Get Out From Behind the Monitor

In this digital age we live in it's entirely possible to run a business, get through a day, or complete many a project without actually interacting with human beings. While the efficiencies of this are incredible, I'm not so sure it's always so good Continue Reading

eHub a Great Place to Find New Web Applications

I participated in a panel as SXSW with Emily Chang, creator of a site called eHub. eHub is a frequently updated resource of web applications with a focus on web 2.0 type services. Great presentation. Continue Reading

Are the Search Engines Tired of Your Home Page?

Dynamic content creation is a necessary part of your overall web strategy. Blogs and RSS feeds are being used by small businesses everywhere. Unfortunately, this has caused a bit of stagnation on the static portions of the site, namely the home page. Continue Reading

Favorite Firefox Extensions

If you're not using Firefox browser yet you're not going to understand why I'm giddy about something called extensions. Since Firefox is an open source software anyone smart enough to write a way to extend it's functionality can make my browsing Continue Reading

When Is Too New Just Right

I really like the new tools and toys that Web 2.0 platforms are spinning out on a daily basis, but it sure takes alot of self control to know what to ignore and what to invest your time in learning more about. I often feel that's why some folks read Continue Reading

Interview with Nettie Hartsock

Nettie Hartsock is a wonderfully generous writer who covers "Must Read Business Books" for Last week she asked me a handful of questions about Duct Tape Marketing. Here's my favorite question: Nettie: Why do you love small Continue Reading

What Do You Want To Know About Using RSS in Marketing

I'm participating in a panel on RSS for Marketing at SXSW in Austin on March 11th. I thought it would be fun to do a podcast show with some of the esteemed panel members prior to the event. My guests for this show are Tom Markiewicz of EvolvePoint, Continue Reading

All Ad Spending To Go Digital

Media Post ran an article this morning quoting a Microsoft exec claiming that within three years most of their $1billion ad spending will be in the digital space. "We're actually pretty confident that by 2010, the majority of our media mix will Continue Reading