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In 2014, your first step towards becoming a published author with a traditional publishing house is to start a blog focused on what you’ll eventually want to write a book about. On February 11, 2007, Minh started Bottom Shelf Books. On March 14, 2007, Minh created the @bottomshelfbks Twitter account. Do I have a recent example of this happening in the wild?

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made a choice of Linkedin over Facebook preferring it for its business perspective and it is paying off in terms of job contacts. found your sample profile… er… dry. publish my number. December 2007. November 2007. October 2007. September 2007. August 2007. July 2007. June 2007. May 2007. April 2007. March 2007. February 2007. January 2007. Covering social media business strategy and personal power. About. Speaking. Rockstars. Subscribe. Newsletters. Comments.

The State of the Blogosphere 2010

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After all, the blogosphere at one point seemed to succumb to the allure of the statusphere and the effortlessness and trendiness of rapid-fire, micro publishing. On Facebook this month, the average user created 90 pieces of content and contributed to the more than 30 billion pieces of content (web links, news stories, blog posts, notes, photo albums, etc.) If pouring, it is half full.

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B2B Marketing Magazine just published an article we wrote on what every B2B marketer should be thinking about the mobile web.  great example from a drop-down menu in a Royal Opera House web form: That’s just a small sample.  According to the BBC, undercover US researchers,… Read more… Neil Stoneman | November 21st, 2008 | no comments Your new content may not be as relevant as your old All the best B2B tech marketers are mini-publishing houses — they never stop cranking out thought-provoking content on the issues their target market cares most about.