Appearance on the Mediasphere: Blogging Network, Advertising Networks and the Economy
I had an opportunity to appear on the Mediasphere show with Jim Turner. I shared my thoughts on the future of online advertising and advertising networks, a topic that came up again this past weekend with the announcement that Pajamas Media, a conservative political blog and advertising, was closing their ad network. Take a listen.
BlogHer Comes to DC, Technosailor.com represents 33% of Male Population
BlogHer, the female-focused blogging organization and ad-network, touched down in Suburban Maryland yesterday for the Washington, D.C. edition of the BlogHer Reach Out tour. I had a chance to attend and apparently now have the label of a BlogHim (whatever that means). It was my first event and, as with most guys that go to […]
Apples and Oranges, the Rise and Fall of Women Bloggers
I have sat on this post for the past few days because the last thing I want is this post to offend. I’ve tossed around the best way to approach it constructively and in an encouraging way. I’d like to consider myself a “friendly” for women bloggers, so with that context, I hope it is […]
Michelle Obama Writing For BlogHer
Seems appropriate that this week is taking the shape of BlogHer week, since the gathering of women bloggers descends on San Francisco in 3… 2… 1…. NOW. The big news this morning, of course, a day before the BlogHer conference kicks off, is that Michelle Obama has contributed her first article to the BlogHer.com. Entitled, […]
BlogHer: Women on the Move (And With Money)
There’s a wrinkle in the space-time continuum, in case you hadn’t noticed. It’s a very powerful horde (plethora, group, pack?) of women who are average bloggers like most of us, who are suddenly very present in the social media space. To be fair, they’ve been here but many people simply didn’t realize quite how influential […]
Erin Kotecki-Vest Interviews Barack Obama
My good friend Erin Kotecki-Vest had the opportunity to interview Democratic Presidential hopeful, Barack Obama, on behalf of BlogHer. Very proud of her.