LOTD 7/9/07

  • David Armano is promoting The Age of Conversation, a new book that features contributions from himself and a number of other online marketing folk. (CT)
  • Nick Gonzalez at TechCrunch is reviewing all the different advertising solutions being explored by YouTube and bunch of the other online video sites. (CT)
  • Andy Sernovitz wants us all to stop debating why our blog traffic might be dropping and go outside and get some fresh air. (CT)
  • Charles Bermant at the Seattle Times looks at how YouTube links have changed the way we communicate with each other, especially when it comes to links that are e-mailed to us and the ones we send to others. (CT)
  • The artistic process, like most other processes, has been changed by the advent of blogging and the transparency it provides. Painters and others are using blogs to share how they create their works and connect with their own constituencies, just like everyone else should ideally be doing. (CT)

By Chris Thilk

Chris Thilk is a freelance writer and content strategist with over 15 years of experience in online strategy and content marketing. He lives in the Chicago suburbs.