Hannah Montana. I’m coming for you.

Today we talk about: One day early, getting an ad agency, we need a term for logo burnout, building a golden rolodex, bring business cards to PodCamp, WebInno covers virtual worlds and John grabs some TechCrunch stats, Club Penguin and Cyworld, Virtual Communities get the adoption by targeting children, Hannah Montana can’t outgun The M Show, what’s hot this holiday season, Halloween is the new Christmas – or at least a testing ground, Jeff calls in and asks if copywriters can sell their services as corporate bloggers, Podcasting and Blogging are just delivery mechanisms, the customer newsletter is passe, Jay Berkowitz of 10 golden rules calls in with Podcamp Boston 2 questions, we recommend sessions by Mitch Joel and Hugh McGuire.

John will be at Blogtoberfest warming up for Podcamp Boston 2

Chris is running Podcamp Boston 2.

Our theme song is called Mellow G by Fonkmasters from the Podsafe Music Network

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10 thoughts on “Hannah Montana. I’m coming for you.”

  1. Actually, it’s entirely possible to write with someone else’s style and personality. That’s what translators do, and it’s what ghostwriters do, too. But it’s a fairly rare skill, and it involves close collaboration with (or study of the existing works of) the original source.

    That’s neither worth doing nor advisable for blogs. The only ghost-blogging I do is for a blog where the content matters more than the identity of the person who wrote it.

  2. Actually, it’s entirely possible to write with someone else’s style and personality. That’s what translators do, and it’s what ghostwriters do, too. But it’s a fairly rare skill, and it involves close collaboration with (or study of the existing works of) the original source.

    That’s neither worth doing nor advisable for blogs. The only ghost-blogging I do is for a blog where the content matters more than the identity of the person who wrote it.

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