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DoDyDo.com – Boxes With Shared Content

Created in HTML5, DoDyDo is a new experiment that lets you share texts, photos, videos, maps and links. In a certain sense, it could be compared with a blogging platform, but the main difference is how the actual sharing takes place. On DoDyDo, everything is shared by dragging and dropping the relevant files into the provided boxes. And people can contribute to your DoDyDo, your friends and followers can add their own media and links...

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Addhop.com – Share Interesting Links

You’d be forgiven for thinking that social bookmarking sites are a thing of the past. Yet, as long as applications like this one are released you can but wonder if there’s something that you’re missing. Addhop lets you have links and content shared as you would have done on a site like Digg or Reddit, when those services were all the rage. And just like Digg and Reddit, anything that you spread using Addhop is voted...

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Batch.com – Share Photos In Real Time

If you’re the kind of person who just can’t resist uploading pictures of anything you’re doing or anything you’ve bought to Facebook, then you’re loving this to bits. Batch is a new app that simplifies the way in which you can share photos in real time. By downloading it (App Store link; only iOS is supported for now) you can have photos spread the second you take them. The way this app works, you can...

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Repost.us – Syndicate Your Content

Creating content is expensive, and you well know that. It takes time and effort to write your pieces. You need to concentrate, to read a lot, and then write something that’s useful. Maybe after work you sit in your computer and put long hours to get something worth posting. But readers are not flocking to your blog. What to do? Enter Repost.us, a syndication platform that helps you get more people to read your content. This...

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GaggleAMP.com – Amplify Your Messages

A very interesting marketing platform, GaggleAMP specializes in the amplification of social media messages. Company managers that go for this service will be able to have their messages and content distributed all over the Internet by creating a devoted group of sharers. This group is called a “gaggle” in the site’s parlance, and its members share all the promotional messages that they receive on sites such as...

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