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want to know how to sink a social media campaign? make yourself look like a total tool in your favorite social media spot? read this article and do what is recommended not to do!

special thanks to Rob Kerry for making this sphinn possible. =)
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from mphung 3596 Days ago #
Votes: 5

Wowsa! First post to get sphunn from my blog in years. Thanks EvilGreenMonkey. Now, quick, someone report it as spam so Hack can write another post about me =)

from amitnyamtabad 3595 Days ago #
Votes: 2

I agree that is a must read for Sphinn lovers.

from onreact 3595 Days ago #
Votes: -5

Good try but in the end it’s just nagging.

from Syzlak 3595 Days ago #
Votes: 3

always a class act

from Lasvegasguy 3595 Days ago #
Votes: 2

I liked it. Definitely a must read for all Sphinners. But what  I really should do is Digg this... :P

from Bluebonic 3595 Days ago #
Votes: 0

Great content. All hail the queen.

from streko 3595 Days ago #
Votes: 0

All hail the Baby Momma of Content!

from mphung 3595 Days ago #
Votes: 0

Just want to clarify that I wasn’t dissing the Web 2.0 awards or the creators of it -- my post wasn’t directly about that article. It just happened to be the subject of the example I used to illustrate self-referential, circular social media site submissions. I wasn’t even saying that the awards announcement shouldn’t have been submitted to Digg (although clearly if the point was for the submission to get hot, it could be have been handled differently) -- what I was saying is not to digg sphinns digging sphinns digging derivative summaries of comments.

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from incrediblehelp 3595 Days ago #
Votes: 1

rah, rah, rah.  This is just as bad as finding search results within Google results.

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