ronin at braydon.com
Tue Oct 4 02:59:32 UTC 2011
On 10/03/2011 07:47 PM, Mika A Epstein wrote:
> On 3 Oct 2011, at 9:35:01PM, Brian Layman wrote:
> When you couple abuse with the fact that participation DROPS with auto-generated content (see the 70% drop off reported in Facebook likes for auto-posted links), you've got a very niche audience. I can see using this in an internal network, but I'm not sure that two way posting would be as effective since you'd lose any comments between the sites (and my current buggaboo with sharing content between teams at work has been how to retain comments and edits so you only have ONE place to update the ding dang stuff and not MORE).
If posts are two-way, the need for comments reduces. Since one post
could be in reply to another post. Though details would need to be
worked out with this. This would also mean that in order to reply two
people would need to be subscribed to each other, and also solving the
problem of bots spamming comments.
> But with this:
>> In the same way that people will post links of WordPress posts to Social
>> Media websites, the goal of this is to automatically cross-post to a
>> community of websites for promotional purposes and is a distributed
>> method for online marketing campaigns.
> I think your promotion would be better served with quotes and then "This is why, dear my community, this is important to US!" Copying an excerpt is (pretty much always in my experience) the way to go. Then you personalize it. Otherwise you'd kinda invented the robo-call of the blogging world.
I don't think an excerpt is enough, because then you're required to go
to the other post to view it in full, and not function like a feed
reader. While it could be a good option, in addition.
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