Social Networking

Andrew Garcia-American Idol

I normally don’t like making predictions, and blogging about American Idol may be a tad off topic for me, but young father & singer songwriter Andrew Garcia is such an amazing talent.. he is going to win.  As a music lover, amateur musician & blogger I wanted to do my small part to spread the news and encourage everyone to… Read more →

The Email Wars

No, I’m not talking about Microsoft Outlook vs. Google Gmail. If that’s what you were looking for, LifeHacker just did a great post on the top 5 email clients you can read here: 5 Best Email Clients Instead the question today is, are the e-mail wars vs. social networking still raging? Is e-mail as a business marketing tool still relevant?… Read more →

Urgent Warning About Gardasil (Truth or Fear Mongering)

I have three daughters so this issue is very important to discuss with my family, but when you get emails from friends and family freaking you out that  girls are dying and having adverse affects from a vaccine created  to protect our daughters from cancer… confusion and anger sets in. Do we trust the medical doctors, the naturopathic doctors, the FDA… Read more →

Traditional Blogs Are Dying- The Conclusion

Part 1- Traditional Blogs Are Dying Intro & Current Stats Part 2- Traditional Blogs Are Dying- Long Run Projection Rates Part 3- Traditional Blogs Are Dying- The Problems Section 4: How To Stay Ahead of the Curve and Profit The internet is still in its infancy, and although blogging is here to stay it will get progressively more difficult to stand… Read more →

Traditional Blogs Are Dying- Part 3- The Problems

Part 1- Traditional Blogs Are Dying Intro & Current Stats  Part 2- Traditional Blogs Are Dying- Long Run Projection Rates Section 3: The Problems So as you have read you might already have come to some personal conclusions as to what the major problems currently are for businesses and professionals in the blogging world right now. But, apply the math and… Read more →

Traditional Blogs Are Dying – Part 2

Click Here To Go Back To Read The Intro Post & Section 1 Section 2: Long Run Projection Rates Using Technorati’s math of 133 Million Blogs worldwide, and disregarding the generally excepted 180 Million blogs number (often quoted online) I did a simple growth chart. As you will see in figure 1.51 below, if blogs were just to simply keep… Read more →