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The 4 Best Presentations About Blogging

April 13th, 2011 · No Comments

Below is a highly subjective collection of what I believe are the best Slideshare presentations on blogging for businesses. You could disagree, and if you do please put that in the comments.  But for my money I found these to be the best, succinct, well reasoned and mutually supportive.

How and why did I find these presentations do you ask? I’m preparing my last class on business blogging and decided to find some help with my presentation on Slideshare.  I often use Slideshare as a great source for info, and I also share many of my presentations there as well.  If you’ve never used it, you’re in for a big surprise!

Here are the best presentations on blogging IMHO:

Up first is a presentation based on the work of one the best loved artists in social media and most insightful people I’ve ever had the good fortune to meet- Hugh Macleod author of the Gaping Void cartoons and much much more.

The next one examines the 25 ways in which you can blog and gives you an idea of how easy or hard they are to do (this post is #14 on the list.) Prepared by my friend Rohit Bhargava it’s a great source for new ideas for your blog.

And this is from the very well known Jay Baer a fabulous blogger who really knows what he’s talking about. (Except I think he does a little too much selling of himself in this presentation. Let your work speak for you Jay, it speaks well of you.)

And finally this post from someone I’ve never heard about before has a great breakdown of basic blogging ideas that you should understand and how they effect your readership. But I’ll be looking for more stuff from the team at Compendium, thanks for a great presentation!

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