Top 7 Unliked Facts About Blogging

On May 11, 2012, in Blogging, by Zaid Rasid

Nobody likes to listen to the harsh realities of anything that they do. When it comes to blogging especially, this is the case because more than half the world is blogging today. However, facts have to be faced, however bitter they may be.

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Blogging is 20 percent writing, 80 percent editing

On April 19, 2012, in Blogging, by Zaid Rasid

Whenever I hear someone say ‘print is dead’ it makes me cringe a little. I’ve been writing my blog for almost five years, so I would like to think that I have had some practice at writing. But when I look at an article, in a newspaper, written by a professional journalist, I come to realize that my writing skills aren’t nearly as good as theirs.

 

Dollar Shave Club Serves up a Clean Shave

On March 7, 2012, in Social Media, by Zaid Rasid

Every now and then a campaign will hit the internet and spread like wild fire. We can think of the term viral and wonder what it takes to create a piece of content that can spread so easily. A guy by the name of Michael Dubin out of California managed to figure out, intentionally or not, the perfect way to capture a huge demographic’s attention. And his campaign has me excited. Take a look at his promo video before I talk to you about all of the amazing things he did right:

 

Great 5 Step – Facebook Marketing Strategy

On March 1, 2012, in Facebook, by Zaid Rasid

Facebook has emerged as a viable marketing platform for those serious bloggers who wish to share their ideas and vision with global audience. Effective channelization of the marketing strategy is sure to bring increased returns to the business and social media sites have emerged as a viable tool to accomplish this endeavor.

 

Companies that get it

On February 27, 2012, in Uncategorized, by Zaid Rasid

I’m writing a draft post on a particular company that really understands Social Media and online. They are an innovative company and I’ll share with you the reasons I believe they will be really successfull. But before I do, I want to throw it out to you. Which companies do you think are really good [...]

 

What a Sopa-opera

On January 29, 2012, in SEO, Social Media, by Zaid Rasid

On May 1, 2011 I wrote an article called Is the Government Trying to Shut Down the Internet. The intent of the post was to generate curiosity and suggest the rare possibility that full government control of the internet is not far away and will affect many of us who live in the west.

 

Think My Think Guest post

On January 25, 2012, in Branding, by Zaid Rasid

I wrote a guest post on the popular blog Think My Think on ways to increase your online brand. A topic that I am passionate about. You can find it here: http://www.thinkmythink.com/7-ways-to-create-a-personal-online-brand/

 

Happy New Year

On January 5, 2012, in Blogging, by Zaid Rasid

I wanted to wish all my readers a Happy New Year. i hope that 2012 is a great year for you. As the online world continues to evolve, I’ll continue to observe and discuss. I hope you join me. Zaid

 
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Occupy Twitter

On November 9, 2011, in New Media, Twitter, by Zaid Rasid

I wrote a post earlier on my blog about the rare possibility that the government could shut down the internet. In the nature of that statement, I have understood that it might seem absurd to even contemplate such a thing happening, over here, in the free west. But that post was spurred on by the movement that was happening in Tiran and Lybia.

 

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