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  • DAVE FLEET  |  MONDAY, MAY 30, 2011
    [Blog] The Little Give
    You can find out more about our partners over on our Little Give blog ). Everyone’s engaged: From the selection of non-profits, to the fun run-up to the event (from the  Little Give blog to the  Facebook page to real-world in-office games), everyone in the office is involved, making this a high point of our employee engagement initiatives as well as a great CSR program. The Little Give. The Little Give is a CSR program, initially created by Edelman’s Vancouver office, that sees Edelman Canada offices split into teams and work to help charities in our communities.
    [Blog] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #180
    He is a blogging behemoth. When was the last time you could say that about a blog post?" 'Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? " I first met Moldover at Foo Camp a few years ago, and he''s an amazingly creative guy. Some traditional musicians hold on to their analog instruments, bemoaning the saccharine of autotune; others dive so far into electronica that the result is almost unrecognizable as music. Moldover seems to have found the right balance. " (Alistair for Hugh). bitcurrent.
    [Blog] Picture the Intangible to Build It
    Darren Rouse of Problogger uses the metaphor of a sandwich to describe his thought process on blogging- one which is quite similar to my circular image. It is impossible to create anything that you have not clearly imagined. How does your imagination work? Do you have a process that enhances your effectiveness for achieving pragmatic results? Image via Wikipedia. was interested to learn that the creative genius of Apple co-founder  Steve Wozniak was his gift for visualizing technology, something he learned from his father. Visualize From Beginning to End. What Are You Planning to Build?
    [Blog] Weekly Roundup: Paloozas And Palominos
    Why: Danny Brown , Gini Dietrich and I talk about PR, blogging, social media and cow manure. How to not suck being a conference moderator or speaker , from TopRank’s Online Marketing Blog. How B2B companies use real-time blog posts to get trade media exposure , from David Meerman Scott ‘s Web Ink Now. How to: choose the right blog tool , from Arik Hanson ‘s Communication Conversations. Why: as I’ve started blogging for grasshoppers , I’ve been realizing how this kind of information is really helpful to new bloggers (like me).
    [Blog] Community Builder Credibility
    He had been blogging, writing books, and responding to every, single, e-mail for over a decade.  'To build a community, you need credibility with the target audience. Few (if any) communities are created by outsiders to the topic.    If you're building a community from scratch, you need someone with deep knowledge, a great reputation, and many existing connections within that field. You  You need someone that knows who to approach, what to tell them, and will be listened to.  Their target audience isn't responding to their e-mails.
    [Blog] 5 Viral Marketing Campaign Features I Learned from Clients
    I’ve been static from this site, rather shamefully but not without reason, I have a pretty hectic lifestyle these days and am barely getting enough time in to blog myself. When you get a large number of people wanting to talk about something on their blogs, myspace and facebook profiles you know you are onto a winner. The a small amount of media buy on a relevant blogs and forums can then help build up the conversation by originally get as many people as possible to know about the idea. So without further ado, here’s what I learnt: 1. Give something to Charity.
    [Blog] Why I’m Not Writing a Book This Year
    As you might have surmised if you’ve read this blog or followed the progress of Convince & Convert, I’m a hard charger. I was all set to write another book this year. Solo this time, as my book spouse Amber Naslund has her hands full with her new social business consultancy Sidera Works. loved writing half of The NOW Revolution , and loved even more traveling around North America giving presentations about social media and social business ( here are the slides ). spoke in 65 different cities in 2011. It’s a lot of work, but I enjoy it. raconteur. scallywag. Type A.
  • SPIN SUCKS  |  MONDAY, MAY 2, 2011
    [Blog] Transparency and Accountability In Government
    His blog “ The PR Perspective ”. Tom Garrity is the president of The Garrity Group Public Relations, based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Let the sunshine in…. For years, the private sector has been preaching social and new media advice to government; “Come on in! The water is fine!”. The government responded by creating websites, posting pictures of elected officials, some even ventured out with (gasp!) electronic newsletters. Many states and municipalities are taking it even further by using this opportunity to increase accountability through “transparency.” Seriously?
    [Blog] Being Curvy, Vulnerability & Success: 5 Truths This Week
    Some days I think in possible blog post ideas. I haven’t been writing much because I’ve been working, but I think about you. think  of how I can translate what is going on in my head and share what I’m feeling and thinking. No I don’t think this is healthy or normal. Here’s my attempt at unpacking what has been in my head and heart this week. How you experience the world is a reflection of what is going on in your head. As Dr. Wayne Dyer said, “Loving people live in a loving world, hostile people live in a hostile world, same world.” Breathe.
    [Blog] Introducing “Communityisms”
    'I’ve blogged about community management for a very long time. My blog was therapeutic, cathartic and a place where I learned from others through the comments. haven’t lost my motivation to blog about community management, but I’ve been struggling with how I can best serve a lot of people in a way  that is different than a blog devoted to the topic. still answer a lot of emails and give advice but that is not scalable, and I do want to talk about other things, such as Social Advertising, which I am doing exclusively on a new blog.
    [Blog] Balance Spawns Creativity
    23rd to Afghanistan and will be reading Part 2 – Tim Leake blog on the plane. TheSocialCMO Blog on #MMchat. Creativity is a Process – Tim Leake Interview. Part 2 of 3. Dedicated to Dan Higgins @adscientist Medical Officer US Army deployed  Monday, Aug. Part 1 of my interview with Tim Leake looked at the insight gained by teaching the creative process; in this part, we discuss the roles solitude, discipline and simplicity play in giving him the mental space to work. New York City – Soho. Relishing a Creative Challenge. The hard part is making them a reality.”
    [Blog] Through the Looking Glass: Immerse yourself in another world.
    Same with blogs.  Which is, perhaps, another looking glass to step through… Kate Spiers is founder and director of Wisdom London Share this: Reddit Share Facebook Email Print StumbleUpon Digg This entry was posted on February 23, 2010 at 2:54 pm and is filed under marketing strategy , wisdom with tags b2b , blog , crm , marketing , relationships marketing. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Blog at Was it all the same, only backwards? When it comes to our clients’ worlds, it’s worth wondering, and it’scertainly worth finding out. So why the lack of curiosity?
    [Blog] What Should The Behaviour Be?
    Last week, I wrote a guest post for Patrick O'Keefe's terrific blog. It explained how to shape the behaviour of members in a community.    It didn’t cover what the behaviour should be. Too often, we begin writing rules with a pre-determined idea of what the behaviour in the community should be. Instead we should look to see what behaviour members want in a community and where that behavior is conducive to a successful community.    For example, should members be allowed to talk about their pets? reviewing/critiquing each other's work).
