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Quick Hits — November 29, 2006

2008 Candidates Search Web for Next New Thing. Writing in The Hill, Jonathan E. Kaplan gives a solid overview of social networking, YouTube and other new political tools. One nice twist — measuring and rewarding supporters’ online zeal. A tip from my NET colleague John Anthony (never...

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Quick Hits — November 20, 2006

Catching-up-with-the-blogs edition. Credit Where Due To The Netroots. National Journal’s Beltway Blogroll reports on Republican campaign folks giving props to lefty bloggers for Webb’s victory in Virginia and for adding to the “national anti-Republican mood.” Eric...

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Quick Hits — November 19, 2006

Think piece edition! The New World, the Rise of the New Culture of Participation. Futurist Jamais Cascio examines the potential of social media and other open source and participatory technologies to leverage the collective intelligence of the internet — and perhaps transform political...

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How to Build Traffic to a Blog: Ten Tips

So, you’ve launched that blog you’ve always been dreaming of and now you want someone to actually, you know, read it. How do you build traffic to a blog, whether it’s a personal project or a site written for an organization, institution or campaign? I’ve learned a thing or...

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Quick Hits — November 14, 2006

Post-election, back-to-our-normal-lives edition. Two events this week: Idealware is hosting an online seminar tomorrow to compare open source content management systems Joomla, Drupal, and Plone (nerd alert!), and Alan Rosenblatt’s Internet Advocacy Center is covering MySpace and Facebook...

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