What the buzz on blogging these days? Here’s what we think is hot for 2006. 1. Blogging is Here to Stay Blogging will no longer be viewed as a novelty and will create less of a buzz as it did two years ago. Despite a levelling off of excitement, it will continue to become a … Read More
Thanks to Problogger, we found an interesting argument brewing between blogs and websites. Simon Dumenco at AdAge wrote an article called “A Blogger is Just a Writer with a Cooler Name” that argues that blogs are just websites and that is too much focus on them. He says … And it occurred to me that … Read More
Pop-Up Blog: a short term blog. According to Clickz, this new term has been coined by ElectricArtists. Pop-Up blogs are created with a clear lifespan set before it is launched. They pop up and fade away, and their brief life spans correspond with an event, product launch, or other time-sensitive cause.
We recently read a great quote in November 2005’s EContent magazine. The flurry of activity and excitement around content creation and collaboration tools, as well as social software “is positive proof that people are the killer app.” ~ Jerry Michalski, Socialtext ContentRobot agrees with Jerry and sees blogs as a way for people to really … Read More
Guidewire Group and iUpload published a study called “Blogging in the Enterprise — Corporate Blogging Drives Next Wave of Social Media Adoption.” ContentRobot is pleased to share the highlights with you, as we agree that corporate blog adoption is both recent and accelerating. We offer some key findings here — our favorite one is “no … Read More
Add content chronologically. The main components of a blog are posts, bits of commentary that are arranged chronologically, with the most recent at the top. Most blogging services and software like Blogger and Movable Type employ easy-to-use Web-based forms. But bloggers — those who create blogs — can also submit posts via email and can … Read More
Most blogs are published both on web sites and as feeds. To put it simply, the feed means that you don’t have to visit the site to read its content. You can subscribe to updates and have them delivered to you. How Do I Start? The fastest way to start is with online news aggregators. … Read More
Once you found one or two blogs you like they will link to more blogs. And more, and more… You could also try searching for blogs in search engines that specializes in blogs/feeds. You should of course add your own blog to all of these as well. Check out: Blogwise Feedster Daypop Blogdigger Blog Search … Read More