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    [Comments] Your Avatar on the Web
    Passports are what I call accounts that you might find useful to have, should you find yourself in need of commenting or participating in certain sites. Disqus (for commenting) BackType (which tracks comments, too) and probably many more (you can add in the comments section, if you want). Wikipedia defines “avatar&# as “…a computer user’s representation of himself/herself or alter ego…&# That is to say, an avatar is the “you&# of the computer world. It Starts at About. Note that I want both. So start there. Good Graphic. Plenty.
  • ENGAGE  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 2014
    [Comments] Forget the Ice Water; Conquer Your Real Fears Instead
    Check out the Fearless Challenge below—and let us know your fears in the Comments—or better, post them to the website in support of cancer research!  . 'While the #icebucketchallenge continues to dominate your Facebook newsfeed, there’s another challenge that could be trending soon. The Canadian Cancer Society has launched the Fearless Challenge, its effort to “reframe some of the conversation around cancer, and also raise a load of money in the process.”. Created by Lowe Roche, the effort challenges everyday people to post their deepest fears on the society’s website. Image: Flickr
  • ENGAGE  |  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2013
    [Comments] Anatomy of a Theme: Key Design Ideas for Abstract Concepts
    And let us know what you think in the comments 'Every November, I’m tasked with creating a design concept for the annual Mathematics Teacher (the magazine for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) focus issue. Illustrating mathematical concepts is always challenging, but coming up with a singular, overarching design theme for an entire issue pushes me creatively. The 2013 issue topic was “Beginning Algebra: Teaching Key Concepts.”. Geometry is one thing. But how do I illustrate algebra ? Variables? Numbers in the abstract? No concrete visuals there. Or unlocking equations?
    [Comments] Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media.
    is Crucial to your Content Marketing Strategy May 19th, 2010 |Written By: russhenneberry | View Comments Tweet Guest post from Russ Henneberry , who writes, speaks and executes on content marketing plans for small businesses. This means your content should allow ratings, comments or other forms of feedback. Thanks for your comment! is Crucial to your #ContentMarketing Strategy [link] blog comments powered by Disqus Subscribe to Convince & Convert Jay Baer Greetings. Then they can go back to business as usual. Marketing was much easier when it was controllable.
    [Comments] Blogosphere Trends + Guest Posting
    Check back to answer questions and follow up on comments. This example received several negative comments but when the guest poster didn’t return to address them, they got out of hand. Lesson: Stirring controversy in a guest post is risky business, particularly if the host blogger disagrees or the comments get out of hand. This column is written by Kimberly Turner from Regator (a great tool that gathers and organizes the world’s best blog posts). Darren. So it makes sense that, this week, we’ll be focusing on the art of the guest post. What topics are covered? Emmy Awards.
    [Comments] PR at Sunset – Time to say goodbye
    And slowly but surely, the blog began to attract more readers, more comments flowed in, PR at Sunrise gained notoriety, I was approached to speak at conferences, and was even quoted by AdAge. This blog would’ve been nothing had it not been for all of your social shares, comments, and overall interest in participating in this community. I started this blog on New Year’s Day in 2010, so I figured it’s only appropriate that nearly three years later I let you all know that the sun will no longer rise with new articles from this site.
    [Comments] Use a Facebook Campaign to Find New Fans
    Back when I implemented this plan, you had to get someone to actively share or comment on a story to get it to show up in their News Feed. I’d love to hear your experiences in the comments. This guest post is by Matt Robison of Propdrop Web Development and Marketing. In mid-April of 2010, I officially launched , a site for Pit Bull owners to connect with other owners and read accurate training and health information about their pets. At the same time it would help curb some of the myths out there about the breed, and promote rescue shelters in general.
    [Comments] How ConAgra Foods is Embracing Social Media
    link] uberVU – social comments Social comments and analytics for this post… This post was mentioned on Twitter by kelvin8048: How ConAgra Foods is Embracing Social Media [link]. pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact How ConAgra Foods is Embracing Social Media by Pam Dyer on February 8, 2010 Share Here’s a presentation from Stephanie Moritz, ConAgra Foods’ Director of Public Relations. Moritz explains how ConAgra is embracing social media as a strategic opportunity to stir passion among its audience.
