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Using WordPress as a CMS | WPShout.com

Wordpress a CMS

A couple of years ago if I’d said WordPress would make a great CMS, you’d have probably thought I was totally mad! These day however, when you need a simple CMS WordPress is a brilliant option. In this post I’m going to show you how to make your wordpress CMS even better with some simple bits of code and some not so simple plugins.

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Posted by on April 10, 2010 in CMS, tools 2.0, wordpress

 

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“Les entreprises sintéressent aux mondes virtuels pour leur Intranet”

“Les entreprises s’intéressent aux mondes virtuels pour leur Intranet”Pour créer des espaces collaboratifs en interne, des compagnies mettent en place leur propre univers pervasif. Un moyen plus immersif déchanger, bien perçu par les salariés.

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Facebook becoming big friend of small businesses — latimes.com

Facebook is not just for friends anymore. The free social networking site — blocked in many workplaces as a potential time-waster — is increasingly becoming an inexpensive marketing tool for small businesses.

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Posted by on October 27, 2009 in economy, facebook, tools 2.0

 

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12 Inspiring Stories of Successful Social Networkers

 

 

 

Growing your social network. So many are obsessed with it. It’s fun to watch our numbers grow and to get all that attention. But for those of us that rely on it for business, we must be constructive, targeted, and effective about how we approach social networking. That’s because a well built social network becomes a fantastic channel for personal and business promotions.

 

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Posted by on April 28, 2009 in social network, wordpress

 

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Information Policy: French politicians and web 2.0

The american election experience help to understand that it is impossible to have an effective Internet strategy only six months before an election

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Facebook To Let Users Play “Meaningful Role” In Site Policies

founder Mark Zuckerberg sought to reassure users that they own their information, not Facebook. And in a broader step, the company also said its users will get a hand in determining the various policies _ such as privacy, ownership and sharing _ by reviewing, commenting and voting on them before they are put in place.

If more than 7,000 users comment on any proposed change, it would go to a vote. It would be binding to Facebook if more than 30 percent of active users vote. Based on Facebook’s current size, that would be nearly 53 million people. By comparison, a group created to protest Facebook’s new terms has roughly 139,600 members as of Thursday.

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Posted by on February 27, 2009 in blog, facebook, tools 2.0

 

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Le Figaro – Flash actu : Facebook aspire à la démocratie

“Ce qui s’est passé la semaine dernière nous a rappelé que les utilisateurs cultivent un véritable sentiment de propriété, pas seulement sur les informations qu’ils partagent, mais également à propos de Facebook. Les entreprises comme les nôtres doivent développer de nouveaux modes de gouvernance”, a déclaré jeudi le fondateur et patron de l’entreprise, Mark Zuckerberg, lors d’une conférence de presse téléphonique.

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Posted by on February 27, 2009 in democracy, social network, tools 2.0