I don’t spend a huge amount of time in public forums these days, but a few years ago I gained a lot of valuable knowledge from a multitude of forums, and still communicate with old friends.
The most believable April Fools are the ones with an element of truth, maybe I cut this one a little too fine to the wire as no one caught on, even though I posted mine a little after Darren had already posted with his PayPerTweet.
I try to avoid blogosphere discussions unless I have something substantial to add. I don’t have holdings in any of the companies embroiled in the current takeover / acquisition debate, and to be perfectly honest I am not sure if any of the combined entities that eventually emerge will be able to compete with Google on their home turf.
The Semmys has just been officially announced, and is a new award site for the best Search Engine Marketing, Search Engine Optimization and Social Media Marketing posts of the year, and is the brainchild of Matt at Small Business SEM.
I have written my first article over at our new “Team Blog” Collective Thoughts, and decided on a provocative title to start that will lead into a series of posts on various topics relating to social media marketing goals and performance metrics.
I decided to put together a mashup so I can see the chatroom for PostieCon as well as the Live Ustream feed for my own use, but thought I would post it here on the blog for anyone to watch what is happening.
Imagine WOOT but for internet marketing products – deal of the day, software of the day, game of the day… you have got the idea?
Well Jason Potash and Marc Quarles will be launching DealDotCom on Tuesday, Sept 18th
Some news for those server geeks who pay attention to what happens on the backend of their websites, because typical servers are normally slightly more than just Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP.
The guys from PayPerPost might cause a lot of controversy, but there is one thing that I doubt anyone could deny, even their most harsh critics… they are smart.
They bring out interesting, useful, sometimes controversial or disruptive products, but they are certainly market leaders not the following pack.