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Journoggers – Journalists that blog

Laurel Papworth

While some journalists adapt to the new writing style well, understanding the media shifts and blogging well as part of the blogosphere, other journalists that blog – let’s call them journoggers – stand apart from the blogosphere, raiding it for content, and disturbing equilibrium.

Cyberbullying and blogs – a case study Mumbrella

Laurel Papworth

Note to bloggers: if you point out fallacies in the way companies do marketing, PR and so forth, you can have pretty intense debates. People can also be bullied online by groups of people such as class groups or collective members of an online community. What is a cyberbully?

Best Internet Marketing Posts of 2009

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

And… Brian Solis is the most eloquent writer I have ever seen in the blogosphere. How to Manage Successful Social Media Promotions (Mashable): How can you get feedback from social channels to offer exclusive deals to your followers on social media communities?

Debunking Five Social Media Myths

Socialized

The blogosphere has been buzzing recently in response to a Wall Street Journal article declaring that e-mail is dead. Unfortunately, the Journal didn’t say e-mail was dead, but reported on Oct. E-mail is far from dead, particularly in large companies. Some companies use Sharepoint and other technologies to manage documents, but many still use e-mail to circulate Powerpoint, Excel, Word and other docs. But that doesn’t mean it’s right for every company.

Ten Reasons PR Pros Should Blog

Waxing UnLyrical

It’s not quite journalism, it’s full of opinion and bloggers live by their own rules even as the best of them do their utmost to adhere to FTC guidelines. It makes the blogosphere less frightening. And, quite frankly, the blogosphere can be daunting.

Blogging: Social Media is Not Only About Social Media Sites

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Well, for one, social media users — that is, users on social news sites such as Digg, Mixx, Reddit — are not particularly enthusiastic about the proliferation of marketers in their community. Tamar is also the author of The New Community Rules (July 2009).

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Bloggers to Watch in 2017

ProBlogger

The blogosphere has changed so much over the past decade. He’s a master at building authority in a niche, identifying community pain points, and crafting businesses that meet those urgent needs. He is the co-founder of WebProfits, a growth marketing agency, and is a partner in many software companies. He contributes regularly to Forbes, Wall Street Journal, and Inc. She became the Executive Editor, running the editorial side of the company.

The Bamboo Project Blog

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Companies that didnâ??t Facebook or LinkedIn) or other communities of practiceâ?? The investment these companies will make in blogs, social networks, and communities will â??stimulate Learning is immersion of yourself in a community of practice and web of interactions.

Will Social Media Influence The Travel Channel Launch's of "Deep Fried America?" An interview with host Jay Ducote

Diva Marketing Blog

What makes Jay especially relevant to the Diva Marketing community is his use of social media, aka Social TV, to promote his on-air opportunity on the Food Network and to leverage the social buzz to encourage Scripps Networks Interactive to pick up the Deep Fried America pilot.

Women in Blogging: 125 Fearless Female Bloggers

Kikolani

This list includes female bloggers that cover a huge variety of topics in the blogosphere. Ann is an SEO consultant, the brains behind the hugely popular My Blog Guest site for bloggers to network and acquire guest blogging opportunities, and a regular contributor to Search Engine Journal.

What Traits Define a Social Media Marketer?

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

People do not want to hear from companies as represented by marketers, they want to hear from other people. You can also not use the tools correctly or not behave appropriately within communities around the tools and market poorly.

Micro Persuasion: Turn Gmail Into Your Personal Nerve Center

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Data Shows English Blogosphere Has Peaked » Sunday, February 25, 2007. Companies spend tens of millions of dollars on IT infrastructures, communications technologies and intranet platforms, yet ask employees what tools they would prefer to use at work and what will they tell you? For example, the Wall Street Journal problem (as Trevor noted). inside Gmail) to read my orkut scraps and community topics without logging into orkut account. Citizen Journalism.

How to Save the World

Buzz Marketing for Technology

fluency -- our ability to function socially in the modern complex world, to be of use socially to others in our communities. This could show what people value in others in their networks/communities, and what they offer, and how that effects both their popularity and the strength of the community as a whole. Building a Community-Based Society. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities. Fast Company. Wage Slave Journal.

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Customer Anthropology: The Art of Observation

Buzz Marketing for Technology

You wont read much about it on the Web because its still competitive-advantage stuff: What I know about the science of it I cannot disclose under a confidentiality agreement, and most of the companies doing it (Steelcase, Intel, Volkswagen, Microsoft -- thats Bill Gates in the pith helmet at right, from a recent Forbes Small Business magazine article on the subject) arent talking about it much. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities. Fast Company.

Best Internet Marketing Blog Posts of 2007 » Techipedia | Tamar.

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Facebook The Facebook Marketing Bible: 24 Ways to Market Your Brand, Company, Product, or Service Inside Facebook (Inside Facebook): Justin Smith shows how Facebook includes a variety of channels that spread the word in a very in-depth blog post. The Social Networking Guide for Newbies (Fast Company): Social networking is much like networking in the real world. Link Buying Guide: Directories, Ads, and Reviews (Search Engine Journal): Need to buy links?

