I've been thinking more about this model of the life cycle of online communities, especially the progression through each of the roles within the community visitor, novice, regular to leader etc. I'd made the point in my previous post, "Creating... Read more →
This image from David Sifry at Technorati.com is interesting; it compares the Mainstream media against a number of blogs. David would it be possible to throw in slashdot.org in the chart? Especially in light of the discussion from Jason Calacanis... Read more →
On this day that London won the 2012 Olympic bid, I can commiserate with the French, and say that they have more bloggers than the United States. According to Business week an estimated 5% of French people have set up... Read more →
Well this blog idea appears to be self perpetuating, I write more and get more traffic, almost additive. The additive part comes in attempting to determine if I can get more traffic if I write more articles during the week,... Read more →
Blogging is all about starting a conversation with another individual. I don't mind if someone from a company posts useful and relevant information on my blog. But that information has to be within the context of an existing conversation. I reserve the right to delete or edit content and links from comments on this blog if I think you are just making a sales pitch or trying to increase your SEO standing.