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BlogWord08 | State of the Blogosphere | Twitter Updates

Interested in what happened at BlogWorld? During the sessions, I sent out what amounted to a 15 page Word document, which added up to over 300 updates. This post covers the state of the blogosphere address & opening keynote with Chris Alden, Anil Dash and Richard Jalichandra who previewed Technorati's State of the Blogosphere report. You'll [...]

By | September 26th, 2008|Social Media|1 Comment

Cool Tool |Better Blog Composer | Live Writer

Ted, an audio consultant/aspiring professional chef/home improvement wizard, has a special tool for every job. Whether he's laying bamboo flooring, carving holiday roasts or installing the Dinosphere's sound system, he's convinced that the job gets done faster, smarter and better with the proper equipment. In 2008, I'm premiering a Cool Tool feature that gives you [...]

By | January 4th, 2008|Blogging|2 Comments

BlogWorld|Leo LaPorte |Future OF New Media Publishing

BlogWord Expo's Friday opening keynote speaker, Leo Laporte covered the future of new media publishing tools. This post is dedicated to Robyn Tippens [link with photo of Robyn Tippens presenting Leo Laporte with his Weblog Best Podcast Award] of MyBlogLog, whose enthusiasm for this presentation motivated me to get up, get going and get started [...]

By | November 12th, 2007|Uncategorized|3 Comments

BlogWord | PR Do’s and don’t’s

In this session, the moderator guided the discussion among six panelists. Top takeaways . . . Good corporate blogs: Southwest, GM and Kodak. "A press release has no real business in the blog world. It’s about community, ranking, participating. Until you’re engaged at the level, you really have no clue." Brian Solis Key Discussion Points [...]

By | November 12th, 2007|PR|1 Comment

BlogWorld | Building an Online Community

Speakers Wendy Piersall, Emomsathome Matt Colebourne, CoComment Dave Nalle, BlogCritics Great session - please share your impressions or thoughts about building an online community. The tone that Wendy sets in her posts is extremely personal. She stays appropriate and relevant. Because that tone is there, people are respectful. That personal aspect causes them to want [...]

By | November 12th, 2007|Branding, Internet Marketing, PR|1 Comment
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