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    [Comments] This tool will fix your diary management
    d love to know, just reply in the comments below and share your secrets! 'As you know I’m a big fan of anything which streamlines processes and saves my precious time ( read more here about how I work a 30 hour week). Plus, when I find something worth shouting about, I do it! Helping other small business owners utilise the amazing www so that they can grow their business and spend more time doing what they love is what gets me going. So, let’s talk scheduling appointments…. For service based businesses, it’s usually a royal pain in the ass. Agreed? Please stop right now!
    [Comments] Help! How do I grow my email list?
    Share in the comment below to inspire us! 'You’ve done the work. Created a juicy free something of value to grow your email list of willing subscribers. Maybe a. downloadable how-to guide. series of educational audios. free mini session. discount code. Your call to action is proudly displayed on your website encouraging sign ups. You’ve written the welcome email and tested the customer journey. You’ve done all the background techy stuff in your email marketing software. Everything is ready to start collecting names and email addresses. But HOW do you actually grow your list? This is you.
  • ABSOLUTE PA  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 2014
    [Comments] Is Measuring Your Social Media Success a Big, Fat Time Suck?
    Share with me in the comments below. 'If you spend enough time online using social media to market your business , researching ways to market your business and absorbing advice in forums that help you market your business, chances are you’ve read plenty about the importance of measuring your social media success. You may even have a list of tools to help you track what works, what doesn’t, and a whole bunch of other neat stuff. What’s more,  these tools are usually free. Great! Great! Where do I sign up? To Measure or Not to Measure. But your business does not depend on it. Your Turn.
    [Comments] The Power of Personal
    Simple: put the personal focus onto others: Your readers and commenters: by doing regular Q&A posts, highlighting their contributions to your blog and niche, and so on. Industry leaders: quoting them is a good start, but why not interview them yourself , add commentary or opinion on their comments, and include publicly usable photos and videos of them? Share your tips and advice with us in the comments. This week, we’ve got a couple of intriguing blog posts coming up that deal with bloggers’ personal stories. Personal stories are big. We have reality t.v.
    [Comments] Turn Twitter Followers into Blog Subscribers in 2 Steps
    And if you have any difficulties, you can always ask in the comments section. Let me know in the comments. This guest post is by Momekh of LifeETC. Too many interesting people out their are not using Twitter effectively. They may be using it to make solid connections, which is great, but they are not using it to directly build their own communities. propose a little experiment. It won’t take much of your time, as you’ll see. The benefits, on the other hand, can be significant. In all probabilities, your Twitter bio includes the web address of your site. Ready? First, a reminder.
    [Comments] Friendgiftr Lets You Send Gift Cards on Any Social Network or Social Media Website
    Introducing our network of gift card storefronts across numerous social networking sites is a game-changing step forward in the commercialization of social media,” commented Rob Carpenter, Friendgiftr CEO. Subscribe to the comments for this post? If you are like me and you spend quite a bit of time hanging out on social networks and social media websites online, then you know that your friends’ and family members’ birthdays and other special occasions tend to pop up out of nowhere, and you are left to scramble and purchase something online and send it to them.
    [Comments] Ford Sets Record for Biggest Tweetup Ever
    pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact Ford Sets Record for Biggest Tweetup Ever by Pam Dyer on December 3, 2009 Share Setting a Guinness World Record is a classic way to drum up publicity. One of my favorites of the holiday variety was the largest-ever gathering of Santa Clauses , when almost 13,000 people in Northern Ireland dressed up as Santa or Santa’s helper — nothing says Christmas like a sea of Kris Kringles. A tweetup is any gathering of two or more people who know each other through Twitter.) million miles and generated more than 3.7
    [Comments] How to Properly Redirect a Domain Name and Get Link Credit
    Subscribe to the comments for this post? I recently received an email from Duane Long asking a question about redirecting a domain name that he had recently purchased. He is trying to redirect the domain name so that he can get the proper link credit; so that the links from the domain name he bought is credited to his current, live website. Here is his email and my detailed response to him. Hello Bill, You have a very informative site and thank you for being there for us. recently purchased an expired domain name to take advantage of it’s many incoming links. What happened ???
    [Comments] Stop Reading, Start Doing. Now.
    I’d love to hear in the comments what’s on your list, or what you’ve done recently that has really worked. 'I’m going to hazard a guess that you are here at because you want to know how to make a blog a success. With a successful blog, you can make some money, right? With the knowledge you glean from here and other places, you’re hoping to take your blog to the next level. But I think that’s where a lot of us get stuck. With the knowledge. But we may also stop short of actually putting that knowledge into practice. And you know what?
    [Comments] Email Lists: Make them a Priority in 2015 with These Tips
    Interact more in the comment section. Leave a comment below and let’s see what you have to offer to the Problogger community. 'Last year, Luke Guy ran us through why our email open rates are nosediving, and what we can do about it. He also gave us solid tips on how to write great emails to begin with. We’re re-running this post today so you can nail your email list right from the start 2015. You won’t regret it! This is a guest contribution from Luke Guy, blogger and graphic designer. But how do these blogs retain the traffic and keep a steady flow? Right? But why?
    [Comments] Was Eleven Years Of Relentless Blogging Worth It?
    So, before I say thank you for sticking with me over the years, I also want to apologize if you didn''t receive some kind of public acknowledgement from me because you did share, retweet, comment or simply whisper my name to someone else. 'It was eleven years ago today. Actually, that''s a bit of a lie. started blogging eleven years ago yesterday. It wasn''t every day (at first), but quickly - over time - the pace picked up. It was less about driving traffic, building audience and studying analytics, and much more about disbelief. That''s right, disbelief. My own place to publish. words.
    [Comments] Standing Out on the Social Web
    Looking forward to your comments! After over one year of writing and editing, and with many bouts of writers’ block behind me, my book Stand Out Social Marketing will be released on November 9, 2012 (you can download a complimentary chapter, courtesy of Awareness, Inc. here ).  As you can imagine, writing this book was a project that took significant time to complete and was made especially stressful with a young son at home and a daughter who was born three months into the writing process.  The single most common question I am asked when people learn that I wrote a book is ‘ why?
    [Comments] Wow, what a story!
    Little does he know that I remember that comment to this day.  Isn’t social media cool?  Since I graduated college in 1992, I’ve been involved with two of the biggest fundamental shifts in communications in our history, mobile phones and social media.  I started selling cellular telephones in 1994 for BellSouth Mobility and just left that industry last. summer. started dabbling in social media since that time and I have uncovered a new found passion. Long story short, six months later, I’ve started my own social media consulting company (I think that’s kind of cool too.  love technology. 