    [Blog] Follow Friday: Seven upcoming location-based events you should follow… I mean attend
    It’s Friday and that means it’s Follow Friday on Twitter but like last week I’m going to do a blog post instead a follow Friday tweet but with a little twist. This week I’m listing events and not just any kind of events but location-based conferences/meetups events. Here are seven upcoming location-based conferences/meetups/events/summits you should follow… I mean attend. NYC Geo/Mobile Hack Day. Friday, September 10, 2010 at 9:00 AM – Sunday, September 12, 2010 at 7:00 PM (ET). Location Business Summit USA. Location Based Marketing Summit. LOCATION!
    [Blog] Wall Street Journal Story on Social Media Policy for Indian Corporates
    For instance, maybe you blogged about how much you hate your former company, but some years later, that same company might interview you for a managerial post. Somebody could easily find your old blog and that could damage your chances. I was recently quoted in a Wall Street Journal story on social media policy for Indian corporates. Sometimes, social media policies are drafted by legal departments and include detailed clauses to limit legal exposure. However, the best social media policies often give broad guidelines without imposing restrictions. The rest is legalese. India Pvt.
    [Blog] Good Service is Like a Great Steak
    probably would have blogged about how clever companies are those that customize service and make it seem like it was the company’s pleasure to serve. I swear I’m not obsessed with food, but I am obsessed with service. In an older post about room service, specifically, I wrote about how Warm Bread is Not Toast. Well, here I am again with a room service post. In my most recent stay at my favorite hotel in Las Vegas, I needed to order some lunch around 11am Vegas time. wanted steak and asparagus (or some other suitable green). Room Service:Steak and eggs? Room Service:Right.
    [Blog] The Return of the Wild West
    Home It’s Josip Archives Let’s Talk The Word on the Web The Return of the Wild West Written on May 14, 2010 by Josip Petrusa 4 Comments Tweet Share Save Start-ups and entrepreneurial enterprises are an increasingly growing trend. It seems that everyone is in a DIY frame of mind (“do it yourself”). The whole social media culture is based on this. And it was only a matter of time until someone was going to introduce a platform or website that would counter the current big players. And if you like the idea, go to Kickstarter and support it!) Talk about amazing! Just don’t be afraid.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, JULY 18, 2010
    [Blog] Melbourne Blogger Training Day 3 August 2010 – 12 Seats Left
    Who : this event is for people with blogs. It’s not at the real beginner end (ie how to start a blog) but will be accessible for those starting out through to more intermediate bloggers who want to take things up a notch. Finding Readers for Your Blog. Monetizing Blogs. We’ll be mixing up the presentation style with some keynote style presentations, case studies, a panel and some workshop/interactive times for looking at some participants blogs (we won’t be able to do everyone). Post from: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. Sessions/Topics.
    [Blog] Setting Your Plate
    If you’re like most people who read this blog, you probably reach for your phone or iPad and check your email, texts, tweets, and other notifications. When you wake up, what are the first actions you take? You might do this before most anything else. It’s probably habit by now. But consider it: what you’re doing is letting other people’s thoughts and opinions into your head before you’ve had a moment to consider your own. You’re letting the world set your plate for you, and pick your breakfast thoughts. Abundance and Your Plate. Set Your Own Plate.
    [Blog] Three hardware trends that will drive growth in the gaming sector
    'Some analysts had suggested that the console gaming business would decline as a result of the increasing popularity of free-to-play (F2P) mobile games and digital marketplaces, the growth of which was documented on our blog last month. In previous blog posts we have outlined the latest innovations in wearable technology – a market which could record $19bn (£11.4bn) in revenue by 2018. But sales of Sony’s Playstation 4 tell another story. The console, which launched in Western markets in November last year and in Japan last month, has sold more than six million units.
  • CHRIS BROGAN  |  MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2012
    [Blog] Work the Plan
    My plan for today said, “Write next week’s newsletter, three blog posts, and then clear up your inbox.” It’s a gorgeous and sunny day as I write this. would like to be outside, maybe grilling up some steaks and drinking a beer or 12. But I’m working because that’s the plan. have a short window of time to get a bunch of things done before I hit the road again, and because part of my business is to create media, that means writing and creating information that might be useful to you. Work the plan. That’s the message of the day. Work the Plan.
    [Blog] Encoding Information, The Google Gods and Web Journal Sept 5th-7th 2010
    Our mission — and we have no choice but to accept it — is to grab some of that traffic that could otherwise end up at hundreds of other places, even blogs riffing off the reporting that your own publication has done. Looking at a post in Search Engine Land about 8 Ways Backlink Analysis Can Offer Competitive Intelligence ; decided it would interesting to encode or score the information.  Here’s the spreadsheet so you can play with it yourself if you want to example-updated. If startups are wondering that, so are investors. We’re not ‘ American Idol.’ ”.
    [Blog] 400K Photo Views and Counting
    At some point today, I will pass 400,000 views on my photography blog. It still gets used frequently in Obama blog posts across the web! Not bad for an amateur hack who has never been formally trained as a photographer! hope you don’t mind, but I’d like to celebrate by sharing my 10 favorite pictures from the past five years. Given it’s a Friday wrapping up a long holiday week, I figured, “Why not?” ” Here we go! 1) The Eiffel Tower. took this beauty in late November of 2009. Taken with a Nikon D-90. 2) The First Presidential Tweet. Taken in St.
    [Blog] SideraWorks is Taking on Social Business
    Yes, we have a blog, and while we have some classic posts up there now from both Matt and me, you can subscribe to it via RSS or email if you want the latest and greatest when we post something new. It’s an exciting day over here at SideraWorks, so I wanted to take a moment to share with you a couple of things. First, our website is live! This has definitely been a labor of love, but we think you’ll like where it’s ended up. Many thanks to Josh Fisher and John Hawkins for their amazing work and patience while we changed our mind fifty times on things. SideraWorks Brief.
    [Blog] You Need to Be (Better Than) a Jerk
    You’ve heard that being a jerk is the key to effectively drawing people to interact with your blog. You write a blog about social media? Or for your photography blog? They’ll visit your blog, but will they come back again and again? Do girls (and blog readers) only fall for jerks? Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Joe Bunting of The Write Practice. You’ve been told that controversy sells. You’ve heard you need to use hyperbole in your headlines. But I’m here to tell you there is a better way.
