We continue to treat each new Twitter milestone as if it were a bolt out of the blue. Isn't it long past the time we got over our astonishment?
Neither fish nor fowl, the new and interesting Glmps photo format may have a hard time finding a profitable niche.
In Thursday's edition of the Daily Debrief, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Stefanie Olsen discuss the rise in popularity of female bloggers and why one former journalist feels that they need to band together.
The deal is a coup for BlogHer because it will give the company the chance to promote content from its network's 2,200 blogs across a range of NBC Web sites, including Oxygen.com and BravoTV.com.
The beverage giant has reached out to the social-media crowd like nothing else. So what does it hope to get out of its SXSWi marketing blitz?
At the BlogHer 2008 conference, female bloggers are surrounded by the very mainstream brand advertisers that the Internet media industry has clamored to attract for the last 10 years.
As many as 3,000 women are at this year's BlogHer Conference to talk about their lives, businesses, and blogs; and in some cases, they're all one and the same.
BlogHer co-founder Lisa Stone talks with CNET News about blogging, the power of women online, and her company's new partnership with iVillage.
The annual BlogHer conference drew 800 female bloggers to Chicago last week. Why didn't the national media cover this important event?
Many webmasters have just enough knowledge of SEO to be dangerous, but Google's Maile Ohye in this AMA podcast published today brings clarity to some of the key danger zones.