People call me The Community Guy
Blogs as Ad campaign
Interesting article on blogs as a successful media campaign. It’s my job to know how blogs can tap into desirable audiences from an advertising perspective. I can give you some anecdotal evidence that blogs get the job done, but please know that clients are usually very skittish about talking about their online advertising publicly. (So […]
Great use of RSS
This guy is reading the Da Vinci notebooks one day at a time. Subscribe to his RSS feed to keep up with him. What an amazingly inventive, yet obvious way of using RSS!
Pucker Up takes a stab at the traits of the good blogger.
Soulmate – religion style
Beliefnet – as they describe themselves: We are a multi-faith e-community designed to help you meet your own religious and spiritual needs — in an interesting, captivating and engaging way.
I love the trend I’m starting to see where conferences like South by Southwest (SXSW) are starting to have bloggers (usually people involved with the conference) blogging away during and shortly after the conference. Check out the SXSW 2004 blog. This is an incredibly better way to sell the 2005 conference than any brochure will […]
Blogging goes to print
An interesting story about the San Diego Reader publishing an entire month’s blog entries from brianstorms.com.
New to RSS?
Ever wonder what RSS or XML feeds are? Check out this great tutorial. (Hat tip: Buzzmachine)
Check out this site trying to make a go of multiple industry blogging.
Funny movie trailer of a Blogumentary.
Blogging saves lives
Quicktime movie clip of Crystal talking about posting a cry for help on her blog….and it working.