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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
Blog monitoring
Blogger relations and outreach
Online social networking

The course begins on Monday, [...]

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The ExperienceCurve, website CustomScoop, and Blogstring.com have all started their own Social Media Top 10 lists since the debut of SMT10 last Friday. If you follow suit, be sure to use the SMT10 Technorati tag.

Week 2 – Friday, August 24, 2007
1. Bacn
New term from PodCamp Pittsburgh becomes “overnight success.”
2. If Facebook costing companies [...]

 
icon for podpress  NCR 037: Learning about Google Reader [18:47m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

The ExperienceCurve, website CustomScoop, and Blogstring.com have all started their own Social Media Top 10 lists since the debut of SMT10 last Friday. If you follow suit, be sure to use the SMT10 Technorati tag.

Week 2 – Friday, August 24, 2007
1. Bacn
New term from PodCamp Pittsburgh becomes “overnight success.”
2. If Facebook costing companies [...]

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Christopher S. Penn and John Wall were talking in a recent episode of Marketing Over Coffee about a simple way to give your blog a bit of extra Google juice: add your own posts to your shared Google Reader feed.
I’ve already written about the value of sharing interesting posts from others. But what about your [...]

The ExperienceCurve, website CustomScoop, and Blogstring.com have all started their own Social Media Top 10 lists since the debut of SMT10 last Friday. If you follow suit, be sure to use the SMT10 Technorati tag.

Week 2 – Friday, August 24, 2007
1. Bacn
New term from PodCamp Pittsburgh becomes “overnight success.”
2. If Facebook costing companies [...]

Last week Dan York blogged about a topic that hits home with those of us who love RSS: Staying informed online without visiting the actual websites that publish the information we’re consuming:
I don’t go to friends’ websites. (Sorry!) I don’t go to my employer’s website. I don’t go to any organization’s websites. I don’t go [...]

Last month Facebook unveiled Facebook Platform to enable developers to use Facebook’s API and integrate applications into the social networking site.

One my favorite applications in MyQuestions (you’ll need to be logged into Facebook to see the application), rehabilitation herbal which makes it easy for your Facebook friends to give you instant feedback [...]

Advantages of Google Reader

Last month Facebook unveiled Facebook Platform to enable developers to use Facebook’s API and integrate applications into the social networking site.

One my favorite applications in MyQuestions (you’ll need to be logged into Facebook to see the application), rehabilitation herbal which makes it easy for your Facebook friends to give you instant feedback [...]

Explaining RSS in plain English

Today is one of the best days of the year for those of us who live in the Historic Boston area. It’s Patriots Day.
Patriots Day means two things: 1) the running of the Boston Marathon 2) A morning Red Sox game at Fenway Park (a bonus third item is a lighter-than-normal commute, generic website [...]

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Today is one of the best days of the year for those of us who live in the Historic Boston area. It’s Patriots Day.
Patriots Day means two things: 1) the running of the Boston Marathon 2) A morning Red Sox game at Fenway Park (a bonus third item is a lighter-than-normal commute, help website [...]

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