Thanks to cshel for customizing this awesome WordPress 2.1 theme! Bill Slawski also contributed useful ideas. Neil Patel gave me a few tips as well. Thanks to all of my other friends who contributed feedback. Hopefully this WordPress theme will work through versions 2.1, 2.2, 2.3,2.4,2.5, etc…
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I’d like ot thank Julie Eckert, VP of Sales from Heavy.com, for having me as their guest at the event. The Chicago Marketing Speakers panel consisted of: Jory Des Jardins – BlogHer Ed D’Onofrio – Feedburner Bryce Emo – MySpace Danielle Wiley – Edelman Interactive Nick Schmidt – Vlogger and Marketing Analyst, Project Elliott To me [...]
Ben Popken’s blog the Consumerist has had this problem where it is not showing up in Technorati for quite some time. Ben writes an amazing and passionate blog with outstanding content, much of it contributed by users. Ben was quite helpful to me when my Mom had a recent Comcast problem and got me in touch with the [...]
This morning I had coffee with Pete Prestipino. Here’s a picture of him and his wife.
I got a new link from a “new blog” this morning. The only problem is that it’s one blog post that part of another blog that links to me already, SEO by the Sea. Here’s a screen shot in case it vaporizes: Here’s the Technorati profile of this “blog”. This is kind of strange. What [...]
Probably like you most of you, I’m getting tired of the major media writing stories about social media that are completely inaccurate and not fully researched. They spread inaccurate information that is often the first impression for many people. In recent “The Wizards of Buzz” WSJ article, Jamin Warren and John Jurgensen wrote the following: [...]
After Danny Sullivan ranted, others checked in, and Neil raved, Jason finally caved in and said, OK, prove it. This will certainly be fun to watch!
The metrics, facts and figures that this blog invents (some of which look quite time consuming!) never cease to amaze me.) I hope to one day soon be provided with this type of data about some topics I think are fascinating.
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