Tag: duncan riley

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Passion, Relationships and Thought Leadership

Back in the bad old days of blogging, the way to get attention was simple. Flame someone long enough and hard enough and they would take notice and respond in comments, or otherwise. Bloggers realized their power for change and took their platforms seriously, calling into question media accounts in […]

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Hints at an $800 Apple laptop, Bloggers Report, Stock up 4 points

It was quite interesting to watch the market swing yesterday. Apple (AAPL) took a 20% hit on the market last week when it was expected that consumer spending on “bling” would be reduced. “Bling” stocks like Apple, Starbucks (SBUX) and other companies representing consumers “living the life” mentalities tanked with […]

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You Don't have to be an Environmentalist to Have Green Habits

You don’t have to believe to be green Here’s some interesting facts you won’t read in your local newspaper: the world has stopped warming. Data from all four major global temperature tracking outlets (Hadley, NASA’s GISS, UAH, RSS) released in February this year show that the world cooled between 0.65-0.75C […]

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Consolidation in the Blogosphere – Part II

Yesterday, I posted a video that suggested that perhaps a little consolidation needs to happen in the blogosphere. I was not the first. At the time of that recording, it had slipped my mind that Mike Arrington predicted a roll-up of blogs back in March. Regardless, the issue has sparked […]

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How to be a Whore the Linkbaiting Way

Linkbaiting is the term used to describe activity the bloggers use to attract attention to posts. It is a popular trend with an unpopular connotation. Particularly when the linkbaiting is overtly negative. Some people can positively linkbait. Brian Clark of Copyblogger is a master. Other people, like Duncan Riley, link […]

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