Diditz lets users turn their Facebook photo albums and videos into pages that are indexable by search engines. It uses tags and categories to sorts Facebook content and lets users share it through sites like social bookmarking service Digg, Stumble Upon and Twitter.
It also targets business and brands by letting them create a special Diditz tab on their Facebook fan page where user-generated content from fans can be shared.
The College Park, Maryland-based company has raised about $50,000 and competes with other startups like Squidoo, Mahalo and Wildfire Interactive, which focuses on building contests on Facebook.
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