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5 Aug 2012 - 12:47am
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tanialang
2012

Content sharing and Share buttons - good and bad examples?

Hi All,

I am looking for good and bad examples of how sites encourage users to share content whether that be by email or share buttons or other means.  I notice some sites are including a lot of buttons which I think negatively impacts the user experience for the sake of SEO.  Do you know of any bad examples or really good examples?  

Apologies if this has been discussed already but I couldnt find anything using the Search.

Regards,
Tania Lang
Peak Usability
www.peakusability.com.au

16 Dec 2011 - 2:50am
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lunytnz
2011

How often do people share with URL vs. Button?

In a recent usability study, when I asked participants to share some info with their friends, some people clicked the Share button on the page, but some people copied the URL out of the address field in the browser and e-mailed it to their friend.  Since this behavior is impossible to capture via analytics, I'm wondering how widespread this behavior might be?  Have you observed this (copy URL) behavior in your own usability studies?  If so, how often did it happen?  I'm wondering if it's a small minority (10%) behavior or a majority (50%+) behavior?

10 Nov 2011 - 2:43pm
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teeterrl
2011

Network with College Students

Hi IxDA Members!

I am the founder of Ixda Miami University. For our info session I would like to put together a video of YOU telling my group members about your personal story with Interaction Design. I am looking for anyone working in the industry.

19 Jan 2010 - 8:58am
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4 years ago
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Chris Avore
2009

[EVENT] Upcoming UX/IxD/IA Show and Tell Workshops

Just a brief reminder of a number of UX Show and Tell events occurring
around the world in case you happen to be close by or are interested
in learning how to start your own workshop:

Today, January 19 (sorry for the late notice!):
UX Show and Tell Nashville TN
http://uxshowandtell.ning.com/events/ux-show-and-tell-nashville

Thursday January 28:
UX Show and Tell Washington DC
http://uxshowandtell.ning.com/events/ux-show-tell-dc

Sunday, February 7:
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