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, [...]
Learning about Google Reader and recapping the inaugural Social Media Breakfast in Boston.
Hosted by Bryan Person. Recorded from Boston, Massachusetts, USA and published for Thursday, August 30, 2007.
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 [...]
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 [...]
Since switching from Bloglines to Google Reader from back in mid-June, I’ve become much better at managing my RSS feeds. Here’s the method to my madness:
I use Google Reader’s List view to take in my feeds river-of-news style. This means I’m scanning headlines and quickly deciding which ones warrant further reading. Reminder to all of [...]
Yes, I’ve been quiet on the blogging front here lately — a 10-day vacation in California without a computer followed a week of daydreaming about said vacation can do that to a guy.
But I doesn’t mean I’ve been completely out of the loop this month. To wit:
I popped onto my mobile [...]
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 [...]
Much like Chip Griffin (disclosure: Chip’s company, Custom Scoop, recently came on board as a sponsor for my New Comm Road podcast), I became a Google Reader convert this week.
I couldn’t be happier.
Here’s why I decided to make the switch from my longtime RSS reader of choice, Bloglines, to Google Reader:
Chris Brogan told me [...]
There are two types of Internet users, those that use RSS and those that don’t. This video is for the people who could save time using RSS, but don’t know where to start.
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Looking forward [...]
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, since many workers [...]