Blog Posts about Web Design & Development
The Que team is setting-up shop at BlogWorld & New Media Expo this week. Here's what you need to know about the event, speakers, sessions and how you can win an iPad (even if you're following along from home):
March Trivia #2: Use Social Media Strategically (Win a copy of No Bullshit Social Media by Jason Falls and Erik Deckers)
March Trivia #1: Harness the Power of iOS 5 (Win a copy of iPad and iPhone Tips and Tricks by Jason R. Rich)
Facebook is a marketing tool unlike any the world has seen before because positivity is part of its DNA.
Google+ recently hit 100 million members and has social media enthusiasts and analysts buzzing. Why? Linked to the number 1 and number 2 search engines in the world (Google and YouTube), Google+ is incredibly powerful.
"They're already saying bad things about you," I said. "Whether you're on it or not, people are complaining about you, and they're telling as many of their friends as they can."
The rest of the conversation went as expected. Reason after reason. Excuse after excuse. We're not on social media because. . . we don't do social media because we. . . it's only for young people. . .
On December 15, 2010 Quepublishing.com and InformIT.com rolled out a new commenting feature that is powered by the DISQUS commenting engine and appears for all podcasts, articles and blogs. We're excited about the ease of use and powerful new features and in this post I'll talk about the new features and how we'll use it to drive more community feedback on our sites.
Gathering a group of talented minds for your next Meetup, PodCamp, conference or guru summit? Borrow a page from the St. Louis Day of .NET organizers and host a charity book drive. The surrounding community (and your tired, dusty bookshelves) will thank you.
One of the most important jobs we have as a publicity department is to give our customers a good idea of how valuable a book will be – and the best way to do that is to get the book out there and have you review it.