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Linkedin Launches Blogs for Members

February 19, 2014

In 2012 Linkedin launched the beginning of what has become a powerful stream of thought leadership blogs through their “LinkedIn Influencer” program. The likes of Gretchen Rubin, Richard Branson, Dharmesh Shah and Beth Kanter to name a few, have been lending their voice to LinkedIn and making it a pretty darn awesome content platform. Many […]

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Community management and content creation

February 11, 2013

I was part of a discussion on Twitter this morning around this post of George Snell’s.” Community Management Isn’t Content Creation. (go read it now and come back). Now,  I don’t 100% disagree with him that not all community managers are suited to create content. But it’s such a gross generalization. To tell great stories […]

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15 Amazing Women Bloggers You Should Get to Know

December 27, 2011

One of the fantastic things about the growth of social media is how it has widened our window on the world. We live in amazing times where we can create deep friendships with people we may never meet face to face, or meet people whom we’ve known through social media networks for the first time […]

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Do you syndicate your blog?

June 8, 2011

Recently the topic of syndicating content came up in conversation. You see, lots of bloggers have their blog posts syndicated on other sites that aggregate content, and sometimes we write posts specific to a site just to get our names in front of more readers who frequent that particular web site. It’s like guest blogging, […]

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Whaddya Mean-Blogging is Dead?

November 8, 2010

What again? Every few months somebody proclaims that blogging is dead and being replaced by micro blogging and other media and this post on the Forbes blog by Jeff Bercovici seems to say that Facebook and Twitter are replacing blogging. “It’s hard to recall these days, now that most bloggers are corporate drones (*cough*), but […]

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Bloggers you should read…too

September 17, 2010

While I write here about social media (hellooo I’m a social media coach!) I read a lot of blogs on other topics of interest too and Danny Brown recently posted a challenge on his blog to share some blogs  we read who aren’t the usual suspects. So, some of these are frequent commenters on my […]

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I’m a Social Media Informer

September 15, 2010

If you’re interested in the social media channel for your business you should check this out. My posts are now included in a new topic hub focused on social media called Social Media Informer. The idea is to pull together respected content producers and sort them so they are easily digested by topic, concept, tools […]

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Break down bloggers block

September 8, 2010

I know I know, I just wrote a post on how important it is to be a regular blogger and here I am not having blogged in days! Weeks even! Maybe I jinxed myself. Frankly, I’ve been busy coaching clients and speaking and traveling and that’s all good, but it’s not an excuse. I expect […]

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Are You an Irregular Blogger?

July 19, 2010

Every successful blogger or blogging coach will tell you it’s important to blog regularly to maintain the interest of your readers. How often is up to you, but often it’s helpful to set a sort of schedule to your blogging so people begin to expect to hear from you on a regular basis. It can […]

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On PR and Pitching Bloggers

January 6, 2010

That guest post from Michael Martine on how to pitch bloggers was intended mostly as tongue in cheek, but it’s amazing how many emails I get about it! So I decided to give you some straight-up talk about really pitching bloggers. The first tip is; it’s not a with a standard press release! Really, do […]

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