Archives for July 2007

Still Time to Submit for Carnival of Australia

I’ve been reminded a few times lately that participating in blog carnivals is a good way to build awareness of and traffic to your blog. And I’ve had an example close to home – well, at home really – of how enthusiastic some bloggers can be about participating in these carnivals. My partner Suzie, who […]

Email Greeting Cards R.I.P.

I used to love getting email greeting cards. And they were very handy in the sending department too: those “almost forgot” birthday greetings, when the regular post is going to be too late people you like but are not so close that you want to set up an obligation to reciprocate with posted cards for […]

First Life, Anyone?

Yesterday, via a couple of blog posts in my feed reader, I picked up on an article in Wired magazine, about the virtual world, Second Life. The article’s title, How Madison Avenue is Wasting Millions on a Deserted Second Life , is hardly likely to please Second Life boosters. I went back – via my […]

Bill Vick Loves the iPhone

My friend and colleague Bill Vick, with whom I’ve authored a couple of books – LinkedIn for Recruiting and Big Biller – clearly loves the iPhone. Enough to re-model several of his web/blog sites. His Bill Vick site for instance. Also Xtreme Coaching. And The Virtual Way. No, I’m not re-modelling this site again for […]

Ed Dale Is Launching Another Thirty Day Challenge

With a whole lot of other people from around the world, I’ve signed up for an interesting exercise, the latest 30 Day Challenge. It’s an extraordinary event, put on by Internet marketing wiz Ed Dale. What’s more, it is free. No strings, as far as I can see, and I make that observation in the […]