Social Media Sea-Change

October 2007
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2007, p142
Trade Publication
The article provides information to join the social media conversation. It refers to a family of online peer-to-peer communication formats, blogs and wikis and it is also one of the most visible effects of Web 2.0 software. The easiest way to find conversation is by searching at the website www.technorati.com. After acquiring a conversation, it infers to use the Really Simple Syndication (RSS) to be able to participate in social media.


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