If you missed the earlier parts, check out:
This series is based on Robert Scoble’s presentation at the Blog Business Summit.
On with the show:
Have a Voice
Having a voice personalizes your blog. The top blogs are read not so much for their factual content, but often the ‘spin’, interpretation or analysis of the facts.
You can choose to be informative, instructional, funny, maybe even (more…)
If you missed the first part of this series, visit: 10 Ways to a Killer Blog Part 1.
As you’re developing your blog and working towards the upper echelons of the bloggerati, consider the following factors which Robert and Maryam Scoble presented at the recent Blog Business Summit.
The logic behind linking to other blogs is that if you’re a genuine content blog, it’s likely the blogger will link back. And you’ll see link love in action as traffic flows back and forth between the two blogs.
It helps to link to credible blogs within your space, and to a blogger you’re regularly reading.
It can be a vicious cycle of kindness if you make it so. (more…)
This post has been on the backburner for some time, but it’s one that I’ve been looking forward to.
As reported by Teresa Valdez Klein from the Blog Business Summit, Robert and Maryam ScobleÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s presentation about how to blog well looks like it’s a leading contender for favorite presentations of the conference.
The PDF presentation can be found: here
Although I wasn’t present, the presentation gave me some food for thought.
Teresa Valdez Kein from the Blog Business Summit (the same folks who’re running the Publish and Prosper free business blogging book promo) has done a great job of summarizing the key points of said recently-concluded conference.
Check out the conference synopsis here: Blog Business Summit
Teresa has kindly uploaded a number of the presentations in PDF format, and I’ve learned quite a bit from them.