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10 Essential Blogging Tools

In last week's issue of my newsletter I wrote an article outlining what I think are 10 essential tools for bloggers. This list isn't so much a resource if you are thinking about adding a blog as it is a list of ways to get more from your blog in Continue Reading

What Do You Sell?

This title seems like a simple enough question, no trick to it really. If you sell insurance, you sell a piece of paper If you sell remodeling, you sell boards, drywall and paint If you sell tax preparation, your sell a big fat envelope full of Continue Reading

Stop Defending Blogging and Just Go Blog

Every couple of weeks or so a journalist or, heaven forbid, a blogger pops up with a story that is unflattering or even down right negative about the use of blogging as a business tool. (More often than not the party in question is simply practicing Continue Reading

The Top 25 Marketing Blogs

Mack Collier at the Viral Garden has taken the Alexa data and come up with a top 25 marketing blogs list. Some you've heard of, some, I suspect, you have not. I find these types of lists to be a good way to find some really good new (to me at least) Continue Reading

Calling a few good bloggers

If you read my blog at all you will have noticed that I have hooked together 9 other blogs to create what I call the Duct Tape Marketing Channel. I've decided to expand this little operation and add another group of blogs, on specific topics, focused Continue Reading

Technology Inventory Worksheet

A couple of days ago I wrote a post about securing the control of your domain name. This post sparked a lot great comments including one from Dalene Bradford who writes Charitable Thoughts - a blog focused on helping non-profit organizations. She Continue Reading

Business Book Freebies from 800CEOREAD

Jack Covert over at 800CEOREAD has an interesting offering he calls In Bubble Wrap. I love books, as you may already know, and I think CEOREAD has done a great job over the years of promoting business books and business authors. Here is what In Continue Reading

Handy Little PowerPoint Add-on

I once heard Guy Kawasaki, noted for his speaking prowess, claim that the only thing worse than a speaker that stunk was not knowing when they were going to be done stinking - I ran across this free handy little add on for PowerPoint, called the Continue Reading