Tag Archives: blogging

Blog More in Less Time with @AlchemyAPI

If you have a self-hosted WordPress blog, then you might be familiar with the pain and agony of filling out this little guy. Tags. That painful afterthought that stands between me and getting my next blog post done and done with. Tags. That annoying thing I don’t want to fill out but have to because […]

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25 Tools, Tactics, and Examples for Building Reader Engagement

In the following post you’re going to get a crash course in boosting reader engagement on your blog through commenting, social shares, list building and more – these tips are actionable and will get you results if you use them correctly. As bloggers one of the most important things to us (asides from traffic) is […]

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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Blogging

Did you know that the very first blog post was published way earlier than previously thought? And did you know that all major blogs have something in common? How about the fact that we are about to enter an unprecedented shift in the way blogs are monetized that will change EVERYTHING? These and other nuggets are presented here for […]

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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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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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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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A Case Against Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, G+, and Triberr

I love all these services. I use them. I think they are great at helping people connect with one another. And they are the best thing a non-blogger can do to help his upward mobility. But. But they can be a death trap for Bloggers. They can be quicksand if a Blogger is not careful. They […]

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How To Grow Your Twitter Community #TribeUpNYC Speaker @MediaLabRat

Robert Moore, the Founder of Internet Media Labs, shares a systematic approach to growing your followers on Twitter. But it doesn’t end there. He also talks about how to take a casual encounter on Twitter and turn it into a real-life relationship. Check it. And if you’d like to bring the next TribeUp into your […]

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