Last week marked ten years of existence for this blog. I set a reminder in iCal but I missed the actual date because I was busy with things. Like my new job after moving to New York after a year and a half in Seoul. And finishing up at the office in time to make it home […]
What I pay to publish this blog.
Near the end of last year, I started posting here less and less. Business is keeping us busy, and I was also preparing for the Social Business Summits and SXSW. Then something happened. After visiting Sydney, Hawaii, and London, among other places, I had been thinking about sharing and participation. So on April 7th, I […]
I’m going to start recycling some old blog posts. Part of the reason is that Dachis Group has defined the concept of social business and by design, there’s little if any room (or need) to discuss what’s NOT included. Thus, over the past three years, almost all of my thinking and writing here has been […]
I first posted here five years ago, on a day that probably looked just like today in Boston. That was before Twitter, when I used an alumni.edu email to join Facebook, and clients were a lot more interested in paying for email marketing advice than discussing social media. Today, it feels that blogging has come […]
I started this blog on a snowy Saturday in Boston, telling you about how I learned to love the blog. A lot has changed in social media since then. Curiously, my early posts are closer in style to tweets or posterizing than the long form that I publish here more often. Thanks for reading!
I’ve been thinking about content creators and the couple hundred subscriptions in my Google Reader. When thinking about the content that shows up every day, there are people who Make it. These people are few and far between and even these “makers” aren’t posting new stuff all the time. But more often than not, they’re coming up with fresh content that makes you think. Makes […]
At the end of each month, I’ve made it a habit to take a look back at analytics for the month and highlight the most viewed content on this blog. In June, the top ten posts – not including any that were top ten in May – were: Reflections on Social Business New hires: buying vs. […]
At the end of each month, I've made it a habit to take a look back at analytics for the month and highlight the most viewed content on this blog. In May, the top ten posts were: A List of Social Media Marketing Examples Aggregate or be aggregated "Google Me" business cards Social Media Predictions […]
At the end of each month, I've made it a habit to take a look back at analytics for the month and highlight the most viewed content on this blog. In April, the top ten posts were: A List of Social Media Marketing Examples Analysis of a wiki of social media marketing examples Social Media […]