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» Blogs Are Free Samples of Your Brand from Marketing & Strategy Innovation Blog
by: David ArmanoThe headline of this post is borrowed from my good friend Mike Wagner who I felt captured the significance of the business blogging event also known as SOBCon 07. Heres the presentation I gave which can be downloaded... [Read More]

» The creationage from Get Shouty
David Armanos latest post Blogs Are Free Samples of Your Brand has an interesting, call to action: Stop calling yourself a blogger. Blogging is a commodity.  Anyone can do it.  We are human beings with passions and interests that com... [Read More]

» I am Not a Blogger from Prosthetic Device
I am a freelance writer with a geeky history and a sideline of stock photography who frequently provides photographs as illustrations for my writing. David Armano, Creative VP at Digitas, writes on this topic and introduces me to a way to share... [Read More]

» SOBCon07Sharing Our Best Conference 2007 from Dawud Miracle @ dmiracle.com
Liz had been telling me (thats she and I on the right) for weeks that SOBCon07 (link to pictures) was going to be a different kind of conference. How? She kept telling me that we were going to take the comment box to the conference room. Boy, di... [Read More]

» LOTD: 5/16/07 from Open The Dialogue
Yikes am I behind. Let's clear out the "OTD" folder in Newsgator and start fresh tomorrow. A study by the Keller Fay Group says that word-of-mouth is the biggest factor when making a purchase decision, with business execs carrying more... [Read More]

» You just might be a blogger from Phil Gerbyshak Challenges You to Make It Great!
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» Do You Call Yourself A Blogger? from Dawud Miracle @ dmiracle.com
Why? Why not? Ive been thinking about this a lot since David Armano talked about it at SOBCon last year. His basic point was that blogging is a commodity. Anyone can do it. We are human beings with passions and interests that come out in ... [Read More]

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