Plurk Carnival, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Plurk!

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On Monday I wrote about the wonder (and occasionally, frustration) that is Plurk. A bunch of fellow Plurkers and I got together to create a Plurk Carnival, posting on all the things we love and hate and are confused about Plurk. Enjoy!

Allan Cockerill (Ozegold): Why Does My Plurk Karma Keep Dropping? Social media analyst Allan points out an extremely simple yet effective way of earning more Karma points. Wanna know what that is? Click on the link to find out!

Shai Coggins (ShaiCoggins): 10 Things About Plurk. Blogging guru and b5media veep Shai Coggins shares some of her insights on Plurk, namely, 5 things she loves about it, 5 things she dislikes about it, and (bonus!) two essential Plurk tools.

Hope Wilbanks (HopeWilbanks): A Look at Plurk. Hope, a writer and avid Plurker, shares her thoughts on Plurk and offers suggestions on how to make the most of your Plurk experience.

Toni Tiu (macaronigirl): 5 Reasons Why I Can’t Stop Plurking. Toni’s a Philippine-based Plurker and all-around Internet fanatic who’s as addicted to Plurk as everyone else on this list. Find out why on her blog, Wifely Steps.

Meikah Delid (Meikah): Why MamaIsPlurking. I love Meikah’s description of the Plurk experience as being like in a bar, where you can drop in or eavesdrop on random conversations. She shares with her readers why she loves Plurking and her favorite aspects of the Plurk experience.

Sasha Manuel (Sasha): Why Do You Plurk? My favorite Filipina fashionista. Sasha’s a photographer, a part-time model, social media junkie, professional blogger, stylist, and awesome Net friend. She’s obsessed with her Karma, too, apparently.

Melissa Williams (flamehair): Plurk. Melissa, like many others, is discovering how much better Plurk is than Twitter. I agree. Read her blog and find out why.

There you go! As more people participate in the Plurk Carnival we have going on, I’ll post more links here. In the meantime, if you want to add on any of the above folks to your Plurk community, just click on their Plurk nicknames above. And hey, feel free to add me as well!

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4 thoughts on “Plurk Carnival, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Plurk!

  1. Hi, <>catmum<>! Thanks for your comment! Wow, I don’t meet many Marjories online. We’re a special bunch, aren’t we? πŸ™‚Thank <>you<>, <>Shai<>, for your comment and participation. I loved your detailed analysis of Plurk on your post. A definite must-read.Dear <>Toni<>, thanks for participating! I can’t wait for the next one!Cheers,Marjorie

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