Make Your Mark Blog . . .
When I aired my first show on Blog Talk Radio back onMarch 26th, 2009
I would have never imagined that I would one day pass the 650 episode
mark, let alone be selected as one of the Network's Top 300 hosts.
With 15,000 hosts airing a mind boggling number of shows every day,
it is to say the least both an honor and a somewhat humbling experience.
a great deal of the credit goes to my listeners who over the years have
faithfully tuned in to my shows as well as those shows that also run
under the PI Window on the World Banner including the
Even though I have published more than 2,500 articles and blog posts
over the years, as well as authored three books under my own name, I
have derived the greatest level of personal satisfaction from the
writing I have done for others.
So when I was recently asked what
are the most important attributes of a successful ghostwriter, the
enjoyment in helping people to tell their story immediately came to
In this context being a ghostwriter makes you the ultimate
communicator in that you become the contextual bridge between the
inspirational visions and ideas of an individual and the audience they
are trying to reach.
If you haven’t heard of the case of the writer who was sued by his
former employer over the ownership of the company’s Twitter account
followers, then you are in for an eye opening read.
If you have been following the case betweenNoah Kravitz and PhoneDog
, read on anyway because this might provide a take on the situation that has not previously been presented.
though the case has now been settled, the fact that it went as far as
it did should raise a few red flags. Especially taking into account the
pre-existing agreement which stipulated who would retain the Twitter
account in the event that Kravitz left the company.
We are all familiar with the three R's associated with learning
(Reading, wRiting, and aRithmetic), but do you know about the three Cs
of social media success?
In a world of increasing noise levels
where it is becoming difficult to establish a distinguishable presence
and brand, the three Cs are the foundation upon which to build a
meaningful rapport within the virtual realms of the Internet.
So what are the three Cs?
Content: You have something meaningful to share with the world