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Making Web Content Relevant: CircleMe

Making Web Content Relevant: CircleMe | SMB Social Media Monitor | Scoop.it

Building on the Social Web

 

A few months ago, I embarked in a project which has become more and more engaging and exciting as the weeks progress. With my partner Erik Lumer, we have been working hard in the development and distribution of a product called CircleMe, which Saul quickly spotted on his radar just less than a month from our public release, on October 4th, 2011. Our vision with CircleMe is to create an online environment where users can take advantage of technology and the social web to enjoy more their passions and interests in life (i.e., their “likes”).

 

Social Graph Power

 

The way we want to achieve this is by asking users to “connect” to the things and topics they love, and then CircleMe will leverage clever algorithms along with the power of the social graph to surface relevant content and new items tailored to each user. To get there, we need to move gradually. The first step has been to create an engaging environment where users can easily express all their ‘likes’ and discover (in a serendipic way) new things of potential interest. Then, as activity increases, we will have enough data to reach the goal to surface relevant content in a timely fashion for any interested user...


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OsakaSaul's comment, December 1, 2011 8:30 PM
I appreciate the rescoop - and so I shared to G+!
BeSocialOnline's comment, December 2, 2011 7:29 AM
You are welcome ;-)
OsakaSaul's comment, December 8, 2011 4:19 AM
thanks for taking this, Duncan!
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25 Google+ tips and tricks

25 Google+ tips and tricks | SMB Social Media Monitor | Scoop.it

Google+ unveiled itself to the public amidst a chorus of praise and adulation from techies all over the globe. Unfortunately, it also earned a good amount of scorn from individuals who were not ready to grasp the unique philosophy Google+ was promoting. That philosophy is one of openness.

 

Unlike Facebook, Google+ is designed to connect strangers, and inspire collaboration and contribution. It has proven to be an amazing platform for promoting ideas, brands and people.

 

Since its early rollout, Google+ has forced competitors to begin evolving, inspiring platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to develop new ways of thinking about social media and the functionality they offer.


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