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Blogging for Business: The Beginner’s Guide

Photo credit Redden-McAllister This amazing post was originally published on Murlu. The content and the comments have been syndicated with the author’s permission. There’s a huge difference in blogging when you’re trying to educate and build a community versus selling products for a business. The tone changes. You’re not just throwing out frilly blog posts around […]

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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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Original Music Intro for Your Podcast Inspired by Beyonce

Got a podcast? Need an intro? Here ya go I acquired Jam Packs for GarageBand (GB) and went little buck wild on it last night. Last time I did an interview and had to create a music intro for it, I found the native GB loops little limiting, so Jam Pack to the rescue. I […]

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The New Rules of Blogging

On February 25th, I’ll be speaking at xPotomac in Washington DC about groundswells. I hope to see you there. So, what’s the talk about? I came up with the outline last night so I figured I’d hash it out in this blog post and let it evolve. If you have any suggestions, make ’em known in the comments. […]

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Triberr Founders Get Invited To #HecklersHangout To Answer Tough Questions #Video

My Denver connection, Brian Vickery, and my girlfriend‘s favorite online buddy, Margie Clayman, invited me and Dan to join a Heckler’s Hangout. What’s a Heckler’s Hangout, you ask? Think a hornet’s nest of bloggers that’s always buzzing with tough questions. It was a blast. For a written breakdown of the hangout, check out Margie’s write […]

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Who Does What At Triberr?

Left to right: Dan Cristo, Dino Dogan, and Andres Hernandez I’ve been talking a lot about Triberr lately to people who’ve never heard of it. After they find out that it’s a boot-strapped operation with no outside funding, they always want to know who does what. So this is how I explain it to them. […]

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Has Google Declared War on Facebook?

They’ve been eyeing each other across the way for years. Two 500lbs giant alpha-male gorillas with faeces in hand and ready to throw. Did Google finally strike the first blow? I was using Spreecast (a Google Hangouts competitor) few days ago, when I got an alert that Chrome is not fully compatible with all Spreecast functions. I found it […]

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What matters to you the most? Traffic, comments, shares, or something else?

My previous post was titled The Philosophical Origins of Triberr. I KNEW that was a terrible headline for people to see in their Twitter stream, or in their Facebook timeline. I KNEW that most people will NOT look at that and think “oh my…I just have to bone up on my philosophy and Triberr connection.” I […]

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