I am proud to announce yet another new columnist at the Blog Herald, Lance Weiler! Lance will be joining our family as a biweekly columnist focusing on all things digital media, particularly how it relates to social media, blogging, and social networks. So, where does Lance get the chops to write about this kind of stuff?
And, just in time for Christmas, the Blog Herald is very proud to announce another writer joining our team- one of the biggest bloggers out there, Amit Agarwal.
At his blog, Amit serves up piping hot productivity tips every day on a smorgasbord of topics, ranging from “Dealing With Plagiarism Online”, to “Google Alerts — An Advanced Tutorial”, to “How to Add Language Translation Flags To Your Site”. [Read more…]
The Blog Herald has changed ownership a couple of times, and with each change of hands, a new set of editors, columnists and contributors comes in. You can therefore expect the list of authors to be quite long–in fact, it was becoming longer than any item on the blog’s footer. We therefore decided to trim down the list to the current set of contributors. This includes new ones, those who stayed on from the previous batch, as well as previous editors Matt and Duncan.
I am proud to announce yet another blogger to our roster. We have brought on Ed Lee to discuss the ins and outs of blogging as how it has affected the public relations industry (hint: it has, and in a large way). Ed brings his experience as a three year veteran of the public relations industry, working on campaigns in three countries (U.K., U.S.A. and Canada) for a plethora of corporate, technology and consumer clients. He is currently a senior consultant for Internet Communications at iStudio, one of Canada’€™s leading on-line communications consultancies. [Read more…]
Andy has been blogging for nearly 3 years and started blogging professionally full-time in July of 2006. He writes for several of Shiny Media‘s blogs, including Tech Digest and HDTVUK, as well as his own blogs. Andy also runs the Blue Fish Network group of independent web sites. His main areas of interest and expertise are technology, Internet trends, music, relationships, and blogging, particularly with a UK focus. Before becoming a full-time blogger, he had a number of IT jobs in both the charity and commercial sector. [Read more…]