Daily Archives: Tuesday, April 11, 2006

One of the top ten things Guy Kawaski learned during his first 100 days of blogging is that I’m clueless

One of the top ten things Guy Kawaski learned during his first 100 days of blogging is that I’m clueless: My favorite lesson from Guy’s first 100 days of blogging: “A tiny amount of people who read my blog are … Continue reading

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The VIP unvitation — or how not to kick-off your e-mail marketing conference marketing

The VIP unvitation — or how not to kick-off your e-mail marketing conference marketing: Paul Conley was emailed a “VIP invitation” to an upcoming “e-mail marketing summit” — with the host offering to pay the “cost of (his) airfare, hotel … Continue reading

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What Nick Bradbury said

What Nick Bradbury said: “It is scary for small developers who see bigger players like Microsoft, Apple, Google and Yahoo getting into their space – especially when some of those bigger players have a track record of “embrace and extend” … Continue reading

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An incredible Wikipedia entry – the April 6-8 tornados

An incredible Wikipedia entry – the April 6-8 tornados: This Wikipedia entry is a very striking example of the power of the collaborative-media platform to build a resource of information surrounding a breaking-story. There’s even a Wikipedia project to help … Continue reading

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Dusting off the Screaming Media model

Dusting off the Screaming Media model? Heather Green writes today about the BlogBurst Syndication Network (from Pluck Corp.), “a service that pulls together the posts of 700 bloggers and makes them available for traditional publications.” Quote: “Pluck employees then vet … Continue reading

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