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I recently came across an update of a longitudinal study on the use blogs and twitter of Fortune 500 companies that was published almost a year ago now by Nora Ganim Barnes and Eric Mattson at the Center for Marketing Research at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. A few years back, I had […]

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Announcing a new initiative for bloggers, Scott Berkun writes:

The hardest part of blogging isn’t the tools – it’s what goes on between your ears. Many people start blogs with excitement, but lose courage when facing the blank post page, or chicken out before hitting publish.

Yet almost 8 years […]

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In a blog post entitled The Future Of Blogging Might Surprise You, august blogger Mitch Joel comments on the findings of last week’s The Blogosphere – Colliding With Social And Mainstream Media report published by the eMarketer. Joel first gives us a snapshop in time of the emergence of […]

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I try to read everything about blogging and edublogging that I can find. I have RSS feeds set up to try and catch everything on the Web and read up on it and share with others via this blog.

This evening, I came across a tweet from Danielle Sales that read:

How Do […]

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I’m not sure if I would agree that these are the 4 pillars of blogging, but it is most definitely great advice about blogging.

Guiding principles

Recently, a few people have been asking me for blogging advice, mainly around getting started. This got me thinking…

What are my guiding principles for […]

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