20 Bloggers to Watch in 2012

ProBlogger

” I love Maria’s work because talented curators are needed in this cluttered blogosphere. Her work is highly regarded in the social media community and she was recommended multiple times in the comments section on last year’s list.

Is Social Conversation a Myth?

Convince & Convert

it’s really not possible for a company (or even an individual like me) to have true conversations within social media – and certainly not with any real scale or breadth. That’s why “ humanization &# is – at least to me – a better and more accurate description of what companies and individuals can and should aspire to achieve on the social Web. Remember, social media makes big companies seem small again.

What You Don't Know About Blogging: A Masterclass on the Newsphere

Viper Chill

It’s aimed at a blogosphere where there weren’t millions of blogs in each niche, all working hard to grow an audience. Mashable vs Techcrunch For a long time, TechCrunch was the go-to place for news about startup companies. Home What the F ? Cloud Living Say "Hi!"

Will Social Media Influence The Travel Channel Launch's of "Deep Fried America?" An interview with host Jay Ducote

Diva Marketing Blog

What makes Jay especially relevant to the Diva Marketing community is his use of social media, aka Social TV, to promote his on-air opportunity on the Food Network and to leverage the social buzz to encourage Scripps Networks Interactive to pick up the Deep Fried America pilot.

When Bad Times Make Good Marketers

Diva Marketing Blog

Today I noticed an article in the Wall Street Journal title, " When Bad Times Make Good Movies" and thought that is exactly what is occurring today in the marketing community.

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Build Brand Awareness and Business with Creative Video Blogging

ProBlogger

RMC Tech is my tech repair company. I started the company in 2011, after having been immersed in the blogosphere and social media for years. You’re solidifying trust points with potential customers all around the world, and in your markets and if you have the community skills to “work the room” as they say, it has a powerful potential to contribute to your bottom line. This guest post is by Ryan Critchett of RMC Tech.

Should PR and Marketing pay bloggers to post?

The Way of the Web

It’s not to say it’s impossible – by building and engaging a community, taking direct paid advertising, or occasionally finding an actually lucrative affiliate deal, bloggers can still build a mini media empire.

How to Grow Your Blog by Interviewing Influencers

ProBlogger

The ways that you utilize your blog to make an impression may vary, but the one thing you don’t want to do is become attached to strategies that have grown redundant (either for your blog, specifically – or for the blogosphere in general). .

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Personal Knowledge Management - Pollard

Buzz Marketing for Technology

While we did not coin the term, what we use the term to mean has received considerable uptake in the KM community, and is starting to be used, at least in part and in pilots, in quite a few organization. Many companies still see KM as a means to reduce cost and headcount, re-use intellectual capital and accelerate employee learning. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities. Fast Company. Wage Slave Journal. WHAT THE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF.

How to Save the World - PKM An Update

Buzz Marketing for Technology

While we did not coin the term, what we use the term to mean has received considerable uptake in the KM community, and is starting to be used, at least in part and in pilots, in quite a few organization. Many companies still see KM as a means to reduce cost and headcount, re-use intellectual capital and accelerate employee learning. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities. Fast Company. Wage Slave Journal. WHAT THE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF.

The Most Important Blog Post You'll Probably Never Read

Viper Chill

I’m simply telling the truth, and giving you the real state of the blogosphere for no other reason than it’s about time something like this was said. He promotes journaling software and other products, but he admits his biggest earner is promoting products he didn’t create.

The Future of Blogging: I Had to Tell You This

Viper Chill

According to a recent post by Arrington, things aren’t looking so good at his old company: “He [the new CEO] has to get page views up, which have declined by around 50% since I departed last year (with Siegler singlehandedly the majority of the loss).

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PKM and the Organization - Pollard

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Many companies that jumped early onto the KM bandwagon have all but abandoned it, while many organizations that waited are now repeating the mistakes of the pioneers. Organizations provided staff with access to the Internet, but most of those who were inclined to use it already had it at home and were using it there, without the restrictions imposed by the company -- so that, too, was of marginal benefit. Fast Company Blog. Intentional Communities. Fast Company.

Confessions of a CKO: What I Should Have Done

Buzz Marketing for Technology

I have already written about where I think KM is headed: From content to connectivity , with social networking applications and expertise-finding and community-building processes taking over in priority from the populating and management of massive, just-in-case, context free repositories of documents, and From corporate content management to personal. Fast Company Blog. Fast Company. Wage Slave Journal. WHAT THE BLOGOSPHERE WANTS MORE OF.

Top 1000 Favorite Blogging Links of 2008

Koka Sexton

Koka Sexton dot Com Home About Koka Contact Twitter FULL RSS Top 1000 Favorite Blogging Links of 2008 I do a lot of surfing. Some for entertainment, some for blogging research.

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

Koka Sexton

Koka Sexton dot Com Home About Koka Contact Twitter FULL RSS Top 1000 Favorite Blogging Links of 2008 I do a lot of surfing. Some for entertainment, some for blogging research.