October 17, 2008
Liz published this at 10:58 am
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We offer the best in thinking–articles on the business of blogging written by the Successful and Outstanding Bloggers of Successful Blog. Click on the titles to enjoy each selection.
The Specials this Week are
The news from Seth’s Blog is about love or money.
Doing what you love is as important as ever, but if you’re going to make a living at it, it helps to find a niche where money flows as a regular consequence of the success of your idea.
The news from Global Neighbourhoods is a powerful echo.
If you Tweet something of interest and you have an audience of 10, or 100 or 1000 and no one retweets it, that is far as your message goes. But if you have 10 followers, and one of them has 100 and he or she retweets you, your message reaches that many more people. If of you of this wider ring… and so on.
The news from idea blob is help him help us safe before we need to be.
I have a team already working on the first phase of a project which would aggregate both major media sources (tv, radio, etc) as well as citizen journalists (via blogs, twitter, etc) and republish the information about disasters and emergencies into SMS, email, web, and other mediums.
The new from Escape from Cubicle Nation is about what we’re focusing on.
Just about every single client I have ever worked with has started their career quest by wondering what job would be of interest. The problem is, when you focus first on the perfect job, you automatically narrow your opportunities to jobs you are familiar with.
The news from Bringing Brands to Life! is that video can be habit forming.
Budgets are approved. Management is on board. They bought your vision. Whoa! Not so fast.
You and your team may think your ducks are all lined up. But are they really?
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Web Urbanist has dessert.
AriWriter has an encore from BlogActionDay
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–ME “Liz” Strauss