October 25th, 2011 by laustinseo
Excuse Destiny’s Child-inspired pun but Triberr is something that will really push your blog up to the next level. What is Triberr? Triberr is the reach multiplier, the higher your reach is, the more your articles are seen by Twitter users, and the more active you are on it, then the more your reach will amount to. A huge bonus… Read more
October 3rd, 2011 by SEM Contributor
When a collection of videos is posted on the web, it is referred to as a video blog. You can very easily create a video and show off your work. However, if you want to make a success of it, you will need to have clear cut ideas of how to go about it. You will need a camcorder, editing… Read more
March 2nd, 2011 by SEM Contributor
Earlier last week, the New York Times published an article arguing that blogging is an act which is becoming a dying art form on the Internet, with users preferring to use social networking websites like Facebook and micro-blogging website Twitter as an alternative.
This news immediately struck me as odd as every Tom, Dick and Harry (and Mary, Jane and… Read more
January 14th, 2011 by Adam Schechter
I’ve had my blog for about six months now. In that time, I’ve written about sixty posts on topics ranging from recent political discourse, to ethics in medicine, to movies, to sports, to things that annoy me. I call the blog “Thoughts and Ramblings” precisely because I think too much, I ramble too much, and this allows me to have… Read more
May 12th, 2010 by SEM Contributor
The social media world has reinforced one truth surrounding blogging: it is horribly ineffective when used in isolation. News bloggers, political pundits, and editorial content mills have all shown us that blogging, as a communications method, is simply too long-form to survive when placed beside short-form social media services such as Facebook and Twitter. As length increases, interest fades, and… Read more
May 5th, 2010 by Ann Smarty
Getting in touch is the foundation of online “socializing” and while there are plenty of newer methods to do that (via Twitter, Facebook, other social networks and tools), an email is both the traditional and most efficient way to contact a person.
If you receive many messages from your blog contact form or if your small business uses WordPress as… Read more