Future of Blogging

The Future of Blogging Is Dynamic and Filled With AI – But It Will Be Hard Work

I recently spoke on a panel, invited by Bernie J Mitchell, about the future of blogging, with marvelous co-panelists Katie King and Lucy Hall, and moderated by Andy Bargery.  The questions and flow of the conversation led to several key conclusions. First, blogging is far dead, although there is plenty of blogger fatigue. Secondly, it's absolutely vital to be strategic…

erik bernstein crisis management

How Best to Handle A Crisis – Erik Bernstein Talks Crisis Management (MDE194)

Minter Dialogue with Erik Bernstein This interview is with Erik Bernstein, Vice President at Bernstein Crisis Management. Working alongside his father, the renowned Jonathan Bernstein, the publisher of Crisis Manager and author of Keeping the Wolves at Bay, Erik has has been working on crisis management since 2009 through the massive changes brought about by…

Interview of Jennifer Preston Social Media Editor at NYT

This interview with Jennifer Preston, Social Media Editor at the New York Times, was conducted by my good friend, Olivier Cimelière, who translated and posted it on his fabulous blog Le Blog du Communicant 2.0.  You can find the French version article here: “Journalistes osez les reseaux sociaux.”  I benefited from the V.O. version and…

MDE#15: Barbara Mallinson, CEO and Founder of OBAMI, a robust social network designed specifically for schools

Barbara Mallinson founded OBAMI, a social network and eLearning platform specifically designed for schools. Barbara is on a mission to bring the best eTools and social networking to teachers and learners.  OBAMI enables the teachers to distribute resources, to allow the learners and teachers to comment and discuss the resources, as well as to provide assessments…

The return of the Blog: My favorite bloggers on digital media marketing

One of the key skills for tomorrow, at least in the business space, will be the ability to curate (i.e. filter and organize) the information. This means, in fact, knowing how to identify the good sources (find them), then to organize how you read, digest and absorb the inflow. From inbox management to knowledge sharing, information curation is one of the biggest challenges for managers today. The new Facebook messages service might also help in this regard. Herewith a curated choice of blogs to get started with…