Independent Publishing - Articles Archive
from April 4, 2008 to February 7, 2008

Why do I blog? Lots of people think I have started all this to make money and publicity. But, as a matter of fact, the real story is quite different. My main reason for starting to publish my discoveries, pointers, reviewes and opinions, was really not ... read more

Robin Good - April 4, 2008

If you produce multiple video channels and want to increase access and visibility to your video content you may want to consider the Miro video browser co-branded opportunity. In the last few weeks, Holmes Wilson, one of the founders of Miro (formerly Democracy Player) has been on ... read more

Robin Good - April 3, 2008
Pete Cashmore of Mashable has a good conversation with Robert Scoble at the Community Next Conference in Los Angeles touching upon blogs, twitter, personal branding, and even to my own question which I twittered out to Pete before the session started: "How does Robert manage to ... read more

Robin Good - March 30, 2008

Extending Internet reach and accessibility while making it more resilient, and immune to possible controls and manipulations has been one of the major concerns addressed, and although some significant steps forward, at least in terms of awareness, have been made in this direction, bridging the digital ... read more

Robin Good - March 19, 2008

Ajax, the cool interface technology utilized to update and modify web pages without requiring a full refresh of the page is gaining more and more popularity on sites all over the Internet. But as much as Ajax can significantly simplify and ease user interaction with specific ... read more

Brigitte Simard - Web Credible - March 13, 2008
My online advertising strategy is still quite simple: Google AdSense + self-service advertising + direct advertisers and sponsors. AdSense provides the bulk of the income (but not for much longer as I opening a new bigger revenue channel as you read) and it still rocks. Notwithstanding ... read more

Robin Good - March 12, 2008
Many people ask me why I am not interested in funding, venture capital money and why I don't go around selling my good volume of high quality, high profile readers to a powerful publisher. The short answer is: because I am not after the money paradigm. ... read more

Robin Good - March 11, 2008
Free content online offers an opportunity for marketing yourself, your know-how and talent, more than any other marketing or advertising technique you may have learned about. Nothing beats the value of your own knowledge and skill, especially when you laid out in full for others ... read more

Robin Good - March 7, 2008

Is it more appropriate to give your best content out for free or to seriously consider going with a paid-content solution? Can you make more money with AdSense or other online advertising solutions or by selling your higher quality content at a price? If you are ... read more

Robin Good - March 6, 2008
One thousand true fans can truly make a difference if you are online author, writer, musician or videomaker seeking to make a living inside the long tail. Contrary to what you may have thought or have being told, if you have real, solid value to share, ... read more

Robin Good - March 5, 2008

Everyone got very envious of my QIK/ Nokia combo and its ability to let me video stream live from anywhere I am... but only if I have my Nokia. QIK works only with Symbian-based mobile cameraphones and all those guys with an iPhone or a slick ... read more

Robin Good - March 4, 2008

Making sense of new technology and media: a weekly digest edited and written by educational technologies expert George Siemens brings to you some of the most interesting pointers, trends, reflections and issues to follow that have emerged during the last seven days. In this weekly digest these ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - March 1, 2008

When does watching a video online count as a "video view"? If your video counter on YouTube or says 5,000 views, what does that really mean? Have 5,000 people really watched your video from beginning to end or are these just those that clicked play, ... read more

Mark Rotblat - TubeMogul - February 29, 2008
Key breaking news coming from Google today. Two key stories are on my screen today and I am devoting all of my focus to them: 1) Google just launched Google Sites - a full wiki service that I was just waiting ... read more

Robin Good - February 28, 2008

Many have already talked about it. Of those who have used it, some, with enough courage and vision, have made it one of their staples of online programming. Take Steve Garfield or Robert Scoble, to mention two of the guys I have been following on a ... read more

Robin Good - February 27, 2008

Today your strongest asset is your network. Your social network of informed, intelligent peers, is going to be the most valuable resource you have against the increasing landslide of information coming at you. It is in the wisdom of crowds, in word of mouth marketing, and ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - February 23, 2008

Getting to understand, appreciate and follow all that happens in the online world takes more attention and energy than any normal individual can ever have. This is why, increasingly we need newsmasters, curators, and opinionated digest editors who can explore, scan, select and report on what ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - February 16, 2008
Do you want to ask me direct questions about online publishing, video or internet marketing but have no idea of how you can do this? Today I open up a new public thread of video posts that will answer directly your email questions and requests. Just ... read more

Robin Good - February 15, 2008

Making Sense of New Technologies and Media is a weekly digest, curated by education, technology and media expert George Siemens and focused on analyzing, reporting and providing thoughtful insight into the use and intelligent application of such new technologies to our everyday lives In this week digest: a) ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - February 9, 2008

When content can be copied indefinitely and just about anything digital can be duplicated and re-distributed instantly, where is value to be found? "The money in this networked economy does not follow the path of the copies. Rather it follows the path of attention, and attention ... read more

Kevin Kelly - The Technium - February 7, 2008

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