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    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #53
    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? "The most eviscerating (and funniest) piece of political writing to come along in a while, It's filled with poisonous barbs and it became news in its own right. And that's just the first few paragraphs. " (Alistair for Hugh). The First World Problems Rap - YouTube. But mostly, it's just a great video that hits too close to home. ClickZ. amazon.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #32
    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? Horizon. "From the BBC 's Horizon , a trippy answer to an apparently simple question. Alan Davies gets complicated responses that question the fabric of the universe from. length of string? " (Alistair for Hugh). Emotion and Music - McGill University. "From our own McGill University , here's a study of how music affects us. Until now.
    [Comments] Behind the Scenes of the DPS Pinterest Strategy: Case Study
    Some of the comments on Darren’s earlier Pinterest experiment post suggested that we achieved a lot of success because of the strength of the brand name. Look at the questions Darren asked in the launch post : If there’s a topic you’d like to see us develop a board for, please suggest it in the comments below. If you have a photography board of your own, please let us know about it in the comments below—we’ll be following as many as we can and repinning the best of the best from our community. So far, the account has nearly 5000 followers. Pinterest foundations.
    [Comments] Let's Work Together in 2010!
    View Comments December 31st, 2009 Before I get into how we can work together let me start off by letting you know where I’m going to be over the next month in the hopes that we might be able to meet in person at one of these locations: In LA until Jan 4th At CES in Vegas from Jan 7-10th In Washington DC from Jan 13-19th In Turkey from around Feb 9-12th If you want to get together at any of these events/locations to discuss how we might be able to work together then please let me know now. I realize that some companies have large budgets to work with while others do not. 
    [Comments] 8 Must-Dos For Aspiring Writers | Brass Tack Thinking
    Brass Tack Thinking Make Things Happen Home About Amber Naslund Tamsen McMahon Contact Speaking Amber Naslund Tamsen McMahon Brass Tack Reading Archives 8 Must-Dos For Aspiring Writers May 21, 2010 | by Amber Naslund View Comments If writing is part of what you do or want to do, calling yourself a “writer&# isn’t as simple as putting pen to paper or fingers to keyboard, now is it? Write private thoughts in a journal or comments on a blog. Some of you will think to yourselves or comment here that you don’t do things this way. don’t watch much TV.
    [Comments] 5 Life Skills You Already Have that Can Make You a Great Blogger
    Respond to their comments. Leave comments on blogs that you like and respond to your readers’ comments. This guest post is by Sarah Von from Yes and Yes. If you’ve just started a blog you are, no doubt, using your best Google-fu to hunt down every last post giving advice to novice bloggers. There’s heaps of great information out there, but it can get a bit overwhelming for the true beginner. Tweeting and SEO and HTML, oh my! Never fear. Many of the skills that make you an awesome friend/partner/human being will also make you a great blogger! Be reliable.
    [Comments] Why Google Loves My Blogs (and How to Get it to Love Yours)
    Friendly and open: user-friendly blogs with easy commenting. This guest post is by Melody McKinnon of Canadians Internet Business. The latest algorithm updates from Google have broken the hearts of many blog owners. The search engine appears to have lost interest in many of them. Yet on every website and blog I own, my attention from Google has increased—even on blogs less than a year old. Naturally, I want to stay in Google’s good books so I’ve given this a lot of thought. I’ve concluded that Google is simply looking for blogs with a personality worthy of its love.
    [Comments] How My Family and Friends Help Me Blog Better
    Up to this day, that blog post received nearly 300 comments. If you have other stories about how those closest to you have helped you become a better blogger, or some tips to add, please share them in the comments below. This guest post is by Jonathan Dunsky of lot of bloggers work alone. started out the same way. hardly talked about what I was doing and never got into details with the people closest to me. You can use all this to make your blog more appealing, interesting, and popular. Pushing me to make difficult changes. have to admit that I love my blog.
    [Comments] Why Measuring Success Using Social Media Tools Isn’t Always Cut and Dried
    Because I know Jason and stay up to date with his comings and goings, and because I comment back and forth on his various postings, I’m comfortable asking Jason for an introduction to some of the spirits people in this region, so that I, in turn, can introduce this woman to them and so that she might open up a sales channel. It lets me feel like I’m up to speed on what he’s been doing, plus it gives me the chance to promote his efforts when they seem interesting, and to comment on what he shares, to let him know I’m there. How would I help her plan for the human digital channel?
  • ARI HERZOG  |  THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2011
    [Comments] How Video Can Replace Student Textbooks
    Recent comments Okay, let's agree that “never” is too strong a word. Photo credit: dave. This Feature Friday article is written by Charles Sipe. The recent documentary Waiting for Superman paints a bleak picture of the US education system that is falling behind other developed countries and failing to provide the high skilled workers that are needed to drive innovation and compete with the rest of the world. According to the film, by 2020, 123 million US jobs will be high skill, high pay, but only 50 million Americans will be qualified to fill them. Flip the Status Quo Upside Down.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  MONDAY, JUNE 7, 2010
    [Comments] Ayan Sen on Making Money Online
    Leave him a comment below. -- Thank you for reading Ayan Sen on Making Money Online at AriWriter. The following is a guest interview with Ayan Sen, a 21-year-old internet entrepreneur. He lives in Canada and blogs about making money online. When did you start blogging? have been blogging since January 2009, when I started my first website on steps to create a website. then began a project at ; and later at mostly write about website creation and web traffic. Internet marketing is my favourite topic to write about. Got a question for Ayan?
    [Comments] Protect Your Content from Being Copied in 3 Steps
    Share them with us in the comments. This guest post is by Abhishek of  Budding Geek. Content scraping still haunts the entire blogosphere. No matter how hard you try to defend your creation, content thieves will always find a way to steal it! It really feels terrible to find exact copies of your original work distributed all over the internet, often without any credit or link back to your blog as the source. The most frustrating part is when you find the copied content outranking your own blog in the search engines. How can someone copy content from your blog? by scraping your RSS feed.
