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Valeria,

Excellent round up of ideas. You might add anything interactive to the list, ranging from polls to whatever else anyone can think up.

As long as they are not used too frequently, it helps people contribute something easily with very little effort or enjoy something within a short span of time.

All my best,
Rich

I think it's also important to have the right mindset no matter what you're creating to make your site sticky.

Put your reader in focus, provide answers to the questions they have, serve their needs.

User-centered content makes a site very sticky!

Great post.

Valeria, thank you for a great post!

Your Widgetbox link is an exciting resource that I was not aware of. And your thoughts on live streaming and the Oscars is right on. I have read some interesting uses of twitter in the classroom and see that developing presentations in this manner adds dimension and allows for more participation, which leads to more in-depth conversation.

Angela
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@angeladaniello

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