Atlanta Tech Blogs is for sale. “Busy is the new stupid“, so I have taken the beginning of this new year to take a solid inventory of everything I do on a daily and weekly basis. Here’s a short list not including family time, by which I mean … Keep reading >>>
Atlanta Tech Blogs has just reached a fun vanity metric: 20,000 organic twitter followers. Yay. Lots of digital marketing lessons have been learned over the past 3 years about how to gain a solid social media following without spending any money (hint: content, content, and more content). But … Keep reading >>>
Every week, Atlanta Tech Blogs promotes hundreds of new blog posts – YOUR blog posts – to our audience of over 14,000 unique, opt-in individuals. Every week we will show you who really made waves with their posts. Since this issue is our very first “Top 10 Report”, we’ll start … Keep reading >>>
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A month ago yesterday, we added a simple functionality to Atlanta Tech Blogs that allows anyone to submit content to be posted and shared via Atlanta Tech Blogs’ growing web, social, and email audiences. During that time, 52 items were shared. We did not publish any user submitted posts (USPs) … Keep reading >>>
Tonight marked the third time in the last few days that “simple as a competitive advantage” came to the forefront of my day. First, Kyle Van Pelt wrote about a great restaurant that serves its fantastic food on paper plates. Then today, I attended a church committee meeting on … Keep reading >>>