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BLOGGING, Blogging TIPS | July 12, 2009

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A Quick Recap of My Experience at WordCamp Montreal 2009

A Quick Recap of My Experience at WordCamp Montreal 2009

I had a great time this weekend at WordCamp Montreal. The conversation with the founder of WordPress Matt Mullenweg was inspiring and calming. Matt was really zen while he answered questions from the crowd. In the after-talk, many people pointed out to me his soothing voice. Amongst other things, Matt shares the core value of […]

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Blog Out Loud Event in Los Angeles

Blog Out Loud Event in Los Angeles

If you are a blogger living in Los Angeles, make time to attend the first Blog Out Loud event on Thursday, June 4th, 2009 at Patio Culture. This is a concept by Megan Arquette and Rebecca Orlov to encourage and inspire creative people to start blogging. From what I heard about the event, it is […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA | May 22, 2009

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Measuring Your Social Media Influence is Key | Webcom 2009 Wrap-Up

Measuring Your Social Media Influence is Key | Webcom 2009 Wrap-Up

Let’s look at what I see as the key elements of the latest Webcom, which happened May 13, 2009 in Montreal. Several subjects were covered. Privacy, identity, authenticity and transparency in social media have occupied a part of the debate. Except for one session that I left in the middle, all presenters did an excellent […]

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TECHNOLOGY | May 6, 2009

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Official Blogger at Webcom Montreal 2009

Official Blogger at Webcom Montreal 2009

The 6th edition of Webcom Montreal is scheduled for Wednesday, May 13th, 2009. This is a bi-annual one-day conference. I am writing a quick note to tell you that I will be publishing posts live (assuming no technological problems) one week from now. Readers of On The Web will be lucky since you will get […]

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BLOGGING, MONETIZING | March 4, 2009

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Talking Blog Monetizing on my Updated Look at Women and Social Media Presentation – Part 3 of 3

We ran short of time for that topic during my presentation. Let’s further examine key elements. If you are serious about attracting advertisers and sponsors, start by keeping a writing schedule. Consistency is important to build traffic. You wish to create a routine with your readers. Establish a schedule that is compatible with your agenda. […]

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BLOGGING, SOCIAL MEDIA | March 3, 2009

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Updated Look at Women and Social Media Presentation: Women blogs – Part 2 of 3

Now that you are up to date on the latest social media statistics, I explored the universe of women and mom blogging. I explained what differentiates this crowd from other blog circles. I also talked about the specificity of the women blogs versus the mom blogs. Continue with part 3 about monetarizing a blog.

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Updated Look at Women and Social Media Presentation: Statistics – part 1 of 3

I talked about the universe of women blogging and social media two weekends ago at PodCamp Toronto 2009. I split my recorded session in four 3 parts (March 10th, 2009 update: the last part was the question period but the sound is not great for the participant questions, so I decided to not publish it). […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA | February 1, 2009

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Presenting at PodCamp Toronto 2009

Presenting at PodCamp Toronto 2009

I am returning to Podcamp Toronto. I attended one day last year since it was the same weekend as the Interior Design Show. Luckily this year, the IDS 09 will be 2 weeks later. Podcamp Toronto is a FREE unconference for those interested in all things regarding podcasting, blogging and new media. Amateurs, pros, newbies […]

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