I am fortunate to live in DC so was able to walk to the Mall in the frigid cold yesterday and experience the excitement of the enormous crowd. Then I walked back home to warmth and to watch the swearing in on HDTV. President Obama struck an essential note in his Inaugural Address: it’s time for all of us to assume responsibility as we help remake America. I detected a sly humor in the fact that the first blog post went up on
I am slightly embarrassed to learn that I'm #6 on the newly published Twitter Power 150 list, inspired by Todd Andrlik's Ad Age Power 150. While this blog used to be in the Ad Age top 100, it has fallen in recent months due to 1.) the re-launching of BlogWriteForCEOs at www.debbieweil.com/blog and 2.) my not blogging frequently enough. Yes, I'm one of many long-time bloggers who has been seduced by the instant gratification of
For too long DC has seemed like a not-quite-cool-enough, can’t-quite-get-it-together place to be if you’re into all things tech, digital and Web. But that’s palpably changing. For starters, Barack Obama and his family are moving into the White House in a few weeks. To say that those of us who live here are excited is an understatement. The social media strategy underlying the success…
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The Washington Post
by Sarah Halzack (Aug. 28, 2008)
Though blogs may not always yield immediate results, they can be part of a "halo effect" that ultimately gives a business a bigger online presence, says Debbie Weil,