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  • A micro engagement could be anything. It could be interaction, like the “like” button in Facebook, or content, like a Tweet. Here’s some interesting examples:
  • The most obvious example of a micro interaction is a “thumbs up” like in Digg and Facebook.
    However, micro-interactions can be a bit more sophisticated. Buzzfeed allows users to indicate their reaction to internet memes - LOL, OMG, WTF, etc.
    Not only does this information allow them to tailor their content, it also creates data feeds of content that others found interesting. There’s a LOL feed, an Trashy feed, etc.

    Other Examples:
    http://www.facebook.com/
    http://www.digg.com/

    References:
    Image source: http://buzzfeed.com/
  • The most obvious example of a micro interaction is a “thumbs up” like in Digg and Facebook.
    However, micro-interactions can be a bit more sophisticated. Buzzfeed allows users to indicate their reaction to internet memes - LOL, OMG, WTF, etc.
    Not only does this information allow them to tailor their content, it also creates data feeds of content that others found interesting. There’s a LOL feed, an Trashy feed, etc.

    Other Examples:
    http://www.facebook.com/
    http://www.digg.com/

    References:
    Image source: http://buzzfeed.com/
  • The most obvious example of a micro interaction is a “thumbs up” like in Digg and Facebook.
    However, micro-interactions can be a bit more sophisticated. Buzzfeed allows users to indicate their reaction to internet memes - LOL, OMG, WTF, etc.
    Not only does this information allow them to tailor their content, it also creates data feeds of content that others found interesting. There’s a LOL feed, an Trashy feed, etc.

    Other Examples:
    http://www.facebook.com/
    http://www.digg.com/

    References:
    Image source: http://buzzfeed.com/
  • The most obvious example of a micro interaction is a “thumbs up” like in Digg and Facebook.
    However, micro-interactions can be a bit more sophisticated. Buzzfeed allows users to indicate their reaction to internet memes - LOL, OMG, WTF, etc.
    Not only does this information allow them to tailor their content, it also creates data feeds of content that others found interesting. There’s a LOL feed, an Trashy feed, etc.

    Other Examples:
    http://www.facebook.com/
    http://www.digg.com/

    References:
    Image source: http://buzzfeed.com/
  • The most obvious example of a micro interaction is a “thumbs up” like in Digg and Facebook.
    However, micro-interactions can be a bit more sophisticated. Buzzfeed allows users to indicate their reaction to internet memes - LOL, OMG, WTF, etc.
    Not only does this information allow them to tailor their content, it also creates data feeds of content that others found interesting. There’s a LOL feed, an Trashy feed, etc.

    Other Examples:
    http://www.facebook.com/
    http://www.digg.com/

    References:
    Image source: http://buzzfeed.com/
  • The most obvious example of a micro interaction is a “thumbs up” like in Digg and Facebook.
    However, micro-interactions can be a bit more sophisticated. Buzzfeed allows users to indicate their reaction to internet memes - LOL, OMG, WTF, etc.
    Not only does this information allow them to tailor their content, it also creates data feeds of content that others found interesting. There’s a LOL feed, an Trashy feed, etc.

    Other Examples:
    http://www.facebook.com/
    http://www.digg.com/

    References:
    Image source: http://buzzfeed.com/
  • The most obvious example of a micro interaction is a “thumbs up” like in Digg and Facebook.
    However, micro-interactions can be a bit more sophisticated. Buzzfeed allows users to indicate their reaction to internet memes - LOL, OMG, WTF, etc.
    Not only does this information allow them to tailor their content, it also creates data feeds of content that others found interesting. There’s a LOL feed, an Trashy feed, etc.

    Other Examples:
    http://www.facebook.com/
    http://www.digg.com/

    References:
    Image source: http://buzzfeed.com/
  • The most obvious example of a micro interaction is a “thumbs up” like in Digg and Facebook.
    However, micro-interactions can be a bit more sophisticated. Buzzfeed allows users to indicate their reaction to internet memes - LOL, OMG, WTF, etc.
    Not only does this information allow them to tailor their content, it also creates data feeds of content that others found interesting. There’s a LOL feed, an Trashy feed, etc.

    Other Examples:
    http://www.facebook.com/
    http://www.digg.com/

    References:
    Image source: http://buzzfeed.com/
  • The most obvious example of a micro interaction is a “thumbs up” like in Digg and Facebook.
    However, micro-interactions can be a bit more sophisticated. Buzzfeed allows users to indicate their reaction to internet memes - LOL, OMG, WTF, etc.
    Not only does this information allow them to tailor their content, it also creates data feeds of content that others found interesting. There’s a LOL feed, an Trashy feed, etc.

    Other Examples:
    http://www.facebook.com/
    http://www.digg.com/

    References:
    Image source: http://buzzfeed.com/
  • The most obvious example of a micro interaction is a “thumbs up” like in Digg and Facebook.
    However, micro-interactions can be a bit more sophisticated. Buzzfeed allows users to indicate their reaction to internet memes - LOL, OMG, WTF, etc.
    Not only does this information allow them to tailor their content, it also creates data feeds of content that others found interesting. There’s a LOL feed, an Trashy feed, etc.

    Other Examples:
    http://www.facebook.com/
    http://www.digg.com/

    References:
    Image source: http://buzzfeed.com/
  • The most obvious example of a micro interaction is a “thumbs up” like in Digg and Facebook.
    However, micro-interactions can be a bit more sophisticated. Buzzfeed allows users to indicate their reaction to internet memes - LOL, OMG, WTF, etc.
    Not only does this information allow them to tailor their content, it also creates data feeds of content that others found interesting. There’s a LOL feed, an Trashy feed, etc.

    Other Examples:
    http://www.facebook.com/
    http://www.digg.com/

    References:
    Image source: http://buzzfeed.com/
  • The most obvious example of a micro interaction is a “thumbs up” like in Digg and Facebook.
    However, micro-interactions can be a bit more sophisticated. Buzzfeed allows users to indicate their reaction to internet memes - LOL, OMG, WTF, etc.
    Not only does this information allow them to tailor their content, it also creates data feeds of content that others found interesting. There’s a LOL feed, an Trashy feed, etc.

    Other Examples:
    http://www.facebook.com/
    http://www.digg.com/

    References:
    Image source: http://buzzfeed.com/
  • A micro engagement could be anything. It could be interaction, like the “like” button in Facebook, or content, like a Tweet. Here’s some interesting examples:

  • A micro engagement could be anything. It could be interaction, like the “like” button in Facebook, or content, like a Tweet. Here’s some interesting examples:
  • A micro engagement could be anything. It could be interaction, like the “like” button in Facebook, or content, like a Tweet. Here’s some interesting examples:

  • A micro engagement could be anything. It could be interaction, like the “like” button in Facebook, or content, like a Tweet. Here’s some interesting examples:
  • A micro engagement could be anything. It could be interaction, like the “like” button in Facebook, or content, like a Tweet. Here’s some interesting examples: