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Social Media Dads

Guest Post by Social Media Dad, Matt McGee from the Matt McGee Blog

10 Comments 28 April 2008

This guest post comes from Matt McGee. Matt is the author of the Matt McGee blog and founder of @U2, the the oldest independent site for U2 fans on the web. He is the fifth in my series featuring the Top Social Media Dads. “Social Media Dad … Raising a Social Media Son?” My son [...]

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Guest Post by Social Media Dad, Darren Rowse from ProBlogger

Social Media Dads, Social Media Moms

Guest Post by Social Media Dad, Darren Rowse from ProBlogger

34 Comments 23 April 2008

This guest post comes from Darren Rowse. Darren is the blogger behind ProBlogger and a co-author of the soon to be released ProBlogger Book - a book about how bloggers can improve their blogs and make a living from the medium. Darren is the fourth in my series featuring the Top Social Media Dads. 4 [...]

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Social Media Moms

Using Your Blog To Sell Your Business

1 Comment 20 February 2008

I met Sharyn back in October. She had just signed up for Blogger Bootcamp and we met at the St. Louis Bread Company to discuss the basics in blogging, creating content and community building. You see, Sharyn is a work at home mom, running her own business and raising two kids. She owns FeeFiFoto, an [...]

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Awards

I Am A Social Media Ninja!

2 Comments 04 January 2008

Isn’t it funny how many social media sites include voting elements of some kind like Sphinns, Diggs and my favorite, the Thumbs Up? Now, I am asking all of you to vote again, except this time, it is not on a social media site it is for the Social Media Ninja Award over at Collective [...]

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Social Media Moms

Social Media Corruption

6 Comments 17 December 2007

Once upon a time, someone decided that it would be fun to journal about their life on-line, hence blogs were formed. Once folks caught on to blogging, the next item on the list was to figure out a way to make money while blogging, hence the Pay Per Post. As it turns out, social media [...]

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Time Management

Social Media: A Balancing Act

2 Comments 12 December 2007

As a mom, working at home, it is often a challenge to budget my time between, marriage, house, work and kids. I know other work-at-home moms have the same struggles and what makes it even harder is when you love your job and simply don’t want to stop Digging or Stumbling to take care of [...]

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