Blogging and Beyond Podcast

I’ll be one of the guest experts in Blogging and Beyond: Episode 8that is taking place March 1, 2007, 8:00 a.m. PT (11 a.m. ET).

This live show is lead by the Blogging and Beyond with The Blog Squad, Patsi Krakoff, Psy. D., and Denise Wakeman. We’ll be covering how to “Market Your Business with Articles” with a focus on where the blogging world intersects with the article writing & marketing worlds.

To listen in, just click on the above blogging & beyond link and look in the right navigation of their site to listen to the live streaming show. You can post questions for the show on either their blog entry thread or you can ask me your article blogging questions in this thread (and I’ll share your questions with Patsi & Denise).

Denise and Patsi also coached their ideal client, Erik Feder:

We talked about the RESOURCE BOX during the interview and this article is worth a quick review: Article Marketing 101: The Perfect Author Resource Box


Lance Winslow writes:

The rising popularity of blogs on the Internet is quite clear and it seems to be something that the people really like. It is also a good measurement of what society is thinking at a particular period of time. Are blogs the future of written human culture; they very well may be.

I wish to go on the record in stating that Blogs will indeed paint a picture of what the society was like in this decade. So be careful what you write, how you act and what you say.

If Blogs do not tell of what our society is, How will the Present Period be Recorded in History?

I am certain that the information on our Blogs will tell a story and that story will go down in history as much or more than the headlines, names or events of our day. Because Blogs are all that and more, they tell our story. This is why I believe that Blogging does matter.

If so perhaps then we owe it to ourselves to make our Blogs accurately correct as we discuss the future and do it with the written word on the Internet and videos and art and pictures, even audio.

If someone tries to tell you that what you are writing on your Blog does not matter or is irrelevant then you should be skeptical of their motives. Do not allow that to stop you. Let’s here what you have to say; what everyone has to say and let’s take that information to make history today.

Comment provided February 28, 2007 at 4:58 AM


Jeff Herring writes:

I’ve had Patsi and Denise on some of my teleseminars and I have been on some of theirs.

These too know what they are doing, and the combination of The Blog Squad and Our Fearless Leader is not to be missed!


Comment provided March 1, 2007 at 7:54 AM


Sally writes:

I loved the article on the perfect bio box, thanks for that, sally :)

Comment provided March 3, 2007 at 6:47 PM


Allen Taylor writes:

Chris, I finally got around to listening to the interview. Great job!

I like your idea about longer headlines. It seems that my articles with long headlines get more attention than the ones with shorter headlines so that makes sense. And the point about having 100 or more articles published before you see any real results was well taken as well. I didn’t realize when I started that it would take that long – or I’d have come out of the gate much faster.

A word to new start ups: In the beginning you’ll have fewer customers, less money and more time for marketing. Syndicate as many articles as you can early on because as you grow it will become more of a challenge.

Comment provided March 3, 2007 at 9:18 PM



UPDATED March 2nd 2007:

Dr. Patsi posted her notes from the interview:

Comment provided March 4, 2007 at 12:31 PM


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