How to make feedly your default rss reader in Chrome

Do you love feedly as much as I do? Here's a short 3 minute lesson on how to make it your default rss reader: Here's the text to copy and paste: Of course, you can also subscribe using the Feedly Mini button but if you're used to using that RSS icon this will … Continue reading How to make feedly your default rss reader in Chrome

Email Is Not Broken; We Are

Here’s an interesting perspective on the ‘problem’ of email… There's a constant flow of "email is/is not broken" articles across the internet, but most of them miss the point. Email as a system is not broken, but we, through our email behaviors, are. Nearly all of the articles written recently about fixing email have concentrated … Continue reading Email Is Not Broken; We Are

So you wanna be a thought leader?

Here's what I'm thinking at the close of the weekend and the start of a new week... To paraphrase my good friend Dana VanDen Heuvel of MarketingSavant, the difference between a thinker and a thought leader is that while the thinker has a point of view, the thought leader has a PUBLIC point of view; … Continue reading So you wanna be a thought leader?

#hottoppix for June 20, 2011

Things we've been tracking in the past 24 hours... Take Your Show on the Road With the Right Mobile Office Tools June 20, 2011   Why You Should Repeat One Digit in Your Phone's 4-Digit Lockscreen PIN [Security] June 20, 2011   Five Steps for Getting More Facebook Fans June 19, 2011   Optimize the … Continue reading #hottoppix for June 20, 2011

A Beginner’s Guide to RSS and Google Reader

Google Reader is the killer app for 'personal news aggregation' for 'thought leadership' marketing. It all comes down to effectively managing rss feeds...What is RSS? An RSS Reader is a simple and easy way to read your favorite news site or blogs. Instead of going out to these site to read the most recent stories … Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to RSS and Google Reader

The Ultimate Info Smorgasbord!

Image via CrunchBase Are you still getting email newsletters? I'm doing everything I can to eliminate them and keep my inbox for 'just in time' information only. Wait! Where do I get the information which was contained in those newsletters? Through newsfeeds. Here's a post that might help you get started... "Do you have a … Continue reading The Ultimate Info Smorgasbord!

RSS readers in decline?

Image via CrunchBaseThis one really has me scratching my head..."One of the interesting trends of 2009 has been the gradual decline of RSS Readers as a way for people to keep up with news and niche topics. Many of us still use them, but less than we used to. I for one still maintain a … Continue reading RSS readers in decline?

Free online webinar: ‘How to be a Google Reader Rockstar!’

  This is not an old post promotion! I will be doing a 'brown bag' lunch and learn at noon CST Friday, March 18, 2011 on how to use Google Reader like a Rockstar...  Despite what you may have heard, RSS is not dead. In fact, I remain convinced that knowing how to proactively manage RSS feeds … Continue reading Free online webinar: ‘How to be a Google Reader Rockstar!’

Want to Monitor RSS Feeds…

...but don't want to use an rss reader? Personally, I think that's going in the wrong direction, but  that would be your choice. 'Feed my Inbox' is a website that will allow you to track websites with newsfeeds and send an update to your inbox with new postings every day. By the way, if you … Continue reading Want to Monitor RSS Feeds…