This past week, I’ve not been returning emails in a timely fashion. I’ve ignored commenters on the website. I’ve been weak about adding “news” to the “news section.” In essence, I’ve been a bad blogger. But I am not the… more
I installed the Alex King mobile plugin at Sybil’s blog (The Good, The Bad, The Unread) a week ago because I was tired of trying to access it from my smart phone and having to wait five years for the… more
One of the first and most popular group blogs, Squawk Radio, is closing its doors. It’s all speculative about why right now. It’s hard to blog every day and think of new topics. It’s a little surprising since they recently… more
There is a bill being proffered in both branches of Congress which would provide shields for bloggers who have anonymous sources. “The intent is that bloggers who are regularly involved in newsgathering and reporting, within the scope of that definition,… more
Authors have been able to blog on Amazon and the results were then fed to your personalized blog which Amazon called a Plog. The problem is, apparently, that few posts ever made it to the reader’s Plog. Amazon has now… more
I was inspired by May's Romancing the Blog article on Saturday about group blogs. Many an author participates in group blogs and many participate in more than one group blog. But you know what many authors do not do? They… more
Seems pretty miniscule but Yahoo only accounts for 3% of the referrals. The Market Sentinel points to the increasing voice of the consumer via the consumer’s ability to rebrand products. Via Market Sentinel.
First off, here’s my ebook tip of the day: Penguin hates ebook readers. Still no sign of Nora Roberts’ Valley of Silence. Last Monday, I blogged about a seemingly innocuous topic: websites and my opinion that all authors should have… more