muse. "[Our customers] challenged us to further improve ease of use, scalability, management and the real need for Enterprise 2.0 collaboration 'at the

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  • Day Follows Fatwire Down the Web 2.0 Path

    Enterprise Web content management developer Day Software has launched Communiqué Advanced Collaboration (CQ AC), a Web 2.0 collaboration tool aimed at managing social media. The new collaboration technology integrates with the company's existing Communiqué Web CMS, and incorporates a host of nifty features run off an impressive-sounding Java driven,

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  • PaperThin Brings CommonSpot 5.0 Into the Fold

    PaperThin has announced the release of CommonSpot Version 5.0, the latest upgrade to the company’s flagship Web CMS. The release introduces a new authoring interface that includes RSS feeds, blogs, wikis, XML publishing and rendering capabilities. Somebody at PaperThin must have gotten the memo that simpler is better.

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