Because sometimes I’m wrong.
Archive for February 2006
Authenticity is important to me.
Mardi Gras, 1996, my best friend Henry Michel, took me to a party. It was held in one of the upstairs apartments right on Bourbon Street.
The place was packed and it didn’t take long for me to lose Hank. It was one of his private school friend’s party so I didn’t really know anybody. But if you have ever been to Mardi Gras, you know that doesn’t matter.
I know nothing about search engine strategy and found myself reading post after post. You can’t get a more ringing endorsement of a job well done than that.
There are just a few problems:
It’s possible that your writers are hindering your network.
Especially your good writers.
The trick in creating a real network is keeping people inside your walls.
Denton does it by creating an attitude.
Calancis did it by creating so many sites you couldn’t get out.
If you have a good writer for one of your properties that is what the reader is investing in. They are not really investing in the network.
So how do you keep good writers that your audience can invest in but still keep folks inside your network? (more…)
things I was thinking about writing about but realized they were too short for a post…
suggestion: Add a logo to the clips. Upload it to YouTube. The quality will suffer (awww!) But folks can share the clips with others. (yeah!)