  • DIGIGEN  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 2010
    [Comments] Five Ways Brands Can Drive Social Commerce
    The social graph is what Facebook’s hopes and dreams are built upon, yet to date there aren’t hugely obvious examples of how the social graph dream is going to accelerate social commerce. Clearly, as a Head of Social Media, social commerce is something I am keen to get my brands to test, formulate learnings and grow. Yet, there are few businesses really genuinely thinking about the way to do this. In order to make social media consistently valuable to clients it needs to deliver a genuine ROI and without social commerce it is difficult how to prove this.
    [Comments] You’re a Human, Act Like It.
    Whether you’re writing a blog post, responding in a forum thread, leaving a comment on a blog, interacting on Twitter (or Facebook, or Google+, or Reddit, or whatever) you’ll have most success when you identify who you are and what brings you to the conversation. 'Audiences are made of people, they aren’t made of logos. And when building an audience, you must connect with other people as a person, not as a logo. There are very few that can succeed while ignoring this basic mantra. According to the law of averages, you are not one of them. In sales, people buy from who they like.
    [Comments] Building Momentum with Digital Influencers
    A: Many major influencers have so many followers that they don’t have the time or bandwidth to respond to each comment, retweet or content share. 'Q: My company is on social media, but I don’t have. many followers or fans. Where do I start? A: The first step to bolstering your brand’s digital image via social media is identifying and engaging key “digital influencers” in the industry. Q: Who are these digital influencers? They''re like a large-scale, digital version of a trusted friend who offers advice or recommendations — and typically they aren''t trying to sell anything. Never fear!
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, MAY 16, 2011
    [Comments] 5 Tornado Ingredients that’ll Ensure Your Next Post Turns Viral
    It forces you to leave a red-hot comment. It hogs traffic and steals comments. Read their comments and blog posts. This guest post is by Martyn Chamberlin of You know what it’s like to blunder into an article that seizes your attention? do mean seize. Not something that charms your gaze for thirty seconds, then falls apart. mean something you are absolutely compelled to read. Don’t misunderstand me to mean flicking through the bullets and skimming some juice. I’m talking about the business of being perfectly glued to every word.
  • ENGAGE  |  MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 2015
    [Comments] What Content Marketing and Teaching Burpees Have in Common
    That comment also got me thinking about how a group fitness class is a lot like content marketing. 'I recently became a certified group fitness instructor and began teaching classes at my gym. After the first class, I mulled over every detail — what I did well, what I forgot to do, what I could have done better and what I should never do again. mentioned to a fitness trainer that an avid gym member I always see working out and taking part in classes had attended my first class. He said, “If she comes back, you’ll know you did a good job.” I immediately panicked. know — sounds crazy.
    [Comments] Improve Your Blog Tomorrow (And Beyond), Part 1
    Every time I talk about monetizing blogs by selling a product of your own, I get comments from bloggers telling me that they’re thinking of, planning to, or wondering if they should launch a product of their own. Yesterday I gave an example of something I’d been putting off doing to improve my blog —even though I knew it would have long-term benefits. Today I want to continue on that theme and being to suggest a number of areas that bloggers could be investing time into today—and enjoying payoffs from in the future. Create a Product. Have you created a product of your own?
  • JOEY STRAWN  |  FRIDAY, JULY 2, 2010
    [Comments] Be There or Be Foursquare
    What would be the benefits of allowing more interaction between members with comments, tasks, or Foursquare meet-ups? Digg Digg “But it wasn’t a dream, it was a place. And you and you and you…and you were there [and I unlocked my Swarm badge on Foursquare]. Dorothy Gale. Okay, so it’s possible I added that last part of Dorothy’s quote myself, but I’m betting it will be a likely addition when Disney re-makes the movie and casts Hillary Duff in the lead role. Where’s Waldo? Why Don’t You Check His Foursquare Profile? Over 500,000 users.
  • JOEY STRAWN  |  FRIDAY, JULY 2, 2010
    [Comments] Be There or Be Foursquare
    What would be the benefits of allowing more interaction between members with comments, tasks, or Foursquare meet-ups? Digg Digg “But it wasn’t a dream, it was a place. And you and you and you…and you were there [and I unlocked my Swarm badge on Foursquare]. Dorothy Gale. Okay, so it’s possible I added that last part of Dorothy’s quote myself, but I’m betting it will be a likely addition when Disney re-makes the movie and casts Hillary Duff in the lead role. Where’s Waldo? Why Don’t You Check His Foursquare Profile? Over 500,000 users.
    [Comments] I’m The New Stephen King
    You could do that on Twitter (probably the easiest way with things like #FollowFriday), you cold use Google Blog Search or Digg to find articles from people you respect and start commenting on those blogs (check out my blogroll if you want some good places to start too). Digg Digg I found this writing analysis yesterday where you post a segment of your writing and it compares it to classical and modern writers to see whose style you most closely resemble. After I inserted a few blog posts, here was what my badge looked like: I write like. Stephen King. Analyze your writing!
    [Comments] Content Hunters: Social Media Edition
    Leave your comments and let me know how you feel. Digg Digg My wife and I moved into our first house last September. The process we went through to find the house lasted about 4 months, caused many marital disputes, 3 abandonments of looking at houses all and hundreds of miles put on my car. It was one of the most enjoyably terrible experiences of my life, but one thing that came out of it was an unfounded appreciation for the show House Hunters on HGTV. Alright, alright, I freaking love that show now…Man Card revoked.). It sounds super exciting, doesn’t it?
  • JOEY STRAWN  |  TUESDAY, JULY 27, 2010
    [Comments] But To Read Is Devine
    Whatever it may be, leave your thoughts in the comments, I love to read them. Digg Digg This past week I participated in an experiment put forth by Justin Kownacki and Ian M Rountree called #ReadItAll Week. I’m not going to completely restate how it works, but feel free to read Justin’s explanation here. The gist of it is this: take the time to read every single post that comes into your Reader (Google Reader for me) this week and analyze how long it takes you in order to re-assess if what you read is 1) helpful 2) unique 3) educational, or 4) worth your time. added 3 blogs.
    [Comments] The 3 Essential Components to My Online Publishing Business: Blogging, Social, and Email
    While these things also happen on the blog in comments, I find increasingly that people want to connect and converse off my blog. The integration of social media and email with blogging is a pretty topical dilemma for a lot of people, so let’s hear your views in the comments. As bloggers, we’re always under time pressure to do more. Whether it’s releasing a product or engaging with users on a new social network, the blogger’s task list can seem overwhelming sometimes. Recently on #blogchat we had a discussion about where social media fits into blogging.