    [Comments] In a Blog Slump? Here’s What to Do
    You’ve spent a ton of time on other people’s sites, commenting and being involved, and the bloggers have never responded.They don’t come to read your blog either, like you’d hoped. 'Image via Flickr user Toni Birrer. Do you ever want to chuck blogging in sometimes?” came the question at the end of an email recently. Yep”, I answered. At least twice, pretty seriously.”. It’s a situation I think many of us find ourselves in at some point in our blogging journey: we’re not quite sure, but we think we might want to throw in the towel. Time to hang up our keyboards and call it a day. Right?
    [Comments] 7 Reasons Your New Blog Visitors Bounce, and How to Stop Them
    Tell us in the comments. This guest post is by Christian Schappel of Progressive Business Publications. The last thing you want is for people to land on your website or blog only to immediately hit the Back button. The vast majority of the time, it’s an avoidable scenario. Something on the page turned the visitor off to make him or her move on to another site. To find out how likely your site or blog is to drive visitors away, consult this list of the top eight blunders that spark abandons and see if your blog guilty of any. Your blog requires browser plugins (from the start).
    [Comments] Obama School Speech Addresses Facebook for “Glass House” Generation
    Candidate made discriminatory comments – 26 percent. The transparency of social media mandates that you need to live your life as if your mother is watching, because what happens in Vegas stays on YouTube.  Based on President Barack Obama’s speech to our nation’s schools yesterday our commander-in-chief is in agreement. Obama cautions students about what they post on Facebook. When Obama was asked for advice on becoming President from a group of 14-15 year old students, he replied:  “Well, let me give you some very practical tips.  Krieger and Lisa Fernandez.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, MAY 30, 2014
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #206
    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? Gizmodo. "Take a step back. Way back. Back to the point when you think about human existence. Why are we here?'' is a good question to ask, but unfortunately, the related conclusion is that as sentient life in the universe, either ''we''re rare, we''re first, or we''re f-d.'' Damn, it''s time to get off this rock." " (Alistair for Hugh).
    [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] Managing Feedback
    If that means talking about last weekend’s sports game to get someone commenting on your page then let them know your office is full of fans. 'Community feedback–that is, when a customer actually uses your product and provides real feedback to improve it–is the dream that everyone’s chasing. You’d be hard pressed to find even small brands in your home town that don’t tuck Facebook or Twitter logos beside their company names. That dream is largely a fantasy when it comes down to the nuts and bolts. So the solution is to take more control over your brand. Owning Search.
  • ARI HERZOG  |  THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2011
    [Comments] Homage to Brady, Our Family Cockapoo
    In the days after we put you to sleep, I remember scores of Facebook comments from people who could relate to family dog deaths. One comment in particular was from someone I never met but who occasionally comments on this blog. One of the comments to John came from Allen Maxfield who suggested dog owners read a book called, “Merle’s Door.&# Recent comments When I started blogging someone was grumbling – what's with. It’s been nine months since your 17-year-old body breathed its last breath and your soul went wherever doggie souls go. Musing
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #128
    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? Jackie at Krispy Kreme Delivers! YouTube. "What if you decided you needed to learn to handle rejection as a basic life skill? Maybe you'd try to practice it by making outlandish requests. What if those requests were answered? As a parent, I wonder about how to instill these things in my daughter as she grows up." " (Alistair for Hugh).
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #78
    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 is sure to polarize people. Documentary about a sex worker? Fair enough. What if that sex worker specializes in helping people with disabilities? Here's the trailer for a movie that makes you think, no matter where you stand on the issue." " (Alistair for Hugh). What tricks do you use to get customers to spend more money? Reddit.
    [Comments] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #69
    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? "As we use computers to communicate more and more, wiretapping doesn't work -- there's no 'middle' to tap into, and the end nodes of a phone call are easily encrypted. So, the German government introduced 'Quellen-TKÜ' (source wiretapping), a complicated way of saying 'software we put on your machine to spy on you.' " (Alistair for Hugh). Slate.
    [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] New Year, New Start – What Have We Done?