    [Comments] Blogosphere Trends + A Challenge
    Then share a link to your post in the comments. Please share your accomplishments in the comments. This column is written by Kimberly Turner from Regator (a great tool that gathers and organizes the world's best blog posts) - Darren. Hi-dee-hoo, fellow bloggers! Thanks for joining me for another edition of the weekly blogosphere trends, provided by Click any trend to see posts about it.) Let’s take a look at this week’s most popular stories…and your challenges: 1.  Ground Zero Mosque. Read more about: The importance of being opinionated. Star Wars.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2012
    [Comments] How to Back Up and Move a WordPress Blog
    If you have a lot of posts or comments, this might take a few seconds. Now check your blog homepage and you should see a fully working blog, with posts, comments, theme, and plugins working correctly. This guest post is by Caimin Jones of Genius Startup. Sometimes you’ll need to move your blog from one host to another. It’s a bit of a pain and might seem a daunting task if you’ve never done it before. But transferring a site is a fairly straightforward process that you can do yourself with an FTP program and this step-by-step guide. What you need to begin. Sep 6.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, MAY 20, 2012
    [Comments] How to Use Data to Enrich Your Content
    Share your tips with us in the comments. This guest post is by Conor Powers-Smith of Blog posts, whitepapers and other shareable content rely on supporting data—not because people just love a good color-coded pie chart (though they are pretty), but because numbers give stories shape. They add scale. They provide perspective. They quantify that something meaningful is happening. Think about it: which statement would you rather share? Teenagers are texting like crazy, more than ever. The average teen sends 60 texts per day, up from 50 in 2009 ( Pew Research Center ).
    [Comments] 5 Reasons to Be Authentic Instead of Generic
    I’d love to hear your experiences in the comments. This guest post is by Nihara of Doing Too Much. ll never forget what my sister said when I showed her the first iteration of my blog. BOH-ring!,” she announced after scrolling through the first few posts. It’s all so very dull and generic.” Fortunately, she did have some constructive advice: “You always have the most interesting stories. Why don’t you try telling some of those instead?”. At first I wondered why anybody would be interested in hearing about the little snippets of my life, and what I have learned from my experiences.
    [Comments] How to Speed Up the Blog Writing Process [My Method]
    While there are still some posts that are more of a grind to write and can take time (for example three days ago I spent most of the day working on the Ultimate Guide to Writing Comments on Blogs ) I do think that my writing has sped up when I compare it to how I used to write. I’d love to hear a little about how you tackle the task of writing in comments below. 'Image by Jonathan Cohen. Earlier today I was asked for tips on how to speed up the writing process when writing longer posts. And before I share them – one quick note/disclaimer… sometimes slow is best.
    [Comments] At the Corporate Social Media Summit -1
    I’m attending the Corporate Social Media Summit #csm10 this morning and late this afternoon and, in fact, will be moderating a panel on Social Media Analytics Wednesday. I’ll take a couple of paragraphs to explain why I’m here today and what is going through my mind now. Over the last 7 days – as Internet Week has washed over NYC and last Friday’s RWW real time web summit – I found it challanging to post as much here. Note: I’m writing this post on my iPhone so please forgive formatting and spelling errors that are often present when I write this way.
    [Comments] Rogue Snapnames Employee Bids on Domain Name Auctions, Drives Up Prices
    Subscribe to the comments for this post? Snapnames, an aftermarket domain name auction service, has reportedly discovered that a rogue employee set up an account and bid against other bidders. And was doing it for several years. In a letter that I received today, Snapnames explained the situation: From: []. Sent: Wednesday, November 04, 2009 12:23 PM. To: Subject: Important Update From SnapNames. This is a clear violation of our internal policy and was not approved by the company. Extent of impact. SnapNames. must-read.
    [Comments] FunVille
    Carnival could improve this by ensure this appears beneath everyone’s comments. 'At first glance, FunVille , is glaring. Few organizations would want their community to look like this. However, then you notice the community has 1.2m+ posts. That’s the sort of number organizations dream about. few points to make about this community: Sustaining event-driven relationships. For event-orientated organizations such as cruises, creating a place where those who met can continue interacting is very clever. It encourages them to attend future events to meet up again. Have rituals.
    [Comments] P&G’s Purpose-Inspired Benefit-Driven Brand-Building Approach
    Do share your insights in the comment below. As you know, I have been thinking about how companies need to integrate Purpose, Participation and Profits to stay relevant in the 21st century. P&G Global Marketing & Brand-Building Officer Marc Pritchard explains how P&G is using purpose-inspired, benefit-driven brand building at his ANA 2010 talk (disclosure: P&G is a MSLGROUP client): Also see: Mark Pritchard’s talk at Cannes 2010 and Marc Pritchard’s interview with Hub Magazine. TBWA’s Social Activism 2.0
    [Comments] Social Pros Podcast 6 – Chad Pollitt, Kuno Creative
    think that there are comments on the page. If you’re listening to this on the Social Pros page, you can leave your comment below and give us your opinion as well, because we’d love to hear it. Essentially, pruning or unfriending or deleting friends or deleting comments and photo tags is way more popular than it was just a couple years ago. Forty-four percent have deleted comments that people have made on their profile, which is up from a third two years ago. This is Episode 5 of the Social Pros Podcast : Real People Doing Real Work in Social Media. Right?
    [Comments] What Are You Interested In? (Vote)
    Vote) View Comments February 17th, 2010 I’ve been covering a lot of topics on this site and I realized that I really should be taking more advantage of polling you, the readers, to find out what you want to read about and discuss.  Aaron Lee I'm a social media addict, so social media for me =) 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,
    [Comments] Tapping into Joy and Disappointment: Lessons from Our Biggest eBook Launch Ever
    But Perhaps the Biggest Reason Is… As I was pondering our launch today a reader left this comment on our Facebook page: Then I spotted this comment just now on the blog post announcing the eBook: When I saw this feedback I realised that probably the biggest reason that this eBook has been so popular with our readers is that it fulfils a felt need that many people have. As that last comment says – most people know the feeling of seeing a photo of themselves (or others) that is awkward or stiff. watching the comments on the posts you (and other bloggers) write.
    [Comments] Published Social Media Research in Education
    Please comment below with additional sources, I will make updates to this post as more sources are found! 'Published research on emerging technologies, such as social media is becoming more and more prevalent. However, with lags in publication timelines and lengthly research methodologies and analysis, by the time a study is released the technology it once looked at may not be as ‘emerging.’ ’  For example, Myspace continues to be seen the research, as five or six years ago it may have still had high volumes of active users. Good luck! Enjoy this program here [link].
