How Should Blogs be Ranked?

I came across a recent article in Marketing Magazine (our nemesis for the time being…) about their favorite marketing and advertising blogs. What interested me wasn’t the list itself, but how the authors choose the blogs in the first place. In typical fashion, they were simply accompanied by a headline and their list of favorites … Continue reading

My #1 Blogging New Years Resolution

Comment more. Way more. If 2008 was about posting, improving, redesigning and learning, 2009 is about commenting. It’s about joining the conversation on other blogs, conversing with bloggers across the world and adding to the conversation. And, well, let’s be honest – I want to drive traffic to AdJoke and start spreading the word about … Continue reading

The worlds most active twitter towns

A snapshot of the most active cities in the world based on twitter posts. My home, Toronto came in at 14 which is much higher than I would have expected. See the full list on TwitterLocal. Thanks to David Armano for sharing the site.

Seriously. Write a blog.

Came across this great post about 10 reasons why you should save your career and start a blog. While I don’t think that everyone is meant to blog (and Adjoke already has about 100 million competitors), I think that if you ever want to work in the digital space, you have to live it – … Continue reading

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AdJoke’s Top 25

The one thing about blogging that has blown my mind over the past 11 weeks that AdJoke has existed is the ability of our blog to reach the world from the comfort of my couch. We have been averaging as of late around 125 unique visitors from around the world every day. With about 240 … Continue reading

AdAge Power 150 Rankings

So we submitted AdJoke to the AdAge Power 150 Blog rankings. I am excited about our score of 13/15 from Todd’s score. That is where the man in charge ranks our blog based on content, recent posts and relevancy. Only 28 blogs out of 500 scored higher than us in this category. I am not … Continue reading