    Feel free to have a chat in the comments, or link to a post you’ve written about your blogging goals for this year. 'It’s January 31 – the end of the month where we make and break New Year’s resolutions and swear to do better next time. If you’re anything like me, you may have thought about what you want to do with your blog this year, and where you want to go. Maybe wrote down a couple of changes, or a few ideas to try. Unlike me, you’ve probably also made a start on a few of these, and started 2014 blogging with a bang. Community Discussion General
    [Comments] Plan the Blog; Blog the Plan
    Blog more often, guest post more often, add sponsors, or get involved in the comments? This guest post is by Tricia Lawrence of Oh, it’s a love/hate relationship with New Year’s Resolutions, isn’t it? If you’re feeling a bit dismayed at your lack of resolution to blog better in 2011, you’re not alone. But I’m here to help. How can you get that resolution back on track? Revisit your plan. What did you decide to do this year? You can pick yourself back up again. It’s only February, and there’s a lot of 2011 left. So, where did you lose heart? What made you trip?
    [Comments] Blogger Accountability 101
    They’re not only reading, but commenting and coming back every single time you hit publish.  Let us know in the comments. This guest post is by JC of JCDFitness. Every blogger who’s responsible for a sizeable readership knows the excitement associated with gaining new subscribers and exposure. The process is encouraging and humbling at the same time – people are actually reading what you have to say.  They have your site bookmarked, and never fail to tweet about it whenever you publish something new. It’s a basic need that everyone shares: community. By being accountable.
    [Comments] Five for Friday 7.30
    The comments are. Share your thoughts in the comments below or with your own networks. Comment - 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 7.30 Written on July 30, 2010 by Espo in Five for Friday Despite starting slow this week really picked up for the better and closed out July on a good note. Hopefully August starts out on the same foot.  She wrapped up the bar and now just needs to wait for the results.
    [Comments] Shared Items Might Be Gone, but the LG Stream is Back
    That may or may not, and probably doesn''t impact, any of my comments related to real or perceived competition or partners for any of our products and services. 'Longtime blog readers and social connections know that for years, one of my most fulfilling actions on the Web has been the ability to act as a human filter , passing through hundreds of feeds a day and sharing the best with you, with Google Reader as my workbench, and my shared items being my finished product. And again, you can follow the stream in your favorite RSS reader or on Twitter. The LG Stream. It''s Back.
    [Comments] 3 Reasons No One Comes Back to Your Blog—and How to Fix It
    Your content teaches people something useful, it’s immediately applicable, and you get tons of comments and feedback, so you know it hit the spot…. This guest post is by Alexander Heyne of  Milk the pigeon. You do a series of incredibly useful posts that get a great response, or you get some massive traffic spikes from guest posting, Stumbleupon, Youtube, or your content randomly going viral. Yet no one comes back. Your next post goes into the black hole of the Internet, with little to no response. What gives? Your readers are confused. What happens when a new person comes to your site?
  • CHRIS BROGAN  |  FRIDAY, JULY 29, 2011
    [Comments] It’s Not Who You Circle; It’s Who Circles You
    Comment with meaningful and useful information or ideas. Comment with relevant links to your own work, if it makes sense. In Google+, one of the main activities we perform is finding people of interest to follow. In this graphic to the left, I started following journalists and news professionals based on a great list that I found at Muck Rack (hat tip +Steve Garfield ). This will prove to be great, because I’ll get to learn what they’re doing with Google+, figure out what has their attention, and also, it never hurts to know some reporters and journalists.
    [Comments] How to Make Everybody Happy
    They visit your blog every day and are the first to comment, retweet, and mention your posts. They are infrequent commenters but frequent retweeters. A Guest post by Stanford from Pushing Social. Image by superbomba. Your blog is like the popular kid at school. It needs to look great, be funny, smart, and remember everybody’s name. It’s a tough job. But the hardest part of the job is keeping everyone happy. You are probably figuring out that your readers are not all cut from the same cloth. Some are casual readers, while others are hardcore fanatics that devour every word. Not so.
    [Comments] Taking a 5+ Figure Blog to the Next Level
    These conversations often start with the comment, “I’ve done really well, but growth is flattening off. ” Being a straight-down-the-line sort of person, my response to these comments isn’t always what the business owner wants to hear. Simply by making that comment, though, you’re admitting that your To-do list is longer than you can handle, and that in itself is costing you money. This guest post is by the  Web Marketing Ninja. In my work, I get to speak with a lot of people who’ve done really well from the web. Taking stock. Trust me!
    [Comments] Is Blogger Copyright Dead?
