Posted by: postergirl | December 21, 2006

From N for Noob to Z for Z-lister!

Thanks to Jordan Behan of TellTenFriends who notified me of a viral marketing effort that’s making its rounds. Once again, Jordan is helping out this green as grass blogging neophyte by adding me to the “Z list.”

Though I’m still not sure what a meme means, I appreciate the nod 🙂

And it’s so easy to keep this train going, so here’s my part:

Creative Think
Movie Marketing Madness
Blog Till You Drop!
Get Shouty!
One Reader at a Time
Critical Fluff
The New PR
Own Your Brand!
Work, in Plain English
Buzz Canuck
New Millenium PR
Pardon My French
Troy Worman’s Blog
The Instigator Blog
Diva Marketing
Marketing Hipster
The Marketing Minute
Funny Business
The Frager Factor
Open The Dialogue
Word Sell
Note to CMO:
That’s Great Marketing!
Shotgun Marketing Blog
Customers Rock!
Being Peter Kim
Pow! Right Between The Eyes! Andy Nulman’s Blog About Surprise
Billions With Zero Knowledge
Working at Home on the Internet
MapleLeaf 2.0
Two Hat Marketing

The Engaging Brand
The Branding Blog
Drew’s Marketing Minute
Golden Practices
Tell Ten Friends
Flooring the Consumer
Kinetic Ideas
Unconventional Thinking
Conversation Agent
The Copywriting Maven
Hee-Haw Marketing
Scott Burkett’s Pothole on the Infobahn
Multi-Cult Classics
Logic + Emotion
Branding & Marketing
Popcorn n Roses
On Influence & Automation
Servant of Chaos
Presentation Zen
Dmitry Linkov
John Wagner
Nick Rice
CKs Blog
Design Sojourn
Frozen Puck
The Sartorialist
Small Surfaces
Africa Unchained
Marketing Nirvana
Bob Sutton
¡Hola! Oi! Hi!
Shut Up and Drink the Kool-Aid!
Women, Art, Life: Weaving It All Together
Community Guy
Social Media on the fly
Jeremy Latham’s Blog

And now for my own additions:

Add To Cart
Crystal’s Comics
In Search of Stuff

Okay, so In Search of Stuff is not exactly Z list, but it deserves the extra promo, in my opinion. I know as soon as I hit publish I’m gonna think of friends who blog that I should have added. There’s always the edit button!?



  1. Thanks for mentioning Flooring The Consumer!

  2. It was about this time a year ago that I started my blog. And then, I didn’t write much till the end of February…due to a strong case of “perfectionism”.

    So, what I am saying is – I’m very excited for you. You’re on a good journey.

    Also, thanks for including Own Your Brand along with all the other excellent z-listers.

    FYI – I worked for Web development company for 5 years as their Internet business strategist, so I can imagine some of what your work is like.

    You won’t be a “green as grass blogging neophyte” for long.

    Keep creating, Mike

  3. Postergirl! Welcome to the blogosphere and thank you, thank you, thank you for the linkage. You are off to a wonderful start. I love the layout!

  4. Good to see you running with this meme … the best way to learn about blogging is to write and comment! You learn a lot and get to meet people with many ideas, talents and interests! Enjoy!
    Oh … and thanks for the link!

  5. Thanks for the link-love!

  6. i posted the meme to my blog only two days ago… but then i realized i didn’t check out any of the ones on the list. for a second i thought i may have been on the wrong list, since this particular blog i run isn’t techie or advertising/marketing… but then i saw the sartorialist on there, and i figured i was alright. and then posted the meme to my other internet related blog.

    i will read more of your blog after new years — hope you have a great one!

  7. “Though I’m still not sure what a meme means, I appreciate the nod :-)”

    The term ‘meme’ was invented by Richard Dawkins in his (excellent) book “The Selfing Gene. Basically, a meme is any bit of information – a song, an idea, a thought, a blog post, etc. He drew an analogy between the way that genes propogate and change, and the way bits of information modify, change, propogate and die. His word caught on.

    More that anyone probably wanted to know …


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