Thanks to Geoff Livingston for prompting a bit of reflection on what it all meant in Debbie Weil Discusses Social Media in China.

China Blogging Tour chronicles my two weeks in China in October 2007 during which I spoke to a number of audiences (primarily English speaking ex-pats) about corporate blogging and social media in the U.S.

I tried to learn as much as possible about the attitudes in China towards the tools and technologies

Presentation to execs and marketing managers of state CPA associations and members of AICPA. More info.

 

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Presentation to execs and marketing managers of state CPA associations and members of AICPA. More info.

 

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I've compiled a handful I thought you'd find useful (or funny): Top 14 trends from Seth Godin's new book, Meatball Sundae; 10 tips for new bloggers from Jorn Barger who coined the term "Weblog" 10 years ago; Pete Blackshaw's Official 2008 Web 2.0 Buzzword Forecast; the best of Harvard Business Online. Merriam-Webster's 2007 Word Of The Year is w00t! More…

2007 Word of the Year 

Merriam-Webster's 2007 Word Of The Year is w00t! (Yes,

gbb_bow_large.gifMy holiday gift to you, dear reader, is dressed up in a smartly packaged PDF. It's an enhanced transcript of the teleconference I did for the Personal Branding Telesummit marking the 10th anniversary of Tom Peters' now iconic article: The Brand Called You. You can also listen to the audio recording of this session.

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Download the PDF: How to Write a Great Business Blog 

Listen to the audio recording

Download the MP3 audio

gbb_bow_large.gifMy holiday gift to you, dear reader, is dressed up in a smartly packaged PDF. It's an enhanced transcript of the teleconference I did for the Personal Branding Telesummit marking the 10th anniversary of Tom Peters' now iconic article: The Brand Called You. You can also listen to the audio recording of this session.

Download Link

Download the PDF: How to Write a Great Business Blog 

Listen to the audio recording

Download the MP3 audio recording of this teleconference.

In this one-hour audio conference we touched on the distinction between personal and business blogs, writing for search engines, blog writing tricks, inviting conversation with readers, blogs vs. e-newsletters, how to handle controversy, measuring success and more.

The Personal Branding Global Telesummit celebrated the 10th anniversary of the publication of Tom Peters' article: The Brand Called You

Office Max is at it (meaning viral marketing) again this season with a microsite, elfyourself.com, where you can turn yourself into a dancing elf. (New this year: you can add three colleagues and create a quartet of dancing elves.) Don't feel elfish? No worries. You can choose to Scrooge yourself instead.

Flash animations seem very retro in these days of Delicious, Digg, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and the rest of the social

Office Max is at it (meaning viral marketing) again this season with a microsite, elfyourself.com, where you can turn yourself into a dancing elf. (New this year: you can add three colleagues and create a quartet of dancing elves.) Don't feel elfish? No worries. You can choose to Scrooge yourself instead.

Flash animations seem very retro in these days of Delicious, Digg, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and the rest of the social networking alphabet. But that's just the point. Outside the tight circle of techno-geeks that some of us inhabit there are real people who have yet to embrace social networking.

They just want to have a bit of fun and they don't care what's cool and what's not. Of course, you can…

Loved this article in the New York Times: You Won't Find Me In My Office, I'm Working. It's about those of us who choose anywhere except our desk or office to get "real" work done. Real work meaning it involves thinking, writing or being creative.

Where is your white space? Not very original but mine is often the Starbucks across the street. Sometimes it's sitting in my car. And stuff (ideas / headlines / titles) always come to me

Loved this article in the New York Times: You Won't Find Me In My Office, I'm Working. It's about those of us who choose anywhere except our desk or office to get "real" work done. Real work meaning it involves thinking, writing or being creative.

Where is your white space? Not very original but mine is often the Starbucks across the street. Sometimes it's sitting in my car. And stuff (ideas / headlines / titles) always come to me when I'm taking a power walk. Not much happens in the shower. How 'bout you?

P.S. Speaking of thinking and writing... I'm way behind on stuff I want to blog about. Meant to post this last week. A bunch of unfinished posts are lined up on the back of this blog.

Some end-of-year Top…

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