Be Careful What You Put In Writing

Be Careful What You Put In Writing

Ian Capstick wrote yesterday about an online bust-up between National Post technology reporter David George-Cosh and marketing consultant April Dunford...

Blogging vs. Twitter – Commitment and Effort – Another Perspective

Blogging vs. Twitter – Commitment and Effort – Another Perspective

I recently received an excellent comment on my recent post Blogging vs. Twitter: A Different Kind of Commitment from Doc Kane (@dockane on...

Blogging vs. Twitter: A Different Kind of Commitment

Blogging vs. Twitter: A Different Kind of Commitment

Talking with Michael O’Connor Clarke the other day, we both commented on a trend we’ve both observed recently: Corporations seem...

YOUR 40 Top People To Follow on Twitter

YOUR 40 Top People To Follow on Twitter

My "40 PR-Related People To Follow On Twitter" post yesterday got quite the reaction – both in terms of traffic...

40 PR-Related People To Follow On Twitter

40 PR-Related People To Follow On Twitter

Over the course of today I saw (and partook in) several conversations on Twitter around people giving up on Twitter...

Twitter Follow-Back Fail

Twitter Follow-Back Fail

I’ve just crossed 2,500 followers on Twitter; double the number of people who read this site. I follow roughly 680....

Twitter And Authority-Based Search – No Thanks

Twitter And Authority-Based Search – No Thanks

Loic Le Meur and Michael Arrington are calling for Twitter to add authority-based filtering to its search function so that people can filter results based on the number of followers a person has. My response: No thanks.

Bring Twitter Onto Your Blog With Chat Catcher

Bring Twitter Onto Your Blog With Chat Catcher

If you’re anything like me, and you’re sometimes frustrated by trying to track conversations about you all over the web,...

The Danger Of Ego Services on Twitter

The Danger Of Ego Services on Twitter

This weekend I received a direct message from someone on Twitter asking why I’d unfollowed him. He was a little...

Twitter Spam Doesn’t Work

Twitter Spam Doesn’t Work

We're still seeing people try to use old-school spam tactics to 'game' Twitter. This weekend I saw one of the more low-level attempts so far – someone who created a Twitter account just for the purpose of taking advantage of the Mumbai terrorist attacks to drive traffic to his site.

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