I’m working on a report about blogging as a business tool. And I don’t want to leave anything out! Please click through on the link below to ask your single most important question about blogging effectively. It’s quick and easy. You just type your question in to the form provided…read more
I’m wondering… do political consultants and candidates need advice on how to launch and maintain a blog as part of a campaign strategy? Please use the comments link below to add your input on blogging for politics.read more
When our power went out last Friday after Hurricane Isabel swept through Washington DC I was pleasantly surprised by the peace and quiet in my office… No electricity, no computer, no electronic files, no online access, no email, no spam. I could think and work without the constant clutter and…read more
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If you’re looking for a one-stop guide with a ton of useful resources for online copywriters, visit Nick Usborne’s updated Resources page. It includes software for writing, project planning and Web page design, a list of books, research sites, useful e-newsletters to subscribe to and more.read more
Kinda nice to get a mention in your hometown newspaper, particularly when it’s the Washington Post. WordBiz and this blog are on the front page of today’s Business section in the Digital Capital column by Ellen McCarthy. Ellen wrote up the “blogging for business” panel I participated in earlier this…read more
I live in Washington DC but happened to be in NYC two years ago today visiting my sister.
“Are you sure that building can withstand such an impact?” I queried the carpenter standing next to me. We were standing on the rooftop terrace of an apartment in Greenwich Village.