The other day, a Disqus user and friendly developer created the Disqus2FF tool. The tool allows blogs using Disqus to synchronize comments between FriendFeed and Disqus. For the most part, it has been praised by many Disqus users as a way to consolidate some of the conversation fragmentation. ReadWriteWeb has a similar solution on their… Read More Is Comment Sync From FriendFeed Bad For The Conversation?
In the “Why Social Works” series, we have covered some of the main reasons why some of these sites are successful. So far, we have the ability to get news, the competition of voting, the ego, and some sites have solid features and have added social connections as a bonus. There are a few more… Read More Why Social Works Part IV: Final Notes and Future Directions
A few days ago, Chris Brogan started an interesting discussion. His post was about how social media changed the way people were talking and how big companies wanted big conversations like mass mailings: For the rest of the world, I believe that there will be some issues with how social media delivers. I think some… Read More Conversations Are the Future of Marketing
It is with great pleasure (and relief) to announce the launching of a new service, YackTrack.com. YackTrack is a “conversation tracker”, so you the content producer can find where the conversations about your post are occurring. As with any new website these days, it is still considered to be a beta, but we have eliminated… Read More YackTrack, Tracking Distributed Conversations