Much of the innovation we’re seeing in the use and spread of consumer-generated media (CGM) draws from the political blog space.
Robert Scoble likes Bloglines Citations for its ability to track blog conversations. He points to the recent item about Microsoft preferring the term "blogcast" over "podcast." He’s right … that’s a good service. But more to the point, it will be interesting to see whether the blogcast term catches on. Obviously, right now it’s being…
The BBC has an article on the rising use of the Internet in American politics, with a special focus on podcasts.
IS BUZZ MARKETING ILLEGAL? “As marketers more frequently look to recruit consumers brand agents to spread goodwill for brands, industry attorneys view buzz marketing as a likely area of regulatory involvement, especially around the issue of compensating people to participate in buz (tags: BuzzMarketing WordOfMouth Marketing)
This blog has joined the TechJots blog network, which right now also includes TechJots and NH TechJots. InterAdvocacy will continue to follow the business of content and public affairs online, while TechJots follows high-tech entrepreneurship and angel investing. NH TechJots has a specific focus on the high-tech community in the Granite State. Soon you will…
As expected, Google has entered the blog search game. Try it here. Note that it is not truly a blog search function, but a feed search tool. If a blog publishes only excerpts, Google will only search the excerpt. Also, it does not search comments or other material on blog sites. And it only covers…