Tip from Worldcon: A great author reading is 7 minutes long. Plus information about the Two Hour Transport speculative fiction readings in Seattle.
[NOTE: I don’t usually write about politics on this blog, but the communications issues this year are fascinating me.] I’ve started listening to iTunes playlists in my car rather than […]
John Scalzi has spotted a change in the way we react to viral blog posts: The discussions that used to take place on our blogs are now taking place on Facebook and Twitter. What does this mean?
I’ve been to three conferences in as many weeks, and all three of them included presentations that crammed way too much information, in teeny tiny type, onto a series of unreadable slides. […]
Free, organic marketing — that takes time. But it has at least one advantage: if you build and nurture a good LinkedIn network, the leads that come from it are very well qualified.
The news this week is bad numbers for Twitter. Really bad. The number of users has gone flat. Financials are trending steadily downward. I have now identified the Twitter icon as […]
It was my pleasure tonight to speak to Lee Schoentrup’s University of Washington PR Certificate class about social media. This is the sixth or seventh [correction: ninth] year I’ve given […]