After a too-long absence…Terry Storch is back in the blogosphere. You can check out his new blog right here. If you don’t know the name, for lots of us Terry is one of the first bloggers we were inspired by.
Have you checked out Clicky yet? I use several different tools to keep track of what’s happening at StrategyCentral. FeedBurner is a daily check. MyBlogLog is a tool that I’ve been using for about a year to see where all
What are you using on your own blog to measure what’s happening? Like anything else, you can just go along and hope for the best…or you can develop your strategy, measure what happens, and then adjust your strategy in order
I know most of you come in through a feedreader like Bloglines. But if you have seen my new banner…I’m really happy with the way it looks! Thanks to my friend Nader Wahabi adding Strategy Central to a great istockphoto.com
Have you added any new blogs to your reading lately? I tripped across a really interesting one today that I’ve just got to tell you to check out. Conversation Agent is a great find! Written by Valeria Maltoni, new on
I don’t know if you know Lifehacker or not…but it’s a blog I watch daily. There’s always an interesting array of cool ideas, like this one about how to wrap a headphone cord. If you’re like me, trying to untangle
If you like StrategyCentral and you’d like to follow the conversation, there are two easy ways to do it. AND IT’S FREE! First, if you’d like to receive an email whenever there’s a new post, just type in your email
Great post over at Tony Morgan’s blog today…49 Simple Strategies for Better Blogging. Love it. If you go over there be sure to pile on with a comment about a pink shirt. He loves it.
One year ago today I posted for the first time here at StrategyCentral. It’s amazing how fast the year has passed. Here are the posts for June 2005. I started things up over at Xanga. It’s foggy one year later
What blogs do you check everyday? Are there certain stops that you know you’re going to make? Or is it random? Right now I’ve got 63 blogs that I check on Bloglines (it makes it really easy when they’re all