Guy Kawasaki’s Alltop Announces Version 3.0

March 17, 2009
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Today Alltop announced version 3.0. Alltop is an RSS aggregating site, “like a digital news rack” which organizes sites according to topics. There are several interesting topics, and a couple of months ago Guy Kawasaki was good enough to add one for Marketing Research here http://market-research.alltop.com/

The primary feature of version 3.0 is the ability for people to create custom collections of Alltop feeds (MyAlltop). Every custom MyAlltop collection is a public page and can therefore be shared.

One ramification of this is that people  can grab “vanity” accounts like their names, companies, and products. For instance I just grabbed one for the LinkedIn Next Generation Market Research Group on LinkedIn I manage and set up a couple of feeds here http://my.alltop.com/NextGenMarketResearch

To create your MyAlltop page, go to this page and click on “create an account”: http://my.alltop.com/

As you surf around Alltop you simply hit the blus sign for any feeds you want to add to your personal Alltop. You may want to start at Market-research.alltop.com? One of the interesting articles I found today on Alltop was this one on the trend of decreased use of off-shoring in market research, so

Today Alltop announced version 3.0. Alltop is an RSS aggregating site, “like a digital news rack” which organizes sites according to topics. There are several interesting topics, and a couple of months ago Guy Kawasaki was good enough to add one for Marketing Research here http://market-research.alltop.com/

The primary feature of version 3.0 is the ability for people to create custom collections of Alltop feeds (MyAlltop). Every custom MyAlltop collection is a public page and can therefore be shared.

One ramification of this is that people  can grab “vanity” accounts like their names, companies, and products. For instance I just grabbed one for the LinkedIn Next Generation Market Research Group on LinkedIn I manage and set up a couple of feeds here http://my.alltop.com/NextGenMarketResearch

To create your MyAlltop page, go to this page and click on “create an account”: http://my.alltop.com/

As you surf around Alltop you simply hit the blus sign for any feeds you want to add to your personal Alltop. You may want to start at Market-research.alltop.com? One of the interesting articles I found today on Alltop was this one on the trend of decreased use of off-shoring in market research, something which I have been noticing in our research on research as well.

You can create as many accounts as you like, for example, one for personal use and one for your site.

Tom

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