    [Comments] How I doubled my unique visitors in six months (and tripled them in a year)
    find it much easier to interact with superstar bloggers and influential people who are inundated with Tweets and Facebook comments, but are not so overwhelmed on Google Plus. 'This post is from ProBlogger Team member Stacey Roberts. Welcome to 2014, folks – a year we hope to bring you even more tips and advice to make your blog everything you want it to be! Let’s kick off with both feet in the direction of unique browsers, and how to get them to come to your website. Diversify – it’s the advice you hear in all sorts of blogging situations. Diversify your income streams.
    [Comments] Open Community Virtual Book Tour = Awesome.
    We’ll be paying close attention to any comments and discussions that happen in each of these places, and we’ll be there to answer questions or talk in more depth about whatever comes up. As part of our Open Community book launch, we are doing a really exciting VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR. The full schedule is here. Subject to change, of course, and no need to go and put all of these dates in your calendar – which we know you were about to do – because we’ll let you know each week where we’ll be over the next few days! 11/01/10 –  Engage365 Blog.
    [Comments] Don't discount the lurkers in your community
    The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of my employer.Feel free to challenge me, disagree with me, or tell me I’m completely nuts in the comments section of each blog entry. Writing a book Contact Media Popular Industry Interviews Press Speaking Tips Meta Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS 9 comments Comments feed for this article June 15, 2009 at 7:34 am Bryan Person Angela: We were thrilled to have you as part of #CmtyChat again last Friday. Thanks for the comment. While lurkers may not seem important, they are. Ideas?
    [Comments] How to Increase Affiliate Income by Hitting the Affiliate Marketing Sweet Spot
    Reader Intent - The blog’s content focused on the topic of beauty and fashion, and the blog’s comments revealed that readers were there to explore that topic (so the reader intent was to learn and talk about beauty/fashion). At BlogWorld Expo this year, I presented some tips on affiliate marketing in one of the sessions I ran on monetizing blogs. To say it another way, the product, reader need, and your promotional message need to be related. The product needs to relate to your audience, and you need to promote it in a relevant way. Missing the mark.
    [Comments] Study Proves Facebook and Digg Visitors More Loyal; Twitter in Last Place
    Subscribe to the comments for this post? Are you a loyal visitor? When you browse the web every day, when you log on, are there websites that you go to every day? We all have a few websites that we constantly watch or constantly read. And that’s a good thing. Apparently you feel that the content on those websites keep you coming back enough that they cause you to be a loyal reader. There is a new study out that shows that people who visit Digg and Facebook are more loyal readers than on other web sites. Visitors to and are not as loyal. Digg 16.09%. Yahoo!
    [Comments] AMA Handbook of Public Relations Published
    Subscribe to the comments for this post? Before the invasion of YouTube , Facebook , and bloggers, the Internet was embraced by visionary PR professionals working feverishly to develop online content to advance a client’s agenda. But since the birth of social media, citizen journalism and an ever-evolving world of online communications, we are facing new challenges more complicated than ever before. If you are a Public Relations Specialist, how can you exploit what’s new and exciting on the technology front without overlooking traditional media that still matter? Hardcover). Robert L.
  • BILL HARTZER  |  FRIDAY, MAY 14, 2010
    [Comments] Search Engine Optimization Tip: Adding Content to your Web Site
    Subscribe to the comments for this post? This is only one seo tip out of many search engine optimization tips I have been providing over the years. All of my search engine optimization tips are meant to be specific, they should not take too much time to implement, and are meant to be directly to the point. For this search engine optimization tip, let’s talk more about content and adding content to your web site. That is simply not the case. They are, in fact, updated on a regular basis and contain a lot of good content on their subject. Web Sites that Rank Well Are Experts. Digg this!
  • PROBLOGGER  |  FRIDAY, MAY 6, 2011
    [Comments] The 5 Forgotten Keys to Extraordinary Blogging Success
    I’d love to hear about them in the comments. This guest post is by Mr. Self Development of Mr. Self Success is not the result of luck, chance, or coincidence.  Success comes when an individual decides to follow the principles of success. The principles of success will produce success every time.  So today I want to talk about five success principles that will result in successful blogging. Get motivated. Motivation is the fuel necessary to keep the human engine running.” Anonymous. Nothing happens without motivation.  You must have a vision that motivates you. 
    [Comments] Strawn Weekly Wrap – Oct. 4
    Feel free to re-visit any of them and leave comments on the one’s you didn’t. Digg Digg Taking a cue from some of my favorite blogs, I have decided to include a weekly collection of my posts each Friday. know that for most of you, you have nothing better to do that sit around and wait for me to post something on my blog that I’m sure takes up every spot on your Google Homepage, but for the rest of you with “other obligations&# I thought this might be helpful. Nothing too detailed, nothing too long, basically just getting my ducks in a row from the previous week.
    [Comments] 4 Ways to Sell More Products Online
    Comments on both your blog and on other blogs within your niche are also a great place to look for this, as are trending topics on places like Google+ or Twitter. In one respect, it makes sense again to think of yourself like a business with need for customer service representatives; if someone comments on your blog or tweets a complaint about a product, they deserve a response, even if it’s just a “Thanks!” 'This is a guest contribution from Rosie Scott of The New Craft Society. But there’s a difference between, “Hey mom! and, you know, actually making a living. or a retweet.
    [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!
    [Comments] Super-Automate Your Online Life
    Let us know in the comments which are your favorites and any interesting ones you find 'Would you find it useful if you received a text of the weather every morning? Or if every time someone tagged a photo of you in Facebook it was added to your Dropbox account? Or if you got an e-mail when one of those Barcelona chairs that you’ve been eyeing pops up for sale on Craigslist? Would you like to create a Google Calendar event from your iOS reminders ? Or add your Foursquare check-ins to your Google Calendar for posterity? Here are the recipes for the above examples. Choose a trigger (i.e.,
    [Comments] Lessons Learned from Cubetree; an Enterprise Social Software Company
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Lessons Learned from Cubetree; an Enterprise Social Software Company View Comments January 22nd, 2010 I had the opportunity to speak with the CEO of Cubetree last night and one of the things we talked about were some of the lessons Cubetree has learned over the past 2 years of being in business.  I first became acquainted with Cubetree at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in San Francisco where they won a best-in-show award.  ROI takes a while for a company to figure out.  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
    [Comments] Implementing Enterpise 2.0 at Vistaprint Part Three: Operational.
    at Vistaprint Part Three: Operational Impact View Comments March 7th, 2010 This is part three in a series of four posts on how Vistaprint has been implementing Enterprise 2.0 Thanks in advance 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, Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Implementing Enterpise 2.0
    [Comments] Content Creation vs Content Promotion: Where is the Balance?
