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4 responses to “Startup Bloodbath in Social Media?”

  1. Graeme Thickins

    CoTweet’s already talking about how they’re working with the Contributors feature.

    Also, Bit.ly hasn’t been the dominant one in URL shortening for all that long – remember Minnesota’s own TinyURL? It was for a lot longer prior to Bit.ly coming onto the scene. Of course, we hardly ever hear about ‘em anymore.

    The half-life of URL shorteners appears to be…uh, shortening?

  2. Zoli Erdos

    I still have TinyURL, not by choice, but that’s what EchoPhone uses, who knows why…

    And yeah…short.en.ing

  3. Wilson

    It is always fun to see the competitive landscape change and looking forward to the innovative ideas which will flow in 2010 in the race to stay competitive.

    ~Clint

  4. drdavehale

    No matter what the tool or platform, Google is the new Microsoft. They will develop their own version of everything online. Such as the new smart phone they came out with. It is only a matter of time that there are as many or more apps for it than the iPhone. Looks at ll the companies developing a linking service with Twitter. All I want is someone to click on my little Adsense ads. Give me my 5 cents and I’m happy.

    Dr. Dave Hale
    The Internet Marketing Professor