Category Archive for: ‘Blogging Tips’

Blogging Vs Journalism #4886754

I liked this so much, I’m just going to repeat it: ” Know what’s bad about paper? Paper’s slow. Paper can’t tell you that OMG Steve Jobs is pulling out the long-awaited iPhone on stage right this second. Hell, even TV couldn’t bring a bulky setup into Jobs’s Macworld keynote to tell you that. Yes, I’m one of those jackasses …

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Five Reasons You Blog Meme

Here’s one of those blog tag games again. I’ll bite. Five reasons why I blog: I get paid to do so. Writing is a good habit to get into. So is research. So is sharing. Why not? I need to tag five people: John Scott Sophie Wegat Barry Schwartz Michael Gray Nick Wilson

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Why Bother Reading Search Blogs?

There is more than one search blog. Many search blogs repeat the same stories. Many search blogs add very little to the conversation. Is cutting and pasting a search story of interest to anyone, including the person who is doing it? There is more than one forum. Many forum posts repeat the same stories. Many forums add very little to …

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Blogging Death Threats

This is just wrong. Kathy Sierra, who writes the excellent “Creating Passionate Users” blog claims to have received death threats, on her own blog, and others: “As I type this, I am supposed to be in San Diego, delivering a workshop at the ETech conference. But I’m not. I’m at home, with the doors locked, terrified. For the last four …

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Breaking Up Is Hard/Easy To Do

Interesting thread on Threadwatch about what makes a person continue to read a blog, or unsubscribe. “Ad Age and Vizu Answers conducted a new study on blog readership. 67.3% of the respondents follow links to learn about new blogs. What is more blog readers rely upon recommendations on blogs (22.9%) more highly than simply finding a blog via a search …

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