Wednesday, April 22, 2009
(At the outset, I have to apologize for the housekeeping over at robertworstell.com - going through some changes as I optimize the site for better bandwidth consumption. And generally evolve it.)
But the point I wanted to bring up tonight is using that Google Toolbar with it's bookmark function to track your own social outposts.
Social outposts is a term coined (more or less) by Chris Brogan. Essentially, the social sites you visit and leave your profile at are advance scouting parties for your content-production-line.
Trick is that you can sign up for stuff and then forget where you'd been a month later. So these various places are just sitting out there - while you've been moving on and creating all sorts of content everywhere else.
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The trick is to be valuable with your content - and release it in valuable formats.
Using your Google Toolbar with it's bookmarking simplicity looks to be a key tool to use.