Here's the great blogs and posts I found when I went on my commenting spree(NOW you see why I did it ;)
Quite possibly the most awesomely prefect blog name: Get Shouty. Close second is Conformists Unite.
Gavin has started KarmaCredits.org, which he explains is:
We are drawing a line in the sand. We are daring you to join us, to raise your voice in chorus. But it is oh so much more than talk.
If you have found us here, then you will have read this post at the Daily Fix – if not please do.
Karma Credits is a site for passionate marketers. It is a space for collaboration and ideation. We are about strategy and about doing.
Also, Gavin has a post about how blogs are the new online resume. One of the earlier posts I left here was on this very subject.
I first found out about this a few days ago on Marketing Nirvana, Google has now given us the ability to create a 'custom' search engine by only selecting certain sites to be included. Here is the engine that Mario created, with many members of the Viral Community. Also, Media Landscaping has created their version, which looks to have almost every member of the Top 25 Marketing and Advertising blogs, plus a ton of other great Ad and Marketing blogs.
Kate be her name, and this be her blog.
Roger von Oech has done a great job of creating his blogging community. Roger has personally reached out to many bloggers either through their blogs or via email to say howdy, pick their brains, and as a result his blog Creative Think is off to a flying start, and he's gotten everyone talking about his Ball of Whacks. Can't wait to get mine and start playing with it! Companies and bloggers alike that are looking for pointers on how to join the blogosphere the right way and to make an immediate impact, should ask Roger for advice.
I can't even remember how I found Pat's blog Sports Marketing 2.0, but I'm glad I did. Pat is the Director of Database Marketing & E Commerce for the Indianapolis Colts, and he discusses how the Colts as well as other teams are entering the social media realm. Good stuff because its coming from the 'other side of the fence'.
The "A-Ha!" blog. Lani emailed me a few months ago with an incredibly nice email about this article I wrote for Marketing Profs, and I found the email again by accident while searching my inbox, and I guess it was fate, because I never noticed that she included her and Alan's blog address! Thanks again!
So my commenting spree was a definite success, it generated some great discussion in the 'Comments' post, and I found several great new blogs.
PS: When is YOUR commenting spree starting?