Twitter is something I'm working to incorporate more into my daily routine. I have all of 20 followers, but I'd hoped by tweeting my experience as a new business owner I'd gather some mindshare and get input from the community. Here's a bunch of hints and help for those, like me, who are just getting rolling. Twitter isn't just a tool,
A link to the MIMA "Blog Carnival" was forwarded to me by a friend of mine, and there are some really interesting questions being posed there (link in image below). Here's my take on one of the issues raised in the Carnival Q&A: 2) Will Facebook, MySpace, and SMS marginalize the role of email in communication between friends, family, and
This is interesting: spy :: visualizes the conversations on Twitter, Friendfeed, Blogs and more. Very handy to get a "right NOW" view of what the "twitterati" et al are thinking and saying about any topic.
My first Digg front-page post. Go Sean! One superhero's fight to take back Kansas from the religious goofballs, XKCD-style Digg - Running for Office: It’s Like A Flamewar with a Forum Troll [this is good]
Alphabet Bash, Networking Event for Minnesota Marketing Communication Professionals I just attended a great networking event in the Twin Cities last night. The event, in its second year, brought together a number of communication groups (IABC, AMA, AdFed, PRSA -- hence "alphabet bash") for the express reason to network contacts and generate leads,
Five Common Headline Mistakes and How to Avoid Them | Copyblogger five common mistakes that people make when writing headlines, which also serve as checklist items for you to take into account when crafting your own. Good stuff to think about when writing headlines, and a few I'd not thought about. Listing is a great idea, e.g., "Five common
Internet marketing videos from Tubetorial Looks like this will be a great resource on learning some of the finer bits of Web design and other tips/tricks -- video is probably one of the fastest ways I've found to learn online.