Archive for News and articles about blogosphere
Here I would like to share with eMarketingBlog readers some of my favorite blogs related to emarketing, ebusiness and online trends.
Micropersuasion – good blog mostly related to PR, online trends and blogosphere by Steve Rubel
Adverblog – blog about advertising
MarketingPilgrim – blog about Internet marketing
PaidContent.org – the only thing you need to read if you are interested in buying/selling content and services, online trends
PaulStamatiou.com – geek blog, gadgets, Internet services
E-Consultancy – gives good tips, focus on European market, too Also, offer paid reports and buyer’s guides
ThinkVitamin – quality articles about web developing, web design, social networks and Internet in general
Ad Age Digital – interesting news from the digital industry
Bokardo – social aspects of the Internet by Joshua Porter
Copyblogger – if you want to improve your copyrighting skills
Pronet Advertising – different useful advertising-related articles
HipMojo.com – covers Madison Avenue, Wall Street and Silicon Valley
Amanda Congdon is a well-known video blogger. She has gained popularity because of her show Rocketboom but recently she decided not to produce shows there anymore. She is very interesting person with her views. She is not one of those cute girls who don’t know what to say.
CNNMoney.com web site has very interesting about titled Blogging for Dollars. Here you can find how much earn some of the most influential bloggers today like Michael Arrington (Techcrunch), Om Malik (GigaOM), Arriana Huffington (Huffington Post), well-known Nick Denton from Gawker Media, owner of Fark.com, editors of the most popular world’s blog BoingBoing…
Many of them have revenue of 1 million dollars per year!
Blogosphere’s latest buzz is that Yahoo! have joined to the corporate blogosphere launching their own corporate blog called Yodel Anectodal.
Very interesting is to take a video tour in Yahoo! Really great use of blogs and video in online PR. Among other things, you’ll learn that drinks are always free at Yahoo! .
We`all know how many hypé is related to blogging. These two interesting posts list funny clichés that have to stop. One is Brian Clark’s post Top 5 Blogging Clichés That Need To Die
Even more interesting blogging clichés can be found on Blog Herald.
Visit Blog Herald, it is very interesting site about blogging, there were some news that they have been bought. Here is the list of clichés (it is some kind of Part II of Brian Clark’s list) from Blog Herald:
6. Referring to TechChrunch every day
7. Linking to Scoble every day
8. Saying there isn’t an A-List or that it’s not important when you are an A-Lister and you only ever link to other A-Listers excluding everyone else
9. Saying there is 27 million blogs (or sometimes less) in the blogosphere because that’s how many blogs Technorati tracks
10. Writing about the blogosphere as though it only exists in the United States