Month: August 2007

“Most Recommended” by Blogging Geniuses at WordCamp Boston

This guest post is by Marci Reynolds of marcireynolds.com. The July 2011 WordPress WordCamp Boston rocked!  Hundreds of eager WordPress users gathered to watch more than 40 speakers who presented on topics from social media to themes to shortcodes to security. I took detailed notes as I listened, watched and networked with blogging and WordPress …

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How to be Lucky

A few posts back I introduced the concept of ‘luck’ as a principle of entrepreneurship but also reflected that in my experience that my own ‘luck’ as a blogger has in part arisen out of decisions I’ve made. I’m fascinated by the idea of people making their own luck – or creating a lifestyle that …

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Elite Retreat – Take Your Online Business to the Next Level

I mentioned this in passing last week after my interview with Shoemoney – but today we’re officially announcing the next Elite Retreat San Francisco which will run between 19-20 March. I’ll be one of the leaders/speakers on this 30 seat conference and I’m really excited about it. Other Speakers are Jeremy Schoemaker (aka Shoemoney and …

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4 Ways I Compose Posts to Drive Millions of Pageviews to Blogs Through Digg

A Guest Post by Neal Rodriguez. With the release of the new Digg on August 25th, anybody with the ability to understand how a story, which is promoted to the popular section, is composed, has an edge in attaining viral exposure ranging from tens of thousands to millions of pageviews. Digg’s users constitute a large …

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