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Want to be a winner? Join the Winners Circle!
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Want to be a winner? Join the Winners Circle!

Gyutae Park from [Winning the Web](http://www.winningtheweb.com/)just launched a new membership site called [Winners Circle](http://www.winningtheweb.com/winners-circle/). I don’t normally post about stuff like this but I wanted to mention it because I think it has a lot to offer marketers of all levels.

Is Your URL Digg Compatible?
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Is Your URL Digg Compatible?

Wouldn’t it be a shame? You wrote a great piece, it was relevant not only for your general readership, but also for the social media audience. Not only that, but a user with a large audience wanted to submit your piece, but couldn’t because of your URL structure.

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StumbleUpon: The Antithesis of Google?
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StumbleUpon: The Antithesis of Google?

With over 3.5 million registered users (up from 600,000 two years ago), StumbleUpon has left the techie niche and has become mainstream. But unlike Google which makes its billions from helping you find what you’re looking for, StumbleUpon helps you discover content that you may not be looking for but will probably find interesting.

Technorati Is Trying, and It’s Counting for Something
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Technorati Is Trying, and It’s Counting for Something

Just about a week ago Technorati launchedTopics‘, a new service aimed at keeping you up to date at the latest posts coming in from the blogosphere. While some downplayed it as a simple TechMeme wanna-be, others rightly noted it as a meandering DiggSpy (in my opinion it’s almost an exact combination of both). One week into its existence I’ve definitely noticed one thing: it’s generating a lot more incoming links back to my site than Technorati was doing without it. Interestingly it’s actually even not that far off of the incoming traffic numbers from TechMeme.