www.PaulColligan.com You can post directly to your Blog from Twitter (when it makes sense) through IFTTT.com. This method for automatic posting from Twitter makes it possible for your blog to become not just a repository for your posts, but a content timeline for the social content you wish it to store on your own terms. For fun, we also show you how to Tweet (and post to your WordPress Blog accordingly) from Siri. http
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www.PaulColligan.com Today Google release Chrome for iOS and Paul Colligan takes a quick video tour of how it looks, how the bookmark syncing and Chrome to Mobile extension works. It’s very impressive and worth your examination install. youtu.be
www.PaulColligan.com Pondering the world of product creation? Thinking about creating a product? Here are 7 wonders of product creation that you might not have considered
www.paulcolligan.com We did a full Google+ Hangout today (thank you Cam Twist!) and learned a bunch of things. The specific list can be found here – https
www.paulcolligan.com I’m trying to take Google+ as far as I can and try a multi camera, multi everything huddle. Here’s the desk setup – that will be showed during the huddle.
www.PaulColligan.com Every year the Tigard Balloon Festival takes place in my own back yard and I’ve yet to miss a one. This year I got ahold of a Sony Bloggie 3D test unit from Sony and grabbed some footage of it accordingly. Here’s a quick video I put together using the YouTube Editor of some of my favorite 3D footage from the event. If you’re curious how I did it, here’s a video that explains all – http
www.paulcolligan.com In a SHOCKING discovery from Ed Dale ( www.youtube.com ), this video shows proof that the use of Third Party Tools (used for) posting to your Facebook Fan Pages results in considerably less impressions on your Facebook Fan Pages. In the past I have preached a strategy of “UberPublishing” – these results demand that I change my approach and I’m holding a Webinar to show you exactly how I’m changing things ( www.paulcolligan.com ).