    Don’t make snide comments on the ripped version of your post on their blog. I’d love to hear your feelings on this topic in the comments. If you’re reading this blog post anywhere other than, you’re reading an illegal rip of the original. Content scraping—by automated programs that pull entire posts from your blog for republishing elsewhere—and autoblogging—where sites regurgitate whole articles from your RSS feed on their pages—are the most common content ripping practices. They are illegal. There’s no two ways about this. Tomorrow?
    [Comments] How H&R Block Activated 90,000 Seasonal Tax Pros in Social Media
    Perhaps this is more of a statement about how people consume data than it is a comment on Facebook’s brilliance in mobile technology. 'Scott Gulbransen, H&R Block @sdgully. Scott Gulbransen , Director of Social Business Strategy at H&R Block , joins the Social Pros Podcast this week to discuss the structure of social that allowed 90,000 H&R tax professionals to mobilize in unison earlier this year, driving engagement at a local level, and dealing with federal regulations as a financial services company in social media. Please Support Our Sponsors. Listen Now .
    [Comments] Social Currency and Curation Online Branding Blog
    Leave a Reply Recent Post Online Brand Protection Social Media and Brand Evangelism Building Brands In a Digital World Preparing for Mobile Branding The Shift of Brand Marketing With Social Media Google Instant Search Most Viral Brands of 2010 Internet Branding Is Key To Today’s Marketing Must Read Roundup Eroding Site Equity With A Brand Strategy Recent Comments Mark Nicholson: Branding doesnt happen overni Jan: I think branding a product wel Mark Nicholson: Ive heard xerox used as a ver Em: Genericide examples:Coke." Being able to deliver creates advocates. Entertainment?
    [Comments] 3 Blogging Rules You Should Break
    Let me know in the comments! This guest post is by Anish Majumdar of The most valuable piece of writing advice I ever got was from an editor at a print magazine after I’d handed in the first draft of an article. d spent hours poring over old issues to “get the tone right” and had fought my natural style every step of the way. The end result? returned draft shot through with corrections and a one-line response: “Write from the inside and trust that we’ll get it.”. You know them: keep pieces short. Use bullets. Link to other articles, etc. Make posts scannable.
    [Comments] SoundCloud: for Bloggers, Not Just Musicians
    I’d love to hear what you think of it in the comments. Have you tried podcasting on your blog? Not long ago, Carol Tice wrote a couple of posts on the topic for us, covering the benefits of podcasting and how to get your first podcast up and running. know Carol advises against using a hosted service for your podcasts, but after listening to this podcast on—and about—SoundCloud , I began to wonder about the hidden benefits of using a service like this. Why give it a try? By the end of the podcast I was thinking, this service really makes sound recording and distribution easy.
    [Comments] 10 Of The Web’s Best Sidebars
    In my previous post on the best comment areas we saw that they used badges and rewards to “level up” their readers and make them feel invested in the site. Leave a comment and let me know which sidebar is your favorite. This guest post is by the Blog Tyrant. The sidebar is the second most important place on your site. It is where, after engaging with your content, people head over to subscribe to your list, follow you on Twitter, or buy your product. It is vital that you get it right. NOTE: You might also like the best About Us pages and the best Contact Us pages.
    [Comments] Instagram now supports hashtags and launches Brisk Pics SXSW contest
    today with support for hashtags also known as topics, and the ability to manage and delete your own comments. Instagram one of my favorite iPhone apps released version 1.1 You can find more about the SXSW Instagram Brisk Iced Tea contest on [link] It seems as though brands are starting to use instagram as I predicted in this post: How brands can use Instagram and other mobile photo sharing applications today for customer engagement Do you use Instagram? What are your thoughts on the SXSW Instagram Brisk Iced Tea contest? Mobile apps sxsw brisk iced tea instagram
    [Comments] 9 Facebook Marketing Tactics that’ll Triple Your Fans
    Meanwhile, the community over at the SmartPak Facebook page is very active, leaving hundreds of comments on the dozens of videos and 1,000 plus photos that SmartPak has posted. This guest post is by Neil Patel of  Quick Sprout. Would you like to double, or  even triple the number of fans you have on your Facebook business page? Are you looking to turn those fans into loyal and active fans? Your Facebook business page can die on the vine without a loyal and active following. But success will never come overnight. Tactic #1: Crank out a lot of content. Tactic #3: Train your staff.
