Truly an outstanding weekend! Thanks again to Brain Gardner and Lisa Sabin-Wilson for organizing an outstanding event event! Other than venue issues with Wifi access, it went as smooth as glass. It was also nice to meet Matt Mullenweg and Jim Turner in person for the first time. Having all of my great friend from […]
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Robert Scoble is always advocating this practice… The effectiveness hits home when you see it happen to someone you know who is less famous (but no less remarkable)… Congrats, Dan! See you soon.
Anil Dash has put up quite an intriguing post arguing the case. Matt Mullenweg are you listening? I’m gonna add a few more reasons to his list of reasons why it would be wise to do so, but before I do that I thought I’d tell Anil why I’m not doing that…YET… 1) I don’t […]
Lee Odden has posted the results of his online marketing survey. The blog result is likely directionally correct, but is likely skewed on the high side a bit due to the survey being on a blog. Go figure. 🙂 Blogging (25%) Search engine optimization (14%) Email marketing (12%) Pay per click (8%) Blogger relations (6%) […]
Please clear your cache! I’ve installed the latest version of WordPress and made several theme tweaks and additions. I’m pleased to announce that all of the plugins I now have are compliant with WordPress 2.3, I hope this cycle time continues to improve. If you have any problems or have suggestions for improvement, please advise! […]
Several Chicago area bloggers, including Joi Podgorny, Liz Strauss and Jean Russell joined out of town visitor Tara Hunt for some breakfast grub at Over Easy where the delightful server Gwen brought us quite tasteful helpings quite flavorful food! Though I’ve exchanged many emails with Tara before, I had never met her in person. After […]
Wow, WordPress 2.3 Beta! Small problem I’ve still not migrated to 2.2 due to plugin incompatibility / instability – especially podpress. As I’ve stated before, I hope that many of these more complex plugins functionality gets integrated into the core of WordPress, reducing this painful upgrading issue. So my question is this, does WordPress 2.3 […]
The 2nd annual Wordcamp, a gathering of WordPress users, will take place this weekend in San Francisco! The agenda looks quite interesting and I wish I could be there amongst some of the Internet marketing speakers which I count as friends, not blithering idiot blog readers. It’s awesome that every business keynote speaker is a […]
Who is David Dalka?
David Dalka (twitter) is a digital business strategy professional experienced in realigning organizations to capture customer demand while improving margins. David is a business leadership keynote speaker providing customized business strategy services and corporate executive retreats. David has been cited in business publications like
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