    [Comments] 7 Emotions that Trigger Reader Action
    As bloggers, many of us are interested in getting our readers active in different ways (commenting, linking to our posts, sharing them on Twitter, buying our products, and so on), so writing in a way that connects with readers’ emotions is something we might want to think about. I love getting comments like that—it shows that I’ve done something to snap readers out of a zombie-like state. Image by Anna Gay. Earlier in the week I wrote an email to ProBlogger PLUS subscribers that talked about deepening reader engagement by aiming at the hearts of your readers. Anger.
    [Comments] Tips from Communities Demonstrating Sustainable Technology Adaptation
    Comments may be used in the final edition. The following content is based on original interviews with: Randy Paynter , Founder, Care2. Peggy Duvette , Executive Director, Wiser Earth. Patrick Crane , Vice President of Marketing, LinkedIn. Richard Binhammer , Director of Digital Media, Digital Corporate Communications, Dell. Carie Lewis , Director of Emerging Media, Humane Society of America. Thank you to all five for taking the time to answer my questions. In the cases of Care2 and LinkedIn, their communities existed well before Twitter and Facebook came to prominence.
    [Comments] Oops! Sorry, We Goofed
    Sorry, We Goofed : Comments Oops! Recent Comments Seo Services on Typepad vs Wordpress Series - Own Your Blog Jeff Korhan on Authenticity Guidelines Supra Skytop II on A Social Networking Theory Walter Adamson on 5 Ways to Make Your Blog Posts Outstanding Walter Adamson on Authenticity Guidelines Jeff Korhan on What Does Your Blog Writing Style Say About You? » August 31, 2010 Oops! Sorry, We Goofed If you have been receiving emails that apologize for minor mistakes made in emails previously sent from the same source, then you are not alone.  I wondered.
    [Comments] What brings life
    life : Comments What brings We know this in our personal lives, and the people who succeed at work realise It is not what you offer as a boss, it is what you offer as a person It is not what you offer product wise, it is what you offer experience wise It is not what you say you will do that matters, it is what you actually do It is not what you say or do, it is of you made them feel Free Podcast Google Search Join me on Twitter Facebook Fan Page The Engaging Brand on Facebook Our Community Recent Comments ANSHUL GUPTA on How Not to Become Boring.
    [Comments] Show 281 - The Google Way
    How you can listen to the Engaging Brand 1) You can listen on your PC now without downloading any software just click hear to listen to the latest marketing podcast 2) You can subscribe to the show via iTunes or 3) If you use a different podcatcher then you can subscribe using the following  [link] Free Podcast Google Search Join me on Twitter Facebook Fan Page The Engaging Brand on Facebook Our Community Recent Comments ANSHUL GUPTA on How Not to Become Boring. Main | Are you thinking forward? Try GoToMeeting FREE for 30 days. We talk about Why is there a fascination with Google?
    [Comments] Why I love uncertainty
    We just need to understand What uncertainties our customers face How we can provide support for those uncertainties Provide it better than anyone else Keep thinking about new uncertainties because as we help solve them ,then we need to create new opportunities to help create the brand premium of the future Free Podcast Google Search Join me on Twitter Facebook Fan Page The Engaging Brand on Facebook Our Community Recent Comments ANSHUL GUPTA on How Not to Become Boring. Business thrives on helping or supporting customers with uncertainty, business makes profits from uncertainty.
    [Comments] Show 295 - Tony Hsieh on Delivering Happiness at Zappos - The.
    How you can listen to the Engaging Brand 1) You can listen on your PC now without downloading any software just click hear to listen to the latest marketing podcast 2) You can subscribe to the show via iTunes or 3) If you use a different podcatcher then you can subscribe using the following  [link] Free Podcast Google Search Join me on Twitter Facebook Fan Page The Engaging Brand on Facebook Our Community Recent Comments ANSHUL GUPTA on How Not to Become Boring. Main | Are we born not to be compatible.? Kathy Garolsky on Social media can be your brand trigger!
    [Comments] 4 Tips When You Find Thinking Hard! - The Engaging Brand
    Comments 4 Tips When You Find Thinking Hard! Free Podcast Google Search Join me on Twitter Facebook Fan Page The Engaging Brand on Facebook Our Community Recent Comments ANSHUL GUPTA on How Not to Become Boring. The Engaging Brand Home Podcast Online Social Media Training Speaking Contact & Bio Subscribe/RSS « Show 302 - How Imitation Compliments Innovation | Main | How Not to Become Boring. » 4 Tips When You Find Thinking Hard! Thinking is at the core of what I much so that some days my brain just doesn't want to think anymore! Engaging Brand Podcast
    [Comments] A Work Of Cinematic Proportions
    And while you can blame a vision like that on the drugs or the booze (and I can't comment whether or not either of those played a factor in the creation of the vision for The Joshua Tree), it gave me immediate pause to stop and think about the work we put out into the world as marketers. How often do you really (and truly) push yourself? On my flight home from the Media Bistro Socialize event in New York City yesterday, I watched an in-flight documentary on the making of the album, The Joshua Tree , by U2. it was hard to be a true fan of both bands). Hindsight is another story. artist.
    [Comments] How I Tweaked my WordPress Blog to Rank Better in the Search Engines
    decided to turn my static-page reference site into an online magazine instead, and to feature articles that would encourage social activity where people would be allowed to leave comments. Share your favorite tip with us in the comments. This guest post is by Jonathan of NutraSol Natural Center. As bloggers and website owners, improving our websites is an absolute must, and search engine optimization is important if we want to get more traffic through search engines. have been familiar with SEO since before I started my first blog on professional business strategies.
    [Comments] Build Your Brand a Social Content Ladder in 5 Steps | Blogging and.
    Skip to content Skip to navigation Skip to footer Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting Social Media Strategy Blog Social Media Consulting Blog Social Media Consulting Speaking Newsletter Free Social Media Tools Twitter Interviews About Lijit Search Build Your Brand a Social Content Ladder in 5 Steps April 6th, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet Sure, social media takes a lot of time, but probably not as much time as you think. Thanks so much for the commenting. Here are 5 steps to get there: 1. Not found. From fans? GREAT INFO!
