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WACP now has a great networking tool that keeps you connected to just about all your social media networks including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter and Ning. It's called Seesmic Desktop 2. This handy application not only allows you to keep up with what's happening in your networks, but also allows you to make one post have it turn up in all your networks. Every time you or someone else makes a post you get a little notification (like your email notification) in the right hand corner of your screen. Just go here to download your desktop application. There is even a video you can watch that explains the whole process. Once it's installed, you just follow the directions to set up all your accounts. You will have to get the plug-in marketplace for Ning and some other social media networks (there is a link from within the actual application), and not all have been developed yet, but they are in the works. I downloaded it on Saturday for my own Ning network and added my Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, GoogleBuzz, and Youtube accounts as well as this one and it is a wonderful tool. It promotes more interaction with your networks.Try it for yourself and then come back and give us your opinions. If you have any questions that you can't find the answer to within the application or the website, ask me and I will try to help you all I can.

 

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THANKS DIANA... You have been a great help in informing and walking ii through the steps to get WACPtv.ning.com set up and active. Now we all can enjoy STAYING CONNECTED TO ALL OUR NETWORKS FROM ONE PORTAL. ii am very impressed to say the least. YOU TRY IT NOW!
WACPtv Community is now on Seesmic Desktop!

We’re happy to announce a new way for you to stay on top of activity on WACPtv. Seesmic Desktop 2 has just been released. If you’re not familiar with Seesmic, it lets you access all of your social networking services in one place. What’s great about it (in addition to the fact that it’s free) is that it lets you monitor activity and post updates on multiple social networks at the same time, including WACPtv

• It’s cross-platform: Works on both PCs and Macs.

• Tracks the latest activity: Check out the latest WACPtv photos, blog posts, members, and comments, alongside what’s happening on other popular services.

• Post once, deliver to many: Monitor activity on WACPtv, along with Twitter, Facebook, and others. Post status updates to all of them at once with one click.

It’s easy to set up. Just install Seesmic Desktop 2 and add the Ning plug-in. When prompted, enter your WACPtv.ning.com sign-in information. You’re ready to post.

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