90 Tips to Make Your Blog Rock
JANUARY 4, 2011
Subscribe to SmartBrief newsletters, RSS feeds, and Google alerts in order to find ideas for new content (that’s how I found this blog!) Take each post and post it on the New Digg (20 million visitors a month), it is quick and easy to do and will take you only a minute or two (it involves copying the URL and pasting it to Digg, add the headline and choose the section then hit 62.
Content Curation: Why Is The Content Curator The Key Emerging Online Editorial Role Of The Future?
OCTOBER 5, 2010
Social bookmarking and social news have been around for some time (ie - sites like Digg or delicious ), and new models of aggregation like Alltop are springing up to help us navigate all this content as well. Do not show again Close [x] Robin Good Latest News POP Newsletter Check out RobinGoodTV! The most important component of this job is the word "continually." Double.
20+ Commonly Asked Questions About Blogging & Online Marketing
SEPTEMBER 25, 2012
Advertise Page – If you want to offer any advertising options on your blog or your newsletter, let people know what you have to offer plus any statistics that would be relevant for advertisers. Good ones include Best of the Web Blog Directory , Technorati , Alltop , and Blogarama. As each year passes, blog marketing techniques evolve. Enjoy! Blog Platform. This one is simple.
10 Thought Leaders Share Thoughts on Curating Content
SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
Content curation isn’t necessarily anything new (finding the best stuff to share is what so many of us do on Twitter already, and what bloggers have long done, or what sites like Alltop or Digg have been doing). It’s already happened in the consumer world: Sites like Digg (social curation) which have little or no original content have become key resources for information.
Real-Time News Curation - Types And Real-World Examples
SEPTEMBER 24, 2010
WHEN Kevin Rose, a former host on the TechTV channel, created Digg in 2004 - before Facebook caught on and two years before Twitter’s start - the idea of a "social news" site, with content chosen by citizen-editors, was novel. Todd Wasserman - New York Times - Can Digg Find Its Way in the Crowd? Do not show again Close [x] Robin Good Latest News POP Newsletter Check out RobinGoodTV!