    [Comments] Social Media Metrics
    I’ll give you my take, and what we tend to work from at New Marketing Labs , and then you’re welcome to point out different opinions in the comments section. Ones I’m not so sure of: Comments – it’s great that people comment. If you want good social media metrics to track, be sure to pick the right ones. quick disclaimer: it depends what you’re hoping to accomplish as to which metrics you might want to track. Social Media Metrics? First, which metrics from social media do you think are important to begin with? Did anyone buy? like sales.
    [Comments] From Hanmer MSL Social Konnect: 360 Degree Marketing Redux
    This new mendate for public relations agencies is very much in sync with the comments made by P&G’s global marketing head Marc Pritchard at a recent event where he said that”PR is the key to build meaningful relationships with consumers (and) turn consumers into customers and customers into brand ambassadors.”. I recently wrote an article on how the social web is changing 360 degree marketing, for Hanmer MSL ‘s magazine Social Konnect: Here is the full text of the article: 360 Degree Marketing Redux: How the Social Web is Changing the Marketing Communications Ecosystem.
    [Comments] Australia: ABC Four Corners and Q and A
    Here’s the Twitter #QandA info from ABC -click through to comments for more. I headed off to the ABC Studios in Ultimo Sydney for Q and A last night thinking that there would be a high energy after the Four Corners broadcast. And there was. guess I wanted to know more than anything else this: What else could the money be spent on? Are there solutions that  don’t need $40million to block  100,000 pages out of billions that are not easily  routed around and that won’t limit free speech on important community issues such as euthanasia, what -is-art and abortion? Then pow!
    [Comments] The 4 Marketing Metrics Mandates
    can tell you at what times of day more people click links on Twitter, and I can tell you how many people commented on a Facebook status update. Tweet There are four mandates that companies are adopting when they are examining and analyzing the success of their online marketing and social media programs. recently gave a presentation to the Measured Marketing Roundtable at Techpoint , Indiana’s technology and economic development association, that outlines these new metric must-dos. The 4 Modern Metrics Mandates. View more presentations from Jay Baer. No extrapolation necessary.
    [Comments] Content Distribution is The New Black
    'A prospective client recently made a comment that I both agreed with and cringed over: “Content distribution is the new black.”. It’s true. Content distribution is all the rage right now. But what made me cringe is how nothing relating to quality made it into that thought. Finding brand partnerships for native ad placement and working with content syndicators are both great ways to distribute your brand’s message into the hands of…hmmm, okay, into whose hands? Content marketing specialists have been beating the drum of quality over quantity for years. Does this partnership make sense?
    [Comments] NewsPulse Gives a New Way to Showcase Popular Content
    One aspect that CNN might want to rethink is the inclusion of “Total Comments” for each news item. Since many stories do not appear to allow comments this results in quite a few “popular” stories with zero comments, which sends a mixed message to users: NewsPulse is still in beta so there’s likely to be some changes based on user activity and input. How “popularity” is determined is not specifically defined, but it is likely a simple metric like page views. It has the potential to increase the number of stories read per visit, resulting in more page views and time on site.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  MONDAY, APRIL 16, 2012
    [Comments] Mark Schaefer on The Tao of Twitter
    Please continue reading Mark Schaefer on The Tao of Twitter and leave a comment if inspired. Recent comments Mark Schaefer's blog is definitely worth reading up on. Mark Schaefer introduced his first book, “ The Tao of Twitter ,” on his blog on February 15, 2011. In that blog post, he wrote , “Every Twitter success story, case study, and business benefit has a common formula.” ” I emailed him for more information. Mark, what does that line mean? What’s the formula? If you dissect any Twitter “success story” it may appear like luck. like that.
    [Comments] Why You May Want to Date Online
    Please continue reading Why You May Want to Date Online and leave a comment if inspired. Recent comments Great statistics but, I agree with Danuta. The following is written by Brianna Phillips. It used to be the way to find a date was going out to the bars, being set up through mutual friends, meeting at the gym, or by merely holding onto the hope of running into a tall, dark and drop-dead gorgeous stranger in the produce section of your local grocery store. Thanks to the internet, we don’t have to rely on such methods or deal our entire deck of dating cards to the gods of fate.
    [Comments] Is Your Social Strategy Proactive or Reactive | Social Media.
    February 23rd, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet Is your social media program about asking, or answering? Sample tactics include writing blog posts, sending promotional tweets, creating and posting videos, and blog commenting. Kudos also to the value contributed by your readers in their comments. link] blog comments powered by Disqus Subscribe to Convince & Convert Jay Baer Greetings. Like Sonny divorcing Cher (or was it the other way around?) And at the execution level, it’s an important distinction. An interesting little related aside.
    [Comments] Blog World LA 2011 Recap – Session Notes and Experiences from #BWELA
    Be sure to share your thoughts in the comments! I really couldn’t think of a better way to end my first week of being self-employed than by attending my favorite conference – BlogWorld Expo in LA! It was a fun filled weekend of learning and networking, and I would like to share the highlights with you today while it is all still fresh in my mind. Thursday. Unfortunately, due to some other commitments, I wasn’t able to get into BlogWorld as early as I had planned. Why so late you ask? Friday. managed to find the right room at 9:58, two minutes before it ended. Saturday.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, MAY 20, 2014
    [Comments] Top Three Takeaways from Finding Readers Week: What Can You Do Today to Create Community?
    Corinne took interacting with her readers to a whole new level when she shared her number-one tip for finding readers – to comment on other people’s blogs. Corinne was consistent in commenting on others’ blogs, and that was a successful strategy. 'In the first week of May , you heard from several bloggers with unique perspectives on how they grew their readership into a force to be reckoned with. It was the fourth Theme Week we’ve held here on ProBlogger this year, and it was an interesting one. Relationships. The universal sentiment was honour your reader.
    [Comments] Curate a Best-Of Post that Gets Read, Used, and Shared
    think it’s a good idea to look at social shares and comment counts as well as pageviews. Consider reopening closed comments. If you close comments on posts after a set period, you might consider reopening them on the posts you’ve included in your best-of when the post goes live. One of the posts I’m featuring in the carousel on Digital Photography School at the moment is the Best of dPS. If you haven’t compiled a best-of list of your most-loved posts yet, you should. That almost goes without saying! But there’s more to it than that.
  • STAY N' ALIVE  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 2011
    [Comments] Facebook Family: Preserving Your Family Tree Through Social Media
    Reading the comments was like going to a reunion and memories came rushing back to folks. This post is a guest post from Joe Baker, a long time reader of this blog and as I think you can see, a great writer. Moving forward, I'm going to start featuring more guest bloggers. If you'd like to be a guest blogger, just send me a post you'd like to submit to and I'll consider your post (no guarantees it will go live!). always give credit with a link back to your site or blog. While kicking a roll of tape back and forth, I noticed an unsealed box with no label. Horror!
