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Today’s Guest: Charlie White and John Biggs, co-authors of Blogging Boot Camp: Learning How to Build, Write, and Run a Successful Blog, about the magic of blogging.
Watch this exclusive Mr. Media interview with Charlie White and John Biggs, co-authors of Blogging Boot Camp, about the magic of blogging, by clicking on the video player above!
Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience that likes to argue about things such as whether it?s better to use for bold type or for really bold? in the NEW new media capital of the world? St. Petersburg, Florida!
When people wrote in their private journals as recently as a generation ago, we were all spared a lot of thoughts, opinions and arguments by people we didn?t know, didn?t want to know, and preferred not to know even existed.
But with the advent of the World Wide Web, in its quest to open our minds to every scrap of knowledge and thought that exists now or has ever existed in the past, blogging opened the doors to a ton o? crap.
You can LISTEN to this interview with CHARLIE WHITE and JOHN BIGGS, co-authors of BLOGGERS BOOT CAMP, by clicking the audio player above!
So before we get to today?s interview with a pair of guys who can teach you all about blogging, a word of caution: please don?t waste the precious gift of words by gifting the world with another blog of nothing or, even worse, hyperbole. Choose the words in your blog carefully and sparingly and we?ll all be better for it.
That off my chest, my magic of blogging guests today, Charlie White and John Biggs, are successful, accomplished online journalists whose respective credentials include Mashable, TechCrunch, and Gizmodo. They just published the second edition of their web manual, Blogging Boot Camp: Learning How to Build, Write, and Run a Successful Blog.
It is packed with step-by-step instructions for creating a smart blog with the potential to make you better known in your chosen field, whether it?s silk flower arrangements, political discourse, or wristwatch news. And you might even squeeze out a few extra bucks on the side.