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Saturday, November 4, 2006

Successful Business Blogging: The Scoble Prescription - 15 Points To A Killer Blog

Whether you decided to take up blogging as a serious venue to enhance your visibility, to boost your professional credibility or to start creating an extra income stream, Robert and Maryam Scoble essential advice packs into 15 slides the best lessons learned by one of the blogging pioneers.

Photo credit: JD Lasica - Robert Scoble and his wife Maryam, promoting Robert's book "Naked Conversations"

For the time it will take to browse through this great visual presentation, don't hesitate to give a look into this. Scoble's advice, ripened by the bruises of experience, and enriched by his open-minded, humble and broad vision on the world of personal independent publishing on the Internet, is worth gold.

Instead of pounding hours of blog book reading or thousands of Google searches in search for the magic recipe, spend five minutes now to check this simple advice, and it will be forever valuable to your online blog publishing career.

Photo credit: Presentation of Robert and Maryam Scoble on how to blog well - Blog Business Summit 2006 conference and seminar series.

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N.B.: I have asked Robert Scoble why isn't there an open, public policy on (Robert Scoble new online outlet) that states our rights as bloggers to edit, re-mix, syndicate and mash-up some of the great video content Robert has been producing.

As I have recently written about online video advertising and promotion, unless the video you publish are available for others to easily redistribute, re-publish, edit and re-mix, you are really not taking advantage of the video distribution potential that is out there.

But while he replied that this was a good point that he had not considered, I have not had any further reply or follow-up. What do you think yourself?

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posted by Robin Good on Saturday, November 4 2006, updated on Tuesday, May 5 2015

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