22 Podcasting Tips for Bloggers As Heard at BlogHer13

If you haven’t heard, podcasts are hot, hot, hot. And, they work for bloggers. Although I've been a guest on many podcasts and managed my high school's radio show, I don't have a podcast of my own - yet. I went to this session to learn and share information about how to combine blogging and [...]

By | July 31st, 2013|Blogging, Marketing, Podcasting|Comments Off on 22 Podcasting Tips for Bloggers As Heard at BlogHer13

Conference Coverage 145 Tweets

I like to cover conferences. If you know me, you know that. Do you like to share conferences? Covering and sharing are two different things - or are they? To me sharing, happens via social media. Coverage can, too. Today I'm combining the two to bring you shared coverage from people I talked to on twitter about what was happening at UnGeeked in Chicago. Thanks to CD Vann, the visionary behind UnGeeked for bringing the conference to Chicago over the weekend. By the way, that's me with Anita Campbell who publishes I've always wanted to meet Anita and was looking forward to seeing her speak. Anita is an inspiring woman who models publishing success. During the course of six hours or so, my tweets tracked presentations by Anita, Chris Heuer, Olivier Blanchard. Joshua Garity and Jeff Power. Hearing them speak was enlightening. As I listened, I shared what I found interesting and relevant on twitter. You'll see the twitter transcript here with keypoints in bold. Thanks to EVERYONE who retweeted and contributed to the community dialogue. What jumps out at you? [...]

By | May 16th, 2011|Branding, Conferences|Comments Off on Conference Coverage 145 Tweets

Bloggers and Brands, a Review Video

Group product review of the Samsung ST 600 from Sears Electronics.

By | November 8th, 2010|Blogging, Branding|1 Comment

12+ Comments on Technorati’s 2010 State of the Blogosphere

It's back, and bigger, with 7,200 bloggers responding. This post cover 12 plus comments on Technorati's seventh annual report, The 2010 bloggers mix breaks down into 65% hobbyists, 21% self-employed, 13% part-timers and 1% corporate. A global survey, 2010 geographic demographics divide into: 33% US, 38% North American, 19% EU, 8% AAPC and 2% South [...]

By | November 8th, 2010|Blogging|Comments Off on 12+ Comments on Technorati’s 2010 State of the Blogosphere
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