Posts Tagged ‘gamerati’

Storytellers: Philippe-Antoine Ménard

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010
Guest: Philippe-Antoine Ménard, the Chatty DM
Recorded: 18 March 2010 (more…)

Storytellers: Scott “Aldie” Alden

Thursday, March 18th, 2010
Guest: Scott ‘Aldie’ Alden from Geekdō
Recorded: 17 March 2010 (more…)

gamerati: Shel Holtz (FIR)

Tuesday, June 30th, 2009

aa_gamerati_300Shel Holtz has been helping companies communicate for over thirty years. In 2005, he started For Immediate Release: The Hobson & Holtz Report with his co-host Neville Hobson. Since then, they have produced over 450 shows discussing public relations and technology. I asked Shel to speak with me about podcasting and how it can help small publishers communicate with their customers. (more…)

gamerati: Jason Falls (Doe-Anderson)

Wednesday, March 18th, 2009

aa_gamerati_300Jason Falls, VP Interactive and Online Communications at Doe-Anderson, and I speak about branding and social media. (more…)

gamerati: BIG Jason Henderson

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

aa_gamerati_300gamerati: BIG Jason Henderson

Jason Henderson is the world’s leading expert on search engine optimization for the Miva Merchant shopping cart. We spoke about landing page optimization and email marketing.

gamerati: Stan! (Super Genius Games)

Monday, March 16th, 2009

aa_gamerati_300gamerati: Stan! (Super Genius Games)

Stan! (Super Genius Games) talks about market research, and treating your business like… a business.

gamerati: Steve Russell (Rite Publishing)

Sunday, March 15th, 2009

logo_ritepublishing_300gamerati: Steve Russell (Rite Publishing)

Steve Russell talks about how the patronage model changed everything about the way he does business at Rite Publishing.

Related: Atomic Array 023 (Rite Publishing)

War Pig: State of the Sty

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009

War Pig is a 24-hour streaming radio station, with programming that focuses on board games, RPGs, comics, and other geek content. (more…)

Convention Listings

Sunday, December 14th, 2008

The Convention Listings by Jenga site hasn’t been updated in some time. A pity, since I used to find it very useful.

I wish there was a current site like Jenga, a portal with information about geeky events I might like to go to. Such a site could have any number of features:

* the calendar
* press reports about each event
* search by location
* search by attending publishers
* search by event type
* search by all three? more?
* conventions could get the word out about their event
* publishers could look for con helpers
* media people could connect with publishers

Do you think such a portal would be useful? What would you like to be able to find / do on such a site?