    [Comments] Time well spent with Zig Ziglar
    4 comments } Bob Burg May 1, 2010 at 7:47 pm Thank you, Trey. Home About Book Trey to Speak Let’s Connect #smBBQ Subscribe trey pennington connections, content, conversations: commerce™ Time well spent with Zig Ziglar by trey on May 1, 2010 Thank you to Bob Burg and Thom Scott for inviting me to be on the program at this year’s Extreme Business Makeovers where I would share the platform with Zig Ziglar. Zig is my role model in so many ways. When you read my blog posts, you’ll see Zig’s fingerprints all over my philosophy. Thank you Zig. You ROCK, my friend!!
    [Comments] Top 10 Firebelly Blog Posts of 2010
    Thank you to all who read, commented, contributed and shared this past year. Here are the 10 most viewed posts on the Firebelly blog in 2010. The Battle (and Blending) of Social and Search Rages On. Social Media Bootcamp: Facebook for Business. Facebook Fans Mean Business (And Are More Likely to Buy). Easy Ways To Make Your Facebook Page More Welcoming. Learn from Others’ Mistakes: Promote Your Facebook Promotions. How One Unhappy Customer Multiplies Across Social Media. BP Facebook Sentiment. Hook A Facebook Fan Up: They’re Looking For Discounts.
    [Comments] Blog Wise Tip 3: Plan for Productivity
    We’d love to hear your take on planning in the comments. Given all the tasks that can crop up on a blogger’s to do list, it’s no surprise that many of us struggle with task planning and control. Even the big-name bloggers we interviewed for Blog Wise grappled with these issues. Having realized the negative impacts of stress on her productivity, Amy Porterfield has adopted a range of tools—from physical calendars to Google Docs—that help smooth her daily workload, and make sure she gets everything done. Outer order contributes to inner calm,” she said.
    [Comments] Starting with a Virtual Assistant
    Social Media Globetrotter Home Consulting Speaking Travel Blog About SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBETROTTER Starting with a Virtual Assistant View Comments February 1st, 2010 Starting this week I’m going to be experimenting with a virtual assistant to help me and Chess Media Group get tasks done.  In the meantime if you have any questions at all on getting started with a VA please feel free to ask me in the comments section and I will respond.  The company that we are using is the top rated VA company on Elance called Transform Solution.  Happy clients = increased turnover for us.
    [Comments] 7 Little-Known Strategies To Get Your Deadbeat Blog Working For You
    You stare at the 0 comments accompanying each of your most recent posts. Blogs are supposed to bring you traffic, collect comments, and spread your name across the Internet as everyone happily shares the content you so painstakingly created. If you’re building an email list, why does each post end with a comments section instead of an email signup form? You get more comments, more readers, and more people clicking through to your other articles. This guest post is by Jarom Adair of Solopreneur Marketing. You lazy, ungrateful, good-for-nothing blog!”. Get a job!
    [Comments] 3 Key Strategies to Grow Your Hotel on Facebook
    Find out what inspires them, what they find funny, what they are more likely to comment on and share, and that is how you can develop a better brand as a whole. Images create some of the higher levels of interaction on social media, so you’ll find more comments and shares when you opt to throw in some quality pictures. 'It’s important now, more than ever, to actively pursue Facebook followers through strategic tactics. Changes in the Facebook algorithm means that as little as six percent of your followers get to see your post without paid advertising.
  • THE WAY OF THE WEB  |  SUNDAY, MAY 2, 2010
    [Comments] Not sure how to monetise your eyeballs?
    May 3rd, 2010 · View Comments While newspaper and magazine owners are still trying to decide whether or not they should aim for eyeballs or paywalls, there are several other companies who are happy to take up the challenge. Tags: Digital Publishing · Magazine Publishing · newspapers blog comments powered by Disqus Blog Partners Web Strategy Wikinomics Rankings ← M-Publishing – a must attend event for publishers… Taking a quick security break… → Not sure how to monetise your eyeballs? and Mashable and CNN. This won’t change.
  • THE WAY OF THE WEB  |  SUNDAY, MAY 16, 2010
    [Comments] A rather busy week…
    Or just politics… → A rather busy week… May 16th, 2010 · View Comments It’s Sunday evening, and I’m staring down the barrel of 725 unread items in Google Reader, pondering why I haven’t organised any food, and yet feeling like I should make the most of relaxing for an hour or two before the new week begins. Tags: Blogging blog comments powered by Disqus Blog Partners Web Strategy Wikinomics Rankings ← Taking a quick security break… Bored of slogans?