    'A few days ago we published a post on ProBlogger titled ‘ Forget about Marketing: Concentrate on Blogging ‘, which led to some interesting discussion on Twitter and in the comments. love the points author Nicholas Whitmore made in the post but I wanted to give a few thoughts, based on my own experience, on developing great content and promoting your blog. Nicholas wrote some great arguments for focusing your energy on writing great content as the central way of growing your blog. ” I completely agree with this sentiment. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger.
    [Comments] Great Way To Help Clean Up Stumbleupon
    Subscribe to the comments for this post? Yes, that’s right. StumbleUpon has just released some fantastic improvements to its review pages. Rather than having the old way of a Helpful? Yes/No next to each reviewer, there is now a much more comprehensive Flag This menu. Don’t let the Flag this make you think it is only to report spam or offensive behavior. Personally, I liked the Helpful yes/no since I could see who I marked as helpful or not if I chose too, whereas now I’d need to click on the dropdown for each reviewer. Now you’ll have your say. Digg this!
    [Comments] How to Launch a Product on Your Blog (and Sell Out in 12 Hours!)
    It worked, and my friend Eugene made a comment likening me to Freddy Krueger. Leave a comment and let us know… Danny Iny ( @DannyIny ) skyrocketed his industry-leading marketing blog to success by writing 80+ guest posts on major blogs in less than a year (earning him the nickname “The Freddy Krueger of Blogging”). This guest post is by Danny Iny of Firepole Marketing. Congratulations, you’ve made it. You’ve worked hard and paid your dues, and finally you have a blog with healthy traffic and a large list of engaged subscribers. mean, at this point, what could go wrong?
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 2011
    [Comments] Optimize the Most Underutilized Page of Your Blog
    I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments. He is always happy to connect to his readers through blog comments and ready to help those are beginning their journey online. This guest post is by Sid of GeeksMakeMoney. Whilst it’s easy to get excited about crafting your latest blog post it’s far less likely you’ll be kept awake at night thinking about your blog’s Contact page. Indeed many bloggers don’t even bother to add a Contact page to their blog at all—but this can be a big mistake. Site problems. Spelling mistakes. Grammatical errors.
    [Comments] The Man in the Middle
    Some of his articles can receive 10, 15, even 20 comments within an hour. For nearly a month, a good portion of my daily routine has had me combing through the Twitosphere, looking for engaging finance related news to share on my own recently launched social news site for finance – Shmish. It is my hope that others will follow suit and Shmish will become a vibrant community for the sharing of finance related news. There are many notable contributors such as @ritholtz, @alea_, @reformedbroker and @zerohedge – each of whom provide real substance to the conversation stream.
    [Comments] 4 Ways to Use Video Logging to Grow Your Community
    Since I switched over to emailing video posts in my weekly emails, my open and click rates have doubled, my subscribers have tripled, and the comments have doubled. This guest post is by Erin Giles of Have you been telling yourself for months that you should start video logging? It wasn’t until I launched my new business that I realized the power that video logging has in growing a business’s community. Give your email subscribers some personal attention. Ensure more clicks. Think about it. Give them a call to action. Put a face to your story.
    [Comments] The Complete Bloggers Guide to Facebook Marketing
    Did you know that two billion posts are Liked and commented on each day and, on average, Facebook users spend over 700 BILLION minutes a month on Facebook? In the left column, right below the number of fans, you’ll see a number that reflects the number of people who are talking about you on Facebook at that moment (sharing your posts, liking your content, commenting on your updates, etc.). This guide to Facebook Marketing is written by guest writer Amy Porterfield. Register to get access to this Webinar here now. One Billion. The powerhouse network continues to climb.
    [Comments] Five for Friday 7.9
    Be sure to read the comments for the piece as well. Share your thoughts in the comments below or with your own networks. Comments - Leave a comment! blog comments powered by Disqus Stay connected Recent Posts Can influence be bought? Home About Archives Press Clips Spark Advisors Suggested Reading Five for Friday 7.9 Written on July 9, 2010 by Espo in Five for Friday How was your week? Mine was, well not a week, but two working business days. This post will be posted as I get ready for my brother-in-law’s wedding so the articles are from earlier in the week.
    [Comments] A Day I’ll Always Remember
    In the comments, fire away with any questions you have about the book, the tour, the process, or otherwise. And as one chapter ends, another begins. Today is the official release date of The NOW Revolution: 7 Shifts to Make Your Business Faster, Smarter & More Social , my new book co-written with my friend Amber Naslund about how companies need to retool from the inside out to meet the real-time business challenges presented by social media. Many of you have purchased the book , and I thank you vigorously. Some of you have received it and have begun reading it. Organize Your Armies.
    [Comments] Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & a Cute Cat Commercial
    Articles featured in the resources come primarily from people I interact with in the comments, and on the social networks. So comment away ( DoFollow, CommentLuv, and KeywordLuv enabled), and join me on the networks below, and if your article/photo/video catches my eye, it may appear in following Fetching Friday posts. This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the resources mashup, a Japanese cat commercial, and what’s coming up on The Resources Mashup. Here are some of the best articles I have stumbledupon this week. Blogging. WordPress.
    [Comments] It's Time for Real-Time
    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 It’s Time for Real-Time June 11th, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet When I was a kid, I set a few goals: Having a laundry chute (I’m easily amused) Having a pool table Owning my own company Learning to play guitar Writing a book The first three I got handled pretty easily.
    [Comments] Blogging On the Go: Are Mobile Apps Up To It?
    The WordPress app is detailed, with a multitude of features including the accessible dashboard user interface, which gives you one-tap access to every blogging feature you need, from posting and creating new pages, to comments and checking statistics. Share them with us in the comments. This guest post is by Barry Cooke of With the rise of mobile technology and citizen journalism, being able to blog while on the move is increasingly important. Unfortunately, many blogging apps are limited, clunky, and make updating from your mobile smartphone or tablet inefficient.
