Tag Archives : Journalism


WordPress Business Blogging Video | Be a Niche Celebrity 5

Here’s a video of Mike Stewart’s presentation at Armand Morin’s Big Seminar in April 2007. In less than 90 minutes, Mike covers why you need a blog, how to upload audio and video and even what new media marketing can do for you as a niche celebrity. [googlevideo=http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-8368566220616494381&hl] Thanks to Armand and Mike for posting […]


MyRagan | Network for Communicators

If you’re not a corporate communicator, you may not know about Ragan Communications. I first heard about Ragan when one of my corporate consulting clients added me to their Ragan Report reading list. Because being mentioned by Ragan was a coveted honor, in planning meetings we mused about how Ragan would review our internal communications ideas.  When I was lucky […]


LinkedIntelligence Awards | Blogworld & New Media Expo 5

Over the weekend, Scott Allen announced the LinkedIntelligence Smart Ways to Use LinkedIn prize winners.  When Scott called for entries in the Ask Liz Ryan Yahoo! group, I wrote up “The Top 10 Ways to Quickly Become a Subject Matter Expert Using LinkedIn.” Here’s my prize . . . Barbara Rozgonyi – Admission and 2 […]


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The New Rules of Marketing & PR by David Meerman Scott | I’m in the Book 4

David Meerman Scott’s upcoming book, The New Rules of Marketing and PR: How to Use News Releases, Blogs, Podcasting, Viral Marketing and Online Media to Reach Buyers Directly[pre-order on Amazon], goes on the market in a few weeks. From the early editorial reviews [see later in post], this will be a best-seller. Back in January […]


The System Seminar | Ultimate Internet Marketing Education & Networking 3

In the inner Internet circles, The System Seminar [affiliate link] has a reputation for providing pure content, a professional environment and bleeding edge techniques. All that’s true, but the approachability and friendliness of every one I met, including the speakers, surprised me. Ego was absent – the only time people talked about how well they […]