Archive | May, 2011

Applying Game Mechanics to Blog Design to Drive Engagement

On average, our standard of living is higher now than it was for our parents. The basic needs for survival, shelter and safety have been met and the thing that we are all searching for now is more fun, engagement, more connectedness with other human beings, and more Game Mechanics. Except, we’re not consciously aware […]

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My Interview for BlogCastFM with Mr. Wow Srinivas Rao

Ok, ok..I know I said I’d be gone, but I just wanted to share with you guys, a link to an interview I did with BlogCastFM’s Srinivar Rao. If you’re not familiar with BlogCastFM, its basically the Tonight Show for bloggers. And it is a great honor to be featured on their site, especially the […]

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Gone Fishin` There’s a Sign Up On the Door

We work WAY too much. So, I’ve decided to take some time off. The Memorial Day weekend is coming up. And I’m taking my crew to Havasupai Falls, which is part of the Grand Canyon National Park. Want to see what that looks like? I know. It looks amazing. I cant wait. Anywho…you should take […]

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Attacking The Blogosphere From The Perspective Of A Psych Fanatic

by Ryan Critchett All of us have individual traits that set us apart from other people. For instance. Some people spend a lot of time reacting to the accidents that take place in their lives while others immediately find the lesson and drive on. There are, however, some common threads in what effective bloggers do […]

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How To Ruin Your Business With Disembodied Testimonials

Testimonials are HUGELY important part of the selling process. They are used everywhere and by all. When I was teaching Network Engineering, the company I worked for had letters by past clients hung on walls all over the place.  In addition to that, the Trainers were required to hand over their professional degrees so that […]

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Why Jason Yormark is NOT the SEO Expert He Thinks He Is

by Dan Cristo So a few days ago here on DIYB, Jason Yormark (pictured above) wrote a piece on how he was able to achieve page one rankings in Google for the term, [Triberr]. Judging from the number of comments, it seems that SEO is still a mystery to many, so I’d like to demystify […]

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The Parables of Business by Danny Brown: A Book Review

I have to start out by saying that I am biased. I think Danny Brown is the baddest motherfucker on the planet. Or at least in the social media space. While others talk a good game, this guy walks it. So, what is this ebook, The Parables of Business, about anyways? It’s 11 chapters that […]

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Today I Want You To Go Someplace Else

The Triberr Community started right here on DIY Blogger about 3 months ago. I’ve written a post that is published on Danny Brown’s blog about how Triberr came about, the challenges we’re facing as a young startup, and the ways in which we are ensuring that the Triberr platform continues to thrive. I think that […]

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