    [Comments] 4 Essentials to Consider Before Starting Your Next Blog
    ve found the best way to blog is to break up your post into three main categories: Cutting-edge: This usually involves commenting about recent/cutting-edge developments in your industry(i.e. This guest post is by Nivin of So, you’ve decided to start a blog? By now I’m sure you would’ve noticed that every man, woman, and their dogs seems to have their very own blog.That leaves you with the unenviable task of answering the ultimate question for any blogger: Why should your audience care? And to help you do that, consider these four points carefully.
    [Comments] Twitter IS NOT the Same As Facebook Status Updates « The Spinks Blog
    3) Conversation On the facebook feed, the conversation around an update comes in the form of comments that are listed under the update.  How does a conversation being listed in one group of comments somehow limit conversation? How do comments not encourage the initial poster to maintain the conversation? If anything, facebook’s compiling of all comments makes it easier to have a conversation because people can see all the comments. think that we want to be heard as much as we don’t want to leave comments in the wrong circumstances.
    [Comments] A Response to Social Media is Not A Vocation
          This website uses IntenseDebate comments , but they are not currently loaded because either your browser doesnt support JavaScript, or they didnt load fast enough. 1 comment… read it below or add one } NZmoores August 6, 2010 at 6:13 pm Yep, agree with you. Home About Pushing Social #FF Gratitude Journal 4 My Tweeps Archives Contact Subscribe Pushing Social A Response to: Chris Brogan’s “Social Media is Not A Vocation&# by Stanford on July 15, 2010 Spread it! It’s vintage Brogan.In My vote is no. A plumber isn’t defined by his wrench. You too!
    [Comments] Turn Up the Beat: 6 Best Social Music Sites
    Musicians and fans also get the chance to interact through comments, messages and bulletins. The Internet is a great medium for a number of different activities. You can get your news, conduct business, or stay in contact with friends and family. Two of the most popular uses in today’s society are music and social networking. There are a number of great websites that perform one or both of these tasks. The following websites are the ones that I believe, offer the most unique features, have the biggest audience, or mix both aspects together most effectively: 5. Myspace. PureVolume. iLike.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #160
    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? "An amazing look at Sid Meier , the nicest, smartest guy in gaming, who has sailed relatively unscathed through the ups and downs of the gaming industry because, well, he''s just that good." " (Alistair for Hugh). Let Us Blaze New Trails - Letters of Note. "Last week I looked at Mad Men. This letter may explain why." bitcurrent.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #157
    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''m always looking for interesting historical content. This is no exception--a book on the madness of crowds from Charles Mackay. It explains a number of popular delusions, so I''ve made this link point to one in particular, on the great tulip mania. Also, I win the Most Obscure Link This Week award automatically." " (Hugh for Mitch).
    [Comments] Reusing Freelance Writing Online: the Pros and Pitfalls
    d been thanklessly blogging for about 18 months—five posts a week, very little to show for it in the way of traffic, and regular comments … all was going steadily, but not gangbusters—when I received a call from the editor of mX newspaper here in Melbourne. Share your negotiating tips and advice with us in the comments. This guest post is by Emma Merkas of $30 Date Night. It was my blog that landed me my weekly newspaper column. The Internet has more than levelled the publishing playing field—judging by the state of traditional media outlets right now, it’s all but demolished it.
    [Comments] Talking Funny: What Can Bloggers Learn from Comedians?
    ProBlogger is full of great examples of relationship building, such as showing your readers you care by responding to their comments. would love to see your thoughts in the comments. This guest post is by Dan Meyers of Your Life, Their Life. recently watched Ricky Gervais’ new show on HBO, Talking Funny , with guest comedians Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, and Louis C.K. These guys are the top of their field and use the show to discuss their strategies. If you’ve read Malcolm Gladwell’s book Outliers, you know they didn’t get to where they are by luck. Interested?  Check
    [Comments] Selling with Social Media: The Old Fashioned Way in a New Media Day
    Chat with people, leave comments, click the like button and show that you are in fact active. Blast. “Knock, Knock&# is the sounds that use to symbolize a salesman’s presence, with a great haircut, suit to match and briefcase in hand. Although presentation was of importance, it wasn’t exactly what got him in the door; and even though what he was selling may have been what the client was looking for, it would be his persona that would get his pitch heard. Reviving Old Habits in New Media. Here are tips on how to apply old ways of selling to a new medium. Don’t Mask Yourself.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #166
    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 hadn''t seen this epic map until a Slate article by Rebecca Onion explained its history. It''s a gigantic, unified map of history--a four-thousand-year cheat-sheet. While it was first revealed nearly a century ago, it seems strangely modern, full of potential for a navigable, interactive application or life-feed." " (Hugh for Mitch).
    [Comments] Five for Friday
    The biggest reason because of this “But the leaked documents that are interesting to me are the ones that talk about how they are creating personas to “attack” journalists, bloggers, commenters, and real people to “smear enemies and distort the truth.” I love short weeks, especially ones where they are jam packed with stuff to do. On top of planning out some things at work, I also brewed the latest batch of my homebrew and guest lectured at my friend Ari Herzog ‘s social media class. Let me know if I missed any articles. Social Media Killing Blogs…Here We Go Again. Read on….
    [Comments] Five for Friday 01.14.11
    Really classy and  to top it off, the company hasn’t commented on the situation. You have to love weeks that have a day off somewhere in the middle, let’s call it Wednesday. Even though it wasn’t a full-fledged vacation, a snow day with some work from home was just as good as a off-day. Funny thing about the snow on Wednesday was that 49 of the 50 states had some snow fall, the lone exception was Florida. Here is hoping that the Ravens can make it two wins over the Steelers at Heinz Field. How about you any big weekend plans? Is your team still alive and well in the playoffs?
    [Comments] Five for Friday 01.07.11
    Since I commented on the original article and shared it with you, I would be remiss if I did not share with you. The first full week back after a long vacation including New Year’s Eve definitely drags. My week was filled with visitors starting on NYE with my buddy Nick, then a couple that we’re friends with came to watch football and then my brother was in to install some lights/fans for us. The work week was slow some days, but fast others. One of them was Scoble , who thought that things were taken out of context. Is Quora Just A Social Media Crush?
