Image by Michael Heilemann via Flickr I have a question for those of you who maintain more than one blog, as I do. As many of you know: I write regularly for Inc.com on the Start-Up Toolkit blog. I have with the Harbrooke Group blog for my business. This blog is for personal observations, and […]
Over at the Harbrooke Group blog, I posted about a recent experience when I went to visit Pepsi. In light of the FTC discussion about bloggers and advertising disclosure, I felt it relevant to not only post about it there, but here too, and to make sure my sites have disclosure policies. This is a […]
A very, very comprehensive list of tools and techniques for boosting your social media productivity. So comprehensive, in fact, that I’m blogging this mostly so I can read some of the links at a later time. There are just too many – it would, ironically, make me unproductive to try to follow all this advice […]
I hadn’t posted this previously, but this is an interview by John Havens of Doc and me at the 10th anniversary of the ClueTrain book in New York. We discuss the Clue Train 10 years later, and how much of what was predicted actually came true.
Today, October 15th, is a do-something day online. Blog Action Day, supported by everyone from the UN to Friendster, is generating awareness of what everyday people can do to fight poverty, worldwide. Creative Commons awareness is about letting people know they have a choice when they share their words, pictures, and images in public- they […]