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Its an overused term, “engagement”.  You can’t really get it with a blog post unless you open up comments.  Then the dregs of society use it as a platform for anything but.  Social media can get engagement if your post drifts by at the right time or you hashtag bomb it with bait terms.  How […]

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We are thrilled to announce that DoLyst is available on iOS, Android and as a web app. What is DoLyst?  DoLyst  let’s you join, publish and share lists of things to do.  How many times have you read a blog post like “10 things you have to do in Toronto“, or “5 of the best […]

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I feel like some basic HTML features have been forgotten. One that I don’t see much of is the anchor tag.  Back in the old days when the internet was slow people would be impressed if you clicked a link and your browser jumped way down on the page.  (Hey times were tough).  We don’t […]

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DoLyst lets you join or create lists to do more with your life.  Not lists like “Pick up eggs”.  More like “10 great hikes in Tuscon”. Great curated content to see more, try more, do more. Want to dive-in ? Visit DoLyst.com register, login and figure it out… or get a quick tour here. Our […]

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The key to DoLyst is that it’s things you want to do.  For example, a list like “5 things to know about Matt Damon” isn’t really what we had in mind.  That’s more of a format for reading some facts.  However “What Matt Damon Movies have your seen?” would be a great list for a […]

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Music Festival
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Want to run a successful festival? Here are some great ideas for lists to drive your attendees to do more stuff, and share more as it’s happening. Promote the entertainment line-up Of course you website is going to publish an agenda, but make it a list and your attendees can select what they have seen […]

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Travel Bloggers
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Travel bloggers are one of the reasons we created Dolyst.  There is so much great curated content, but so hard to find it when you need it.  First and foremost lists make your content sticky. They also extend your SEO since each list can have a source article that offers more narrative.  Each listing in […]

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Farmers Market
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As a chamber of commerce or BIA, you need to grease the wheels of supporting local business.  The best way to do that is with lists.  Here are some ideas. Neighborhood Specific Vendor lists Every town has districts known for certain things. Make those lists as a challenge to visit them all.  “Visit the shops […]

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Gallery
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As a guest, I always left a museum or gallery with a marked up brochure as I crossed off each exhibit.  I also left with a lot of things not crossed off.  Of course I made a mental note to return and visit the exhibits, but the sense of urgency on that would fade over […]

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Sparkle
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Do you publish business directories? Let me take a guess.. you can find things alphabetically, or by category?  Archaeologists who have visited the pyramids founds tablets listing businesses the very same way.   OK, not really but hopefully you caught my sarcasm.  There is nothing inspirational about an alphabetic list.  You have to have it, but […]

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