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Blogs, Portals, Social sites and Tagging

Posted by erich13 on December 24, 2007

Blogs» 360.yahoo.com, Bloglines, blogsome, Blogger, flickr, jaiku, LiveJournal, MySpace, Opera, Performancing, twitter, Vox, WebRing, Windows.Live.Spaces, WordPress
Portals» iGoogle, compete, aim, AOL, ATT.Yahoo!, facebook, @hp, ITRC, My.MSN, MyWay’s.MyPage, Netvibes, Windows.Live (live club search), Yahoo!.360
Social» aim, amazon, askville, bebo, bordee,
citizendium, clipmarks, cluztr, dapper, del.icio.us, deviantart, digg, drupal, ex.plode.us, facebook, flickr, frappr, Google.Groups, jaiku, last.fm, linkedin, me.dium, minggl, mozilla.wiki, orkut, photobucket, profil.es, sharenow (f.k.a izimi) stumbleupon, stylehive, technorati, twitter, upcoming, wakoopa, webshots, weeworld, Wikipedia, wikispaces, youtube, zorpia
Tagging» del.icio.us, flickr, MyStickies, stumbleupon, tags», twittersearch
my del.icio.us» [ alpha cloud frequency list minpost1 minpost2 minpost5 ]
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2 Responses to “Blogs, Portals, Social sites and Tagging”

  1. hoto08 said

    here is another – http://www.vertabase.com/blog/ — since im still working here is an interesting case history from a project management SaaS based software company that helps marketing firms stay organized.

    Enjoy the holidays

  2. howardtoronto said

    Here is more information on Vertabase to complete my original thought. http://www.vertabase.com/blog/project-management-software-for-marketing-companies-and-ad-agencies/ .

    I actually manage some of these large Web2.0 projects. They are very creative endeavors but really require a strong project management backbone to keep them together.

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