Charlie Peverett: why it's time to ban the blog Paid Members Public
Charlie Peverett, iCrossing Companies that blog have 434% more indexed pages – and more indexed pages get more leads – or so says the slides that opens Charlie from iCrossing’s presentation at the Brighton Digital Marketing Festival. He’s going to make the case for banning the blog – or some of
Trade Press Blogger: Paul Conley Paid Members Public
Here’s a blogger about trade press issues I really should have stumbled across before now: Paul Conley [http://paulconley.blogspot.com/]. Subscribed.
HJi Eye Candy Paid Members Public
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The Future of Movable Type Paid Members Public
[http://www.flickr.com/photos/adders/430450797/]And now to the heart of this trip to New York. Six Apart [http://www.sixapart.com] held a Movable Type Summit in the Affinia Hotel Manhattan yesterday, and they’d asked me to be one of the speakers. It was a summit
Le Web 3: Enterprise 2.0 Paid Members Public
There’s something wrong with a panel where the participants are trying to figure out what the panel’s about half way through… A few notable things: SocialText [http://www.socialtext.com/] has 2,000 customers for its wikis, slightly over double last year. Lee Bryant of Headshift [http://www.
Blogging office 2.0 Paid Members Public
My, I’m link-dumping tonight… Penelope Trunk makes an insightful post about Office 2.0 [http://blog.penelopetrunk.com/2006/10/a_peek_at_the_office_of_the_fu.html], a conference that sounds interesting in its own right [http://www.office20con.com/]. Look at the speaker list [http://www.