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Links of the Week March 14th, 2008

14 Mar 2008

written by Kyle James

Links of the Week March 14th, 2008

linkoftheweek Links of the Week March 14th, 2008A couple nice things happened this week.  For those that haven’t heard BlogHighEd, which this blog is a member of, was chosen to be syndicated on a new startup site Alltop.  You can read some reviews about alltop here, here, and here.  I’m pretty excited about this and hopefully this will increase exposure to this blog along with the rest of the BlogHighEd gang.

Also this week Yahoo makes the first big step pushing the internet in the direction of the semantic web.  You can read more about it here and here. This WILL revolutionize the internet for the better. For anyone that isn’t familiar with the concept of the semantic web check out the entry on Wikipedia. I’m sure it won’t be to long before we hear Google and others following Yahoo’s lead.

I hope everyone has a great St. Patrick’s day weekend!

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Kyle James

Kyle is the CEO & Co-Founder at nuCloud and formerly the webmaster at Wofford College. He also spent almost 4 years at HubSpot doing a range of jobs including inbound marketing consulting, sales, management, and product management.  Kyle is an active contributor in the social media spectrum. Although his background is technical, he claims to know a thing or two about marketing, but mostly that revolves around SEO, analytics, blogging, and social media. He has spoken at multiple national conferences and done countless webinars on topics ranging from e-mail marketing to social media and Web analytics. He's definitely a fairly nice guy.

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  • Brittney

    thanx 4 the infomation on jobs but if u want more ppl 2 look @ yo website you need 2 put some spice on it.sorr to tell u but this website is boring

  • yodaddy

    You all stink
    I have BettR things 2 do than to listen 2 yo lecture

  • Dalton Foster

    I like your web site it is very informatoinal.i would like to talk to you sometimes about making my on web site. please email me back at Heavy-d44@myway.com. and give me your email address so we can talk. thanks!

  • hanna hug

    how do you make a website? It is cool!!!!

  • yodaddy

    This website stinks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • http://www.squaredpeg.com Bradjward

    Dude, how did you get so much spam in 3 minutes? Sometimes search engine optimization can work against you, I guess. :)

  • http://www.fjgaylor.blogpsot.com Joe Gaylor

    Kyle, yikes on the spam..

  • http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/emarketingcollege/ Rob S.

    Suddenly CAPTCHA looks attractive after that spam. Would akismet help out?

    Kyle, I love the links posts. Crazy hectic here, and I’ve taken to using your links posts as my way of keeping up on something outside of the daily grind!

  • http://doteduguru.com/ Kyle James

    @Brad, Joe, Rob – Actually guys believe it or not that isn’t spam. I went to talk to a bunch of 7th and 8th graders today. Looks like they let them explore my blog before the talk. I’m hoping to write a post about the experience for Sunday, but first I’ve got some St. Patty’s day parting to do tonight and tomorrow. :)

  • http://higheredmarketingblog.wordpress.com Dennis Miller

    Great compilation again, Kyle. Those grade school kids haven’t developed much subtlety, have they?

  • http://www.fjgaylor.blogpsot.com Joe Gaylor

    wow, they are a tough crowd..

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    Congratulations!!! You have been nominated for a 2007 Best Of Blog Award!! Especially designed to bring attention to lower profile bloggers, The BoB’s as we like to call them are currently taking nominations in over 20 different categories. To find out more about how your site has a chance to become one of this year’s Best Of’s and how to nominate other bloggers, visit us at http://www.thebestofblogs.com. Remember voting begins April 14th so make sure you pass the word to your friends, family, and faithful followers.

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  • http://NewEdublogger Paul Prewitt

    Hey,

    I’m a new blogger in the higher edu and am working on the purpose and goals of my blog.

    However, I think you might find the latest post useful:
    http://www.draftmotif.org/2008/01/mastering-google-webmaster-tools.html

    I’d love any suggestions or thoughts that you can share.

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