citizen_marketers_book-3d-cm1.jpgThe first is the just published Citizen Marketers by Jackie Huba and Ben McConnell. It's a fast, engaging read and extremely well written. In a nutshell, they explain how ordinary citizens are creating media (blogs, podcasts, video, songs, photo) that rival multi-million dollar ad budgets in their ability to affect brands - both negatively and positively.

Two blog entries that explain Web 2.0 and social media

The second is a blog entry

citizen_marketers_book-3d-cm1.jpgThe first is the just published Citizen Marketers by Jackie Huba and Ben McConnell. It's a fast, engaging read and extremely well written. In a nutshell, they explain how ordinary citizens are creating media (blogs, podcasts, video, songs, photo) that rival multi-million dollar ad budgets in their ability to affect brands - both negatively and positively.

Two blog entries that explain Web 2.0 and social media

The second is a blog entry by Jeremiah Owyang: 10 Social Media Strategies for Fortune 1000 Corporations

Third is HP Eric Kintz's blog post: Web 2.0 Trends 

And of course The Corporate Blogging Book

tcbb-100px.gif... if you haven't gotten to it yet. Readers are calling it the best "How-to" on corporate or business blogging. 

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This little trick goes on your "must do" list for 2007. It's so easy that my techie friends will laugh at my simple explanation, to follow.

Forget them. This blog is for the un-cool, the rest-of-us, the "real people (who) don't blog" as my husband called them in the opening line of The Corporate Blogging Book.

He's wrong of course. We do blog, many of us. We read blogs, almost all the rest of us. But that's the whole point of the

This little trick goes on your "must do" list for 2007. It's so easy that my techie friends will laugh at my simple explanation, to follow.

Forget them. This blog is for the un-cool, the rest-of-us, the "real people (who) don't blog" as my husband called them in the opening line of The Corporate Blogging Book.

He's wrong of course. We do blog, many of us. We read blogs, almost all the rest of us. But that's the whole point of the book and of Time Magazine's 2006 Person of the Year - You!

Why you should RSS yourself

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Just got an email from Ken Carroll, the brains behind an online podcasting and tutorial service that teaches you Mandarin Chinese. ChinesePod has been named one of the Top Ten Podcasts for 2006 by Time Magazine. Kudos to Ken, who is based in Shanghai, for such a clever and engaging idea.

Tcbb_cover_chinese1thumbnail Again, with the publication of The Corporate Blogging Book in Chinese, I am hoping to get to Shanghai in 2007. So Ken, count me in as a new

If you've already created your avatar in Second Life and are regularly teleporting yourself from island to island, no need to read on. If you haven't, it's time to take your first step into this virtual reality environment. Yes, there's a business application. The equivalent of US $1 million changed hands inside Second Life during the past 24 hours. This was for the buying and selling of real estate, constructing buildings, for

Monalisa_arcadia_122806_1 I spent two hours in Second Life yesterday with Kalisten VanDornan (aka Katin Imes). Quite the gentleman, he took me shopping to find some new clothes. We teleported to Victoria City in Caledon and then to Information Island. He also invited me to join the Tesla Society (I accepted). Seems to be folks wandering about in 19th century attire.

Yes, I spent some money - about US $4 - to buy my red dress and my bonnet. And no that

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