ShareThis Founder Tim Schigel talks about sharing, search, and SQI

Sharing is the new search.

That’s the message of ShareThis Founder and Chairman Tim Schigel in this interview from The Valley Girl Show.

It’s a bold statement, but with ShareThis surpassing Google’s monthly reach with 181 million uniques earlier this year, it’s a statement all startups and small businesses should pay attention to.

So what is ShareThis, and how can it benefit startups? Watch the video to find out.

I don’t know about you, but that Social Quality Index (SQI) bit got me thinking more seriously about sharing. After all, it’s a nice feeling when people share your content or talk about your website, but it’s a whole different ballgame if you can monetize it.

As for advertisers, who wouldn’t want actual data and sharing metrics to base social media campaigns on. That’s got to be better than speculative guesswork or anecdotal evidence.

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Photo credit: Bugatti
Photo credit: Bugatti
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Photo credit: Bugatti
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Auto China Beijing 2014 – World premiere for “Black Bess”

Here are the exclusive shots from the first Press Day at the Auto China in Bejing.

With its fifth model in the six-part “Les Légendes de Bugatti” (Bugatti Legends) Edition, Bugatti has revived the legendary Type 18 “Black Bess”, which went down in automotive history as one of the first ever street legal super sports cars. At the upcoming Auto China motor show in Beijing (from 21 to 29 April) the French luxury manufacturer will be presenting as a world premiere the modern interpretation of the Type 18, the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse “Black Bess”.

As one of the fastest road vehicles in the world at the time, the Type 18 “Black Bess” is a direct forerunner of today’s world speed record-holding Bugatti Veyron.

Fuel consumption, l/100km: 37.2 in urban areas / 14.9 in extra urban areas / 23.1 combined; combined CO2 emissions g/km: 539; efficiency class: G

Source: Facebook.com/bugatti

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