Archives for February 2007

StumbleUpon Might Be a Useful Business Tool

This could be part of a series on “Do I really need this new blog/web/thingy tool to help me grow my business, or am I just too easily distracted by bright, shiny objects?” I learnt a lot, back in the nineties, from browsing – “surfing” – the web. Things got more streamlined at some point […]

Why It’s Smart to Organize Blog Categories Sooner

One piece of advice I give to people starting a business blog is to plan their categories as best they can, before they do much posting. Otherwise, if my experience is not uncommon, there can be a tendency to make up a new category to fit a new post. Which in turn means that a […]

Business Blogging Podcast Show Launched – Part 4

(Update July 9, 2012: the website Business Blogging Show, to which this series of posts refers, was closed some time ago – just a matter of how many sites I could handle and it was one too many. DW) After my previous post on launching my new podcast Business Blogging Show, I had not really planned […]

Brian Clark of Copyblogger.com to be Interviewed by the Blog Squad

Brian Clark, the word stylist who shares generously from his experience and wisdom on Copyblogger.com, writes with an elegance and a kind of rich spareness that frankly makes me envious. And I’m pleased to say that Brian’s Copyblogger.com is part of business channel on the b5media blogging network, where I have the Business and Blogging […]

Business Blogging Podcast Show Launched – Part 3

(Update July 9, 2012: the website Business Blogging Show, to which this series of posts refers, was closed some time ago – just a matter of how many sites I could handle and it was one too many. DW) If the email marketers in their efforts to get our attention hadn’t so devalued the expression […]