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Online presence

Journalists’ Typewriters Go Silent

Tweet Photo By Adam Tinworth Journalists continue to be laid off in Tennessee this week as The Tennessean eliminated roughly 30 positions on July 9th which ranges from those reporting on the street to account execs to press operators. It’s not a new story. It’s happening to many of us and it will continue to. […]

Blogging Ethics

Tweet And this is probably the best post you will read in awhile on how your online presence is more than important and how you need to be real about it if you want credibility. The thing is transparency. There are different rules and regulations, and that is what Laura Creekmore is telling you. She […]

Do What You Want To Do

Tweet Busy Mom is categorized as a Mommy Blogger, which is big business these days, but she is so much more than that. She is a revolutionary voice in the blogosphere and can turn a phrase better than anyone. She is also a voice of reason. She spotlights the changes in the blogging community over […]

In Defense Of Memes

Tweet So, there is a movement this week about the dreaded meme and how these things kill kittens and that they are navel gazing. Of course memes are navel gazing. This is the Internet. Memes can beĀ  good for journalists. Not writing them necessarily, but reading them. Jane Devin addressed the issue on Facebook meme’s […]

How To Destroy Your Twitter Brand

Tweet How to destroy your Twitter brand within seconds is being discussed on Mashable. This is not something you want to do if you are trying to build your online presence. Walk away from the computer if you are angry might be the best advice to follow. Read the whole thing here. And, remember, these […]

Conversational Media

Tweet If you aren’t reading Hammock Inc.’s blog, well, you should be. Bossman Rex is giving our some sound advice on creating your online presence in 2009 by utilizing social media. He has a list but this is the first one: 1. If you haven’t already, set up accounts on these services:, Flickr, Twitter, […]

Trusting Others With Your Online Presence

Tweet One thing that those of us who aren’t necessarily technically inclined is the fear that as we trust others to protect our online product, something might go wrong. No one wants to deal with this nightmare. And it does happen: Soapblox is dead. That means that all the blogs hosted there, including such institutions […]


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