Marketing Yourself as a Free-agent on the Internet

This is a follow-up post from my presentation on Marketing Yourself as a Free-agent on the Internet which I gave this afternoon at the Atlantic Internet Marketing Conference.

Some links for further information:

Small Business Blogs

Commoncraft Explanatory Videos on Blogs, RSS, etc.

Business Blog Consulting

The Cluetrain Manifesto

Book: Naked Conversations

Web Tools Diagram

My perspective on the Benefits of Blogs in 2005


8 Responses to “Marketing Yourself as a Free-agent on the Internet”

  1. Lisa Rousseau

    Great talk today Harold. Wish we could have had longer. There’s so much to cover in such a short time. I’ll follow up with you on stuff later:)

  2. David

    Harold, it was a real pleasure meeting you today. I think we have a lot more to talk about in the future! Thanks for your session today, it was in my opinion one of the most practical sessions of the conference. Well done!

  3. Matt

    Hi Harold,
    I enjoyed your session together. I had a good idea what a blog was but never really tried it until tonight. Thanks for giving me the tools. I will subscribe to your blog if I can figure out how … ha ha !! Thanks again !!

  4. jeff white

    It was great to meet you at AIM, Harold. I enjoyed your session as well. I also felt that you dealt with some of the questions with aplomb and respect. 😉

    I look forward to more conversations with you (and a road ride or two would be nice as well).

  5. Harold

    Thanks, Jeff. The road is calling and I’ll be in Halifax later in the month. See you on Twitter.


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