Tag Archives: Chris Brogan

The etiquette of permission networking

You’ve heard of permission marketing, right?  As defined by Seth Godin, it is the transformation wrought by social media encouraging people to opt-in to rather than opt-out of marketing. Permission marketing is the privilege (not the right) of delivering anticipated, personal and … Continue reading

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A list of ten Google Reader Shared Items to which you can subscribe saving you time.

UPDATE: I’ve added an eleventh! You’ve only just learnt to manage your daily reading through RSS feeds. And soon you find yourself overwhelmed with the number of blogs to which you have subscribed. What do you do?  Why not subscribe to … Continue reading

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Two initiatives which use collaboration to build communities

Two new, or newish, initatives for community building between bloggers have emerged. Both, in that great supportive spirit of the blogosphere, strives to do its best for those whose blogs might be overlooked and undervalued. But the approach to links is so … Continue reading

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