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There’s huge potential for Vyclone to be used in collaborative projects.
A quick comparison of the blog stats for my own blog and that of a team project I am involved in illustrates the difference linking a blog to Twitter makes. My own blog is linked to my Twitter account so that every new post is automatically announced to my Twitter followers. The second team blog is not linked to a Twitter account, and although my own blog has been active since 2006 whereas the team blog is only 1.5 years old, there is an order of magnitude difference in blog post views for my blog that is linked to Twitter. This illustrates the impact of using social media to drive community. I’ll test this by associating a Twitter account with the team blog and checking the stats comparison again in a few months.
Stats for my blog linked to Twitter:
Stats for team blog not linked to Twitter:
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thomcochrane created a magazine on Flipboard. “iOS Musicians” is available with thousands of other magazines and all the news you care about. Download Flipboard for free and search for “thomcochrane.”
Audiobus by A Tasty Pixel enables background audio on iOS Apps and interApp audio sharing – awesome for iOS musicians!
Feedly looks like a great alternative to Google Reader – which Google is shutting down soon :-(