+1: Google’s version of Facebook ‘likes’

There can be little argument that Facebook is the global leader when it comes to owning the social graph of online interpersonal connections.  It’s also no secret that Bing now uses Facebook ‘like’ data as a ranking factor for search results.  However Google has had some disputes with Facebook, and for one reason or another…

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How to find things online without searching (Part 2 of 5)

Following on from part 1 in this mini series, part 2 focuses on how ‘liking’, ‘tweeting’, ‘stumbleupon’ and other social voting mechanisms makes it easy for people to find fresh, personalized, relevant content without having to type a single search word. Tweet Do your customers ‘like’ your content? When I posted part 1 of this…

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Google Sidewiki

Google recently announced an interesting new addition to the Google Toolbar, the Google Sidewiki.  The Sidewiki allows you to comment on websites you are viewing, and read comments from other users. . . You must install the Google toolbar to use the Sidewiki, which may alienate some people, although at the same time potentially provide…

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