Now, wait a minute: That’s bacn, not bacon.
Anyway … if you don’t know, bacn is a term that emerged from PodCamp Pittsburgh 2 last August and refers to e-mail you receive that isn’t spam but isn’t exactly a personal e-mail, either. It’s mail you want to receive — but just not right now.
Still stumped? Bacn [...]
Posted by: Bryan in: Best practices
Things have been pretty quiet on this blog over the last month-plus, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been following and participating in my fair share of social media conversations. Of note:
I’ve been Tumbling responses to my (almost-) daily questions to my Twitter pals. Tumblr is an easy-to-use tool for publishing not only text [...]
Multimedia conference blogging.
Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from Boston, Massachusetts, USA and published for Tuesday, November 13, 2007.
How to find, follow, join, and create conversations online.
Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from Boston, Massachusetts, USA and published for Tuesday, November 6, 2007.
In just a couple of hours I’ll be phoning up a PR agency on the West Coast and could very well be saying yes to a pitch that found its way into our Monster e-mail inboxes earlier this week.
And here’s the thing: The pitch wasn’t very good.
For starters, we are addressed as “Hi Corporate” — [...]
On Wednesday I put the finishing touches on my first lecture for an online webinar I’ll be leading over the next month called “Monitoring and Participating in Online Conversations.”
The five-week online course will cover all of the following:
Learning about RSS
Learning to use an RSS reader
Blogger relations and outreach
Online social networking
The course begins on Monday, [...]
Beginning Monday, September 10, I’ll be leading a five-week webinar about understanding and using RSS, blog monitoring, and blogger relations.
The webinar is called “Monitoring and Participating in Online Conversations” and is part of the Shel Holtz Webinars series.
Here’s an overview of the webinar:
Let’s face it: People are talking about your organization online. With more than [...]
Fortunately, the level of spam blog pitches sent to my e-mail inbox is low. And when the messages do reach me, I typically skim and delete them.
But occasionally, I get fired up enough to respond with an electronic tongue-lashing, and this past Wednesday was one of those times. A company asking for me to [...]
Stepping outside podcasting’s echo chamber.
Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from Boston, Massachusetts, USA and published for Wednesday, June 27, 2007.
As a new convert to both Google Reader and the river-of-news style of reading RSS feeds, here’s a snapshot of what I see when I check for unread posts:
With 159 feeds to follow and new posts arriving by the hundreds each day, there’s not a chance I’ll have the time or the inclination to read [...]