Are Blog Comments Dead? | Justin Levy

Justin Levy

Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking Are Blog Comments Dead? Written on July 30, 2010 by Justin Levy in blog , community , facebook , interactions , social media , twitter 23 Comments - Leave a comment!

Blogosphere Trends + Using Infographics

ProBlogger

is like a search engine for infographics, so if you’re looking to use a graphic created by someone else (with permission or by Creative Commons and with attribution, of course), you may well find what you need here among the thousands of beautiful options that have already been created. Please share them in the comments. Blogosphere Trends + Using Infographics.

iPhone 4 First Impressions

Justin Levy

Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking iPhone 4 First Impressions Written on June 25, 2010 by Justin Levy in iphone , video 6 Comments - Leave a comment!

iPhone 141

How to Write a Great Business Blog Post

SocialFish

Because sometimes you ARE wrong, and pretty much every time there is someone who disagrees with you, and in the blogosphere, that is all welcomed and expected. Ask specific people, if you can, directly in the post or indirectly afterwards, to share their comments in response.

How To 276

Ten Reasons PR Pros Should Blog

Waxing UnLyrical

Image: Chris Lott via Flickr , Creative Commons One of the questions that Joe asked us was what our blogging experience has been like. It makes the blogosphere less frightening. And, quite frankly, the blogosphere can be daunting. Sign out Leave your comment here.

What we can learn from blog firestorms.

Akamai Marketing

THEN it happens: SLAM BAM a snarky comment or worse, an outright attack. Manners: If your going to comment in social media or write a blog, go ahead and set some ground rules of engagement for yourself. So, have you ever had a comment or blog post blow up on you?

Take a Peek at Who I Read

Justin Levy

Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking Take a Peek at Who I Read Written on August 15, 2009 by Justin Levy in alltop , justinlevy , social media 3 Comments - Leave a comment!

Alltop 149

The Bamboo Project Blog: For Blogging Beginners: Evolution of a Blog Post

Buzz Marketing for Technology

In this video, what I wanted to do was trace the evolution of a blog post, from me reading an article in my feed reader, through me posting my own response to the article and the interactions that took place in comments at my blog and at the original post. Sue--re: commenting.

The Bamboo Project Blog: De-Grading the Workplace

Buzz Marketing for Technology

In one of those serendipitous moments that occurs so often in the blogosphere, a few days later I saw that Christy Tucker bookmarked one of Kohns articles, so I clicked through to check it out. Listed below are links to weblogs that reference De-Grading the Workplace : Comments. Thanks Skip and Ines for your comments. Post a comment. Name: Email Address: (Not displayed with comment.). Comments: Wondering What This Blog is All About?

The Bamboo Project Blog

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Comments (2). |. Comments (5). |. Leave me a note in comments with your suggestions and any reasons why youre making the nomination. Comments (8). |. Comments (0). |. The Social Media Game--Remixed and Some Comments. Comments (1). |. Comments (11). |.

Blogging in Brief: Goal-Setting … and Reaching!

ProBlogger

And the blogosphere is a great place to get inspiration for setting and meeting those goals… Image courtesy Moyan_Brenn, licensed under Creative Commons. Let us know about it in the comments. Share your thoughts with us in the comments.

eLearning & Deliberative Moments: The present and future of Personal Learning Environments (PLE)

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Conception about what should constitute a PLE depends on the perspective of the commentator. This article has been compiled after tracking recent conversations in the blogosphere and following social bookmarks. Im not an edutech specialist and would welcome any comments and ideas.

Jumping Over a Mountain | chrisbrogan.com

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Disagree with me in the comments. If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the feed to receive future articles delivered to your feed reader. Comments. Comment by Jonny Goldstein on May 22, 2008 @ 12:19 am. Comment by Steven R.

The Bamboo Project Blog

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Comments (0). |. Comments (13). |. If you have any, please email them to me or leave me something in comments. Create a Voicethread presentation with narration--this also lets people respond with their own audio comments. If youd like, you can also leave me a link in comments here. And be sure to check out what other people are doing and leave a comment. UPDATE -- Check out comments for some GREAT examples of this weeks challenge. Comments (16). |.

Best Internet Marketing Posts of 2009

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

And… Brian Solis is the most eloquent writer I have ever seen in the blogosphere. 10 Creative Contests Powered by Social Media (Mashable): You can use social media to do many things: build community, make business decisions, and more.

6 Laws Every Blogger Needs to Obey so they Don’t Get Sued

ProBlogger

One of the most important developments in the blogosphere when it comes to U.S. Use Creative Common images: Another great source to look for free images is to visit the Creative Commons photos on Flickr. These photos do not have copyright restrictions, but are usually based upon a few Creative Common attributes, like “share,” “modify,” or “non-commercial use.” You will require a minimum amount of information so you can avoid anonymous comments.

wordpress Resources at siteground

Social Media Strategery

Events Calendar Subscribe: Posts | Comments | Email Social Media Strategery Best Of Best Practices Enterprise 2.0 However, this has led to an almost stale conversation in the social media blogosphere where we’re preaching to the choir. Home About Me Speaking Legal-ese My Team Gov 2.0

Should PR and Marketing pay bloggers to post?

The Way of the Web

February 18th, 2010 · View Comments The concept of paying bloggers to create a post about your product or service is not a new one – and it’s becoming more of an accepted practice by both PR and Marketing teams, and bloggers themselves.

