Have you ever heard the term “mash-up?” Well, I’ve been hearing it a lot lately, and in the context it’s been used, I’ve deduced it has nothing to do with potatoes.
Here’s a definition provided by Small Business Mavericks:
A mashup, simply put, is the aggregation of content from two or more sources. It usually exists on a single web page, but it can also exist within an application such as a widget or through an RSS feed.
To put it in simpler terms, a mashup is a collection of useful–or at least interesting–links. It gives blog readers quick and localized access to information. And the more often we post content, the stronger our internet presence becomes.
So watch for my new feature, coming this Monday: