I've been blogging with WordPress for years. Lately, I've really been liking Storify. What happens when you put the two together? Amazing things...
WordPress. Where would I be without it? Most likely living a life of quiet obscurity in Algoma, WI. Thanks to WordPress, however, I have a global platform and people can find me in Google. Does it work? You're reading this, aren't you?
From time to time, I post a list of WordPress plugins that I'm currently using. It must be that time... I think the best recent find is Google Docs Embedder which allows me to easily display documents without having to post them to Scribd first. How about you? Have any good ones to pass along?
If I only had one tool to use for blogging, it wouldn't be WordPress and it wouldn't be Blogger [although both are great tools that I use every day] it would be Posterous. I'm currently scripting my own screencast on the subject of Posterous, but in the meantime, here are a couple of other good … Continue reading Perspectives on Posterous
via lifehacker.com I use 4 out of the 5 platforms daily. WordPress is the hands down favorite of most people in this poll, but the real winner is anyone who uses both Posterous and WordPress together to drive traffic... Posted via web from e1evation, llc
Image via Wikipedia When it comes to blogging, executives have a unique problem. It has to do with the fact that the risk and cost of failure for executives are greater than they are for other employees. Blogging is a personal affair. The learning curve requires the blogger to open up to the world, create … Continue reading The Executive’s Blogging Dilemma
A couple of weeks ago, the brilliant guys at Posterous started an even more brilliant marketing campaign to tout the efficacy of their Posterous platform against other blogging tools. They culminated their campaign with a post on the 'Top 5 reasons to switch from WordPress to Posterous' by saying... "We’d be crazy to declare war … Continue reading Make the switch to Posterous [+ WordPress]
Image via WikipediaThis post from Darren Rowse has me thinking about myself and the people in my trusted network..."I recently was chatting with a new blogger and they made the comment that after 3 weeks of blogging that they’d run out of things to write about. They had written 10 posts so far but felt … Continue reading Taking your expertise for granted