    [Blog] Google Plus as a Storytelling Platform
    Also, if you’re having a seasonal event, you can spread content about that event between your email newsletter, your blog, and also your Google+. One great value of Google+ is that it makes a great platform for cultivating visibility. If your organization is hoping to “save a seat at the table” in between sales calls, one way to do this is to create compelling content that nurtures your business relationships by educating your community and by making them the hero in their own story. Using Google+ for Content Marketing. So, let’s extend that. Mix It Up A Bit.
    [Blog] Finding Your Creative Confidence
    I''m going to smile a lot more in the office, when I write these blog posts, when I speak on stage and in everything that I do. 'I used to play the bass. Not the fish. The musical instrument. The electric bass, to be exact. It wasn''t just a hobby, either. took it quite seriously. When I was much younger (around 14 years of age), I decided to forgo a summer vacation with my high school class to work in a warehouse packing make-up, just so I could afford my first electric bass (a new one. as I was already tinkering with a used one). don''t play it much anymore. Then, I got embarrassed.
    [Blog] Monetizing Facebook: Dollar Value of Facebook Fan
    If you get stuck yell out – you don’t have to leave comments on this blog post. An interesting way to calculate Return on Investment (ROI) of a Facebook Fan Page. Sorry Brand Page. and we don’t Fan brands anymore, we like, Like them. Facebook Fan Valuation Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg. What’s the value of a Facebook Fan? – a question we are asked every day. Savvy marketers continue to invest substantial sums in building a presence on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. So we developed the first-ever published Facebook fan valuation. How does it work?
    [Blog] MarCom Professional – too high barrier to entry
    Hence this blog post. I tried to join Marcom Professional community but – and there was no warning, it was after I filled in the form – they require an email address of someone I know on the site. Well I know a bunch of people on there, and tried about EIGHT email addresses, but none of them worked. So sorry, Brian, Trevor, Walter et al. you get to remain a boys club. We’re all BIG Web fans and we decided to do this whilst kicking ourselves for not doing Facebook. You any the wiser? Thought not. No contact us, no names , no “Tweet us&#. Nothing. See what I mean?
  • FEVER BEE  |  SUNDAY, APRIL 6, 2014
    [Blog] Dealing With Hyperactive Members
    'I nstead of having you comment on every discussion, you can have your own blog to share your thoughts ' A third is just to tell them the problem. 'He responds to every post. He doesn't ever accept he's wrong and becomes incredibly defensive if anybody disagrees with him. Contradictory views are not tolerated. He provokes people into exhausting debates on any issue. If you randomly put 100 people in a room together, you will find someone like this. You will find someone insecure, craving validation, and using the community as a vehicle to do it. 
    [Blog] Weekly Roundup: Project Happiness
    Shannon Pauls Very Official Blog Spin Sucks TopRank Online Marketing Blog Writing Boots - David Murray Love WUL? Oh, one other thing: my blog = my sandbox. And you take responsibility for your comments - just as this is my blog, those are your comments, not mine. Waxing UnLyrical personal, possibly poetic, musings on public relations, media, communication, and everything in between About Shonali Weekly Roundup: Project Happiness September 5th, 2010 Tweet When I wrote yesterday’s post, asking, “ Are you happy ?&# was happy yesterday. It was a lot of work.
  • SOSHABLE  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2013
    [Blog] Keep it Local, Local, or Local on Facebook
    In the future, I’ll compile a blog post that proves beyond a doubt that this is true, but for now, you’re just going to have to take my word for it. 'I was moderating a small panel at a conference about two and a half years ago that focused on Facebook fans. The two panelists represented the two different sides of Facebook promotion at the time: one focused on local quality fans and the other focused on bulk fans. After the debate, one might have called it a draw. That was over two years ago. Today, there’s really only one side that deserves any representation at all.
    [Blog] How to Launch a Product - Successfully
    Today is a guest blog post as my way of supporting students who are trying to forge a successful freelance career. 'Any company that has tried to launch a new product will know just how difficult the process can be, and just how many pitfalls there are. For the inexperienced, opportunities to make mistakes are limitless and once you have cleared one hurdle, you can be sure there will be another around the corner that you can trip over if you take your eye off the ball. Know your target audience. Making sure you''re talking to the right people is essential. . Research. Get the tone right.
    [Blog] Content Curation to Build Trust
    Marketing Technology Blog Technology and Marketing Advice from New Media Marketing Experts Blog Events Tags Projects Authors Contact Blogging Book « Five Questions on Content Optimization Strategies Video 1: Corporate Blogging for Dummies » Content Curation to Build Trust Posted in Business , Miscellaneous by Matt Chandler Tuesday, July 6th at 12:42 pm Gallery Exhibit (via WikiMedia Commons) I’ve been doing a lot of content curation lately; you know, the latest fashionable trend in digital content. This confidence expands beyond just news delivery.
    [Blog] Evolve.Don't Wait to Change - The Engaging Brand
    Blog powered by TypePad Member since 04/2006 Search Connect with me on Social Media Training Hire me Subscribe in a reader Recent Posts Show 303 - The New Social Learning Concept How Not to Become Boring. always remember Dad saying to me that i f leaders get to the point that they need to launch a change program (however they term it!) then it is the leaders that should be changed! Evolution is so much better, because it is a constant improvement, constant reinvention, constant learning and growing mindset. then it is the leaders that should be changed! Tips When You Find Thinking Hard!
    [Blog] Nine Guest Posts on Social Media
    In lieu of a book tour, it seemed appropriate to go on a blog tour. The following nine blog posts are Fifth Estate themed social media pieces about different subject threads in the book. This ends the guest blog tour, though there is more great Fifth Estate stuff coming! Due to the late release of Welcome to the Fifth Estate , the opportunity to coincide the book with last Spring’s speaking engagements was lost. Thank you Adam, Jason, Jesse, Danny, Allyson, Gini, Frank, Team Mashable and Brian for the opportunities. Does the Great Gatsby Live on the Empire Avenue?
    [Blog] Reputation Management is NOT About Getting Good Reviews
    The post Reputation Management is NOT About Getting Good Reviews appeared first on Soshable | Social Media Blog. 'There’s a misconception that has been permeating across many industries over the past couple of years. It’s the thought that “reputation management” is about getting positive reviews on sites like Yelp, Google+, and Merchant Circle. While that’s a portion of it in theory, the practice of it has turned into a huge monster that is ready to burst… possibly before the end of 2013. The other aspect is much more nefarious. It is called filtering.
    [Blog] #SocialMedia: Joining Us Together Even in the Face of Fear
    As of the time of this blog posting, the culprit remains unknown, but one thing is certain: social media played a role in this tragedy like never before. 'You’ve probably heard it all by now, but on Monday afternoon, two explosions went off at the Boston Marathon, killing two and leaving twelve injured. Amid all the chaos and confusion, people across the country reached out through social media grasping for answers. They were looking for some modicum of understanding, and most importantly, to find their loved ones, hoping they were not counted among the dead. Related articles.
