After some issues with purchasing a new dedicated server on our data center which caused the delay, we’ve finally moved the entire Blog Herald to its own [Read more…]
We’re proud to introduce yet another talented contributor into our pool of writers here at the Blog Herald. Please join me in welcoming Dan Karleen.
Dan Karleen is into online product management, developing new media products for Peterson’s, while he has been blogging for them for two years as editor of Syndication for Higher Ed– on topics at the intersection of higher education, new media, and marketing. [Read more…]
In the spirit of the New Year, we’d like to thank everyone who participated in our gift giving contest and despite the dozens of entries we had to sift thru, we were forced to break a tie between two really promising blogs that we felt showed the essence of what sharing and giving is all about.
So, the winner of the $200 New Year’s gift is … [Read more…]
There is no doubt that politicians around the world are getting wise to the benefits of using new media and in 2007 we’re likely to see this phenomenon truly take center stage. Just recently, John Edwards announced his presidential candidacy on YouTube and many of his US counterparts are quickly trying to harness their own online campaigns in a variety of ways.
We’ve had a great response to our post announcing our seasonal gift of $200 and a year’s link from the Blog Herald- to a deserving blog.
Last chance to enter or propose a blog is tonight, midnight– Pacific Standard Time.
The winner will be announced on January 2nd, after we have researched all the entries tomorrow and cast our respective votes.
Here is wishing all who have entered the best of luck, and to everyone- a very Happy New Year and Prosperous 2007!!
The growing discussion on the blogosphere whether Google has already crossed the line of self-promoting its own products and services started out at Blake Ross’ entry on “Tip: Trust is hard to gain, easy to lose“.