Since my computer crashed, I have yet to recover quite a few “summaries” of Seth Godin’s blog posts. Some of them can be found here.
The Bottom Line(s) from Seth Godin
I’ve started a new set of “summaries” (so to speak) of Seth Godin blog posts.
I find them educational and inspirational. Occasionally, I’ll add a comment or two.
This is Marketing
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
APRIL STORY: There Be Dragons by Jane Burfield
SHORT STORY: Double Trouble by M.E. Proctor
Sardines — a great story starting and ending w/ the same sentence
Interview with Author Albert Waitt
And this is publishing.
Bristol Noir – Curiously Dark Fiction
And this is blogging.
Mesdames of Mayhem – A meeting place for deadly minds
Jacqueline Seewald – award winning author
And this crowdsourcing.
And here’s something all writers will need to know.
Copyright Registration Guidance: Works Containing Material Generated by Artificial Intelligence
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?
PPS: And is this blogging, publishing, marketing or what? But, clearly this is publishing, right? 🙂
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?
Let’s Get Rid of Star Ratings
Hi. Today I wanna talk about this article just a little bit. “Moving Beyond the Stars. Stars put restaurants in an unfortunate box. Restaurants merit more than a symbol. Stars are now history.” Well, that’s interesting. I’ve always thought that the star rating system is a little bit unfair on Amazon, as well.