    [Comments] How a 30 Minute Reject Post Brings Me Hundreds of Subscribers a Week
    Generate more interest in the comments. Once your guest posts are published, it’s important to get over to the pushing site and interact with people in the comments. They might not love you after they read your guest post, but they certainly should be open to liking you after you talk to them in the comments. I’m getting hundreds of new subscribers every week, and they are all turning out to be valuable members of my community who comment, interact, and share my posts. Please drop a comment and let me know. photo credit: Julian Stallabrass.
    [Comments] The Do’s and Don’ts of Conducting Interviews For Your Blog
    Not only is informing them the polite thing to do, it might even open your interviewee up to participating and interacting with questions and comments from your readers. You can connect with her through the comments section of her daily business blog here. 'This is a guest contribution by Kelly Gregorio. As an active blog owner, chances are you strive to produce content that is engaging, relevant and most important, fresh. Right? Switching up your content’s style and delivery can keep readers’ interest and may even make the experience of producing content more exciting.
    [Comments] The Fallacy of a Strong Defense
    Just like engagement with a negative commenter, state the facts, and if you believe you are in the right, simply let your statement and actions represent you. “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.&# Hamlet, Act III, scene II. Image by M Hillier. When you engage in questionable acts, sometimes you or your organization have to set the facts straight to protect brand reputation. Many individuals and some brands tend to want to over-defend themselves. Questionable is defined as when the community starts publicly doubting your approach or acts. Defending Personal Reputation.
    [Comments] Beginner Week – Resource Roundup: 10 Links you Can’t Live Without
    The comments from other bloggers about their beginner blogger mistakes are also eye-opening. 'Beginner Week has been jam-packed with tales from the trenches  - from how to set up a blog , to a newbie success story , Darren’s Beginner Dos and Don’ts ; and 31 mistakes established bloggers made way back in the early days of their blog. Today we’re back with even more goodies to take away: our 10 most popular (and useful!) posts for beginner bloggers. Recommended Blogging Resources: Things Darren uses in everyday blogging that you might find useful. great lesson to learn!
    [Comments] Blogosphere Trends + Effective Calls to Action
    Even if you’re not selling anything (yet), you still want your audience to take action by commenting, interacting, sharing, Facebook “liking” your post, watching your videos, attending your events, etc. In this example, the bloggers directly asks readers to vote in the poll and state their case in the comments. Don’t assume that readers will comment, that they will tweet your posts, that they will buy your products, or that they will take the actions described in your posts if you never ask them. You might be saying, “I’m a blogger, not a sales person. create content.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  TUESDAY, MAY 22, 2012
    [Comments] The “On Fire” Blogging Success Formula [Case Study]
    Every new post I published would get at least 20-30 comments and a good number of social shares. ProBlogger: Thousands of people are visiting, sharing articles, and commenting every day. Papa Joe’s blog: A few dozen people per day find his articles, and notice that they are not commented on or shared. This guest post is by Stephen Guise of Deep Existence. It was July, 2011. My personal development blog, Deep Existence, was flying high. Not world-class blogger numbers, but pretty good for a young blog (five months) and with solid forward momentum. Wrong. So wrong.
    [Comments] 4 Companies Changing How We Communicate Online
    Let me know in the comments section. 'Today’s technology moves so fast we rarely take a moment to step back and look at the impact on our lives. The way we communicate online is rapidly changing thanks to several key companies and their innovations. In the post, I wanted to take a moment and recognize three companies that are playing an integral role in changing the way we communicate, and one company that I believe you’re going to see big things from in the future. The Three You Know: Snapchat. Snapchat is  changing online communication  by making it less permanent. Reddit. WhatsApp.
    [Comments] 7 Ways to Stay Inspired and Avoid Bloggers Burn Out
    Monday mornings would be writing time and I’d try to write a few posts to use during the week, most nights I would moderate comments and read other blogs. know that while there have been tough times in building up ProBlogger over the last 9 years, the comments or emails from readers letting me know that something I’ve done has had a tangible impact upon them have helped me through those tough times. 'What do you do to avoid blogger burnout? How do you stay inspired? Know Your Limits and Set Realistic Goals. There are pros and cons of higher frequencies of posting.
    [Comments] Are you thinking forward?
    Comments Are you thinking forward? Free Podcast Google Search Join me on Twitter Facebook Fan Page The Engaging Brand on Facebook Our Community Recent Comments ANSHUL GUPTA on How Not to Become Boring. The Engaging Brand Home Podcast Online Social Media Training Speaking Contact & Bio Subscribe/RSS « Show 281 - The Google Way | Main | Ideas - Protected species of business » Are you thinking forward? It is not what life does to you, it is what you do with your life. Simple concept yet more people spend time thinking about the former than the latter.
    [Comments] Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media.
    Skip to content Skip to navigation Skip to footer Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting Social Media Strategy Blog Social Media Consulting Blog Social Media Consulting Speaking Newsletter Free Social Media Tools Twitter Interviews About Lijit Search Are You Treating Your Fans Like Cattle June 30th, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet Email ain’t dead yet. 39% of the people that check email first still use Facebook daily, but their motivation for doing so remains deal-centric. They are not a faceless heard. Well…duh! Zap!!!
    [Comments] Facebook Breaks the Marketing Sound Barrier for Small Business
    With Facebook Insights , get information on page views, wall posts, users, feedback, Likes, comments and much more. How Facebook Can Make Your Small Business Soar. recent Capital One TV ad features comedian Jimmy Fallon politely asking a somewhat indifferent baby boy in a high chair: “Would you like 50% more cash? Everybody likes more cash!” Convinced no one could possibly refuse such an offer, much to Jimmy’s surprise, the kid responds by tossing a handful of Cheerios in Jimmy’s face. So when it comes to your small business, ask yourself: Do you want more leads? Do you want more sales?
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #35
    Now it's your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "I've been a huge fan of Neal Stephenson since I first read his stuff. Over the years, I've bought more than a dozen copies of Snow Crash for others, so it's a treat when he writes something. and this is no exception. Here, he looks at the way rockets have changed - or haven't - over time. " (Alistair for Hugh). " (Alistair for Mitch).
