WebmasterWorld Launches SMO Forum Named Social Media Tagging & Bookmarking Optimization

Feb 22, 2007 • 8:16 am | comments (6) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under SEO & SEM Forum News
 

lwmw-logo.pngWebmasterWorld has launched a new forum named Social Media Tagging and Bookmarking Optimization. The new forum comes to life with the recent buzz on SMO - Social Media Optimization.

What is SMO?

  • Tagging
  • Web based bookmarking
  • Digg.com
  • StumbleUpon
  • del.icio.us
  • Link bait content
  • and so on

It is being used all over, you see we have our SMO buttons in the footer of each post.

WebmasterWorld administrator, engine, said in the WebmasterWorld thread:

With social media now paying a huge role in modern Internet life, we decided to create this forum to explore the opportunities and developments.

I am excited to watch this forum for some juicy topics.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Alex Piner

02/22/2007 04:46 pm

Great post. I haven't been by there in a while, just cruising on SEO Roundtable and SEW news/info. This signifies the importance and power of social bookmarking. Now I hope there isn't going to be software to spoof online "word of mouth marketing".....

Remi

02/23/2007 12:54 pm

Is the url working ?

Barry Schwartz

02/23/2007 01:24 pm

Yea, but you need to register to see it, I think.

Brett Tabke

02/23/2007 03:40 pm

ack. The SMO forum is in the subscribers/supporters category and subscription is required to view that content.

Hobo

03/28/2007 12:59 am

Need to sign up then!

dorkey

07/22/2008 05:42 am

I have had continuing support from my management in this effort, because I've been able to prove how much more I can accomplish by answering a question, and posting it on a blog, for example, than I can by answering the same question over and over. I still help people, but in a more open and collaborative fashion. Other people can join in the discussions — maybe they will have a better idea than mine. dorkey <a href="http://www.widecircles.com" rel="nofollow">Social Media Marketing</a>

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