28
December
2005
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10:48 PM
America/Los_Angeles

Ten things I learned in 2005. . .

. . .in no particular order of importance.

Tom Foremski, Silicon Valley Watcher




1-Blogging is the most honest form of self-promotion bar none because if you can't walk the talk you won't get the clicks.


2-Content will be king because all those links have to point to something of value--otherwise they are pointless.


3-Every company is part media company--it is both publisher and publication and tells stories all the time.


4-Every startup company should be able to say what it does in 20 seconds--not 20 minutes.


5-The old media is dying much faster than I expected.


6-Attention deficit disorder is affecting all age groups--especially those that spend more time online.


7-The more that I write the more authentic I become online and offline.


8-Blogging represents the next big thing: the two-way communications media technologies that characterize Internet 2.0.


9-I can communicate more with fewer words.


10-I learned a heck of a lot more than ten things...more to come in 2006 :-)