“There are two kinds of people on social networks: those who want more followers and those who are lying. Let’s be honest; gaining more followers is the acid test of social media because it shows whether you are interesting, intelligent, and cool.” – Guy Kawasaki
Wishing everyone a Happy New Year! There are a few things that I have planned for the upcoming year and this blog. In the meantime, I wanted to share this funny comercial with you: Vicks Nyquil – Call My Mom. Why do I share it? Well for starters it’s funny and next it has over [...]
The following is a guest post: A number of bloggers, who have the habit of working with 400-600 words blog posts, find dropping down their messages to 140 characters over Twitter very challenging. Twitter is considered as a minefield and even a trivial error could damage your online reputation before your readers or followers. Hence [...]
The title of your blog posts has the potentiality to make or break them. This is because the title of your
blog is the first one that flashes on search engines and social networks. A good blog post with a bad title will make your blog fail. Below given are some of the tips to write effective blog post titles:
President Barack Obama participated in a Reddit conversation today. I thought this was extremely cool. It’s pretty much an online town hall. The questions were good however some chose to waste their opportunity to ask the President a good question by discussing horses and ducks. In the end, I am impressed by this initiative. It [...]
I was over at the Word Tracker blog and I came across an interesting blog post called What a 9 Year Old Can Teach You About Business. It introduced me to a story of a 9 year old girl who created her own blog and began uploading pictures of her lunch on a daily basis.
I really do believe that Facebook will become a dominant platform, more so than it is now. What I mean is it has the potential to replace our email, our chat, and even phone numbers. I’ll talk more about this in another post. Meanwhile check out what the king of social media has to say: [...]
The blogs are actually online diaries where people get a chance to vent out their feelings and emotions. The idea of blogging has come a long way since its earlier days of online journals. The blogs can be a fantastic strategy for carrying out your business promotion and public relation work apart from being a source to make good money.
Thousands of people join the blogosphere every day. Anyone with the ability to write and a desire to share their opinions with the world can start a blog and, although it can be difficult work, blogging can become a career. The most successful and popular bloggers are well-informed, update regularly, and sound convincing, no matter their opinion. They are able to capture and hold the interest of their Internet audience in a fresh, concise and often entertaining way. All of these characteristics boil down to knowing how to write. College courses can help bloggers hone their writing skills and are ultimately an advantage in the world of blogging.