Importance of blog comments … featuring co-host Mike Bellina.
Hosted by Bryan Person.
In today’s show:
Promo for 24 hours of independence from mainstream media
Brief mention of CaseCamp Montreal
Conversation with co-host Mike Bellina
Mike introduces himself
How we’re recording the show
Importance of blog comments – are they necessary
Use of trackbacks
Leaving audio comments, including example from Bryan’s new audio-comment [...]
There are two excellent ways to be part of the new-media scene in North America on Tuesday, July 4:
If you will be in or near Montreal, Quebec, take part in the second CaseCamp. Podcaster and new-comm extraordinare Mitch Joel is organizing the Montreal event, which begins at 6:00pm and will feature four 15-minute marketing case [...]
A shame that I couldn’t be in London this past Wednesday for What MySpace Means, and event organized by Jackie Danicki and Engagement Alliance that explored the impact of social media and online communities.
Some good summaries have already been posted:
OK, so not exactly.
But we do hear a hip-hop song and the mayor of Boston, Tom Menino, featured in the City of Boston’s first podcast, called Citycast.
Bravo to the city for dipping a toe into the world of podcasting, even if the mayor himself doesn’t quite understand the medium yet.
The mayor … admitted that [...]
First, there was BarCamp. Then, CaseCamp came along.
And now, thanks to the efforts of the passionate New England Podcasting group, PodCamp is on its way.
In keeping with the sprit of its sister “Camps,” PodCamp will be a free “unconference,” organized grassroots style through an open wiki. It will bring together podcasters and their listeners, [...]
Over the past few days I’ve been experimenting with responding to blog posts through audio comments.
On a separate comments blog that I set up on a sub-domain of Bryper.com, doctor I’ve recorded and published a pair of comments to posts by the indefatigable Lee Hopkins, shop and another for the podcast blog of [...]
In a surprise, my short note to the Boston.com Corner Kicks World Cup blog yesterday has been answered.
John Powers, who’s blogging for the site along with Frank Dell’Apa, replied via e-mail to the message that I sent through the “Stay in Touch” form on the blog yesterday afternoon.
From Powers: “The blogging actually has been fun; [...]
Christopher Penn, who was featured in the second episode of my New Comm Road podcast, is a very clever marketer.
He’s already a pro at using MySpace, where he’s closing in on 20,000 “friends”, to drive listeners to his Financial Aid Podcast, which has directly generated some $250,000 for his company, the Student Loan [...]
I’ve been sneaking away from my cube a couple of times a day to catch bits and pieces of the World Cup games in our office building’s cafeteria. Earlier today I arrived there just in time to see Radhi Jaidi’s game-tying goal as Tunisia came away with a 2-2 tie against Saudi Arabia.
Online, I’ve been [...]