    [Blog] The Promise: President Obama Year One [Book Review]
    Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking The Promise: President Obama Year One [Book Review] Written on June 23, 2010 by Justin Levy in books , presidentobama , reviews , video 4 Comments - Leave a comment! If youre new here or just an old friend, Id love it if you subscribed via RSS feed. Thanks for taking time out of your day to come hang out here! Over the past year or so there have been several books written about President Obama, his historic presidential race and exploring how his presidency. United States License.
    [Blog] Day 27: People of color impacting the social web – Amani Roberts #28DaysofDiversity
    For day 27 , I would like to introduce to some and present to others: Amani Roberts Twitter: @ahr19 Website/Blog: Bio Amani is the Founder of Woodside Media Group, a Digital PR Firm specializing in Emerging Media and Technology. As we all know, February is Black History Month. It’s a month where we honor those who have made an impact on American culture for equal rights, those who have invented, those who have a helped others and those who have inspired everyone to be the best they can be, not only as a person of color but as a human.
    [Blog] What I Learned During a Brief Twitter Fast
    In fact, I plan to write a report or blog post or something about what I learned about them in the process (and how it can help you ). I posted my 100,000th tweet on May 18th, and then left Twitter alone for the next 12 days. Part of it was so that I could leave that weird milestone (and not one that anyone need feel proud about) up there a while, and partly because I thought, “I wonder what I would learn if I shut up for a while.” ” And so I did. But I didn’t really. ” And so that’s why I’m writing you this post. What I Was Using Twitter For.
    [Blog] ASIA: Malaysia MOL buys Friendster
    Hardly any surprises here – I’ve covered the popularity of Friendster in Asia in my Social Media podcasts , and the sophistication of the Malaysian social network industry in blog posts: Friendster, the social network which set things off more than half a decade ago has finally been sold after several attempts in the past years. As expected , the social network was snatched up by an Asian company, MOL Global, a Malaysian e-commerce and payments company for an unreported sum which some put at about $100 million. From softpedia. Related posts.
    [Blog] How To Optimise Your WordPress Ping List
    by Jerome in SEO , Tutorials I came across a lot of blogs not touching their default list of “ping&# URL. Ping helps you to inform Ping inform search engine and blog directories when you have updated your blog by sending XML-RPC ping each time you create a post. link] Sally Neill Thanks for that list, your a star, all added to my blog now, Sally Tim7485 An alternative would be to automate ping such as [link] Tim Van An alternative would be to automate ping such as at [link] van Adnan Vatandas That’s a cool list. Go to Settings –> Writing tab. 
    [Blog] Time to Elf Yourself for the holidays
    And this year, Elf Yourself caught the social media spirit.After your video is created, you can upload your video to your Facebook([link] or Twitter ([link] page, as wellas embed the video in your Web site or blog. Digitalia | Indianapolis Social Media Marketing « Tweetie 2: The Best iPhone Twitter App | Main | Twitterese — The new way to speak online » November 11, 2009 Time to Elf Yourself for the holidays Social Media Marketing helps fuel holiday spirit It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Bells are jinglebelling. Carolers are caroling. Please try again.
    [Blog] Social Search: Tempur-Pedic "Ask Me" Commercial
    Digitalia | Indianapolis Social Media Marketing « Firebellys Top 9 Blog Posts of 2009 | Main | We Interrupt This Lifecast: Syndication Overload (Part 1) » January 07, 2010 Social Search: Tempur-Pedic "Ask Me" Commercial People trust their friends more than Googles algorithm. Thats why more and more people seek advice and guidance from their networks on Facebook and Twitter before making purchases. Google knows this and mattress manufacturer Tempur-Pedic, does as well. Thats a bold and brave move in my opinion. So go ask your friends about us. Your comment could not be posted.
    [Blog] Social Pros 18 – Ike Pigott, Alabama Power
    ” 30% of them said LinkedIn, 20% said blogging, and 19% said Facebook. Jay : Yes, and 20% was blogging. One out of five B2B companies said that blogging was the most effective social media tool in their toolkit. To me that’s particularly curious, because if I was a B2B company, and certainly we advise a number of B2B companies, it seems to me like the first thing you ought to be putting time and effort into is a blog. In which case, I would argue that blogs may be the only outlet. The blog that we use, we actually backed into it. Listen Now.
    [Blog] Traffic Technique 5: Social Media
    We’ve discussed many of these issues in detail on the blog, so today I’m interested in going a bit deeper with the discussion and looking at social media at a more fundamental level. This is definitely a case of reactionary blogging—simply doing something because we don’t want to be left behind the mainstream. The idea of a social network being a mass communication medium through which we update our followers on everything we blog may change as the shape of social networking changes from mass networks to niche networks. targeting. Where will you share?
    [Blog] LinkedIn Tip - “Hey, Baby. What's Your URL?”
    Home About Testimonials Events Services Webinars Twitter Getting Started on Twitter Webinar Twitter Webinar: Tools and Tips (Intermediate Level) LinkedIn LinkedIn 1 – Getting Started LinkedIn 2 – Building and Leveraging Your Network Ask Calendar Contact Blogging Branding Business Career Facebook LinkedIn Networking Social Media Tips Twitter Lijit Search LinkedIn Tip – “Hey, Baby. What’s Your URL?&# Posted by Irene Koehler in LinkedIn on December 30, 2008 | 9 responses You meet someone at a conference or a networking event and want to stay in touch. Reply A.
    [Blog] Link Removal Request Email Related to Google Disavow Tool
    won’t go into all the details about whether or not you need to use the Google Disavow Tool or not, that’s really too much information to go into right now–and should be detailed in another blog post. Google has released their Google Disavow Tool , an online tool part of Google Webmaster Tools that allows web site owners disavow links to their web site. You really only need to use this tool if you’ve been unsuccessful in getting bad links or over-optimized anchor text links to your site removed. This email is lengthy–and I applaud them for their efforts.
    [Blog] A Superior Writing Method
    The (simple) two-day blogging method. When you decide to write about a blog post idea, furiously write the bulk of the idea or post down. Flexibility bonus: This system will work regardless of how often you write blog posts and how many you write per day. Stephen Guise typed this guest post using the THREE day blogging method. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Stephen Guise of Deep Existence. Picture this: you have just finished writing and editing a magnificent piece. Thankfully, I’ve found the solution to this conundrum.
