Tag Archives: blogging

[Most] Companies Don’t Get Social Media

As someone that actively works in social media I’ve become progressively more convinced that the majority of companies don’t have a clue about social media or the importance it can play in the way a company presents itself.  Granted, there … Continue reading

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Follow Up to Advice for PR Consultants Post

Two things have happened in the past few days that, at least my own opinion, emphasize the facts in my prior post: first that PR people typically don’t have a clue when it comes to dealing with bloggers (the very … Continue reading

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A Few Words of Advice for PR Consultants

If you work in public relations, either for a firm or as a consultant, and particularly if you wish to engage with bloggers as part of the services you provide for your clients than you probably want to read this… … Continue reading

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Twitter as Get Out of Jail Free Utility? You Bet!

CNN is reporting that James Karl Buck, a graduate student from University of California-Berkeley was arrested while on the outskirts of a riot related to the rising food prices in Egypt when he was taken into custody by the Egyptian … Continue reading

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Want to Monetize Old Content? Contact Me Now

Hey, everyone. This is a bit of a non-typical post but I figured I might as well reach out to my community of readers since reaching out to some other folks (like Engadget and Gizmodo and CNet and Expert Village … Continue reading

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Death By Blogging, and Other Tall Tales

It’s no surprise that half a dozen people sent me a link the Matt Richtel’s New York Times Article (login required) about the stresses of blogging and the toll it takes on one’s health. To his credit, Matt did attempt … Continue reading

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Did Sethi Ever Pay?

Recently, a number of folks have written me asking whether or not Sam Sethi, former CEO of Blognation, had ever made good on his promise (and contract) to pay me or any of the other bloggers that spent several months … Continue reading

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