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Can Medium eclipse it’s larger cousins? #contentseries 8.23 1pET

August 22, 2017 by

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Can Medium play on a global scale? Let's discuss.

Face Off: WordPress vs. Medium (next on the #smchat #contentseries)

June 27, 2017 by

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With Medium offering writers an alternative place to post their work, some wonder about the future of blog sites like WordPress. I just posted on Medium about this. It’s our #smchat #contentseries background frame for WEDS 6/28 at 1pm ET. Read the detailed analysis here: Face Off: WordPress vs. Medium Content developers may have a bias for […]

Connection: Tools for the Content Developer’s Network

April 25, 2017 by

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We’re a couple months into the Content Tools series, and we’ve come to solutions to advance social networking. My background frame on Medium introduces 6 tools that can help us: Twitter, Medium, Facebook, Linked-in, Basecamp and Slack note (before you ask): I’m saving Instagram and WordPress for future comparisons and then reviews how they stack […]

Medium has a Paywall: Is there Value? and Who Makes the Next Move?

March 29, 2017 by

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Most things on the internet are free nowadays. Information. Photos and Music (albiet with strings attached). Deals on airfare. Customers. But what happens to our perception of value when we stop paying for things? At a minimum, our expectations change. We get used to getting something for nothing. In the case of social media, seems […]

Tools of the Trade. Join #smchat #contentseries as we launch our 2017 series on tools.

January 24, 2017 by

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Tools for writing? If you want, start with paper and a pen. Can’t go wrong. The solution’s been in vogue for centuries. But times have changed. Look in the mirror. A tired lot, aren’t we? Writers today are busy. We’re slicing time in ever thinner slices. We need platforms and tools that let us move […]