    [Comments] When Important Websites Crash
    This social media management tool was suddenly pushing spammy comments on to individual''s and corporation''s public pages. 'The political punditry around the healthcare website crashing is laughable. People not getting access to their healthcare is serious business. This isn''t about politics. It''s about technology. As the owner of a digital marketing agency, I frequently find myself in conversation with very senior marketing professionals on the topic of IT and technology. It is not. Technology is a very different form of business. Embrace the crashes and the bugs. buffer. buffer app.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #58
    Now it's your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "Aaron Swartz, a fellow at Harvard's Center for Ethics , was recently accused of stealing from MIT 's JSTOR archive of academic journals. This wasn't just downloading: Swartz is alleged to have gone to great lengths to circumvent anti-copying mechanisms, and to have liberated 'extraordinary' amounts of content. " (Alistair for Hugh). apple.
    [Comments] Build a Quality Resource List for Your Blog
    Words like love, awesome, absolutely amazing, and cool come up again and again in the comments. Once dedicated readers have checked out every link in the table, they can start scouring the comments for good resources that didn’t make the cut. Add tips from your own experience in the comments—we’d love to learn how you make resource posts work. When was the last time you compiled a resource list for your readers? Tom Ewer recently wrote up his own ultimate resource list for readers of his blog, titled 100 Blogs You Need in Your Life. Thanks, Tom!). Quality.
    [Comments] 8 Reasons Why Your Email Open Rate is Nosediving
    Interact more in the comment section. Leave a comment below and let’s see what you have to offer to the Problogger community. 'This is a guest contribution from Luke Guy, blogger and graphic designer. It’s amazing how blogs have exploded within the last 10 years – take ProBlogger for instance. Blogs like these can provide a good living for the owner if the traffic remains strong and healthy. But how do these blogs retain the traffic and keep a steady flow? There are many ways, but I want to discuss with you a vitally important one: your email list. Right? But why?
    [Comments] Social Media vs. SEO: My Approach
    Readers were there to research cameras that they were purchasing and rarely commented (so there was little community). The biggest days for ebook sales, ad revenue, voting in polls, retweets on articles, Likes on Facebook, and comments on blog posts are all newsletter days. The SEO vs. social media debate is one that has been going on for a number of years now, and it hasn’t abated. recent guest post here on ProBlogger titled Why Social Media is a Better Investment than SEO sparked some interesting commentary on Twitter after going live. What type of traffic are you after?
    [Comments] It's All Just Dumb Luck
    Still, when you speak to those we would consider the best of the best, they often default to some type of comment about just how lucky they got. 'Selling a lot of books is very hard. Making a video go viral is very hard. Creating a billion dollar company is very hard. It''s a story that I will never forget. Back in 2008, I was prepping the release of my first business book ( Six Pixels of Separation ). was excited. was nervous. beautiful corner office with a view, that is decorated with awards, celebrity author paraphernalia, photos of this individual with Presidents, royalty and more.
    [Comments] Where Innovation Happens
    realize that my comments may have some of you rolling your eyes. Where do you think innovation happens? Are you doing your best work when you are alone with your ideas? Are you doing your best work when you're collaborating at the office with your peers? Do you do your best work early in the morning before the chickens get squawking? Do you do your best work late at night while wearing headphones that are blasting your favorite tunes? Do you do your best work while sitting at your desk or are you more comfortable in the cafe at the corner? Spend some time in deep meditation about this.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #20
    Now, it's your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "This film from looks at the impact that cars have on social interactions within communities. It's a part of the Streetfilms series, 'Fixing the great mistake' that looks at the effects of the automobile and other changes in early 20th century." " (Alistair for Hugh). Small Change - The New Yorker. Revolution, indeed."
    [Comments] 2014 Reboot: Shake Up Your Social Media – Work Smarter, Not Harder
    Every time we publish a post on social media here at ProBlogger, readers comment that social media takes  so much time —how can they get smarter about it? Let us know in the comments. 'We are mining ProBlogger content this week for super-useful information to kick-start your blogging year with gusto. Today we encourage you to take stock of your social media habits – are they working for you? What can you do better? How can you harness this amazing technology to drive more quality traffic to your blog? Darren shows us the ropes. This post “What Content Works Where?
    [Comments] How Embedded Social News Grew My Content, Traffic, and Engagement, and Saves Me Time [Case Study]
    The platform comes pre-loaded with social tools that let readers post comments on stories, vote the best stories to the top, or submit their own stories they’ve discovered on the Web about the latest musicians or guitar gear. All the interactions between your users and the content that’s shared on your site (votes, shares, comments, etc.) Share your experiences with us in the comments. This guest post is by Brian Lippey of Guitar Shop TV. Every blogger wants to offer the best content to his or her audience. We tweet. We post on Facebook. social news platform.
    [Comments] What New Bloggers Can Learn From Some of History’s Greatest Minds
    Read every blog post he publishes and comment in a relevant, valuable way. Nervous about leaving a comment or joining a link-up? If so, share them in the comments. This guest post is by Kate Miller of Today’s new bloggers are a fortunate group. The blogging community is swarming with a plethora of experienced bloggers who they can turn to for advice, tips and DIY tutorials. These bloggers are the thought-leaders, renegades and early-adopters of the industry. Turning to them to learn the ropes of the blogosphere is a no-brainer. Thomas Edison.
    [Comments] Kickstart Your Stalled Blog Content, Part 1: Six Steps to a Fresh Post
    These questions don’t have to be actual questions you’re seeing readers ask in blog comments. Tell us when they fall in the comments, if you like. If not, that’s fine—I’d still love to hear when you’re planning your writing, editing and publication in the comments. Just starting a blog? Longing to revive an old, forgotten blog? Or just feeling guilty because you’ve let your blog languish without a post for a little too long? Today, I’m going to give you a six-step plan for kickstarting stalled blog content. Let’s go!
    [Comments] The Science of Blogging
    think most readers do the same, as the latest posts’ comments are the most frequented. If they are taking the trouble of sparing some time and commenting on your blog, they want the favor to be reciprocated. Share yours in the comments! This guest post is by Syed Farhan of The word “science” comes from the Latin root “scientia,” which means knowledge. This is the reason why the word science is attached to many “non scientific” terms like “the science of theology.”. Darren Rowse, What is a Blog? am sure that I am not smarter than other scientists.
    [Comments] Use Google Reading Level to Improve Your Blog Message
    If you are constantly having to explain terms in post comments or over email, you should tone down the complexity of your writing, which will lower your Reading Level ranking. If, however, your readers respond with intelligent comments, you may be able to write in a more advanced style. This guest post is by Rhys Wynne of the Winwar Media Blog. Last month, Google launched its new Google Reading Level feature. What this does is algorithmically work out the reading level of the search results, to help users more easily decide which search results to click on. How is it worked out?
