There are a bunch of good books on the market right now dealing with the social media and “new media” marketing, but most of them pretty much say the same thing.
A few days ago I reviewed a documentary titled King Corn, which was an investigative report on the secret side of corn farming in the United States. This post is a follow-up to the last, sparked by my curiosity to understand how a simple crop such as corn could be exploited by large corporations to… [Read More]
You may or may not have heard that in order to “make it big” in blogging, you must define yourself in one particular niche. That is, your content should be focused on one major category or variety of sub-categories that more or less all relate to a single topic of interest.
Want to see a great film about the origin of a major part of our food supply? Check out King Corn. This documentary begins with a simple proposition: let’s follow the yield from one acre of corn from the farm to our stomach.
If by now you still haven’t heard about this little gem of a book by Gary Vaynerchuk, you’re probably either living under a rock or your idea of a perfect social networking website starts with a my and ends with a space. For the rest of us who are even remotely interested in Web 2.0… [Read More]