I'm a big fan of effective curation for content marketing and 'thought leadership'. My preferred platform is Windows 7 these days, but many of my clients prefer MacOS. I put together a little riff yesterday outlining how use 3 tools to effectively curate content on the Mac.
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
In the past few weeks, I’ve had numerous conversations with colleagues, partners and in some cases, clients, about blogging and the challenges of keeping a blog up and running. Most of those conversations come down to one thing: Content. Do you have enough to say to sustain a blog? Do you have strong enough opinions … Continue reading Content marketing: 13 ways to get your clients to think like a blogger
With job satisfaction rates at record lows and more and more people looking to enjoy a higher quality of life, millions of people are desperately trying to leave their miserable jobs and are flocking to the world of blogging and Internet marketing.If you're already a blogger, chances are you've heard of Darren Rowse, Brian Clark, … Continue reading 10 Hard Truths About Blogging