I’m speaking today on the benefits of “Social CRM”…

...featuring a tool called Gist and you can see it here over the internet! Here's a brief outline of my intro: This event is hosted by my friend Dana VanDen Heuvel at The Docking Station in Green Bay, however, thanks to the new functionality in Google+ of being able to broadcast a hangout over the … Continue reading I’m speaking today on the benefits of “Social CRM”…

Is Blogging Dead or Are Companies Not Trying Hard Enough?

In Monday’s epic post I mentioned the UM Dartmouth study on the death of blogging. Here’s the response I should have written if I were as smart as Gini Dietrich of Spin Sucks… When I speak to CEO organizations, I typically run through a series of quick slides that show where technology is right at … Continue reading Is Blogging Dead or Are Companies Not Trying Hard Enough?

What would I do…

…if I won a blogging trip to Australia? What? A blogging trip? Yes! A few weeks ago, I read a post on Darren Rowse’s ProBlogger blog. He shared… A year ago I was in Queensland for a conference and, sitting at the airport, I had the crazy idea that we should run a ProBlogger Down Under … Continue reading What would I do…

Over 100 Stories Told with @Storify!

I've officially told over 100 stories with Storify so I guess you can say that I officially love it! Thanks to the guys at Storify -- especially Burt and Jeff -- who make and support such a great technology. I think the future of blogging looks a lot like Storify... Here are some of my … Continue reading Over 100 Stories Told with @Storify!

How to Be a Leader in an Age of Information Overload

I talk frequently about curation and what a valuable tool it is. I teach my students and clients that the time to curate content like this is when you find the paragraphs you WISH you’d written and you can add value to the curated content in the process. Jeff Goins is one of the most … Continue reading How to Be a Leader in an Age of Information Overload