I’m just going to go ahead and live blog a real, live Monday.


Liveblogging a real, live Monday.

In honor of a post that I wrote at work today about live blogging, I thought I might live blog. I arrived at work at 6:40, the office silent and dark. It is now just …

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Is live blogging dead? It certainly feels that way, but I find that kind of a bummer. While it’s fun to get involved in a big event on Twitter, a live blog of an event is much, much easier to digest. And, as a blogger, I get a bit of a kick out of keeping the live blogging on my own site rather than burying it in my Twitter feed. With live blogging, you don’t have to rely on a hashtag or hope your social followers find your coverage. You keep it all on your own property, easy to find, completely in context. But it still feels like a lost or dying art.


Has Social Media Killed Live Blogging?

Hasn’t Twitter and Storify – pretty much any social media – killed live blogging? Well, no. Live blogging is not dead, not exactly. The reports of its death are greatly exaggerated. Granted, live blogging has certainly changed …

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How To Choose The Perfect Blog Categories (and prevent your blog from getting out of control).


How To Choose The Perfect Blog Categories

Perhaps you stumbled upon the long list of the top blog categories according to Google, and realized with horror that you were using all of them on your blog. You have too many categories. You ended up …

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The 6 Communication Barriers You Put In Front Of Your Readers


The 6 Communication Barriers You Put In Front Of Your Readers

Without being aware of it, you are building communication barriers that make it impossible for your readers to enjoy what you’ve written. Blogging advice such as “just write” or “write regularly” isn’t bad advice to get …

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