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by David Garland in David's Blog, Riveting News

If you tuned into the show today, you got the see the man, myth, and legend Chris Brogan (the episode is up online right here) but like me, you probably wanted more time with Chris than TV would allow so we are bringing you that much more Chris with an extremely in depth interview to help you with YOUR business.

Sit back, grab a cup of coffee (like Iā€™m about to go run out and nab), and enjoy.

In this 4 part interview you will:

-Learn how Chris Brogan has risen to the top

-Hear his secrets on building trust in business

-Understand how you can rock the social media world like Chris Brogan

-How to get rolling with blogging and bring in the $$$.

-See why business is changing and how you can capitalize on it.

What are your thoughts? Is Chris right on? Will you use the skills you picked up from him in your business? Why or why not?

Tune into the blog to check it out!

  • Nice work David. I have been using Squarespace.com. Costs a little more, but pretty user friendly and the designs look professional.

    I was thinking of a fresh term for blogs – maybe call it Frogging?

    • David Siteman Garland

      Squarespace is definitely cool. Sort of like a mix of Tumblr and Posterous as well.

      Frogging eh?

  • Cool stuff David. I think maybe we could call it social journalism :).

    • David Siteman Garland

      I like it, hah!

  • I started blogging on behalf of my business last month and I LOVE it !

    http://innerframe.wordpress.com/

    • David Siteman Garland

      Very cool, Chris. Welcome to the blogging world šŸ™‚

  • Anonymous

    It’s a good question David. Quite often in the organisation where I work I will deliberately not use the word blog when either trying to get someone to start a Blog, or when trying to get others to follow the content and/or participate. I have not yet come up with an alternative name, but quite often I’ll just use the word website.

    • David Siteman Garland

      Frank – Me too. Social and interactive website. Long…but sort of conveys it šŸ™‚

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the props, David! Love your thoughts on what makes a successful “blog.” It’s a great way to share what you are passionate about (in our case, all things PARENTING!) and like you are doing with The Rise to the Top, your passion for your niche attracts others who are also passionate about the same things.

    This is one of the reasons that MyMommyManual.com is so important ā€” it provides moms/parents with the opportunity to connect with EACH OTHER, to be part of a community of like-minded parents.

    Quite honored that you mentioned us, of course. Keep on being inspiring, David!

    p.s. And I agree with you and other SM pundits about the label. Interesting how those new to social media perceive “blog” to be progressive while those that have been in the space awhile cringe a bit at the term.

    • David Siteman Garland

      My pleasure Ria. You guys rock to say the least. And the passion shines through.

      Exactly my point on the term. It is sort of in that in between phase of the old guard not loving it and new folks still embracing it.

  • I agree – we often find resistance in clients who heard about “blogging” based on basement hiding nerds and bad teenage poetry. The term alone is awkward. Corporate execs and small biz owners need to learn that it has been embraced by mainstream media and is a welcomed way to communicate with your clients and colleagues. But should NOT be a collection of press releases!

    • David Siteman Garland

      Very well said!! Both extremes cause problems.

 

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