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20 July 2010

Why Your Website Really Needs a Blog

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“Blogs provide a dimension to content that you can’t get from your website.” . . . and that is only one of the insights in a great article I found online in a blog post by Michael Cohn, the Chief Technology Officer of CompuKol Communications. He has over 25 years of experience in IT and […]

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18 July 2010

Teaching with Blogs and Twitter — When “Student Help” Means the Students Are Helping: What are you likely to learn?

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My English students are practicing their writing skills on personal blogs for class assignments. A few of the students still “didn’t get it,” i.e. what was this blogging stuff all about? So I asked them all to write a paragraph with this topic sentence: “Blogs are a great way for people to build an online […]

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13 July 2010

Tips & Tabs for Your Facebook Fan Pages [“Basic” but advanced]

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Karen Clark is as charming as her smile, and I have learned a great deal from her as we both travel along Social Media Revolutionary Road. One day Karen’s photo appeared prominently on my Facebook profile page, and the next day I met her face-to-face at a get-together for the speakers at the first SocialBiz2010 […]

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6 July 2010

Nook Goes After Baby Boomers with Extra Large Type . . . and lower price

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My BFF Sandy Davis has done it again. Recently she reported on her Electronic Book Reader research that paid off with All The Reasons To Choose Nook Over Kindle. Here’s the latest . . . Nook News! For one thing: Prices are Down Guest Post by Sandy Davis Yesterday, Barnes and Noble made an exciting […]

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2 July 2010

Will a FREE WordPress Theme Work for Your Blog?

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When my WordPress Meetup group discussed the new features of WordPress 3.0, I was gungho to get started. Not only did I download the upgrade, but I also decided to test out a new theme. Good thing I “tested” it on a training blog . . . because OOOPS my new theme crashed my site. […]

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18 June 2010

Don’t Make These Webinar Blunders

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Lately WEBINARS have been Top of Mind for me: Should You be Doing Webinars? Should I? If Webinars are the way to go, here’s how to do them In a Twitter conversation,  friend/colleague Karen Clark and I were discussing preferred webinar providers. Meanwhile, Anthony Russo, who monitors Twitter for keywords like webinar,  found us and joined […]

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10 June 2010

Nook beats out Kindle for Superior Online Reading

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A few weeks ago, one of my networking groups gave us the table topic of Your Female Role Model. At the moment my mind went blank .  .  . but darn, I should have thought of my very very good friend Sandy Davis who was my next door neighbor in Springfield, MO. I’ve got lots […]

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3 June 2010

Nearby Businesses Take Note: FOURSQUARE Brings Loyal Fans

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How many downloaded apps are on your SmartPhone . . . that you don’t use . . . because you don’t know how? I’ve got lots, but I wasn’t going to let Foursquare languish, especially since I need it as I adventure through the “villages” of New York City. So when my LinkedIn/Facebook connection  Eric […]

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24 May 2010

Which Side of Digital Divide Will Your Company Be On in 2 Years?

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Social Media Academy is an online learning experience for an online world, and I was fortunate to have recently completed their leadership training for social media consultants — where many of the classes were conducted by one of my first mentors SMACAD CEO Axel Schultze. SMACAD sponsors a LinkedIn group, and member Morris Pentel asked: […]

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21 May 2010

8 Tips to Get Astounding Results from LinkedIn

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Social Media Marketing Mavens is one of my favorite LinkedIn groups because the discussion topics always seem to provide opportunities for me to learn new tactics, tools, and techniques for Social Media Marketing. . . . just one more reason why LinkedIn is such a phenomenal place to “live” and learn. So when I read […]

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19 May 2010

If Webinars are the Way to Go, Here’s How to Do Them

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Should you be doing Webinars? That was the question I asked last week in a Q & A on LinkedIn — and then put some of the answers into a blog post. Then the answers kept on coming, including one from Zak Pines, COO of Avitage — a content strategy and creation firm. Zak’s specialties include Software-as-a-Service […]

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12 May 2010

How to do the “New” PR Right

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It’s obvious that Jodi Kiely is Out There doing PR all over the world — and all over the Net. She’s been a Peace Corps volunteer in Kyrgyzstan, an editor for the Korean OECD Multilateral Tax Center in Korea, and a PR and Investor Relations Officer at Busan-Jinhae Free Economic Zone Authority. Now she’s an […]

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