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Adam Avitable: Transparency in Blogging #FLBlogCon13

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Adam Avitable's presentation from the Florida Blogger & Social Media Conference 2013.

Adam Avitable's presentation from the Florida Blogger & Social Media Conference 2013.

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  • 1. Transparency in Blogging
  • 2. THE FOLLOWING PRESENTATION HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR RESTRICTED AUDIENCES ONLY AND MAY GOD HAVE MERCY ON OUR SOULS CONTAINS VULGAR LANGUAGE, SEXUALITY, AND REALLY HAIRY NUDITY RESTRICTED UNDER 17 REQUIRES PERMISSION SLIP FROM YOUR MOM LIKE, SERIOUSLY. IF YOU’RE EASILY OFFENDED, GET THE FUCK OUT NOW.
  • 3. Who the hell am I? o o o o o o o o o
  • 4. Transparency and vulnerability are: o o o o o o
  • 5. Dude. What was the post already?
  • 6. Not a SINGLE negative comment o o o o o o o
  • 7. “He is NASTY.” “He thinks because he’s fat, he’s automatically funny.” “Deplorable.” “I assume that he’s part Yeti.” “Can’t stand the man!” “Adam is vicious and more than slightly deranged.” “It was like I could feel the sleaze through the computer.” “The epitome of narcissism.” “Obese, desperate, and lame.” “This fine specimen is a walking, talking, belching human idea port-o-john.”
  • 8. Trolls are not worth your effort: o o o o o o
  • 9. Risks and rewards of being open online: o o o o o o o o o o
  • 10. Are all topics fair game? o o o o o o o
  • 11. Does it all have to be so fuckin’ serious? o o o o o o o o o
  • 12. Being transparent also means not being anonymous yourself o o o o o
  • 13. Protecting your job o o o
  • 14. Protecting your children o o o
  • 15. Protecting your family and friends o o o
  • 16. Avoiding embarrassing anyone and being able to express yourself without repercussion o o o
  • 17. The benefits to not being anonymous: o o o o o o o o o
  • 18. Final thoughts: o o o o o o o o

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