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The Weekly Compete Pulse

Here’s a round up of our favorite digital marketing stories from the web this week: The best 404 pages around the web, five secrets to sharing content 15 times per day, effective B2B lead generation methods, and why you should be on Reddit.

Racy Racy Reddit: Not Even a Little Safe For Work

Image from: Aghast Lady / Shutterstock The fame. The infamy. The Reddit. Recently Obama joined the noted list of Reddit ‘Ask Me Anything’ hosts, but perhaps the site isn’t the most…appropriate venue for a candidate vying for reelection. According to Wikipedia, Reddit.com is a “social news website where the registered users submit content.” Posts can be voted “up” and “down” by users, creating the hierarchical ranking of posts on the

The Weekly Compete Pulse

The obvious event of this week is President Obama’s social media exploit, in which he sat down for an Ask Me Anything session on Reddit.com. The chat itself lasted about a half-hour, and the response has been mixed. AdAge contends that the tactic itself was smart, but actually empty of deep insights. Next month, you can count on us to check back to see if the President’s appearance registers in

Digging a Little Deeper Into Digg’s Downfall

Image from: Soil with Shovel / Shutterstock I used to be a loyal user of Digg.com, but after a few too many changes I stopped visiting the site. So when I heard that Betaworks was going to be rebuilding the social news platform from scratch I decided to see what was going on with Digg. The failing news website, Digg was recently sold to Betaworks for the small sum of

Reddit drinks Digg’s milkshake

We could hardly tear ourselves away last week from the drama that became of two of the largest social-news websites on the Internet. For the better part of a day, users unhappy with version 4 of Digg posted a barrage of links from Reddit’s site onto Digg’s homepage. The result increased Reddit’s traffic causing extra demand on their servers. Reddit gladly stepped up to the sizable increase in daily traffic