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In the post-Google Reader world, Feedly and Bloglovin’ are battling it out to be our new best content-delivering friends. This is my review and verdict.
Succinct modern communication is often blamed for the demise of the English language, but brevity is neither new nor necessarily destructive.
A landing page talks your customers’ language and presents them with a clear call to action. It’s a brilliant marketing tool, but only if you get it right.
TED and Davos, social media and blogs. When it comes to joining the conversation, both extremes seem to assume that women still require permission to speak.
Rethinking the way I use Twitter. Is it more than a distribution medium for posts? How to get the most out of it? Or should I just give up and do some work instead?
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I used to love Digg. It led me to some great stories and a couple of my posts here got huge traffic from Digg, one was even dugg by Kevin Rose himself. But I think they’ve missed the boat now. In the social recommendation space, they are the MySpace to, well, Facebook’s Facebook. Here is […]
Digg used to be the next big thing. I had a Digg button on every post and so did most other bloggers. Now, not so much. I got three or four huge spikes in traffic from it but most of my posts registered three or four Diggs at best. It felt like a clique had […]