    [Comments] Social Networking with Your Grandchildren
    In these, you can set what emails you would like the social networking site to send that notify you of upcoming birthdays, new comments, and more. 'I’m sure you’ve been hearing about Facebook and Google on the news for ages now. You wonder how your grandchildren can find the time to update these sites every couple of minutes, and yet they don’t call you more than once a month. In the past decade, social networking has caught on as the preferred communication method of the younger generation. Anyone can join who has an email address and Internet access. Socialnomics
    [Comments] Google’s Panda Update—the Lessons I Learned
    ll give you a few suggestions, and maybe you can recommend others in the comments: is a blog I’ve mentioned before. If you have a Panda experience to share, or some tips to add, I’d love to hear them in the comments. This guest post is by Kevin Sanders, of Things were going well over at my fitness blog. was not an A-lister, but traffic was steadily increasing. was starting to get ranked for several lower competition keywords. Organic traffic was improving. Then suddenly my search engine traffic dropped dramatically.
    [Comments] Two Paradigms of Digital Activism: Empowering With Information and.
    View Comments Gaurav Mishra helps global brands benefit from social squared, or the intersection of social as in connecting people and social as in benefiting the society.Follow the Gauravonomics Blog for Marketers, Entrepreneurs and Activists on RSS , Twitter or Facebook and youll never miss a post again. Powered by WordPress and K2 Entries Feed and Comments Feed 45 queries. Follow the blog on RSS , Twitter or Facebook and youll never miss a post again! In the second paradigm of digital activism, you work with a group that is anything but disadvantaged. For more, read my bio.
    [Comments] Soleil Shines a New Light, Thank Yous
    Just below his comment my sister said something similar, every time a baby is born, a parent is also born. Soleil Maya Livingston joined us this morning at 3:31 a.m. The parents thought a blog was in order to wish her a very warm welcome. Before waxing poetic, we want to thank the great people who wished Soleil a warm arrival today, and congratulated Caitlin and I. So many people reached out to us on the interwebs. It was amazing! Hundreds, from Norway to Argentina, and that was just incredible. It literally brought tears to our eyes seeing all of the responses. Totally unexpected.
    [Comments] and You Mr. Jones
    If this has been useful, leave a comment to share your thoughts, or LIKE it to share it with your friends. and You Mr. Jones : Comments If this has been useful, leave a comment to share your thoughts, or LIKE it to share it with your friends. 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?
    Please share your thoughts by leaving a comment. Share this on Facebook Share this on Linkedin Subscribe to the comments for this post? Share this on Reddit Tagged as: Law Firms , Legal Marketing Association , LMA , Managing Partner , Marketing Partner , Professional Development , Social Media { 1 trackback } Zen & The Art of Legal Networking May 20, 2010 at 5:26 pm { 2 comments… read them below or add one } Lindsay Griffiths March 15, 2010 at 3:21 pm What a great post, Nancy! Your comments and friendship are very valuable to me. I know, what’s new?!
    [Comments] Social Pros 18 – Ike Pigott, Alabama Power
    It’s not a full-featured blog, we’re not running sidebar stuff, we’re not throwing content on there every single day, and we disabled comments. The nice thing is that more of our employees are already familiar with those interfaces, so now you’re just going to have comments and feedbacks and other messages popping in from other social channels in a dashboard you already recognize. She’s one of the very first people who saw me commenting on things years ago, 2004, 2005, and encouraged me to keep speaking out and to keep bringing my perspective.
    [Comments] What I Learned from an Indonesian Resort about Blogging
    Inviting comments in your posts. Using ‘Gravatars’ in your comments so people have the opportunity to see their own face on your blog when they do interact. Responding to comment. Over the last two weeks I’ve been lucky enough to have some time away with my family in Singapore and Indonesia. With our 3rd child arriving in early July it was our babymoon and a last chance to get away with our two little guys for a bit. I’ve never been to a resort quite like this one before. This continued for the coming 7 days that we were guests. The list could go on.
    [Comments] How to Get Your Headshot to Appear in Google Results—Wherever Your Content is Published
    Let us know in the comments. This guest post is by Jeff Foster of WebBizIdeas. Many people who blog want their image to appear next to their listing in Google’s search engine results (SERP) when either they publish a post, their guest contributors publish a post, or when they guest post on other sites. What is the correct way to code your blog to ensure your content looks like this in First, does having this picture in the SERP results increase Click Thru Rate (CTR)? Yes. Cyrus Shepard had a great blog post on SEOMOZ about how just changing his picture increased CTR by 35% !
    [Comments] The Intangibles of Social Media
    and the commentators were talking about a particular player and what he brought to the team. This weekend I was watching football (Go Gators!) They talked about his touchdowns and rushing yards, and play making abilities. All the reasons you recruit a player. But then they started talking about his intangibles – what he brings to the team that doesn’t show up in his scouting report or post game stats. They talked about his work ethic, how he makes players want to come to practice and perform. They talked about his leadership abilities and how he rallies the team to work together.
    [Comments] How to Harness Your Email List to Help Pay Your Rent
    Engage people in email, Twitter, comment threads, etc. As a general rule, I reply to every comment on my blog, and Twitter and Facebook accounts. work from home so it’s easy for me to do this, but even if you work in an office, you should make an effort to reply to contacts and commenters each evening when you get home. I’d really like to open up the comments now and ask you guys for any advice from your own email campaigns. Do leave a comment and let me know. He has sold several blogs for $20,000 plus and answers every comment he gets on his blog.
    [Comments] How to Create a Website and Sell it for $200,000
    created a fan base in a simple two-step process on my website: I engaged my readers by opening discussions with them about my articles, encouraging them to leave comments, and having conversations with them. Let me know in the comments! This guest post is by Patrick Meninga of  Make Money with No Work. Over the last four years, I created a single website that exceeded $2,000 in monthly income, and sold for six figures to one of my direct advertisers. When I started this journey, I had no idea what I was doing. Looking back, it is easy to see which actions produced the most income.
