Tag Archive for Blog

Blubrry.com: Add Podcasts To Your Blog

The Blubrry (not a misspell) booth at the Expo really got my attention. Blubrry offers a plug-in that allows blog contributors to easily add pod-casts to blog-posts.

It all got me kind of interested in adding that plug-in here at The Bulletin. The following shows a few videos associated with my encounters with the Blubrry team.

BlogWorldExpo 2009

I have a bunch to bring up about from The Blog World Expo ’09. It looks like I am going to have to break it all down in to separate posts, maybe 2-3.

This was a video I recorded on Saturday, Oct 17, at the expo in advance of an interview I did with techzulu.com about TheBloggersBulletin.org. I was told that the techzulu.com interview should air on their site within about the next week or so.

Blog like a Barista – Five lessons from Starbucks

Regardless of your coffee preference in the ongoing Starbucks versus Dunkin’ Donuts taste debate, Starbucks has become so pervasive in our world that it bears study. In The Starbucks Experience published in 2007, author JosephMichelli reviews what has made Starbucks not just a new product or service, but part of our current cultural experience.

Old Dogs. Old Tricks.

Here’s a blogging tactic you may want to adopt one day — add on to someone else’s topic. This post is a real example of how it works.

Greg Satel’s post on October 9 is on “learning tips from the media pros.” Read it. It’s great. So great, in fact, that I’m abandoning my original idea for this week and adding a thought on to his. I’m even using a similar graphic to show continuity.

An “Old Media” Guide to Blogging

I recently started a blog which has been surprisingly successful. From the very first month, I had an enormous response. It is still growing briskly and lots of very nice people write me to tell me how much they like my site. It has been a fantastically rewarding adventure!