While at the recent CTIA conference, I met Victor Brilon and his immensely helpful Nokia publicist. We shared a dynamic conversation that was amazingly informative regarding Nokia and it’s unique ideas regarding the various types of emerging Internet convergence. The Nokia N800 is a device that is clearly “on the other side of the chasm” […]
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Techcrunch is reporting that Digg will add podcasting and other new features today on it’s 2nd birthday. Happy Birthday Digg! My only concern is that since podcasting has a higher rate of “user-generated” content, wouldn’t this category be more susceptible to gaming?
Amanda Wallington, Searching for Profit Podcasting is more than time shifted media. Optimizing is using only a few steps. Do some front end homework: – Make sure the name of your show is not already in use – Not as easy to check as a domain name – Get art radio – Review iTunes categories […]
Incisive Media and Danny Sullivan today announced that both parties have signed an agreement to continue to work together to produce the market-leading Search Engine Strategies series of conferences and exhibitions. This past August, Danny Sullivan, who has always been an independent contractor, announced his intention to step away from active involvement with SES at […]
Shel Holtz is the second Shel in my life who studies social media. The other is Shel Israel. Shel Holtz refers to Shel Isreal as “Shel #1” due to his superior age characteristics. “Podcasting is Tivo for audio.” Podshow is a network of shows. Yahoo!, iTunes, Podcast Alley are other alternatves. There are a lot […]
Robert Scoble: Keynote Speech: Naked Conversations Talks about history, blogs are best way to get stuff indexed in Google. There is an informal conversation network. Tells the story about how a few people he told that he was leaving Microsoft. How that spread and then a largely unread blog was the one that first posted […]
During the ACCM Show, I caught up with the top frog, Kevin Lee, Executive Chairman and co-founder of Did It Search Marketing. Kevin was in attendance at the recent MSN Strategic Account Summit 2006 and shares that experience and his thoughts on other recent events. Kevin is among the many people who have been both […]
Who is David Dalka?
David Dalka (twitter) is a digital business strategy professional experienced in realigning organizations to capture customer demand while improving margins. David is a motivational business keynote speaker providing customized business strategy services and corporate executive retreats. David has been cited in business publications like
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