    [Comments] Get Creative About Your Content … Consistently
    In one of their experiments, they asked participants to read an article about an experimental new toy, and then they read comments made by “judges” of the product. Tell us in the comments. This guest post is by Pratik Dholakiya of E2M Solutions. You’ve heard it a thousand times. You need great, original content.” And it’s becoming increasingly obvious that “original” isn’t the same thing as “not plagiarized.”. There’s just one problem. Doing something truly original is hard. How can you make original ideas happen? It doesn’t matter what. Just publish.
    [Comments] Social self-importance: Why content curation will never be king
    Home Comment Caviar Be 3-D. My Work Content Curation Subscribe Dare To Comment Fresh insights on social media and content curation marketing from a young professional in the field Social self-importance: Why content curation will never be king by Ian Greenleigh on September 9, 2010 · 9 comments Let’s be clear: Content curation will not save any of us from having to author our own content. Share this on Facebook Subscribe to the comments for this post? Thanks for the comment and your additional thoughts. Dare to Comment. There’s the rub.
    [Comments] Escaping from Desktop: Online Document Editing Tools for Bloggers
    The Sharing feature is simple enough: as well as the options shown below, you can share the document with anybody and set up access rights to let them edit, comment, or just view the document. As a positive, the Comments feature is amazing and appears to be a huge advantage. I’d love to hear about your experiences in the comments. This guest post is by Nina Gorbunova of TeamLab. first faced the problem of document immobility a couple of years ago, when I was far away from my PC. That’s what we call epic fail. Google Docs. Zoho Documents. Microsoft Office 365.
    [Comments] When You Don’t Have “One Reader”: Writing for a Diverse Blog Audience
    Look through your blog comments (or those on other blogs or forums in your niche) and try to track down some key facts about each segment: Their attitudes: Consider their motivations or reasons for holding certain opinions. Tell us about them, and how you’ve tackled them, in the comments. “Write for one reader” is advice we hear often in the blogosphere, and it can be a useful way to get a consistent voice going on your blog. But the longer you blog, the more likely you’ll be to get to know your readers, and the more diverse their needs may seem. match.
    [Comments] Find Your Voice: Blog Like You’re In a Closet
    Comments, those strange creatures unknown to me previously, started to come in.  Tell us how you connect best in the comments. This guest post is by Brian Lund of bclund. Writing a niche blog is all the rage these days, but they require a different type of content than is typical of a “mass audience” blog. And And that content can be hard to come up with. It took me five years to figure it out, but you are going to learn about it in the time it takes to read this post. Learning from experience. Way back in 2006, I decided that I was going to start writing a blog.  It was flat. 
    [Comments] A Technophobe’s No-tears Guide to Podcasting
    If you’re using something different, let us know about it in the comments.). If you have other simple approaches to getting up your podcast, share them in the comments below. This guest post is by Carol Tice of  Make a Living Writing. You’ve probably heard that adding multimedia to your blog is a great way to grow your audience. But if you’re like me, and technology makes you assume the fetal position and cry like an overtired baby, you may have put off the idea. So I’d like to save all of you the agony and share how I now do my podcasts. Here’s how.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, JUNE 23, 2014
    [Comments] Blogging Like a Shark: 10 Secrets to Bootstrapping Your Blog into a Business
    Run searches to connect with interested parties through twitter, blog commenting, and  everything in between. 'This is a guest contribution from Matthew Capala of Shark bloggers are experts in their field of choice. However, they rarely call themselves experts or gurus. Skilled blogging pros, such as James Altucher , establish their authority on social networks and search engines by creating immensely authentic and valuable content, establishing strong connections with their readers. James hardly resembles a shark, but make no mistake. Stop stalking. Start connecting.
    [Comments] How Writing Confidently, Quickly, and Effectively Saved my Blog
    still remember the day when I got my first spam comment. Share them with us in the comments. This guest post is by Kraig Stewardson of IT Manager HQ. My blog was failing. My subscribers were nonexistent. My posts were disjointed. My writing was awful. My confidence was shot. Honestly, I felt like giving up. knew that I needed to make a change. knew that I couldn’t continue this way. Sound familiar? That was me a little over month ago, before I took some drastic steps to turn things around. How bad was it? was elated. bot found my blog—no one else did—but hey, a spam bot did!