    [Blog] Skype and Web Journal May 4th – 10th, 2011
    In a unrelated discovery yesterday I found the latest updates to WordPress on my iPhone allow creating and uploading videos to blogs and I did that with an event I attended last night at the Lisa Salon in Dumbo. The only glitch is WordPress is hosting those videos, not YouTube – so it would be nice to have a way to take a video while in WordPress, upload it to YouTube then automatically embed it onto the blog post.  In other words – how to you get sentiment out of a situation where people don’t have strong feelings one way or the other?   Just a thought.
  • ADAM SHERK  |  TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2009
    [Blog] Where Do You Want Your Social Media Press Releases to Live?
    Shining a Spotlight on Video News Webmaster Tools: Updates to Search queries, Parameter handling and Messages Twitter data lets NPR glimpse a future of app-loving news junkies Shared Items Disclaimer The opinions expressed on this blog are Adam Sherks own and do not necessarily reflect the views of his company or its clients. Home About Contact PR Publishing SEO Social Media Subscribe Adam Sherk Where Do You Want Your Social Media Press Releases to Live? But what caught my eye were the options for archiving releases and creating a custom newsroom. However there is also a downside.
    [Blog] Ford is Built Social Media Tough. Putting Ford in FORwarD Thinking
    Read more Social Media news on our blog. To be an Automotive Company or Dealership at this exact moment in time can be tough. Social Media has annexed all natural distribution of selling and altered the performance salespersons have perfected for years. It has become alarming to many, not identifying the purpose of talking to people online, generating content to share and setting up shop on things called social networks. Many still think Social Media’s sole purpose is for personal use and have yet unleashed its possibilities to gain when using social sites for business.
    [Blog] Connect Online and Offline Consumer Insights Using Analytics
    With the influx of blogs and consumer social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook, companies have a growing wealth of valuable information about how consumers are thinking about their products and services.  New technologies such as text mining and sentiment analysis are enabling companies to stream and compute the information from e-commerce sites and social media outlets (blogs, Twitter, etc.) More and more often, these sites provide in-your-face descriptions of consumer perceptions of your brand. Too few! Related Articles: What does Engagement Really Mean?
    [Blog] How to: Monetize your Brand on Instagram
    ways to monetize your brand through Instagram: Keep it Simple: Sometimes it’s easier just to provide a link to your blog and/or product link for consumers to find the item they want with one action. She will post links to the items on her blog, so she’s creating referral traffic for the brands not only from her instagram account through branded hashtags, but also through her style blog. 'Instagram is a fun, visual, and engaging channel for brands, influencers, and consumers. People love posting photos of their meals, outfits, pets, vacations, so on and so forth.
    [Blog] 3 Powerful Reasons Why Taking a Break Will Refuel Your Writing
    You can potentially create an incredible blog post, just with a few simple words or phrases you’ve jotted down. Organize your ideas and notes for relevant categories on your blog. Sometimes the notes that I write down are usually headlines or the first sentence of a blog post—the rest naturally flows, or at least kick-starts an idea. We are constantly thinking, constantly brainstorming, and constantly flooding our heads with superfluous information from blogs to books. Blogging is a newfound passion and I want to prove to the world that this is the best career.
    [Blog] Measurement, The Election and Upcoming Classes – Web Journal
    Just a brief post to mention how the election went (which I alluded to in my last post) – it seems like Nate Silver at Five Thirty Eight blog called the every state correctly and was wrong on just one senate race. I think that gives rise to the Quant as the election forecaster, something long predicted by none other than Eric Peterson. If anyone in the analytics space gets on the cover of Time Magazine, it’ll probably be Nate Silver. It was also interesting to see just how much hot air was in the entire election cycle, go to about 3 minutes in – ha ! That was priceless!
    [Blog] Meeting and Books and Webinars – all in one! Web Journal – August 23rd – August 25th, 2011
    And finally, in a very interesting stream of support over at WCG, where I lend support to their Analytics efforts, a stream of support along with a blog post I wrote. A lot happened yesterday including a breakfast meeting with author and director of the Advertising(Audience) Research Foundation - Stephen Rappaport and I, in midtown Manhattan, near the ARF’s offices. Here are some photos and a video. Stephen Rappaport and I having Breakfast along with a mystery guest – ha! After breakfast, Stephen took me on a short romp of the ARF’s offices near by.
    [Blog] What Are Your Creative Triggers?
    How does this creative trigger post make sense on a social media blog? What triggers do you use to put yourself into a highly creative state of mind? For this to have its greatest impact I would really like you to stop whatever mindless activity you are thinking of and follow a few simple steps. First stand up and take three deep breaths. Holding each breath for a few seconds will calm your mind. Go ahead and do it now! No one is watching! would enjoy having your positive attention for a few minutes before you develop your own creative triggers. Find your mental escape! Digg this!
    [Blog] How to Allow Search Engines to Index Your Facebook Profile
    If you are a regular reader of my blog, you might recall that I recently wrote about how to download your Facebook information and how Facebook has added a link for you to download your private Facebook information. As you may be aware, Facebook has, very publicly, said that they do not want search engines like Google and Bing to index your Facebook profile. have written before about how Facebook has had email privacy issues and all sorts of other privacy issues when it comes to the data that we put on our Facebook profiles. Facebook simply does not want Google to index their website.
    [Blog] This Post Isn’t Worth Your Time – Brave Now
    Look at this old blog post from 2004 about hiring an inner coach. I’ve spent a lot of my life being quite self-deprecating. “I haven’t done much” or “this isn’t really that big a deal” or “I have no idea why anyone would care.” lot of experiences in a row have really helped me come to see that you and I both have to stop with language that minimizes our intent and our capabilities. It’s time to be worthy. Our Inner Critic Shouldn’t Ever Be Given the Mic. I’ve been on to this for a long time. Go do what matters.
    [Blog] This Week in Location: 30 must read location-based articles from the past 7 days
    Blog Post. Local Social Media Marketing: How Your Peers Use Twitter, Facebook, And Blogs. Videos. schneidermike and @EricLeist check out SCVNGR rewards. Social Media Tulsa What is Whrrl. The real Facebook burglaries story. Pros And Cons Of Mobile Marketing. How Local Businesses can use Facebook Places. Plan and share your trips with Tripline. The U.S. is Catching Up to The World in the SMS Marketing Race. Nick’s Crispy Tacos offers free taco via mobile challenge. SCVNGR Debuts Web-Based, Self-Serve LBS Rewards Platform For Businesses. Today in Location Based Services and Apps.
