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Turning Spam Into Engagement Gold

I learned this from the always insightful Tom Webster about two years ago when he did a keynote at BlogWorld. Spam comments are a pain in the ass, they are made of evil, evil stuffs, and they suck monkey balls. But, if you bring them out in the open, they can be quite funny. Tom [...]

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WordPress Fun with Advanced Custom Fields

By John Garrett from Hypertransitory Good news, people…I’ve discovered the most fun you can have with WordPress -and it’s with the Advanced Custom Fields plugin. Come on in and join the party! Advanced Custom Fields…trust me Ok, sorry guys. I got you in here under false pretenses. The Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) plugin is not [...]

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The First-Ripple Theory

What kind of splash your blog post is going to make, depends largely on two factors. The velocity of the pebble, and the size of the first ripple. Let me ‘splain. The Pebble The “velocity of the pebble” refers to the quality of the post. How hard and fast can your post hit its intended [...]

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5 Sites That Will Make You More Interesting Than Cat Photos

Let’s face it. If your friends and followers knew just how funny, insightful, and smart you really are, they would be commenting, retweeting, sharing, and engaging with you non-stop. So how do you show them your true genius? These five sites will help you find content that will delight your Twitter followers, titillate your Facebook friends, [...]

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All New @Listly Is Here

In case you’re not familiar with List.ly, here’s a quick lowdown. List posts are one of the most popular, persistant, and useful forms of content you can find online. We’ve all seen them: 12 Most Perfect Ways to X 7 Reasons Why You Must Y 3 Dangerous Items in Your Z Nick Kellet and the [...]

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Your Project’s New Best Friend – Check Out @Sprintly

Tech Start-ups are special. The Founder is usually eager to tell everyone about what he’s up to and how his start-up can solve the problem no one else has even thought to tackle. One such Start-up, and one such Founder is Joe Stump of Sprint.ly. I came across Joe when I stumbled across a Growth [...]

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How To Be Funny: Stand-Up Comic Takes Public Speakers to School

I noticed that my public talks come off little intense. So I asked Brendan Fitzgibbons, who’s a really funny stand-up comic and a good buddy of mine, to help me soften my delivery by adding humor to my public speaking performances. Brandan shares some really cool tips. Enjoy. Link to video. You can follow Brandan on Twitter, [...]

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I Broke Triberr. What Did You Do Today?

It’s Social Media Week in New York, so I’ve been hitting up all the cool spots this week. Yesterday I was hanging out at the Global HQ. Then I went to see my buddy Ted Rubin at the Ogilvy offices dominate a panel discussion, followed by a dinner and drinks with the Collective Bias crew. Needless [...]

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