  • PROBLOGGER  |  FRIDAY, JULY 30, 2010
    [Comments] Blog Content Strategy 101
    the quantity and quality of comments, discussions and feedback. Through this process, you’ll find outdated posts, incorrectly categorised or tagged posts, broken links, spam comments, typos — all kinds of issues! Content strategy might seem like the domain of giant content sites and big-brand online publishers. But if you run a blog, you’re a content publisher. And a solid content strategy can help you to more clearly define your goals, and identify how you’ll achieve them. What is Content Strategy? Content strategy frames content as a tool. Share This.
    [Comments] Attack of the Customers Roundup, July 25, 2013
    The challenge is to sit on your hands until that extraordinarily compelling urge *disappears* so you can comment without being in the red flare of unstoppable… Open this article. 'Recent stories of customer attacks, bad business behavior online and advice on how to prevent the latter. Don’t ignore customer service on social media. Social media gets discussed ad nauseam as a marketing tool, but it does have other business applications. Open this article. Easy Steps To Turn Business Failures Into Customer-Generating Positive Case Studies. Alas, it’s human nature.
    [Comments] Why Small Business Trends Matter
      You can also leave a comment to share your thoughts, or share this post with your community of friends with the LIKE or ShareThis buttons.   You can also leave a comment to share your thoughts, or share this post with your community of friends with the LIKE or ShareThis buttons.   This means you have to apply critical thinking to everything that is happening around you, and especially on the trends associated with this social Web. The social Web is a platform where the small business owner has to be especially astute. Remember the massive dot crash? 
    [Comments] How Kodak CMO Jeff Hayzlett Uses Twitter
    pamorama marketing, life, social media Home About Bookshelf Links Contact How Kodak CMO Jeff Hayzlett Uses Twitter by Pam Dyer on January 21, 2010 Share Here’s a great interview with Kodak’s Jeff Hayzlett in which he discusses his approach to his role as CMO. The company is in the throes of repositioning itself as a B2B, and you can tell that he really loves his job. Social media is a key ingredient in Kodak’s marketing strategy, and Hayzlett is an avid Twitter user. Several months ago, Kodak released a primer on how to leverage social media for marketing and engagement.
    [Comments] 7 Self-doubts New Bloggers Can Beat
    It’s all too easy to become disheartened when you see your carefully crafted content languishing with no comments and very few visitors. Getting subscribers, attracting thoughtful comments, reaching a target of earnings, and establishing a reputation as an industry expert are only a few examples of possible performance benchmarks that you might use. Please share your experiences in the comments section. This guest post is by Scott McIntyre of Vivid Ways. Image by R'eyes. Then, slowly but surely, you begin to doubt what you’re doing. Disappointment sets in.
    [Comments] The End of the Monomyth: We Need New Myths in the 21st Century.
    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 44 queries. Follow the blog on RSS , Twitter or Facebook and youll never miss a post again! However, in highlighting similarities between myths, the monomyth hides the important differences between cultures and genders.
    [Comments] Cognitive Surplus - Use Social Connectivity to Change the World.
    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 Cognitive Surplus – Use Social Connectivity to Change the World June 29th, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet My TIVO hates Clay Shirky. link] blog comments powered by Disqus Subscribe to Convince & Convert Jay Baer Greetings. Who we are. Who we want to be. Bravo, Clay.
    [Comments] The 7 Most Strategy-Changing Marketing News Headlines of November
    the comments – we’d love to read and discuss! ' . Once again, it’s been a pretty wild ride through the marketing news arena in November. The little. app that could, Snapchat, shocked almost everyone when they refused to sell for the staggering. sum of $3 billion, leaving it clear that we’re moving towards a new era of mobile messaging. Major research firms revealed that email usage is slipping, and brands are struggling to find. talent to hack their analytics. If there was a single theme in this months’ marketing news, it. Join us as we. count down the most significant stories:  .
    [Comments] What Is Agile Marketing?
    Let us know in the comments. 'To understand “agile marketing,” you must first understand the whole agile methodology. Introduced first for software development, this method focuses on using new work cadences, sometimes known as “sprints,” to prepare for an unpredictable workflow. The traditional method is known as the “waterfall” method, or put simply, taking on each task as it comes, even if it’s piled on top of something you’re already working on. Bear in mind: The word “agile” is often used to describe situations where agile marketing isn’t used at all. How Does It Work?