    [Comments] 11 Reasons Your Blog is on a Road to Nowhere (And What to Do About It)
    Avoid these mistakes, and you’ll gain more traffic, more shares, and more comments. Read comments on the big blogs your audience is reading. Of course we’re all dreaming of success, of more readers, more shares, more comments, more money. This guest post is by Henneke Duistermaat of Enchanting Marketing. You’re smart. You got drive. You’re blogging, and blogging, and blogging. You’re producing good content. But somehow your efforts are not rewarded. Your enthusiasm for checking your traffic stats is gone. Are you wasting your time? Let’s be honest. It’s tough. That’s right.
    [Comments] How Successful Blogging is Just Like Surviving Highschool
    We’ve all heard of social media, blog commenting, and building relationships. Presence is when you reply to readers’ comments on your blog posts. By replying to people who comment on your posts, reaching out to their blogs. Talking with people who comment on the A-list blogs, since they’re talking, might as well jump in the conversation. When someone comments on your posts, be happy. When he replies to comments, it’s like he’s always smiling just like his picture. Share them in the comments section below. Work hard.
    [Comments] Pinterest Boards Your Business Should Be Following in 2015
    Let us know in the comments below! 'Now that the Pinterest buzz has been pushed aside for Instagram, infographics, and a new wave of mobile marketing excitement, it’s a good time to really stop and look at some of the boards businesses have created. Industry leaders are constantly talking about who you should be following on Twitter and what Facebook pages offer value, but Pinterest boards aren’t often discussed (despite the fact that these same industry leaders offered tons of advice about how to use Pinterest to improve your business). Pinterest Boards For the Art Enthusiasts. Gifts.
    [Comments] This Is My First Ever Blog Post, and It’s About Writing Blog Posts
    Read other blog posts (and their comments) and notice what does and doesn’t work. 'Since I’ve never written a blog, I needed to start with researching the basics of what makes a good post. realize it’s hard to stand out as a blogger when it feels like you’re trying to reinvent the wheel over and over—and over—again. Here are some tips to cut through the noise and help your blog posts stand out from the rest. Single or Mingle? The reason singlecast works is because you’re writing for one person,” Dogan says. And who doesn’t want to hear a secret conversation between two people?”.
  • ENGAGE  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 2014
    [Comments] Enough From the Naysayers: Sponsored Content Is Just Scratching the Surface
    Tell us about it in the Comments 'A recent Contently study has some unkind results for digital content marketers. But is it time to sound the alarm, send out an SOS and abandon ship? Not so fast. The study, Sponsored Content Has a Trust Problem , reveals what its authors claim is a deep-seeded skepticism among readers in the recent wave of native ad content populating the pages of your favorite blogs and websites. Marketers and journalists are no strangers to public skepticism — and it’s easy to see why some readers would take any “branded” content with a grain of salt. Oh boy.
  • ENGAGE  |  FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 2014
    [Comments] How Taming ���Monkey Mind��� Leads to Better Content
    Just a few of the comments Ive heard: Write me something that bloggers will talk about so I dont have to pay for so many ads, We need 27 tweets a day, Lets start a blog tomorrow, Make me a viral video.. 'Dan Harris, the weekend anchor of ABCs Good Morning America, recently wrote a book called  10% Happier , which is about how he found that meditation could, well, make him 10% happier. Whether you work in an in-house agency or are a third-party partner, you know what Im talking about. Its a waste of time, money and resources. have no doubt.
    [Comments] BackChannel Conversation Tools
    hope youll chime in and share YOUR favorite backchannel conversation tool in the comments! Around the Thursday, October 14, 2010 BackChannel Conversation Tools (Updated) Image Source: [link] As a keynote presenter, Ive been tempted to take advantage of backchannel tools, but I have a ways to go to master that in the midst of a preso (although there are ways to engage your audience, too, for help!). This blog entry started out as an exploration of possible tools.I The term "backchannel" generally refers to online conversation about the topic or the speaker.
    [Comments] Dear Bloggers, I Apologise. Regards, the SEO Industry
    lot of the time these tactics are obvious—we all know what spam comments and emails look like.  comment spamming. They are the ones that fill up your blog comment threads with seemingly obscure and irrelevant content trying to get an easy link on your site. This guest post is by Daylan Pearce of Next Digital. There are three common reactions I get from people when I tell them what it is I do for a job. What is that?”. Oh that’s cool, how does that work?”. Rolls eyes* “Oh riiiight, you’re one of those guys!”. So what is it that I do for a job? m an SEO. The scammer SEO.
    [Comments] How to Create and Host a Blog Carnival
    The carnival posts frequently receive the most comments and trackbacks of any posts on my site. Leveraging the goodwill and/or notoriety that come with commenting on other sites, the Carnival of Wealth’s founder received 20-odd submissions for each of the first few editions. Fans of the submitters who make the cut will leave comments on Control Your Cash, and hopefully bookmark it. This guest post is by Greg McFarlane of Control Your Cash. Everyone has them, except possibly R.L. Stine. Outsourcing. My blog, Control Your Cash , hosts the weekly Carnival of Wealth.
    [Comments] Friday Vendor Roundup: Bloomfire, Liferay, Bitrix24, & Confluence
    Liferay is an open source collaboration platform and they just released an update version of their product which includes: Interactive Activity feed – Respond to microblogs, comment on documents and blogs, and easily see what others are discussing, right from the Activity feed. 'Every Friday I’m going to attempt to summarize any relevant news in the future of work/collaboration space. ll provide the name of the vendor, a short summary of what the announcement or piece of news is with a link to the original, and finally a short POV. Bloomfire adds new features. Link to announcement.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #216
    Feel free to share these links and add your picks on Twitter, Facebook, in the comments below or wherever you play. 'Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "A couple of years ago, my friends and I started something we call International New Year''s: for 24 hours, we eat one food and drink one tipple from around the world. It''s a tiring journey, with only a few up to the whole trek (which begins with a bottle of Fiji Water at 6 AM and ends somewhere near Guam). And nothing says colonialism like Gin.
    [Comments] Un-dull Your Blog Posts: Four Fiction Techniques to Try
    You need to locate the specific, unknown fact that throws a new light on the issue you are commenting on. Countless commentators regurgitated Amazon’s sales statistics—to such an extent that no blog advertising this fact could be of real interest. Share your tips with us in the comments. This guest post is by Harry Bingham of Writers’ Workshop. Most blog posts are dull. They might be well-informed, offer interesting insights, teach useful things—but they can do all those things and still be dull. And eyeball-retention is a learnable, replicable skill. Story. Controversy.
