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How Gamification Can Make News Sites More Engaging

Gamification, the use of gameplay mechanics for non-game applications, is transforming online news into an engaging, social and fun activity. It… Continue reading

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Why Is Content Good for SEO? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Brafton Infographic: Why Content for SEO? explores how content is key to search engine visibility.  They also have a related post which breaks down each area of the infographic. I like this stat – “76% of marketers who have strategic SEO campaigns in place invest in content creation.” Follow SEJ on Twitter @sejournal

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PHPMaster: Creating a Mobile Photo Blog, Part 1

Thumbnail It seems like everyone these days is texting away on their mobile phone or updating their social network status every 5 minutes. It’s no surprise that the convenience of being able to access the Internet from anywhere at any time has made sharing messages and pictures so popular. I can’t imagine going anywhere without my cell phone on the off chance that something interesting might happen and I can document it as if I were the first news reporter on the scene. This is the first article in a two-part series in which I will show you how to create a photo blog as part of your personal website which you can update from your phone simply by sending an email. Continue reading

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BuildMobile: Write for BuildMobile!

BuildMobile is looking for talented authors to join it’s team. We’ve got a large demand for a wide range of topics and we simply can’t keep up! If you think you can write on these any of these topics, then get in touch below. Mobile Application Design Small Screen Website Design Responsive Web Design Objective-C for iOS Java for Android jQuery Mobile Zepto.js Backbone.js jQTouch Appcelerator Titanium PhoneGap Sencha Touch Content Strategy on Mobile Mobile News and Events Send your ideas or what you’d like to write about through to us now! It might be worthwhile having a quick read of the About and Contribute sections of BuildMobile. Once you’re set, please email The Editor where fame and fortune awaits! Continue reading

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BuildMobile: The Future of WebOS

Not very long ago when we were planning the launch of our humble magazine BuildMobile, which you are reading right now, the content strategy included coverage of the nebulous WebOS mobile operating system. Come launch time, there wasn’t enough traction to include it in our platform categories, but we were hopeful for the future. WebOS in 60 Seconds WebOS is a mobile operating system based on the Linux Kernal Initially developed by Palm and first released in January 2009 Acquired by Hewlett-Packard in April 2010 for US$1.2b WebOS uses a “card” UI with a left-to-right flick for app swithcing, flick up for “off” The WebOS broswer, called simply “Web” is based on the WebKit layout engine WebOS “Synergy” feature integrates information from many cloud services into a single list Devices include the Pre , the Pixi and the Veer phones, then the HP TouchPad HP announced in March 2011 that WebOS would run within Windows by the end of 2011 On 18th August 2011 HP announced it would discontinue operations for WebOS devices Potentially even more HP TouchPads will be made and sold at a loss Web Standards based Native Apps A feature that was full of promise, and partly responsible for the underdog adoration WebOS attracted from developers worldwide, is that web technologies like HTML, CSS and Javascript are first class tools for developing native apps for the platform, with full access to hardware APIs like the camera. Continue reading

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Paid Links V Content Programs

It all about feeding the Beast! If there’s one topic that is as alive today as it was in year past, it’s paid links. Are paid links bad? What are the ethics? Are they worth it? On and on. But I rarely hear talk some of the more important aspects when looking at them from […]

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Paid Links V Content Programs

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