I have been active over at BuzzFeed for almost as long as it has been around, and have watched it grow into quite a neat platform. I was wondering if HubPages would consider making some sort of BuzzFeed partnership to greater expose the viral content here across the BuzzFeed viral network.
Just a thought... Anyone else on BuzzFeed? Agree, Disagree?
I just signed up to buzzfeed yesterday, and it does look pretty cool. Have you had any luck using it to get traffic?
I haven't submitted anything from here yet just to get traffic. It isn't necessarily for social bookmarking/traffic building, but for bringing and circulating viral content to make it even more viral.
So, with Buzzfeed's tech/network viral content on HP could reach wider circulation and perhaps benefit the whole community.
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