Blogging is not always as easy as it looks, especially if you want to keep your blogging consistent. Last night we discussed “How and When We Find Time For Blogging” during #blogchat on Twitter. Below are some tips I have for finding time to blog. Make a plan. I feel like it is very important to have a plan … More Three Tips for Blogging
There are numerous photo editing apps out there for the iPhone, but my favorite, by far, is Instagram. Why, you ask? Instagram has so many great features and has the ability to make your personal photos look like they were taken by a professional photographer. Maybe they were, as I am sure there are professional … More Friday Faves: Instagram
Twitter chat? What is that? They’re awesome, that’s what they are! No, but really, they are. When I wrote Twitterquette 101: Lesson Two I briefly mentioned Twitter chats, but I did not delve into how they actually work, so I thought this would be an important topic to cover. I cannot tell you how much useful information I have taken … More Twitterquette 101: Lesson Six
Since the age of 15 I have held a part-time job working in the food industry. That’s 7 years! Why the food industry? I love food of course! Okay, that isn’t exactly why I have always worked in the food industry. I mainly just wanted a job while I was in high school to pay for extra … More How a Part Time Job Can Help Your Future
Social media. Where did it come from? Why is it important? What about the traditional stuff? Don’t get me wrong. Social media is absolutely wonderful. I use it everyday, and I have networked and met many great individuals via social media. However, people tend to forget the importance of traditional PR because of all the … More It’s Not ALL About Social Media
Not everyone will use Twitter the same as those of us who are in the PR field. For instance, someone in the food industry will not use Twitter the same way as someone that is in PR. Some people may not even have a reason to use Twitter at all, besides to inform the world … More Twitterquette 101: Lesson Five
Let’s face it… every now and then you have to think about the correct form of “your” and “you’re,” or any of the other typically misspelled, or misused, words out there. What’s an easy way to remember commonly misspelled/misused words? Why none other than these spelling lessons by The Oatmeal! Enjoy. 🙂 Click here for the … More Spelling: Get it Right!