When it comes to blogging, you and I have much to be thankful for.
We can't expect others to listen better. We need to work on ourselves.
I visited Dothan for my first time and had the pleasure of speaking to the American Advertising Federation chapter there.
See me Wednesday in Dothan for the AAF chapter's November meeting. I'll discuss "The Absolutely Essential Social Media Tools."
What separates one blogger from another is talent and how it is applied.
The goal is to connect with readers on multiple levels, so they remember and share your stories.
The talk is called "The Absolutely Essential Social Media Tools," with a quick sweep of the apps I use daily to manage different channels for myself, my company and my clients.
I focus on the reasons why you should blog regularly for your company or organization.
When we decide on the blog's role, we can then determine topics and tactics.
The challenge is that those headlines, for better or worse, are the sum total of news that users receive.
This year's event takes place Dec. 1-3, and tickets are $40.
It works, but it requires us to take a few more aggressive steps.
These are tactics I use every day in keeping my Inbox clean and my goals on track.
The year is almost over. So what did we learn in 2016? Take a look at all 54 of my posts, organized by category.
Any Facebook user could build a list, public or private, of people and pages to see all their updates in one stream.
Did we really want all this when we joined Facebook and all those other networks?
The dark side of journalism should include five areas that damage the industry needlessly.
What are some ways we can surprise our online audience?