Ms. Hari, who left what she said was a lucrative management-consulting job in late 2012 to pursue full-time activism and blogging, responded in an interview that "I'm not doing this to make money." She added: "This is my life. This is my passion. This ... [...]
Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal acknowledged through a spokeswoman on Thursday that he visited blogs from his work computer and, on occasion, used it to post anonymous comments. The acknowledgment came after ... [...]
This blog post is authored by Joseph Sirosh. Few people appreciate the enormous potential of machine learning (ML) in enterprise applications. I was lucky enough to get a taste of its potential benefits just a few months into ... [...]
Many folks these days are discovering the joys of running a profitable home business. This is one reason you must do your business in order to be successful. This is the main way that you can ensure your competitors. [...]
Then, after Martin's presentation was over and he had a family to go home to, I elected to stay after the meeting to help answer some participants' questions about Visual Studio and Azure for web development and mobile ... [...]
How To Make Money Blogging: Working with Blog Networks. First, and most of all, you need to produce good content. No matter what your niche, it needs to be interesting, engaging, worthwhile. Don't just take a photo of your bowl of spinach ... [...]
Today I want to share a Facebook tip that I’m sure many ProBlogger readers will already know, but which I am sure some have not heard about. Every single time I share it, I get “wow, I never knew that!” comments.
It’s all to do with how Facebook lets you customise your status updates when sharing links on your Facebook page.
OK – so here’s what happens when you add a link into the status update on your Facebook page before you hit ‘post’.
You can see Facebook has found an image that it thinks that you should use, has pulled in the page title an [...]
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This is a guest contribution by Renee from Beautifille.com.
This year marks 10 years of my blogging career, and after starting several women’s blogs (some successful, some not), and being an avid reader of them myself, I’ve learn the key elements in what makes a blog “make it” or not. Here they are.
Key #1: Make Sure Your Blog is Visually Great
I usually try not to generalize, but let’s face it: women like pretty things. We notice, pay attention and are attracted by how something looks. Having a good blog design is vital because at the end of the day, [...]
This is a guest contribution from Amy Brown of Wordprax.com.
Videos don’t have a magic wand, as believed by certain marketeers (both amateurs and seasoned ones).
Threading video marketing success is hard work, and requires a fair bit of creativity. While it’s true that video content can enhance engagement at a much greater rate than its more static counterparts, if quality is being compromised, your video marketing endeavor isn’t going to get as far as it could. And the reason is simple enough – as opposed to the other forms of advertising, video marketing is expen [...]
Today’s most competitive marketplace isn’t technology but talent. The challenge of attracting and retaining talent is particularly acute for marketers. Their function has been turned upside down and inside out as a result of digital technology, empowered employees, and connected customers.
In this new world, the best marketers exhibit five superpowers – each of which requires new types of talent. Our previous article describes each of these superpowers with examples from Intuit, Sephora and others. As a recap, they are: To hear what no one else can hear; to be part of the conversation, e [...]
People hold on to jobs too long for all kinds of reasons. Sometimes it’s loyalty to co-workers at a company you’ve outgrown, or maybe you spent a long time thinking you were just about to get promoted… but never got the call. Or perhaps you simply had a lot going on in your personal life and your somewhat dull job felt steadying. During the downturn, many people decided to stay in whatever job they had, figuring that any job was better than no job.
Whatever the reason, if you’ve stayed in a role long after your growth and learning in that role plateaued you need a plan for presenting y [...]
Discomfiting StatisticsWhat’s Wrong with Millennial Employment, in Three ChartsFortuneSometimes the U.S. government’s exhaustively and exhaustingly dry reports yield startling results, as Fortune discovered. A Department of Education study of college graduates shows, for example, that the wage gap starts early: Four years out of college, male graduates were already making much more than their female counterparts, even if you control for field of study and other factors. A male engineer, for instance, earned $68,000, on average, while his female peer earned $65,817.
Another finding: The 6 [...]