    [Blog] Digg Starts The New Year Stagnant
    Follow Digg news on this social media blog. There has been hope building up surrounding for a few weeks now. Changes are rolling in nicely. Traffic seems to be steady and on the verge of climbing. Spam is all but gone. Today, a good chunk of that progress is overshadowed by the most stagnant homepage in, well, forever. 19 stories have been promoted to the top new section in the last 24 hours. Compared to the glory days of V3 when 90-140 would be promoted on a slow day, this doesn’t speak well for the struggling social news site. It isn’t the lack of news.
    [Blog] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #126
    " Clay Shirky does not blog. Instead, he posts long-form text-based content on his blog. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? " Teller (the quiet one) talks about magic and neuroscience. By breaking down a card trick, he reveals how easily our brains can be duped. It's a topic that's more and more mainstream, as everyone from politicians to marketers tries to manipulate us. It's also a reminder of how unfree free will is. Plus, cool trick." " (Alistair for Hugh). Magical times.
    [Blog] Apple Buying Topsy
    In her free time, she blogs at and works on continuing her education. 'Apple Inc., a company that has yet to enter the realm of social media, may be preparing for a game change in the future. The famous technology brand acquired a social media analytics firm called Topsy Labs Inc. early in December. Why the Purchase? With the announcement, many people are wondering about the reason or direction in which the traditionally tight-lipped technology giant may be heading. However, the company has offered no insight. Could Topsy Be an iAd Lifesaver? Apple’s Social Media Presence.
    [Blog] The Biggest Problem with @Yelp – They Don’t Reply Even After Four Months
    The post The Biggest Problem with @Yelp – They Don’t Reply Even After Four Months appeared first on Soshable | Social Media Blog. 'A few months ago I ate at a restaurant and wrote a review. It wasn’t a bad review – I believe I either gave the restaurant three or four stars out of five – but it wasn’t a triumphant, best-gyro-ever review, either. few days later I received an email from Yelp saying that the review had been removed “because it lacks a firsthand customer experience.” That’s not a big deal, actually. emailed several times.
    [Blog] Freedom and the 4th of July
    Original post can be found on Wikimotive’s blog by Daniel Hinds. 'The 4th of July is a time to celebrate our freedom as a country. We have cookouts, we drink beers, we set off fireworks, and we spend time with our loved ones. It’s usually one of my favorite days of the year, but so far, 2013 hasn’t given us a lot of freedom to celebrate. It’s been a strange time for our country, and it’s hard to know what to believe anymore. As marketers, data is the lifeblood of our industry. We gladly absorb what we can and use it to better create campaigns. See also: RSA.
    [Blog] How Checklists Make You Smarter – The Works
    The second kind of checklist would be repeatable processes, which you might use for projects like creating your newsletter, or publishing your blog, or doing the actual guts of the work that relates to your business. “Discovering” something that everyone else knows about is like planting your nation’s flag in the flower bed at the mall and feeling accomplished for the effort. Checklists are what drives one through The Works. Checklists Push You To Cover More Ground. We are driven by a need to feel accomplishment that comes from some place far back in our primal days.
    [Blog] I Wish Chris Brogan Would
    Chris’s blog posts are too short. Chris’s blog posts are too long. I wish Chris Brogan would write more about marketing. wish he’d talk more about social media for nonprofits. wish Chris would write more about software (and why I don’t ). Chris doesn’t cover social media. Chris writes too much about himself. Chris is too into money and not spiritual. Chris takes , takes , takes. He is aloof. He forgets where he comes from. wish Chris Brogan would… And While I Have Your Attention. Please swing by and skip something to feed hungry kids
  • THE WAY OF THE WEB  |  TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2011
    [Blog] Thoughts from a disconnected weekend…
    I’m not going to suggest that everyone should give up technology to go and live in a mud hut by the beach, but I will say that I was really glad of a break from the constant rollercoaster ride of working, blogging, meeting, working, reading,working etc to spend some time concentrating on the two most important people in my life. Sure I’d have quite liked to have watched the Formula One race at the weekend on demand, having missed it live, but the main things I missed were: Sharing my thoughts on my blog, and any conversation that occurred.
    [Blog] One Thing is Clear About F8 - the Focus of a Facebook Conference is on Relationships
    Disclosure: Facebook comp'd me a press pass for this since I'm an author of Facebook developer books and blog about Facebook. I just finished my 3rd consecutive Facebook F8 developers conference. While I missed the first one (I followed it remotely though), the Facebook conferences I have attended thus far just get better year to year. This year was no exception. noticed something this year though, reflecting on years past and other, non-Facebook conferences I've attended in the past. That understanding bleeds into everything they do, and that includes their conferences.
    [Blog] Klout fails again, making Apple pizza and staying simple
    Failed Klout Perks, A True Story – If you tune into this blog on a regular basis, or at least this week, you probably heard my tale of Klout offering me free booze , but not really since they had a whoopsie. Hey folks welcome to this week’s edition of Five for Friday , making its return after me spending a week without the Internet. How was your week? For me the week was one big blur of head-down awesomeness to an extent along with a whole bunch of odd and annoying things popping up. Hope you’ve got some great plans, be safe and have a great weekend. Social Recruiting: 55% of U.S.
    [Blog] Floors, Contractors, And Customer Service…Oh My.
    And I wasn’t sure whether it belonged on this blog or not, because it’s not so much about social anything as it is about good (and bad) business. My actual dining room, crammed with stuff. This is a bit of a long story from The Renovation Chronicles, so forgive me that. You won’t hurt my feelings if you skip it. But I’ve had *such* an adventure as part of my year’s worth of home renovation that I couldn’t resist sharing it. think there’s a powerful lesson or two in it at the very end that I learned the hard way. The Backstory. No thanks.). Saved.
    [Blog] Which Company is Most Useful to You?
    For more on Nestivity, check out this excellent summary blog post from Kristi Hines. 'Image from Youtility is marketing so useful, people would pay for it ( tweet this ) It’s a necessity for all businesses now, forced to compete for attention not just against other companies selling the same stuff, but against everyone and everything. In this hyper-competitive era, you don’t break through the clutter by shouting the loudest, you get noticed by being truly and inherently useful. Like this guy, whose massively useful video on shucking corn has generated 7.5
    [Blog] Don’t Be a Social Media Guinea Pig
    Don’t Be a Social Media Guinea Pig is a post from: Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting. When it comes to social media, there are few sure bets. One thing’s certain, however:  people go nuts for new stuff. Show someone the latest gizmo, doodad, or whatchamacallit dubbed the “Next Big Thing,” and it will be very difficult for him or her to resist the urge to jump aboard. There’s something a little crazy, however, about this lust for what’s new. Why can’t we resist the allure of the Next Big Thing?
