At the turn of the calendar, let's revisit some posts from this and past Novembers:
- Give Your Readers Gifts With Every Blog Post – Readers of our content are skimmers and scanners. Give them gifts within each post that allow them to slow down and take in your message.
- Search Once and Subscribe: Making Meaning of RSS -One of the benefits of RSS is that you can search and subscribe to the results. Save time and gain more insight.
- Taste on a Toothpick – You don't have to write everything you know on a topic in one blog post – it would be hard to swallow that big of a bite at one sitting. Just give 'em a taste.
- First We Flock Around the Content, Then We Talk About the Content – Great content should ignite conversations – it's the way it's always been.
- On the Oregon Trail – A brief bit on my move from Iowa to Oregon.
- Craft Beer: More Than a Social Media Metaphor – Working closely in the Craft Beer industry, I'm learning that there is more than metaphors that make up both Craft Beer and Social Media
- Two Weeks of Trash Talking ('09) – First we rehearse, then we go under the spotlight.
- Social Media Success Plan for Beginners: 6 Hours a Week for 6 Weeks ('08) – A simple equation to build great habits and page depth.
- Target Audience or Key Relationships: Why It's Okay to Miss the Bullseye ('08) – Even if you don't get a bullseye on every attempt, you can still score as long as you keep tossing content.
- 4 Criteria for Choosing Technology for Your Classroom ('08) – A few things to make sure of before you start using that "next new thing" in your classroom.
- Your Blogging Territories ('07) – Who are you writing for and why?
- Quotes n Notes: Learn Something ('07) – Even a schmuck can teach you a few things
- Marketing Resources for Students ('07) – A few books and online resources for college grads and students
- Is Your Company Blog Simply Marketing Insurance? ('06) – Having car insurance doesn't make you a better driver…having a blog doesn't make you a better marketer.
- Company Blog: Tool or Employee? ('06) – While a blog is a tool, it might be better to view it as an employee.
- Information Overload or Poor Time Management ('06) – Don't go after everything – just the important stuff. Signal vs Noise
- Web Site vs Blog Site ('06) – Easy pictorial comparison
- Horse and Buggy Web Development ('06) – Funny (and sad). This still happens too often.