Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Carnival of the Capitalists returns to Spooky Action
This week sees an eclectic approach to the traveling business show, recognized by one and all as Carnival of the Capitalists and arrives at Mike DeWitt's popular eclectic blog known as Spooky Action.
This week's edition of Carnival of the Capitalists highlights some of the best bloggers writing on the internet today, as well as some of the best and most popular entries ever to the Carnival.
Blogging topics presented include entrepreneurship, management, market trading, internet commerce, marketing, the national economy and personal finance.
As you would expect from Carnival of the Capitalists, there are many discussions of economics, marketing, business, and small business.
It's always great to read and discover the many high quality blogs out there in the blogosphere.
We don't always get to them all, and this edition of Carnival of the Capitalists has introduced many of us to some brand new ones; as well as some long time contributors.
I have an entry in this week's Carnival of the Capitalists as well.
My post is titled "Connections: Bloggers plus dots equal business" where I discuss how bloggers are connectors. Everyone who creates a blog, and shares part of the world of citizen publishing and citizen broadcasting. There is much more to the relationships than simple connections. People are more than dots on a map. They are your friends, clients, customers, business partners, and extended family.
If you wish to submit an entry to next week's, or any Carnival of the Capitalists edition, e-mail your entries to the new address:
thecotc -at- gmail -dot- com
You can always use the handy entry form at Gongol.com where all you have to do is fill in the blanks. Talk about making it easy to be included!
If you are searching for new and exciting ways to expand your blog's readership, you should seriously consider sending an entry to Carnival of the Capitalists.
Merely being included in the company, of the first rate regular Carnival of the Capitalists contributors, will enhance the reputation of your blog.
The extra visitors sent to your blog won't hurt either!
The growth and staying power, of Carnival of the Capitalists, is beginning to catch the attention of people outside the blogging community. Each hosting, brings a fresh assortment of new readers, to the various blogs involved.
The visitors aren't only bloggers anymore.
Readership is expanding to include the mainstream media, various government and private organizations, many businesses, and other interested people from beyond the blogging community.
Many people are introduced to some tremendous blogs that they might otherwise have missed.
Next week's Carnival of the Capitalists will be at Scott Allen's internet marketing blog known as Revenue River.
In the meantime, click your mouse over to the Spooky Action hosting of Carnival of the Capitalists.
If the great posted entries don't convince you to click, or the possibility of finding some brand new blogs to read doesn't do it, then visit Carnival of the Capitalists and get into business for yourself.
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