The Problem with Web 3.0 Persists

aCategorizing, filtering, tagging, collecting, querying, indexing, structuring, formatting, highlighting, networking, following, aggregating, liking, tweeting, searching, sharing, bookmarking, digging, stumbling, sorting… it’s downright painful. The Evolutions of The Web Web 0: In 1989 Tim Berners-Lee of CERN proposes an open Internet. The first website appears in 1991 with the World Wide Web Project. Web 1.0: By 1999 there are 3 million websites and users navigate primarily by word-of-mouth and directories like Yahoo! Web 2.0: By 2006

10 Social Media Tactics that Boost Shares and Conversions

Contrary to popular belief, social media marketing is more than just being consistent with your posts online. You have to come up with content that’s creative and influential – something that will make people want to take action. It may be as simple as someone sharing your post or start a conversion. A few likes and comments are not enough. Of course, the goal is to go viral but what should be done to achieve

What Motivates You to Share Online? The Psychology of Sharing

We share daily through our blog posts and social presence. Our motivation is pretty simple – when we find fantastic content or discover something ourselves, we want to let you know about it. That makes us a connector of great information and provides value to you, our reader. By doing so, we keep you engaged and hope to deepen our relationship with you. As you begin to trust us for great information and resources, we

5 Elements of Viral Content

The good folks at Social Media Explorer have posted an infographic, 5 Key Elements of Viral Content, from Intersection Consulting. Personally, I don’t like the word viral for this infographic… I like the word shareable. Many times you can exceed expectations on each key element within this infographic – but it doesn’t mean that it’s going viral. Leo Widrich over on the Buffer Blog wrote a great post about what makes content spread. In it,

Design a Robust Mobile App for iPhone and Android in 5 Steps

My Mobile Fans offers affordable mobile apps and mobile websites for the individual, non-profit and small business environment via their industry leading Do-It-Yourself (DIY) app builder. With over 40 rich features for leveraging mobile, location and social media, they may be the most affordable and robust mobile app building platform on the market. The application is quite simple, providing a step-by-step wizard to pull you through setting up your mobile application. Step 1: Select your