    [Comments] Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media.
    Skip to content Skip to navigation Skip to footer Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting Social Media Strategy Blog Social Media Consulting Blog Social Media Consulting Speaking Newsletter Free Social Media Tools Twitter Interviews About Lijit Search Nobody Said Social Media Was Easy April 21st, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet Social media isn’t inexpensive, it’s different expensive. Succeeding on the social Web requires daily participation. How could it not be so? Exactly. So, you have two options. One hour? Really hard.
    [Comments] What You Can Take From Your Blog’s Worst Day
    check all the updates, reply to comments (if there are any), and so on. Share with us through the comments. Thee fateful day started with a morning that marked a month since the launch of my new blog. blog that had ten posts and few visits per day. On that morning I woke up and went on to sit in front of my laptop. This is my usual routine. Everybody knows how much there is to be done in the initial days of a blog’s life. Phase 1: disaster! On that day I started my laptop, clicked on the shortcut, and bang ! ” in big, bold letters. Distributing malware?
    [Comments] World Class Processes, the War of Ideas and Other Content Strategy Wins
    We’d love to hear, so please share your thoughts in the comments! 'The media was buzzing about the power of content marketing this week. Between the power of content marketing for talent recruitment and growing attention in the tech realm towards tools for content creators, it’s clear that the discipline continues to be embraced by the brightest minds in business. Join us as we review the latest news for marketers: 6 Keys to Waging the War of Ideas. It’s all too familiar of a fact that content marketing is much harder than it used to be. Getting the Most ROI Out of SEO. Marketing News
    [Comments] A One Month Guide to Money Blogging
    If you want to participate on forums , send guest posts, write comments on blogs or any other form of traffic, feel free to do so with your free time now. This could mean you spend an entire day in conversations on various forums in your niche, or you take the time to look up related blogs and leave constructive comments on them. Explore their blogs, read their comments and figure out what information you can share with their audience in order to enrich the experience that is their blog. This guest post is by Chris The Traffic Blogger. 800 in my first month of blogging!?”.
    [Comments] Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, Adjourning and Transforming
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, Adjourning and Transforming View Comments January 20th, 2010 That’s quite a mouthful I know.  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, This is also the information gathering and exploratory stage.  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
    [Comments] 5 Ways to Defeat Content Mediocrity & Rise in the Blogging Ranks
    Let us know in the comments! 'On the Internet, there’s just about  1 billion websites and  507,000,000,000 pages of information. Fact: There’s more than enough content on the web already. Way more than enough. In blogger terms, that means that if the only content you publish is rehashed themes already found all over the blogosphere, then don’t bank on success. Maybe that strategy worked back when there were only  10,000+ Internet users per website , but today, there’s only 4 for each. And you’ll get noticed. And you’ll drive traffic. Want to stand out?
    [Comments] Crisis Communication: If a crisis hits, do you have a plan?
    Probably the first reaction you have is to say: “No comment.” In reality, your “no comment” starts a snowball reaction of assumptions that you are trying to hide something or go on the defensive. 'Today we have a guest blog post from Nancy Valent of NMV Strategies on crisis communication. Your phone rings. It’s a CNN reporter wanting to know why your facility had an explosion, which injured five of your employees. What is your response? ” It seems harmless and a good safety net to buy you some time. Visit for more information.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  MONDAY, MARCH 14, 2011
    [Comments] T-Mobile G2: My New Mobile Obsession
    Recent comments Recent comments Related articles Deciphering @CharlieSheen and his #fastball Stop Producing Noise. It’s funny what 12 months does to a person. Nearly one year ago, I mused about replacing my BlackBerry Curve 8330 with a simpler phone with basic functionality. My rationale was I didn’t want to be electronically tethered to the internet around the clock. Fast forward six months and I insisted I would downgrade , going so far as wondering whether my pre-BlackBerry device could be reincarnated. chuckle as I look back. didn’t downgrade. So far so good.
    [Comments] How the Podsafe Music Network Works
    Tagged as: beachwalks , creativecommons , disruption , iodapromonet , jamendo , kurland , music , podsafe , podshow , shanghai restoration project { 5 comments… read them below or add one } Armand April 6, 2009 at 4:06 am I’ve received similar reactions from artists whose music I used in my videos. We appreciate the connection and hope you will leave a comment or let us hear from you. To be fair, they were among the first and hardest hit businesses whose revenues and revenue model were undercut by the profound and historical human desire to share the things they love.
    [Comments] my6sense – of consumption, curation and the needstream.
    Initially, the application was designed as a news reader with an intelligent consumption engine but, at the behest of Louis and others, there is a push for greater engagement functionality – hence the ability to retweet, share on your social networks and, in the latest incarnation, to comment on Facebook and Buzz posts. Tweet Comments Sign in using one of these methods or use the form below. Home About Contact Tweet me Featured Articles Ramblings The Social Web Trials/Betas my6sense – of consumption, curation and the needstream. Queue services like my6sense.
    [Comments] Five for Friday 11.15.10
    am not sure what to think of it as I am just starting to test out the beta and will reserve comment for a week or so. don’t think that this will hold water overall as the impact that negative comments from employees can really impact the way companies recruit and also can lead to suits against companies since they may or may not have seen negative posts from employees or a supervisor decides to pop off on their lazy or worthless employees. This was a busy, but short week for me with some family activities in Jersey. How was your week? If so, check out this piece from Spike Jones.
    [Comments] Throwback Thursday: Search Engine Watch Circa 1999
    In today’s post, Danny Goodwin noted in his comments on the Webcology radio program that Search Engine Watch was considered to be dead when Danny Sullivan left. 'Today is Thursday, and every Thursday I try to feature one search engine or search engine website. Today, because of the official announcement that Danny Goodwin is leaving Search Engine Watch , I thought I would feature Search Engine Watch. At that time, the site wasn’t really considered to be a news website. In fact, it was more about educating people about search and SEO (search engine marketing). link]. link].
    [Comments] Five for Friday
    If enough comments below ask for the story I will schill it out. Don’t you love short weeks? For four days, this week was sure jam packed. Aside from work things, there was a tornado scare in Boston that resulted in a heck of a lot of rain and hail with our condo losing power with a salesman in our place mid pitch. Let me tell you the night was one I will never forget and I am debating whether or not to tell the tale on this blog via prose or video as it is a series of unfortunate events that equaled to a sleepless night. How was your week? Any big plans for the weekend?
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