Okay, then. Let’s see what Seth Godin had to say in these blog posts. The bottom lines that is. 🙂
A brief series of marketing and publishing lessons.
There will be a quiz at the end. (
Spoiler alert Hint: There are no wrong answers.)
This is marketing
And this is publishing.
And this is blogging.
And this crowdsourcing.
And here’s something all writers will need to know.
It’s what you might call a “long read.” They’re supposed to be popular, right? Or was that last week?
PLUS, the 12 best ways to promote affiliate links. Not that there are any in this particular post.
- What’s the difference between publishing and blogging?
- What’s the difference between publishing and crowdsourcing?
- What’s the difference between marketing and blogging?
- What’s the difference between crowdsourcing and marketing?
- Which one of the websites linked above could I reprint entirely without violating copyright law?
PS: I lied. There is only one correct answer to #5.
Also, if you answer #5, can you tell me why you reached the conclusion you did?
PPPS: I wrote this in the hope of winning an award for most
sarcastic Socratic blogger ever! 🙂
PPPPS: And you are Number Six! 🙂 And what exception to copyright infringement does this video fall under?
Hi I’m going to review this book Crowdfunding, no Crowdsourcing. Sorry, I always, yeah, Crowdsourcing for Filmmakers by Richard Botto. RB. Yeah, this is a really, I would show you the cover, but it doesn’t … it’s nice, you can see the hands. That’s nice. Right?
Anyway, be that as it may, this is a great book. This is a really great book. Everybody who does business on the internet should read it. <laugh> Period, The end. That’s my review. I mean, seriously, five stars and well done.
This is actually the closest thing I have to a holiday/end-of-the-year message for you all.
I don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions, unless you happen to want to change when a new year comes. So change, already. Right? 🙂
Hi. Well, I was going to read you more out of my journals, but I seem to have misplaced them in the mess in my office. So I’m just going to tell you what happened in 2011, I think it was end of 2011.
I started to notice things that Amazon was doing that really disturbed me in the sense that Bezos was buying up all these companies.