I think by far the most powerful example (from my stuff) of what blogging can do was shown at the OMMA 2006 event when eMarketer CEO Geoff Ramsey showed a slide of my blog in a discussion about the world of blogging and the “dialogue” that comes from it. You can read all about that moment in this past post.
Turns out Geoff with be in Portland for the Internet Strategy Forum 2008 event. He’s the morning keynote – and a smart guy.
And yes, I would have said that before this happened.
Anyway, looks to be a very cool event and I’m pretty sure I’ll show up this year.
You can never complain when the cool stuff happens in your own back yard.
Technorati Tags: internet strategy forum summit, geoff ramsey, emarketer
I’m going to be on PayPal radio tomorrow. What does Podcasting and PayPal have in common?
Does that alone make you want to tune in?
I’ll be there around 222 p.m. (Pacific time).
Technorati Tags: paypal, podcasting
After seriously digging the interview with Podpress’ Dan Kuykendall last week, imagine my thrill when Podcasting’s Jimmy Stewart (Michael Geoghegan) asked me on his Behind the Mic show.
The result is 37 minutes of me an Jimmy talking about the book, Podcast Monetization, and Apple’s announcements earlier this week. Good time was had by all – and I recommend you take a listen.
The interview is here. You can download or click to play.
Technorati Tags: Dan Kuykendall, PodPress, Behind the Mic, Michael Geoghegan, The Business Podcasting Bible, Podcast Monetization, Apple
Open up your Wall Street Journal to Page R6 today and there is a mention (and link on the digital version) to PodcastTools.com.
For those of you with WSJ Digital Subscriptions, the link is here.
Tags: Wall Street Journal, Podcasting, PodcastTools.com, Paul Colligan, WSJ.com
There is a fun little interview with me up at Campaign Street. The topic is Podcasting, but as is with CampaignStreet, the focus is affiliate marketing.
Tags: podcast, podcasting, affiliate marketing