    [Comments] YourHealth — clever consultation, minor issues
    10) Keeping tabs (2) Tagged as: australia , community , government 2.0 , participation Cancel reply Leave a Comment Additional comments powered by BackType Previous post: links for 2009-10-16 Next post: links for 2009-10-20 Find Featured One to watch What now for Government 2.0 Home Work How acidlabs works Meet Workshops Speaking Past speaking For conference and meeting planners Press Clients Tumble Subscribe acidlabs Conversation. Collaboration. Community. For this, I think the folks at YourHealth deserve some congratulations. stuff. of course, they’re moderating.
    [Comments] The Secret to Blog Popularity
    I’d love to hear your thoughts on it in the comments. This guest post is by Ankesh Kothari of Psychologist Antonius Cillessen of the University of Connecticut wondered how kids became popular. So he started researching social behaviors and peer relations of early adolescent kids in American schools. And he found something very interesting. He found that every school had a bunch of very friendly kids who are socially accepted and liked by everyone. But they are never considered popular. Copyright mangostock - Apple. Rolex. Rivendell bikes.
    [Comments] Brand Characters, Invigorating Email Newsletters, and Other Content News
    Share your thoughts in the comments – we can’t wait to hear your take! 'It may be a rare occasion when content marketers, social media marketers, sales professionals, and CEOs all see eye-to-eye on a topic, but it happened in businesses worldwide this week. The occasion? July turned into August, and the realization set in that there were only a few more weeks left of summer. While your opportunities to soak up some sun in 2013 are quickly drawing to a close, take your tablet outdoors to improve your marketing game while enjoying the beautiful weather. The Best Content Marketing Formats.
    [Comments] 4 Key Criteria to Build Your Dream Blog
    Without the why, you may soon find yourself questioning your motivation and your resolve as you have to write yet another post, make a tweak or design change to your blog, search for affiliates, comment in forums, and do solid keyword research. Content Promotion (Social Media, Blog and Post commenting, telling friends and family). This guest post is by Matthew Setter of The Dreamers Manifesto. Have you wanted to start a blog, a website or an online business, but you’re not sure where to begin? searching for and getting in touch with affiliates and partners (i.e., Measurable.
    [Comments] How I Make Money Blogging: Income Split for July 2010
    few comments: Obviously there was a big eBook spike in June as we launched a photography eBook that month. Over the last few months I’ve been sharing a monthly breakdown of where my income comes from in the hope of illustrating some of the methods bloggers might like to look at when making money from blogging (see previous months linked to below). The month of July was the second month in a row where eBooks were the biggest money maker for me. Here’s a pie chart showing the percentage breakdowns. have also added a ‘total’ line to this chart to track total income.
    [Comments] Stand Out in the Popular Pet Blogging Niche
    Over time, I got over my shyness and started asking people to tell their friends about my blog, share a post, and comment on an article or status update. Share your tips for success with us in the comments. This guest post is by Kimberly Gauthier of Keep the Tail Wagging. When I was planning the launch of  Keep the Tail Wagging , I heard the question “Do you know how many pet blogs are out there?” As ” As John pointed out yesterday , this is a big niche, with a lot of competition. Keep the Tail Wagging launched January 1, 2012.  In Keyword research. Simple SEO.
    [Comments] Web Journal and Jeremiah’s Brand Monitoring, Social Analytics, Social Insights
    This was a long week and the insights keep piling up – in this case, Jeremiah Owyang’s latest matrix on Brand Monitoring, Social Analytics, Social Insights was posted today and had some pretty perceptive comments in what it said and what left out. suspect Altimeter Group does a bit more than create matrix diagrams like the one on Brand Monitoring, as I find matrices  both satisfying yet limiting, especially if that’s all we ever get to see publicly (as an unpaid client).   Category. Description and Example. Current State. What no one tells you. Brand Monitoring. Aware.
    [Comments] Put Out the Welcome Mat: How to Run a Blog Contest with Panache
    You will get more comments, social media props, and testimonials than you thought possible. The easiest way to invite people to participate in a giveaway is to have them comment on a blog post. First, gather the contestants and have them comment or film videos, then set up the finalists in a poll. This guest post is by Nathalie Lussier. Whether you’ve got a new blog or want to jump start your existing blog, you have two options: 1) keep blogging and hope it pans out, 2) try something different. In this post you’ll learn how to run a blog contest with panache.
    [Comments] The iPhone 4 Review You've Been Waiting For!
    Leave a Reply blog comments powered by Disqus 105 SUBSCRIBERS 50161 FOLLOWERS Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact Me Browse > Home / Apple / The iPhone 4 Review You’ve Been Waiting For! Subcribe via RSS The iPhone 4 Review You’ve Been Waiting For! July 1st, 2010 Posted in Apple Tweet Share I always find it amusing to find reviews of gadgets the DAY they launch. Really? Unless you’ve had a device for a good few days (and I would argue weeks), can you really give a review that’s based on regular usage?
    [Comments] The iPhone 4 Review You've Been Waiting For!
    Leave a Reply blog comments powered by Disqus 105 SUBSCRIBERS 50161 FOLLOWERS Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact Me Browse > Home / Apple / The iPhone 4 Review You’ve Been Waiting For! Subcribe via RSS The iPhone 4 Review You’ve Been Waiting For! July 1st, 2010 Posted in Apple Tweet Share I always find it amusing to find reviews of gadgets the DAY they launch. Really? Unless you’ve had a device for a good few days (and I would argue weeks), can you really give a review that’s based on regular usage?
    [Comments] Tweet Post regarding Social Media ROI
    3 comments } Ventego October 21, 2009 at 9:15 pm Thank you! Home About Book Trey to Speak Let’s Connect #smBBQ Subscribe trey pennington connections, content, conversations: commerce™ Tweet Post regarding Social Media ROI by trey on October 21, 2009 Though I'm not saying making close friends through social media addresses "the ROI question," it definitely speaks to the value question. Though there is an answer, it will forever be unsatisfying for those who demand a formula. I’m eager to hear what you think, too. link] Social media ROI? Good point. ROI is ROI.
