Posts by Dave Fleet

14 Plugins To Improve Your WordPress Blog

14 Plugins To Improve Your WordPress Blog

Here are 14 plugins I currently use on DaveFleet.com and why you might want to consider using them.

Plurk – Ooooooh Another Shiny New Twitter-Like Thing!

Plurk – Ooooooh Another Shiny New Twitter-Like Thing!

...this is good because, y'know, we can't move to any of the existing Twitter competitors like Pownce or Jaiku when Twitter's down, right? We obviously need another tool to fill the gap left by... oh wait... there isn't a gap.

HubSpot’s Press Release Grader – Rate Your Press Release

HubSpot’s Press Release Grader – Rate Your Press Release

Press Release Grader is a simple, free tool that analyzes your press releases and gives you some ideas on how to improve them.

Social Media In Plain English

Social Media In Plain English

Lee LeFever has produced another of his fantastic “…in Plain English” series of videos – Social Media in Plain English....

How To Write A Good Communications Plan – Part 6 – Strategy

How To Write A Good Communications Plan – Part 6 – Strategy

Now that you've figured out your objectives, you know where you're going. It's time to figure out how to get there. Your strategy defines how you will achieve the objectives you've just identified.

WestJet Shows The Value Of Providing Friendly Service

WestJet Shows The Value Of Providing Friendly Service

It's always a pleasure to write good things about a company. Today I'm pleased to do this for WestJet.

Mesh Day 2 – Live Blog

Mesh Day 2 – Live Blog

Live-Blogging Mesh Day 1 – What Did You Think Of CoverItLive?

Live-Blogging Mesh Day 1 – What Did You Think Of CoverItLive?

Twitter's reliability recently has been... well... awful. During the introductions to the opening day of Toronto's Mesh Conference yesterday, I suddenly thought: "What happens if Twitter goes down (again) today?" On a whim, I decided to give live-blogging tool Cover It Live a try.

Live-Blogging Mesh 2008

Live-Blogging Mesh 2008

Live-blog of day 1 of Toronto's Mesh 2008 conference.

A Quick Thought On Online Privacy

A Quick Thought On Online Privacy

By posting information online, we're making a choice to make it available to other people. We take that for granted. If someone doesn't realize they're making that choice - if they don't realize that's what's happening - is it still right to mine that information in the same way?