  • PROBLOGGER  |  SUNDAY, JULY 29, 2012
    [Comments] How to Blog to Build Your Service-based Business
    Study popular posts, comments, and posting guidelines. Let me know in the comments! This guest post is by Amy Harrison of Earlier this year, through emails with ProBlogger about upcoming guest post ideas, I thought about an article about how blogging fed my business model. This was the first time I’d really considered how my articles linked to the revenue I’d earned in the past three years. m not a particularly prolific blogger, and I haven’t written anything outlandish, controversial—or even had a viral post. businesses wanting coaching or training.
    [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] 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?
    [Comments] How Can Data Mining and Responsive Branding Grow Business?
    Tell us how it worked out for you in the comments below or on Twitter ! 'Data mining and Responsive Branding can be among the greatest practices when it comes to making your business social. We have discussed Responsive Branding and how it can add value to your business in the past. Essentially, Responsive Branding is the idea of modifying your branding strategy by leveraging the data you collect on tastes and preferences of your social audience. So how do you get that data? Data mining. What is data mining? ” It’s the second part of that definition that matters.
  • T2 SOCIAL  |  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2013
    [Comments] Social Equity: Social Media Measurability
    Tell us in the comments below or on Twitter ! 'Social media measurability is one of the driving elements behind the value of social media. There are few things that social marketers hate more than hearing the phrase, “You can’t measure social media.” ” Virtually every single aspect of your social media marketing initiatives is measurable, and it is this social media measurability that can add tremendous value to your business. Consider other forms of marketing. Has there ever been an initiative or campaign as tangibly measurable as social media?
  • 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] 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] How to Build a Blog Worth Monetizing
    We covered heaps of ground but I thought I’d pull out some of my most RT’d and commented upon tweets from the hour here as a blog post. 'Earlier in the week I co-hosted the popular #BlogChat Twitter chat. The topic was ‘How to Build a Blog Worth Monetizing’ – a massive topic. The hour-long Twitter chat was one of the fastest moving Twitter chats I’ve been involved in (and the biggest BlogChat ever according to it’s founder Mack Collier ). hope you find these helpful! Foundational Advice. Darren Rowse (@problogger) August 11, 2014. BlogChat.
    [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] 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 You Have a Better Chance of Landing a Guest Post Than You Think (and How to Do It)
    If you get stuck or have a question, just pop a comment below. 'Image via Flickr user Freddie Peña. This is a guest contribution from writer Ali Luke. Do you ever think about guest posting but worry you’re not ready? You probably already know that guest posting is one of the most effective ways to build relationships in the blogging world, get writing credits, and grow your audience … . … yet you might worry that no-one will take your posts, because you’re too new to blogging, your own audience is too small, or you’re not (yet) a great writer. am [name removed]. Good luck!
    [Comments] Improving Family Life, One Blog Post at a Time
    And as parents do the activities, they take photos of their kids and share them on social media and in the comments section of the blog. 'Michael Stelzner, SME and My Kids’ Adventures @mike_stelzner. Michael Stelzner , founder of Social Media Examiner and My Kids’ Adventures , join the Social Pros Podcast this week to discuss starting over (but not quite from scratch), paying careful attention to where your followers are sharing your content, and staying top of mind for people every single day. Please Support Our Sponsors. Listen Now . The RSS feed is:  [link]. Starting Over.
    [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 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 14 Things I Think I Think About 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 14 Things I Think I Think About Social Media May 26th, 2010 |Written By: Jay Baer | View Comments Tweet This is a video interview that my friend Mike Stelzner of Social Media Examiner did with me a few weeks ago. Stelzner on Vimeo. don’t believe Twitter and Facebook will always dominate. awesome.
    [Comments] How to Make Friends and Influence People at the ProBlogger Event
    If they’ve given a presentation you could add, “That was an awesome presentation you gave and I really related to X or Y comment you made.”. Just as you might comment on other people’s blogs in the online world, you need to carve out a ‘belonging’ in the real life world too. In group situations keep your ears open and listen to what other people are talking about, then respond with a positive comment that shows you’ve been listening. Note: “Negative comments are conversation stoppers,” says Don Gabor. But first. Crikey! Be Prepared. Relax. Have you?”
    [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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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] 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!
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