    [Comments] Social Media Events Calendar and Advice Guide
    please put them in the comments. The social media events season is again upon us. It’s going to be an exciting Fall for me, as I hit the road to talk about The NOW Revolution and other aspects of social media and content marketing. I’m often asked what social media events I recommend. It’s a tougher question than it seems because there are many events I’ve never attended, and what you take away from an event is often – I find – driven by three things: 1. Your expectations and attitude. Your experience level and it’s fit with the event. Of course.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #70
    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 piece struck two chords with me. As a kid, I loved the Paddington Bear story about a game show: The host asks Paddington, 'If you cut an 8-foot plank in half, and those pieces in half, and those pieces in half, how long would each piece be?' Paddington replies, '8 feet.' The announcer yells, 'wrong!' I've also long hated tailored Lego. Ben E.
    [Comments] 10 Steps to Writing Mindfully for Your Blog
    Simply observe what it feels like to inhabit your body, without mental comments or judgments. This guest post is by Sean Madden of Mindful Living Guide. These past few months—in my summer and early autumn creative writing classes—I’ve not focused so much on the mindfulness aspect of my teachings. Perhaps this had to do with the energetic pace of summer, which only recently faded here in the South East of England. Just last week autumn seemed finally to arrive and with it the cozy, heartwarming smells of wood and coal smoke rising from the chimneys of local cottages. releasing tears of.
    [Comments] Add That Special Something That Makes Your Readers Adore You
    The person who comments on every post, and opens every email you send. This guest post is by Kirsten Simmons of Personalized Productivity. Imagine your dream customer. The person who replies to your tweets and tells their friends about you on Facebook. The person who immediately scrolls down your sales page to hit “Buy Now” without even reading through the pitch. The people who don’t get the reference are none the wiser, and the people that do love you all the more for including it. Must I give up on ever using this valuable tip?&#. Of course not! But that’s not the point of this post.).
    [Comments] Choose a Blogging Niche You Can Expand On for Life
    Let’s face it—blogging is tough work and those that have kept it up will tell you that not hearing feedback, and not receiving comments can be devastating. This guest post is by Ronique Gibson of Freshome. After one year, I have written 773 blog posts about one topic: your home. After 240 posts for Freshome , 430 posts for Stagetecture , and 103 posts for various ghost writing and personal blog clients, the numbers don’t seem real to me, but I feel I have at least 250,000 good posts still left in me! The real question isn’t “what niche should I write about?&# Write for yourself.
    [Comments] Reaffirming the Internet Breeds Incivility
    From Kami’s provocative stance to spark a conversation to pointed personality attacks from a supposed industry leader and finally, the pile-on commenting from fans, it wasn’t the most loving conversation I’ve seen. Perhaps you saw the dust-up yesterday. Peter Shankman called out my business partner Kami Huyse for a post about one of his tweets (pictured above). Kami was using it as an example to create a conversation about Internet civility… The original tweet was a demonstration. asks Peter). Poor Peter. All in all, it was not a pretty day on the Internet.
    [Comments] 9 Steps to Take When You Loathe Your Own Blog
    You press Publish and bask in retweets, praise, and a flood of comments. Leave a comment below so others might be inspired to do the same. This guest post is by Ryan Barton, author of Smart Marketing. You’ve got an editorial calendar, you’ve scheduled blog posts weeks in advance. Look how professional you are. Well done. You’re an inspiration. You’re “resonating” with your “tribe.” ” You’re prolific. You’re a cocky so-and-so. Then it hits: the loathing. You’re exhausted. You’re ignoring your calendar. Sort of.
    [Comments] Make Your Facebook Fan Page a Party
    We respond to every comment left on our Fan page. Managing fan comments has become much easier since we started using a great free app called Hyper Alerts. This guest post is by Caz Makepeace of y Travel Blog. Facebook Fan pages are swiftly becoming a standard extension to blogs’ brands and messages. This is a highly effective form of engaging with your target market and building a community around your brand. If you focus on making your Fan page your homepage for the social web, you can create a page that serves as your mini-hub. Today’s currency is engagement.
    [Comments] How to Set Up an Email Account that Uses Your Domain Name
    However, if you feel I’ve missed something, or you’re not able to follow up, then let me know in the comments. This guest post is written by Kashish Jain of digiupdates. Most of the people who are new to web design and blogging don’t understand the capabilities that come free with their domain, so they don’t take advantage of them. How many times have you visited a site for and on the Contact Us page, you find that the sales or customer service personnel have email addresses like ” What is email forwarding?
    [Comments] Google Hotpot Review: Rate Places and Get Recommendations
    Subscribe to the comments for this post? Finding reviews of different places can be very helpful for people in general. Especially when its something new that they are trying out for the first time, such as a restaurant, or a mechanic. You can easily search Google to find reviews for different places, but the results are not always useful for your situation. For example, if you were to search for “italian restaurant reviews new york&# you may find some really in-depth restaurant reviews for several places in New York that are too far away from you to be practical. Digg this!
    [Comments] Joomla! Surpasses 15 Million Downloads
    Subscribe to the comments for this post? Open Source Matters , Inc. OSM), the not-for-profit organization that supports the Joomla! Project , today announced that Joomla!, the industry’s leading open source content management system (CMS), has been downloaded more than 15 million times from JoomlaCode. In addition, the Community Oversight Committee has elected several new board members including Steve Burge, Javier Gomez, Marko Milenovic, Jacques Rentzke, Robert Deutz and Akarawuth Tamrareang. “February has been an exciting month for OSM and the Joomla! Project. Project. Joomla!
    [Comments] WebVisible Contest to Award Free Local Online Advertising to Small Businesses
    Subscribe to the comments for this post? WebVisible has recently launched a nationwide contest and a new original Web video series – both calling attention to the still-vast divide that separates consumers looking for local products or services and the very businesses they’re seeking. From the business owner whose daughter is helping her learn to use “Happy Face” (aka, Facebook), to the one who doesn’t believe people go online to look for a barber, it’s clear – there’s still a Great Divide. View the series premiere here: [link] and here: [link]. Submit answers by 11:59 p.m. EDT, June 30.
    [Comments] How to Write Like Your Teacher Told You Not To
    I’m a blogger, you’re a blogger, most people who end up commenting on this post will be bloggers too. This guest post is by Karol K of These days, everyone’s a blogger. And literally every one of us has the main goal of providing the elusive “quality content” However, the main problem is that virtually everything around us—social media, other commitments, you name it—tries to prevent us from doing so. And despite the fact that there’s a massive number of tips online on how to write properly, the advice isn’t structured. Karol K.
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