    [Blog] Google+ vs. Facebook – the Motivation
    You can read his blog at DFSSocialCorner. On July 1st Google released it’s 4th social network project. After the failures of Orkut, Google Wave and Google Buzz, Google presented the new promising social platform – Google+. During the last few days, hundreds of articles describing Google+ were published. won’t describe here the functionality of the new social network, since I haven’t experienced it personally. All my knowledge about it derives from the demo available on the Google site and the reviews mentioned above. Not only the images search has weaknesses.
    [Blog] Rethinking the Future of Business
    Yes I have created blog post about how 3D printing will change the customer role , but it is more than that.we The economies of scale principle has been at the heart of most management strategies. It worked and still works for value lines. But things are changing and with the growth of 3d printers not just  at the maker level but also as part of the production line, brands will have to rethink their value proposition. Once it was great that consumers could afford items through mass production. We need to think about the future differently. are on the verge of a new networked economy.
    [Blog] The Rise in the Informal Economy
    They can grow an audience without a media budget - blogging, twitter , facebook. The informal economy is growing and that is why The Engaging Brand podcast is looking wider than traditional business models , such as crowdfunding and 3D printing - the future will see many of these informal economies replace or enhance the traditional business model. Makeshift point to an estimated informal economy of $10 trillion , employing 80% of people in emerging markets and fastest growing economy in the world! In fact if a country then it would have the 2nd highest GDP in the world.
    [Blog] Measuring your social output
    Whether it is the size or an email list or subscribers to your blog’s RSS feed. This is post is part of the Institutionalizing Social Media series. To see previous installments or to learn more about the series, click here. As you begin to put your social media plan into action , perhaps the biggest thing that you need to do aside from the rollout is to establish what you are measuring. Now, the metrics can be different for each entity within your company, but you need have something that you can measure and benchmark against. So where do you start? Audience. Engagement. Subscriptions.
    [Blog] Trends That Should Be a Part of Your Social Media Marketing Training in the Coming Year
    The campaign also generated a lot of interest across fashion blogs, Israeli news and a broadcast network. 'This is the best time to co-opt a social media course to get your marketing team up and running by developing its social media marketing skills. But social media is a series of dynamic entities that are constantly changing. So it will also help to make your in-house team aware of the newest Google algorithms rolled in, the latest popular social media that customers are spending their time on and ways to make their social media training go a long way. Snapchat for Marketing May Work.
    [Blog] Implementing Enterprise 2.0 at Vistaprint Part Four: The Future.
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Implementing Enterprise 2.0 blog comments powered by Disqus Connect with me Subscribe to Social Media RSS RSS About Jacob Email Me Jacob Morgan is the Principal of Chess Media Group , a social business consultancy that works with medium and enterprise companies on developing Enterprise 2.0, If you enjoy traveling be sure to check out Jacobs travel blog. series.  Today, we’re going to wrap things up by discussing the future of Enterprise 2.0 The future of Enterprise 2.0
    [Blog] Nintendo Sends C&D to Digg Over April Fools’ Joke
    Read more on this social media blog. Blast. Social news site Digg was just “having a little fun&# when they decided to put Mario in many of their Diggbar links. Nintendo disagreed and sent a cease and desist letter to Digg asking them to remove their trademarked character from use on their site. The letter below, leaked to us by a trusted source, indicates that Nintendo is concerned about “the marketing or sale of your products & services.&# This story is developing. We will update as more information is made available. * * *. Share it. The world should know: Blast.
  • THE WAY OF THE WEB  |  SUNDAY, MAY 2, 2010
    [Blog] Not sure how to monetise your eyeballs?
    TheWayoftheWeb The digital convergence of media, entertainment, marketing and PR front page archives about RSS Click below for the WayoftheWeb bookstore The Blogroll A Shel of Myself Chris Brogan Currybetdotnet Eaon Pritchard Faster Future Gaping Void Howard Owens Jaffe Juice Jonathan MacDonald KDPaine’s PR Measurement Blog Michael Leis – Digital Strategy Nick Burcher Occam’s Razor Web Analytics blog Only Dead Fish Seth Godin Simon Collister – Networked Society Teaching Online Journalism The Herd The Obvious? and Mashable and CNN. This won’t change.
    [Blog] Free SEO and Social Media Tools Manufacturers Should Know About
    What sets it apart, though, is the fact that it also has metrics for measuring the performance of your blog. When you provide your URL and e-mail address, the tool scans and analyzes all of your social media accounts and blogs. SEO and social media tools are important tools in evaluating your performance. Today we have a guest post by Emma-Julia Fox from Pitstop Media that outlines some of the free ones available. Enjoy. Manufacturers and business owners are always on the look out for smart SEO and social media tools that can help them increase their visibility as well as ROI.
    [Blog] Facebook Ads: Do They Work?
    The Facebook Page for my personal blog is certainly popular enough, but what would I really offer? 'There are many ways to market your business website. You can do so through paid search, print ads or outdoor advertising, just to name a few. Broadcasting you business name, products, services or brand has never been easier. just didn’t have many clients willing to play along. few weeks ago though, I received a free Facebook advertising opportunity after my Page reached a certain number of “Likes.” ” At first I too was stumped. What did I get you ask? We can help.
    [Blog] If You Did SXSW Right
    In #2, sort through who you really want to stay connected with, and send them a LinkedIn request, find them on Twitter, get their blog into your RSS reader, and throw them a really quick “Great Seeing You&# email, and then throw the card away. If you are landing in your city of choice and are setting about the business of resetting yourself back to the workaday life after attending the big spring break for geeks, South By Southwest, then what you might consider doing next is probably what matters most. mean after you kiss the kids/dog/girlfriend/fish, of course. Sort Your Cards.
    [Blog] Five for Friday
    Social Media is NOT as Popular as You Think – Despite popular belief and the online habits of most readers of this blog, social media is not as popular as it may seem. The Weird Thing I Want You To Do On My Blog – This is a guest post on Danny Brown’s blog from Michael Schechter that stirred up a heated debate in the comments on selling premium content and giving things away on blogs. Four Reasons You’re Not a Media Company – Everyone can blog, the real question is should they? Man, I love short weeks. Well that or I will be losing what hair I have on my head.
  • SOSHABLE  |  FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2011
    [Blog] “Permanent” Traffic Doesn’t Exist on the Web
    One popular iPhone blog owner told me his reasoning for using Digg and other social media platforms had more to do with greater visibility in Google search results, particularly in news. What do people think social media professionals do for a living? They are not wizards like Gandalf. They can’t raise their staff and command visitors to become permanent residents of a site. If Gandalf had his way, all visitors would stay onsite. OK let’s say a digital strategist gets the visitors to a site. Good enough. They shouldn’t be mad because the bounce rate is high. Be patient.