The Bamboo Project Blog: 21st Century Workplace Literacy: What Does that Mean and How Do We Engage More People in the Discussion?

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Comments. How to connect: I think strategic commenting on blogs of both sides, with one or more references to the other side. However, I think the people in the blogosphere now honestly want to learn about the future. Like you said, they may not using the most effective approach right now (just talking to each other), but people who are actively participating in the blogosphere now have a big head-start in any case. Post a comment. The Bamboo Project Blog.

Customer Anthropology: The Art of Observation

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. comment []. Creative Works. · Creative Works. Common Dreams. Im listening to: WHAT THE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF. thank you comments, and why readers liked their post. comments that engender lively discussion. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

How Jon Morrow Crafted the Most Popular Post on Problogger

ProBlogger

It got over 540 comments and was one of the most popular posts on Copyblogger. He made use of it to create the most popular post in the blogosphere. Image courtesy guigo.eu, licensed under Creative Commons. This guest contribution from Ahmed Safwan. Writing viral posts.

How to Save the World

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. What this chart says is that: Our social value to others is a function of (a) the extent of our knowledge, our thinking competency (critical, creative and imaginative), and our communication skills (conversation, presentation and demonstration), and (b) our ability to integrate these three things. comment []. Imagining Other Possibilities: Creative Works. · Common Dreams.

How To 100

Micro Persuasion: Turn Gmail Into Your Personal Nerve Center

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Data Shows English Blogosphere Has Peaked » Sunday, February 25, 2007. Well, actually, they merely link to Steve Rubels instructions for doing the same, but lifehackers comments are unmatched! Comments. You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post. And public clipmarks can be commented on by anyone (although even there you have some control of what you see and what you dont see). The comments to this entry are closed.

Monthly Trends + 10 Tips for a Flawless Linking Strategy

ProBlogger

The top ten stories of the last month, according to Regator.com ’s blogosphere trends were: 1. Showing that you’re reading a competitor’s blog (especially if you take the extra step to leave thoughtful comments there) can be the start of great relationship that has advantages for you, the other blogger, your readers, and the community as a whole. Please share your thoughts in the comments! This guest post is written by Kimberly Turner, cofounder of Regator.

Confessions of a CKO: What I Should Have Done

Buzz Marketing for Technology

comment []. Creative Works. Creative Works. Common Dreams. WHAT THE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF. thank you comments, and why readers liked their post. comments that engender lively discussion. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Dave Pollards papers on business innovation & knowledge management. May 2004. Apr Jun. MADE IN CANADA. trust your instincts. < < £ Salon Bloggers & > May 31, 2004. -->.

Personal Knowledge Management - Pollard

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. comment []. Common Dreams. WHAT THE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF. thank you comments, and why readers liked their post. comments that engender lively discussion. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. November 2005. Oct Dec. MADE IN CANADA. trust your instincts. < < £ Salon Bloggers & > November 23, 2005. -->.

How to Save the World - PKM An Update

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. comment []. Common Dreams. WHAT THE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF. thank you comments, and why readers liked their post. comments that engender lively discussion. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. November 2005. Oct Dec. MADE IN CANADA. trust your instincts. < < £ Salon Bloggers & > November 23, 2005. -->.

What Traits Define a Social Media Marketer?

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

They should be passionate, strategic, creative, personable, intelligent, aggressive, diligent, determined, adaptable, motivated and have a sense of humor. Characteristics: unselfish, interested in people, open-minded, un-controlling and creative.

PB173: How to Use Quotes in Your Blog Content Legally and Ethically

ProBlogger

In fact, I would say probably 10, 15, 20% of my blog posts usually started with me bouncing off the idea that someone else had started on their blog, so it was very common for bloggers to be linking to one another and quoting one another in the early days.

PKM and the Organization - Pollard

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. And the creative people who often had the Knowledge Director thrust upon them conceived of KM as a means for increasing organizational innovation, customer satisfaction and employee retention. comment []. Common Dreams. Im listening to: WHAT THE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF. thank you comments, and why readers liked their post. comments that engender lively discussion.

PB173: How to Use Quotes in Your Blog Content Legally and Ethically

ProBlogger

In fact, I would say probably 10, 15, 20% of my blog posts usually started with me bouncing off the idea that someone else had started on their blog, so it was very common for bloggers to be linking to one another and quoting one another in the early days.

Top 1000 Favorite Blogging Links of 2008

Koka Sexton

Leave a comment! Following Comments ¬ Natural #2798 January 5th, 2009 at 8:45 pm okay wow. I was seriously attached on using this amazing tool on searching blogs to comment on, to study on and even just to entertain me.

Top 1000 Favorite Blogging Links of 2008 - Koka Sexton dot Com

Koka Sexton

Leave a comment! Following Comments ¬ Natural #2798 January 5th, 2009 at 8:45 pm okay wow. I was seriously attached on using this amazing tool on searching blogs to comment on, to study on and even just to entertain me.

6 Powerful Guest Post Tactics that No One’s Talking About

ProBlogger

Image courtesy guigo.eu, licensed under Creative Commons. If you care to read any of the numerous guest posting guides available across the blogosphere, you will typically read about advice relating to the same two topics: how to find guest posting opportunities. When targeting blogs for which you can write a guest post that converts, you need to find common ground. Blogs with a relatively high comment count usually indicate a high level of engagement.