I just updated my two tutorial posts on adding custom sharing services to Sharedaddy, which is now bundled with Jetpack for WordPress: Adding a Custom Sharing Service to Sharedaddy or Jetpack Adding Specific Sharing Services to Sharedaddy or Jetpack These are by far the most popular posts here, so I thought I should give them … Continue reading Updates to Sharedaddy Tutorials (Now with More Jetpack!)
Already know how to add a sharing service to ShareDaddy or WordPress.com, but need the particulars for a specific service? This post has you covered.
This is a series of 15-minute talks. Three talks, then a 30 minute break, then three more talks. Separate notes for each talk. Lots of people in here; people sitting in the aisles and standing in the back. Ten Cool Things That Can Happen in Convergence This Year – Or Not Social becomes the thread … Continue reading Notes for “Future 15 — Convergence – Ten Things”
Josh Bernoff on why traditional marketing and social media marketing are at odds with one another: The problem is simple. Marketers don’t understand channels where you have to talk and listen at the same time. Like one of those maddening not-full-duplex speakerphones where you can’t interrupt somebody, this is what drives customers nuts. Think about … Continue reading Josh Bernoff on why traditional marketin…
Chris Brogan on company presence management: Let’s say you build a pretty decent stream of conversations on Facebook. Maybe it’s your junior comms person and they’re just drumming up excitement for a new product that the people want. Everything’s going great, and there’s an active group, and people feel like they’re being treated like humans. … Continue reading Like Drinking, Be Reponsible when Using Social Media
Michael Hyatt tells a story of meeting with another publishing CEO regarding blogging: He asked, “How do I get started blogging?” My heart lept (sic). I knew he would have an instant audience. I, for one, would love to read what he had to say. I imagined all kinds of things I could learn from … Continue reading We Need Blogging Ghostbusters