Archive for the 'blogging' Category

Teaching Dad about RSS

Saturday, May 28th, 2005

Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m a *huge* believer in RSS. I’ve been using it with various business and personal projects for years. It’s how I get my news. It rocks … for me. However, the mainstream has *not* caught on yet, as is evidenced by my Dad’s most recent e-mail to me about this […]

Long tail web advertising

Friday, May 27th, 2005

In an article for CNET this week, Juan Cole wrote about blogs being the next big thing for advertisers. He uses the term “blogcasting” to describe essentially exactly what we’ve been doing at BackBeat Media for more than 5 years: take a bunch of high-quality sites — none of whom could regularly attract advertising […]

Experiments begin at home

Saturday, May 21st, 2005

Never try this at home? Yeah, right. That’s the *best* place to try things. It’s safe, you’re cozy, and there’s milk in the fridge. So after years of wrestling (mostly with myself!) about what sort of blog I should publish, and whether I should publish 6 of them or just one, I finally had an […]