Andy Lark on Social Media at Dell A great video interview with Andy Lark of Dell (VP of Global Marketing) who talks about how important social media is at Dell. Recently Dell consolidated many of its social media solutions on Telligent’s Community Server platform. 

The New Focus Group

This article about how online networks are the new focus group written last January is one of the virtual clippings that helped validate a lot of what we’ve been working on in our analytics / BI tool: Harvest. There are lots of great analytics tools, … Continue reading “The New Focus Group”

Wiki Wiki

We’re putting the final touches on the Community Server 2008 Fall Release – officially this is Community Server 2008.5.  One of the new additions I’m excited about is the inclusion of a Wiki. Wikis are available as both a stand-alone solution, similar to blogs, and … Continue reading “Wiki Wiki”

Community Server roadmap

Last night we published some details about the roadmap for Community Server. We’re also beginning to trickle out some details about our Evolution line; Community Server with some great enhancements for the Intranet: Native integration with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server Native integration with Microsoft Active … Continue reading “Community Server roadmap”

Webinar with Ben McConnell

Ben McConnell, author of several books including Citizen Marketers, and I are putting together a webinar about online communities. Below are the details: Date: Thursday, June 26, 2008 Topic: Learn How Online Communities Create Customer Evangelists and Citizen Marketer Who: Ben McConnell, Author of Creating … Continue reading “Webinar with Ben McConnell”

Graffiti 1.1 now available

Graffiti 1.1 is now available For version 1.1 we’ve added:  Bulk comment management Permissions functionality Packages for easily sharing Graffiti plug-ins Tools for easily importing from other blogging platforms, such as dasBlog Fixed 30+ bugs And more… We also introduced a new 3-person license for … Continue reading “Graffiti 1.1 now available”

CodeSmith 5.0 Beta now available

This release adds support for .NET 3.5; has some significant performance updates; along with a number of improvements to CodeSmith Projects. You view the entire list of additions/updates here. We’ve also moved all the core CodeSmith templates into a project on Google Code: CodeSmith Samples … Continue reading “CodeSmith 5.0 Beta now available”

in.telligent 2008 – social computing conference

I’m happy to announce the 2008 in.telligent conference! Our first conference, in 2007, was a bigger than expected success with attendees coming from all around the world to talk, network, and learn. This year we’re planning bigger. Much bigger. The conference will October 20th – … Continue reading “in.telligent 2008 – social computing conference”

SEO & ASP.NET: Put keywords in the URL

See the first post in this series | Previous Post Tip #3 – Put keywords in the URL, the sooner the better. There are 3 documented areas that Google looks for keywords: URL, Title, and finally the body of your content. So if you are … Continue reading “SEO & ASP.NET: Put keywords in the URL”

SEO & ASP.NET: How content is linked really does matter

See the first post in this series Tip #2 – How people link to you really does matter Have you ever taken the time to look at all the different ways you link to your content? For ASP.NET developers there are typically 3 ways to … Continue reading “SEO & ASP.NET: How content is linked really does matter”

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