For many years, we used email and listservs for private and public discussions.  Today, the last thing we want is add a high-volume email list to our overloaded email inboxes.  Yet we still have the need for discussions of all kinds.  What are good ways to have discussions using technology today?  In this episode, we tackle today’s options for discussions, how to select the right forum for discussions, and whether we can improve the quality of the discussions we have.

Link to the episode:  The Lost Art of the Online Conversation

Segment 1:  The Lost Art of the Online Conversation

  • SoloSez listserv from the American Bar Association’s GP|Solo Division
  • MILO – Macs in Law Offices
  • Chat/Discussion Options
    • Traditional listservs
    • LinkedIn
    • Online chat rooms like the new service ChatStep
    • Follow social media conversations with

Segment 2:  The Rant. This week, Tom rants about comment spam, and spammers who now realize that their earlier spam is causing them SEO problems.

Segment 3:  Parting Shots

Recorded:  July 9, 2012
Length:  _______

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  • Hello, I just noticed this event and missed the episode unfortunately. Thanks for highlighting Engagio in it. Is there a recorded link to it by any chance?

    Please don’t hesitate to contact me directly for anything else (via Engagio, we have a new Send Internal Message feature between 2 users).

    William Mougayar
    CEO/Founder, Engagio

  • TomMighell

    Hi William – I forgot to add the link to the podcast when it came out – you can see it above now. Thanks for the shout-out! Love Engagio!


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