How to screw up an idea

by Carl Natale on January 7, 2011

Remember the Social Media FTW conference last year? I was there. The most interesting moment for me was during Nicole Ouellette‘s introduction to blogging presentation. (BTW, if you ever have a chance to hear Nicole speak, take advantage of it. She’s smart and thoughtful) While Nicole was explaining the virtues of WordPress and that there […]

Do you have time for content clients?

by Carl Natale on January 6, 2011

Like I said, there are two types of people with blogs. To help the people who aren’t bloggers, I created the On Blogging Newsletter. But I realized there is a benefit for the bloggers. You know. The people who know everything I put in the newsletter. If you’re already plugged in to the newest WordPress […]

Why we’re keeping blogging alive

by Carl Natale on January 4, 2011

I’m not sure why they say blogging is dead. Instead of piling on, I decided to help save blogging. I’m in good company.   Chris Brogan launched a business designed to help keep your blog alive. WordPress is encouraging you to post daily. It’s possible we’re in denial. Here’s why I’m right No matter what is […]

How to improve your blog

by Carl Natale on January 3, 2011

There are two types of people writing blog posts: Bloggers People who have a blog because someone (like me) told them they need one for their business I’m a blogger, and I’m writing this post for those who fit into the second type. It’s not a bad thing to be a non-blogger with a blog. […]