    [Blog] 0-60 Series: Day 14 - Launch
    0-60 Series: Day Four - Homework: Blog Posting Practice. In this series, we will cover some of the first 60 days of integrating social media into your overall business and marketing strategy. These trainings are designed to be completed in an hour (after all we have businesses to run). Congratulations.  Today is launch day. This will be a "soft launch" rather than a "grand opening" as we still have a few things to work on. However, you'll be producing content as if you had thousands of readers. And you will soon. Many a launch day has folks struggling with perfectionism. Don't. Have fun.
  • ALEX BLOM  |  MONDAY, JUNE 8, 2009
    [Blog] knowing when to pull back
    AlexBlom (Alexander Blom) Twitter Comment New Blog: Knowing when to pull back, [link to post] - Posted using Chat Catcher blog comments powered by Disqus GET UPDATES Did you know? How to Build & Sell Through a Community Part 2: Why? Pivoting (for those who don’t know what/why) It’s all in the build-up A quick and dirty study on Social Media Alex Blom Digital & Social Media Marketing, Toronto Home About Consulting Contact Me Knowing when to pull back by Alexander Blom on June 8, 2009 in Thoughts, tips & advice , Tidbits Spread it! sleep. WordPress Admin
    [Blog] Major in the Right College Choices
    You can read blog posts; follow the school on Twitter and ‘like’ their Facebook page to learn as much as you can. 'Choosing a college major is one of the toughest decisions you’ll ever make. It determines the type of career you’ll have, the salary you’ll make and how you’ll be spending your work days throughout your life. Do you want to work in an office or perhaps in a hospital? Do you like working with numbers or prefer to be creative? Is upward mobility important to you? All of these questions, and more, must be asked. How to choose the right major.
    [Blog] Catch the Wave
    If you’re launching a blog, or prepping for a new sale, or whatever it is your business does, try using Wave as a collaboration space. I’m surprised that very many people aren’t using Google Wave for their collaboration efforts. think it’s a really simple, decent, powerful tool to capture conversational elements and to collaborate. I’m using it to build out my new company. I’m using it to work on projects with clever people. I’m using it to talk about the new book with Julien. I’m using it to integrate Rob Hatch into my new company.
    [Blog] Over Half of the Internet is Posting Photos and Videos
    The post Over Half of the Internet is Posting Photos and Videos appeared first on Soshable | Social Media Blog. 'Everyone is a content producer or distributor nowadays, or so it seems. The real numbers are astounding; according to Pew, 54% of US internet users post their images or videos online. The rise of smartphones has put a camera within reach all the time. The increase in the ease of posting on social networks like Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat have made it as simple as the push of a couple of touchscreen buttons. Read More: The Next Web. Related articles.
    [Blog] Building is Sexy
    Subscribers to the blog will get the first 1/3 of the story. To cover this, I’m going to do a blog series, newsletter series, a free webinar, and then package the “making of&# this project, and finally release an ebook with even more information on the process. I’ll put links to the individual blog posts on this page. I’m starting a series called Building is Sexy. Subscribers to my free newsletter will get the other 2/3 of the story as it unfolds. The Package. Watch This Space. The more I add to the project, the more valuable this page will be.
    [Blog] Streamline Your SEO Efforts With Expired Domains
    The advantage of buying expired domains is that these domains can help you boost your rankings in the markets you are already in to drive more leads and subscribers to your blog. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger. This guest post is by Matt Green of  Evergreen Internet Marketers. Have you ever thought or heard about buying aged domains to boost your SEO efforts? Well the results can be staggering. lot of the top marketers in the industry have been doing this for years and have been dominating their markets! Not sure what an aged domain name is? Benefit #1. Benefit #2.
    [Blog] What makes a person charismatic? - The Engaging Brand
    Blog powered by TypePad Member since 04/2006 Search Connect with me on Social Media Training Hire me Subscribe in a reader Recent Posts Show 303 - The New Social Learning Concept How Not to Become Boring. The Engaging Brand Home Podcast Online Social Media Training Speaking Contact & Bio Subscribe/RSS « Show 274 - How to succeed as an entrepreneur | Main | Show 275 - How to stay younger and feel sharper » What makes a person charismatic? was thinking today about how lucky I am, having been surrounded all my life by charismatic people. They were empathetic. They had energy.
    [Blog] The Best To-Do List
    If I am doing an interview for a podcast, blog post, book, etc. 'How do you handle your To-Do list? I''ve been stressing over my to-do list. How about you? It''s funny, I''m not stressed over the growth of it and the activities that I need to get done. I''m actually stressing over the actual/physical list. Let me explain. used to carry around a hard cover Moleskine notebook that I loved dearly. It had everything in it from to-do lists to book ideas to client meeting notes to random thoughts gathered at a conference and so on. was also an early adopter of Evernote. was screwed. again?
    [Blog] Selling Soft, Willy Loman
    Look at your Twitter stream, how many mentions of a (client), self-Tweeting blog post or folks re-Tweeting of people passing along their blog posts? The same holds true seeing a blog post or client mention. If you produce great content for your blog or land a great hit, share away, just do it in moderation. You can also subscribe to the blog to ensure you receive the latest posts. « Previous Post Next Post » [link] Tweets that mention Selling Soft, Willy Loman | Jeff Esposito’s Blog — [.] Don’t believe me?
    [Blog] A Rose By Any Other Name…Might Not Be As Marketable | Spin Sucks
    17, 2010 #FollowFriday: The Bike Whisperer A Rose By Any Other Name…Might Not Be As Marketable Blog: Share Your Link Love Spinonomics Attire Not Appropriate for Public Speaking Arment Dietrich Is No Longer a PR Firm? The Ghost Blogging Debate The Age-Old Question: Can I Pick Your Brain? Blog Roll Book Rec. While Juliet surely meant well when she said to Romeo, “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet,” she might not have been very concerned about how marketable the flower was. Yes, her toenails. My client and I share a love. it is!
    [Blog] Facebook will not replace websites
    If you are putting in the blood, sweat and tears to build up your web presence for your business or building a blog you want to have ownership of it. Over the past few weeks, I have seen chatter suggesting that Facebook fan pages will replace websites for companies and individuals. Stephen Haines of Facebook notes , “companies’ interactions with their customers could take place so often on Facebook that company websites would fall by the wayside,” but I am not buying it. See Facebook’s T&C ). With Facebook, you are at the mercy of their developers and servers.
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