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Adobe Distribution Manager, Flash, Flash Components, New Developments »

[5 Oct 2010 | No Comment | 10,480 views]
Socialize Your Flash Content Using Gigya & Adobe Distribution Manager

Social media permeates every niche of the web and using the Adobe Distribution Manager, built in conjunction with Gigya, it can now easily be integrated into your Flash content, widgets, and applications. It also enables the tracking and analysis of the extent of any campaigns reach into the social web.

Using the Distribution Manager, Flash developers now have the ability to easily allow for their content to be sharable. It provides code that gives your end users options to share the content to Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, iGoogle, Yahoo! and many other …

SEO »

[21 Aug 2008 | No Comment | 2,433 views]

Influential Interactive Marketing has an awesome article on SMO.
From the article:
“For years now, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for websites has been honed into a fine art with entire companies devoting considerable effort to defining best practices and touting the value of SEO for raising a site’s performance on organic search listings. While I believe in the power of SEO, there is a new offering we have started providing to clients which we call Social Media Optimization (SMO). The concept behind SMO is simple: implement changes to optimize a …

General Discussion »

[21 Aug 2008 | 2 Comments | 3,579 views]

How are social networks effecting how we live on a daily basis? How do they affect young adults or adolescents who are emerging on their own and creating their own theories about relationships they have with others? Have these social networking circles that are so prevalent today brought our world together, or is it going to effect our younger generations in a negative way, creating a social dependence? A great article published by New Science Print Edition asks those exact questions.

New Developments »

[21 Aug 2008 | No Comment | 3,459 views]

geoTract.com has been up and running for about two weeks as of the writing of this post, and the users are still rolling in. Many comments have been sent regarding the site itself and lots of feedback is leaning towards the positive side. The site itself is still in Beta at this point, and I’ve been continuing to roll out bug fixes.
Working with the users to complete this project has been more than rewarding, and I’m looking forward to the future of the site in general.
In general:
geoTract.com provides a central …