“I’m back,” announced David Churbuck in the headline of his latest blog entry. He just recovered from a blogging hiatus and software meltdown that took his site down for a month.
When you think of paddles, you think of scenic outdoors while traveling efficiently and elegantly through water. Though this is a different sort of paddling trip.
“There is something about the personal blog, yourname.com, where you control everything and get to do whatever the hell pleases you.” That’s according to Fred Wilson, in an essay about a New York renaissance in personal blogging.
The Atlantic published recently some great historical (as of this writing) essays about two staples of the Internet: pop-up ads and email (aka “cockroach”).
I battle continuously hackers seeking to embed hidden backlinks in my website code to game and gain Google search engine visibility for various e-commerce websites.
I published recently a post about smart phone apps needing better offline modes given the poor reliability of wireless signals, especially in major cities like New York.
The excitement of mobile computing suggests a utopia with always-on cloud connections, and apps that don’t need to function offline.
Social media and public digital presence have created environments where what you do or say have a greater likelihood to spread like wildfire.
While everyone gets excited over “native advertising,” the challenge remains that nobody can agree exactly on what it is — or isn’t. Or if it’s something that has existed for a long time — or hasn’t.
Marketers often operate within flight-driven campaign workflows, with budgets pre-allocated to specific content, times and frequencies, especially when amplifying owned social content, or sponsored content (e.g., Facebook Promoted Posts), one of the most prominent social advertising formats.
I had an amazing birthday celebration today, along with my wife and daughter, who share the same birthday.
Facebook has adopted the #hashtag, a form of metadata that provides a means of grouping messages, which can then be searched and aggregated.