A system of up-voting posts, with each up-vote increasing the value of a number assigned to a user, called reputation.

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Send out newsletter to 60.000 people where mail addresses can be wrong already

I hope webmasters is the right place to ask this kind of question. I have a website with about 60.000 people signed up. This site wasn't quite active in the last couple of years. That's why I ...
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Problems with bad mail reputation [duplicate]

I have recently started with a small company that is having pretty bad problems with mail ending up in peoples junk folders. They used to send large bursts of newsletters from the one address every ...
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Is there evidence that linking to quality, reputable and popular website helps with ranking?

Is there any evidence that linking to external quality, reputable and popular websites helps with ranking (directly or indirectly)? Is there an established correlation? Some posts on the web do claim ...
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The concept of reputation and its effects on an online community

Having recently introduced the concept of a '+rep' button to an online community I manage, I've noticed a couple of things. It functions as the thanks button does on vBulletin (user says 'thanks' to a ...
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phpBB: Is there any mod for voting up Threads?

I'm looking for a mod that enables users to vote up threads. I.e. not replies within threads, but threads themselves. Ideally, I'd prefer to have only up-voting; no 1–5 stars, up/down-votes, multiple-...
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Wiki Application With A Reputation System

I'm really impressed with Stack Exchange's concept of reputation (you gain reputation as you post, and the more you post, the more privileges you get), and I want to apply the concept to a wiki that I ...
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Bulletin board software with voting capability for each post [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What Forum Software should I use? I run my system on a linux machine. Let's say I use apache or cherokee webserver, for simplicity. I want to run a bulletin board software ...