Month: April 2006

How to Update Old Posts On Your Blog (and When You Should Consider Doing it)

Do you update old posts on your blog? Lately I’ve spent quite a bit of time here on “That Work” – SLG in my archives updating old posts – perhaps even more than creating new content for the “That Work” – SLG blog and podcast. It’s something that I’ve done regularly over the years, and …

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5 Intellectual Property Laws about the Internet Bloggers Need to Know

This is a guest contribution from  JT Ripton, a Freelance writer from Tampa. Image via Flickr by auggie tolosa Intellectual property law protects much of the content that you enjoy on the internet. Though you aren’t always required to pay to enjoy this content, that doesn’t make it free for all types of use. Since …

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Week 9 [09.12-15.12.19] New financial crisis. Should we be afraid?

Starting Points for Selling Your Print Book Through Your Blog

Earlier today we heard from Kevin Cullis, who’s successfully using his blog to support his self-published print book, How to Start a Business: Mac Version. As print publishing evolves, we’re seeing more and more bloggers release printed books—either themselves or through established publishing houses, like I did. This is an interesting thrust for blogging. When …

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Week 9 [09.12-15.12.19] New financial crisis. Should we be afraid?

Amazon Shorts

Now that Amazon has its “Connect” blogging feature rolling, I’m wondering if authors could use Shorts and Connect as cross-promotional tools to sell additional content. Let’s say you have a nonfiction title for sale on Amazon. And you’re posting blog entries on your book’s Amazon product page through the “Connect” program. After a while it …

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