I’ve been a fan of Dave Winer’s for years, and I’ve always enjoyed his “Blogger of the Year” post because I would normally learn about a new blogger or be reinforced about a feed in my reader. Not only that, but it was an annual reminder that blogging is a worthy endeavor in itself despite … Continue reading Facebook Bloggers as Blogger of the Year??
Affiliate Marketing Legend and all-around geek Todd Crawford and I are back with episode six of our weekly podcast, GeekTo.Me. We had a ton of fun doing the show and it’s (in my opinion) our best show yet. We definitely keep getting better and better (and geekier and geekier) every week. So, if you’ve got … Continue reading GeekToMe 6: Freemiums and Netbooks
For all those interested in the wild-west world of micro-blogging (Twitter, Identi.ca, TWiT Army, etc), BearHug Camp starts at 9am PST today. Strange name, but this really looks like it will be a very important day for the future of the web… TechCrunchIT » Blog Archive » BearHug Camp is here: “Friday, September 12 at … Continue reading BearHug Camp Today
XMPP has had a meteoric rise in term of its profile and application over the last two years. Part of that is due to the rise of microblogging services such as Twitter or Identi.ca that leverage the XMPP platform to deliver real time updates to users. However, there has been a hiccup in Twitter’s usage … Continue reading XMPP as the Marketer’s Golden Egg; Latency as Magic Beans
During my presentation called “Leveraging Social Media” at Affiliate Summit East, I took up most of the allotted hour to discuss tools and strategies that affiliate marketers could use to help them both better monitor and better participate in the increasingly important social networks out there in the wild. This is an important issue because … Continue reading Attractive Microblogging for Marketers 301