Posts Tagged ‘social media’

I started my blog a month ago.  From there I got on Facebook for fun and LinkedIn for business.  I used Technorati to choose which blogs to subscribe to and Google Reader to have one place to see new posts from my favorite blogs.  I use WordPress for my bloghost and PollDaddy to post questions.  I read […]


Today’s New York Times’ story, “The Man Behind the Whispers About Obama,” reveals the source responsible for planting the lie about Barack Obama being a Muslim, a lie that continues to this day to get alot of traction in certain circles. The most persistent falsehood about Senator Barack Obama’s background first hit in 2004 just two weeks after […]


Yesterday I posted some feedback I received from a good friend questioning my recent immersion into blogging and social media.  Today I heard from another friend who was stunned to hear what I’ve been up to.  Here’s just the start of what he said: What the h*ll are you doing? You are a well adjusted socially-ept mother […]


Today’s post by Chris Brogan, “Be the Bridge” calls on people who know and love using social media to help others use.  Here’s what he says: Share the living HELL out of the humanity and the real world-ness that goes into being a blogger and a technologist and someone from the future. Because what you know WILL […]


Gosh darn it, I suddenly had a flash.  In the last two weeks I’ve come from nowhere and here I am — ready to take over social media.  I’m Joe Six-Blog, I love to wink while I post, and the other day I read a blog someone stuck in front of me (I don’t know which blog it was) and I thought, hey, I […]


I’m really enjoying social media.  I love finding great sites like ProBlogger and even when I’m not posting or reading others’ posts, I’m thinking about it.  It’s addictive, isn’t it? But here’s my question.  Is the only way to be able to have lots of conversations with people on their blogs, on your blog, is […]


A few days into learning all I can about social media. I’m learning a bit about lots of tools to use, but I don’t think I understand the big picture.  I really wish I could have someone how me understand the best way to breakdown social media.  I’ve seen some talk about it as 1) listening, 2) […]