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Things we've been tracking in the past 24 hours... The scale of Starbucks [infographic] June 27, 2011 Why Start a Blog + 10 Ways To Make It Work June 26, 2011 Facebook hits 750 million users milestone June 25, 2011 4 Ways to Shift From “Hard Work” to “Effortless Creation” June 26, … Continue reading #hottoppix for June 27, 2011
Things we've been tracking in the past 24 hours... Matt: Newspaper with WordPress And Google Docs June 19, 2011 Publisher Blog: Bangor Daily News: A complete publishing system on WordPress June 20, 2011 Display Your Instagram Photos as a Gallery with WordPress June 20, 2011 The Daily Plugin: Login Logo June 21, … Continue reading #hottoppix for June 21, 2011
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
Image via Wikipedia Garry Tan has announced that he is leaving Posterous, the ultra-simplistic microblogging company he helped found in 2008. Tan wrote on his blog today that it was time to move on and that he would be taking an advisory role with the company in order to do what he was most passionate … Continue reading Posterous Co-Founder Garry Tan Leaves for Y Combinator
Image via Wikipedia Are your blog posts just “okay”? Want to make them great? If so, keep reading. A great blog post respects the needs of three distinct entities. It educates and informs your audience (your subscribers and visitors), optimizes for the search engines and sufficiently energizes you so that you do a good job … Continue reading 5 Ways to Make Your Blog Posts Outstanding
Image via CrunchBase Rising social media rockstar Kelly Neuville of Envano sent me an article from ReadWriteWeb [you can follow the 'via' link below the graph to the source and read the rest of the article if you're interested] that would seem to suggest at first glance that I should abandon my love of the … Continue reading Tumblr Leaves Posterous in the Dust [?!]
I've been a fan of tumblr for a long time, but the fact that Guy Kawasaki chose Posterous for his 'Holy Kaw' blog got me thinking and testing this morning. My jury's still out, but I'm curious. Here's a video tour from the 'digitalchiropractor' on YouTube -- forget the doctor content and follow along. I … Continue reading Hmmm. I think I may need to rethink Posterous…