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3 Rockstar Blogs to Read [March]

I don’t have a blogroll like many blogs because I think they get stale and are usually filled with the usual suspects. But there are still many great blog out there I want to take the time to recommend. With that intent I plan on spotlighting 3 blogs every month that I think you should [...]

The Non-Blog and Dr. M von Vogelhausen

What do you call blogs that aren’t on a blogging platform? I call them non-blogs? I noticed this trend a few years ago when I would discover very active people in the social media space who didn’t have blogs using tools like StumbleUpon and then later FriendFeed for their blog. Not in addition to a [...]

Being a Social Media Ninja

I’ve blogged here almost every day but not yesterday. But I did post, A LOT not just here. Why? Well because I was putting into practice some of the things I’ve been talking about here and consulting on with my client. I actually got to get my hands dirty, something I don’t do much of [...]

How Do You Prioritize Your Social Media?

Image by luc legay via Flickr I’ve recently received a few inquiries from friends. They’ve noticed that I haven’t been as conversational on Twitter lately. I still highly value the conversations on Twitter I just don’t actively participate as much as I used to. If you’ve read any of my previous posts you know that [...]

Why Would You NOT Blog?

Image by Tac Anderson via Flickr Following yesterday’s post (and months of posts really) about how easy Posterous makes blogging, why would you NOT blog? Seriously it’s so freaking easy? If sending an email is too tough, check out Tumblr. Pulling an RSS feed doesn’t get any easier. Check out my music blog http://tacanderson.tumblr.com/. The [...]

Be a Social Media Black Belt with Posterous

Image via Wikipedia When asked what the next hot thing is in social media I say work flow. I know it sounds boring but tools that streamline the process of social media management and allow us to scale all this playing around on the Web we call social media *work* is so hot right now. [...]

What’s your Web Mosaic look like?

As you know I like to “think out loud” here on here on my blog (should I call it “blogging out loud”? hmmm). And lately I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the relationship between people and content and how we think about both our Web presence as well as our content distribution. Warning: [...]

Your complete guide to following SXSW without having to go to Texas.

So if you’re like me, you’re NOT at SXSW But never fear, here is your complete guide to catching everything at the event without having to be there. Twitter Search will probably be the most popular real time way to keep up on all the sxsw activities. The biggest problem is that you will see [...]

Don’t take yourself so seriously

For an industry that’s surrounded by viral videos, Digg, BoingBoing, LOL Cats and Bacon we sure like to take ourselves seriously. Maybe it comes from years of no one taking us seriously or maybe it’s because we think corporate America (aka the guys with money) won’t want to talk to us unless we’re very severe. [...]

An Open Letter to Web Startups: Please Take My Money

It was just announced that comment tracking service Co.mments will be shutting their doors. We are going to be seeing a lot of startups running out of cash in 2009. A space like comment tracking can only handle so many entrants, especially when none of them have a viable business model yet. Over the last [...]

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