Building a Brand thru Blogging
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Building a Brand thru Blogging

It’s been a long time since I’ve spoken at a conference as I wanted to…

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AOL buys Huffington Post for $315 million
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AOL buys Huffington Post for $315 million

AOL buys TechCrunch
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AOL buys TechCrunch

Last time AOL bought a blog network (Weblogs Inc, owner of Engadget) was like 5…

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Did Gizmodo just cost Apple $87 Million?
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Did Gizmodo just cost Apple $87 Million?

Apple’s Steve Jobs finished their press conference and addressed the pressing issue of the iPhone…

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Philippines takes World’s Best Spammers title?
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Philippines takes World’s Best Spammers title?

One of the greatest advantages the Philippines have in the world of BPO is that…

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Technology drives Citizen Journalism
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Technology drives Citizen Journalism

When I saw this hi-def video of the Serendra car explosion yesterday, I thought this…

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FTC Rules to fine Bloggers up to $11,000
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FTC Rules to fine Bloggers up to $11,000

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has updated their rules to include a stiff penalty to…

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Here comes Pay Per Tweet
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Here comes Pay Per Tweet

With the continuous growth of Twitter worldwide, I thought it’s only a matter of time…

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Google caught doing paid post in Japan
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Google caught doing paid post in Japan

Google was doing some marketing campaign in Japan thru an agency called CyberBuzz and paying…

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Why Copyright Infringement is a touchy subject?
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Why Copyright Infringement is a touchy subject?

While discussing cases of copyright infringement over a dinner meeting the other night, I was…

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Pownce is shutting down
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Pownce is shutting down

Another microblogging service bites the dust. Got an email just now announcing the shutdown of…

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Check out Senate Bill 2150 and House Bill 3306
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Check out Senate Bill 2150 and House Bill 3306

These two new bill (The Right to Reply Bill) has recently drawn some attention as…

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Why Blogger isn’t that popular in the Philippines?
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Why Blogger isn’t that popular in the Philippines?

During a cocktail party held yesterday for several folks from Google Asia-Pacific, the Product Manager…

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Ars Technica sold for $25 Million Big Ones
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Ars Technica sold for $25 Million Big Ones

Universal McCann’s Social Media Research
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Universal McCann’s Social Media Research

I was sent this PDF file containing Universal McCann’s Social Media Research for March 2008.…

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Cuban blogger gets Journalism Award
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Cuban blogger gets Journalism Award

This should be an inspiration to a lot of bloggers out there. A Cuban blogger,…

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Massive Blog Hackery Exposed
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Massive Blog Hackery Exposed

Tony of DJI talks about an unexpected outcome from TailRank’s River, a blog monitoring service.…

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The Brian Gorrell Story on Media in Focus
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The Brian Gorrell Story on Media in Focus

Since the Brian Gorrell blog has emerged a couple weeks ago, I tried to steer…

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Malu Fernandez gunning for Master Link Baiter of the Year
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Malu Fernandez gunning for Master Link Baiter of the Year

I’m amused with people who speak their mind and exercise their freedom of speech whether…

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All Healthy Ecosystems have Parasites
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All Healthy Ecosystems have Parasites

That’s what Founder and former Technorati CEO David Sifry said when asked to comment about…

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Giz got balls!
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Giz got balls!

The recent controversy over the recent CES has gotten everyone hyped up. One Gizmodo editor…

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Top 10 Predictions for 2008
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Top 10 Predictions for 2008

Comment Trolling Has A Psychological Explanation
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Comment Trolling Has A Psychological Explanation

The hot item over at TechCrunch is all about comment trolling having some psychological explanation.…

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How to deal with arbitrary feed subscribers?
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How to deal with arbitrary feed subscribers?

One of the fastest ways of getting feed subscribers is by offering RSS-to-Email subscriptions in…

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Want to opt-in?
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Want to opt-in?

Every so often, a company, media agency or PR firm would contact me and ask…

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