3 years ago

The Blog is Dead! Long Live the Blog!

Don't blog!

Don’t blog.

248 million blogs not to mention 271 million active Twitter accounts tweeting half a billion times a day. If you’re thinking about starting a blog, those numbers seem insurmountable, the competition unbeatable. Is there even anyone who is going to be interested in what you have to say? So, I’ll agree with blogging expert Rick Tuttle (@ricktuttle), when he says “Don’t blog, just put a webpage up with a phone number and a picture of yourself. And that’s it.

For heavens sake Do blog!

Don’t blog. Blogging is so Web 2.0! Or is it? Spend 4½ minutes with an expert on blogging and see for yourself …

Check out more about blogging on Strictly Business, the blog of the American Society of Media photographers: The Blog is Dead! Long Live the Blog!. Oh, and the links to all the blog posts shown in the video, are just below the fold (in case something struck you fancy).


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