1 - An oldie but a goodie from Brian Clark, as he tells us how to grow our number of blog subscribers. Clark's Copyblogger went from 0 to 6,000 subscribers in 10 months, and now has over 20,000. So Brian knows what works!
2 - Paul calls Zuckerberg's response to the Beacon flack. Paul says it's a great example of a Web 2.0 CEO understanding his customers, CK adds in the comments that it's just PR spin. I'll add more about this next week.
3 - Lewis announces that his blog is re-launching with a new focus.
4 - Laurel has an interesting post on companies that approach bloggers/social-media experts under the guise of talking to them about potential work, when they really just want to assemble all their great ideas and implement them themselves. Gavin adds his take as well.
5 - Dawud posts about Drew's New Blogger Toolbox, which is a GREAT list of resources for those jumping into the blogging waters for the first time.
6 - Gavin and Chris tell the tale of Mr. Splashy Pants, who reminds us that standing out and being unique still works.
7 - Be sure to congratulate Becky, who is celebrating her first blogging anniversary!
8 - Finally, Jen has a good reminder for retailers that you might think you are protecting your privacy, but you could be squashing your evangelists.
Tags:The Viral Garden, Marketing