Your Bloggy Reading for Monday Morning Paid Members Public
More links I’m not going to get around to posting about at length: ** [https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2007/10/Bloggity-Blog.jpg] Building an Audience For Your Blog [http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/technology/shanerichmond/sept07/buildinganaudience.htm] Shane Richmond gives advice on building traffic,
Work in Progress 3: Three Types of Journalist Blogs Paid Members Public
Here’s the third in my series of guidance documents for journalists, hoping to ease their transition into the blogosphere. As ever, it’s posted here for advice, criticism or mockery… -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Expert Comment Many journalists assume that blogging is just a form of opinion writing. And it certainly can
Work in Progress 2: Joining The Conversation Paid Members Public
Why should I bother joining in? You should bother, because you respect your readers. This is more important in trade journalism than most other forms of our profession. Our readers are also the people we write about. We are the intruders in their business, not the other way around. And
Work in Progress: Types of Blog Post Paid Members Public
Types of Blog Post (and how to create them) The Link Post Blogs originated as weblogs or logs of people’s web travels. Each post was just a link with a small bit of commentary, to give the reader an idea of why it was worth visiting the linked site.
Forced Corporate Blogging Paid Members Public
You know, whenever things get difficult doing the Web 2.0 thing within a traditional publisher (and I’ve just seen some more journalistic backlash – always fun), I come across something like this (sighted on Adriana’s revamped and rehoused blog [http://www.mediainfluencer.net/2007/08/force-blogging/]) to make
You Don't Start Blogging, You Join In Paid Members Public
The reason clichés become clichés is that clearly articulating ideas in an easily understood manner is actually pretty hard. When people hit on a really good formulation, they tend to stick to it. This has come home to me because I’ve spent the last hour looking at a set
10 Ways to a Killer Blog Paid Members Public
Some advice on blogging well.
Get ahead, get a Headline Paid Members Public
A discussion else-blog about the use of aggregators to read blogs got me thinking about headline-writing. It’s something we devote a lot of time and brain-power to in the magazine world. It’s our first and best chance to “sell” the feature to the reader, and so it needs