Splogs’ Roil Web, and Some Blame Google

By DAVID KESMODEL THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ONLINE October 19, 2005; Page B1 Dave’s Comments (Digital Marketing Tutorial Blog): Guess I haven’t been at blogging long enough. Just saw this article about “splogging” in the Wall Street Journal (free section) and thought I’d share it with other blogging “newbies” like me. “Spam, long the scourge … Read more

Google Blog Search Has Officially Launched

Dave’s Comments (Digital Marketing Tutorial Blog): Here’s what Google has to say about their newest blog-related feature (from the Google Blog Search FAQ). “Blog Search is Google search technology focused on blogs. Google is a strong believer in the self-publishing phenomenon represented by blogging, and we hope Blog Search will help our users to explore … Read more

State of the Blogosphere, August 2005, Part 1: Blog Growth

By Dave Sifry Technorati Dave’s Comments (Digital Marketing Tutorial Blog): The number of blogs in the “Blogosphere” is DOUBLING every 5.5 MONTHS! A source of Customers, Prospects and information that Web Marketers can NOT afford to ignore! “Well, it is that time again! It has been almost 6 months since the last State of the … Read more

Blogging for Dollars

by Stephen Spencer Catalog Age Dave’s Comments (Digital Marketing Tutorial Blog): A really good blogging overview article, especially for businesses wondering if they should start a business blog with a good listing of the services you’ll need to get it up and running. “WHY ARE PEOPLE READING BLOGS? A new blog is created every 5.8 … Read more

To Blog or not to Blog?

by Dave Ingalls Digital Marketing Tutorial Blog March 5, 2005 One of the hottest Internet Marketing topics these days involves the use of “Blogs” on business Web sites as a traditional “What’s New” page combined with a conversational “How ya do’in?” look and feel, and also incorporating recent FAQ info. It can also incorporate feedback … Read more