What would a typical small business blog look like? Karen Cortell Reisman talks with Jim Blasingame about the strategy and execution of a blog for the typical Main Street small business.
Just exactly, what is a blog, anyway? Karen Cortell Reisman and Jim Blasingame discuss where the term "blog" came from, how they work and what the value is for a small business.
Reporting on the evolution and revolution of eBooks, Mark Coker joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how eBooks work, how they're presented in multiple formats, including for smart phones, and how they have become part of the way information is acquired and consumed.
What is the impact of eBooks on the future of publishing? Mark Coker joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how technology, the Internet and other innovations have created electronic publishing, including eBooks, and how all of this is impacting the traditional publishing industry.
All small business owners need to become better writers, according to Jeff Zbar and Jim Blasingame, as they discuss why with things like local search, posting strategic words online is one of the new keys to success.
Technology and consumer behavior has changed the publishing industry forever, according to Dan Poynter, who joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the new ways we're defining what a book looks like and what authors should do to publish and sell their written words.
How have books fared as a component of free speech? Ken Davis joins Jim Blasingame during Banned Book Week, to review the history of banned books and the future of free speech in print.
Reporting on the 9-11-09 Kiplinger Letter, Joan Pryde and Jim Blasingame talk about the future impact of China, leading economic indicators, age discrimination laws, energy news and other issues.
What's the future of the publishing industry? Dan Poynter talks with Jim Blasingame about why the traditional publishing industry - including books and print media - is in trouble. He also explains alternative ways to get your ideas published, distributed and sold.
Do you have a book inside of you, but you don't know what to do with it? Jeff Dobkin and Jim Blasingame discuss their experiences as publishers of their own books, including new technologies that have changed the publishing industry.
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