Archive for January, 2007

Queso Compuesto TV Launches

Tuesday, January 30th, 2007

My good buddy Giovanni Gallucci just launched his new video podcast dubbed Queso Compuesto TV. Gio posted his first show this week which features a bunch of interviews from industry leaders at the recent Search Engine Watch LIVE in Dallas, TX. Gio has been producing the Queso Compuesto audio podcast for a while. It’s great […]

ROI Radio: Matt Blumberg, Return Path

Monday, January 29th, 2007

This weeks ROI Radio is posted. I actually posted it last night. I decided to start posting them on Sunday nights so the shows are available first thing Monday morning. This week features a conversation with Matt Blumberg, President & CEO of Return Path. Matt and I have a good conversation around Return […]

Taking the Plunge: A Perspective On Entrepreneurship

Sunday, January 28th, 2007

So you have made up your mind on becoming an entrepreneur - your going for it. You have your idea, your concept and you are ready to give it your all to try and make it work for you. I know this feeling and I know it well. For the purpose of the post, lets […]

ROI Radio: Giovanni Gallucci, Kinetic Results

Monday, January 22nd, 2007

I just posted this weeks ROI Radio which features a 51 minute conversation with Giovanni Gallucci, the President and COO of Kinetic Results. Check out the podcast, as Gio and I have an interesting discussion around social media, what it means for business, how organizations can use it effectively and ineffectively. We also dig […]

Thoughts On Apple In The Big Apple

Saturday, January 20th, 2007

Well, it finally happened. Last weekend I went out to the local Apple store in Towson, MD and bought myself a MacBook Pro. Until last Sunday, I never really ever drove a Mac before, ever. I have been a PC / Windows person my entire computing life, so needless to say, this is a […]

ROI Radio Podcast: Craig Danuloff, Commerce 360

Monday, January 15th, 2007

ROI Radio is up and rolling in 2007, as the first episode went live this morning. To kick off the year I have Craig Danuloff, President of Commerce 360 join me in a conversation around the issues companies face as they decide between handling their online marketing strategy and execution in house or out […]

Podcast Academy V - Duke University

Tuesday, January 9th, 2007

Podcast Academy V was announced this past weekend by Gigavox Media and Duke University. The event will be held on the campus of Duke on February 13-15. I am honored to have been invited back to speak once again, along with a great crew including Tim Bourquin, Kris Smith, Michael Geoghegan and Noah Bonnett. […]

2007 Conference Outlook: Thanks Frank!

Monday, January 8th, 2007

Frank Gruber has assembled a list of some of the top conferences of 2007. As you can see by this list, there is no shortage of good events to attend this year. The challenge is of course choosing which ones to go to! This year I am going to try to hit some new […]

Hosted vs. Installed Solutions

Sunday, January 7th, 2007

I enjoy reading Dharmesh Shah’s incredible blog OnStartups. One of his recent posts, “Startups: Should You Offer a Hosted and Non-Hosted Version?,” got me thinking more about this subject.

Dharmesh’s opinion on this is that ideally startups should not offer two different types of their product, and to focus on a hosted solution. I couldn’t […]

Top Retail Email Subject Lines of 2006

Wednesday, January 3rd, 2007

Chad White writes a really good blog called “RetailEmail.Blogspot”, where he focuses on tracking the email marketing for the largest e-tailers. Living and breathing email marketing on a daily basis, I truly appreciate the time, energy and insight he offers to our industry. Chad is also the retail partner for the Email Experience Council. Today, […]