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SEPTEMBER 7, 2011 People Curation
I just finished reading a great post by Ville Kilkku titled: Klout, Triberr, paper.li, and the future of content curation. It made me realize that people curation should be a lot of what we are really talking about here. But before I get to that, let me step through what he talks about.
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SEPTEMBER 6, 2011 Should Journalism Schools Rethink Magazines? (Or Even Journalism Itself?)
Last week, Susan Currie Sivek wrote about how magazine programs within journalism schools are increasingly giving up on traditional magazines—or as she less cynically puts it, how they are teaching beyond the magazine. It’s the right direction for J schools to take. But does it go far enough? Though I love magazines, I’m not sure any journalism school should have a magazine program. For that matter, I’m not even sure any university should have a journalism school. (By
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SEPTEMBER 5, 2011 Let Google Know Where You Are Located!
I imagine that most of us have been here before, fervently searching through a site to make sure it is in fact the same local company you are looking for. You are not sure though because none of the site content speaks to your locale.
WWW.CONVINCEANDCONVERT.COM New Research Finds the Curation vs Creation Sweet Spot
| TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2011
Whether you’re on a first date, meeting new people at a dinner party, or making it rain on Twitter, it’s just not a good idea to go on and on about yourself. It’s just awkward. Conventional social media marketing wisdom suggests that brands should avoid being overly self-promotional. Thus, brands seek to “be a part of the conversation” by sharing links that are relevant to their followers but often not specifically about their products and services. MORE >>
B2B MEMES Social Media and the Blurring of Professional Roles
| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2011
In a rare post today, Paul Conley stated the obvious : he doesn’t publish much on his blog anymore. Well, duh–all his fans are painfully aware of that. (If If you’re not familiar with Conley, I recommend a thorough study of his archives. Admittedly, that can be depressing for someone like me—Dammit, Conley, why have you always already said what I want to write about, and better than I ever could? MORE >>
WWW.PROBLOGGER.NET 52 Types of Blog Posts that Are Proven to Work
| SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2011
ProBlogger Blog Tips Make Money Blogging Home Blog Forum Workbooks Book Jobs Make Money Archives Written on 9/3/2011 at 12:01 am by Guest Blogger 52 Types of Blog Posts that Are Proven to Work Filed Under: Writing Content 21 Comments Tweet This guest post is by Karol K of Online Business Design blog. Blogging is not only about putting together 400-2,000 words of text and publishing them on your WordPress site. MORE >>
VIZION Great Link Building Tools – The Essentials
| MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2011
Link building is such a vital, yet time consuming task that it is no wonder link builders are always on the lookout for tools to help with their trade. And there are many great ones out there, both free and pay-to-play. But the question is: just what are you looking for in a great link building tool? Any great link building tool should be able to do two basic things: help find quality prospects and help monitor the status of your link building projects. MORE >>