Weeks of dealing with a crashing podcast app left me missing my favorites. I’m thrilled that my app is back, and I’m ready to catch up on what I missed.
College media lost a mentor and friend this week with the death of Dan Reimold, publisher of College Media Matters and adviser to The Hawk. This post is not nearly enough to honor my fellow blogger and adviser friend, but it felt necessary to provide something.
Actively sharing great content on your social channels will create a stronger relationship between your media outlet and your existing audience. It also will help you grow your audience. But strategic social sharing doesn’t happen by accident. It requires you to understand your audience and diligently search for content they want and need. Here are 12 types of content for student media to share socially.
I didn’t intend to redesign this blog, it just kinda happened. But I’m enjoying the site’s new minimalist design. I can tell when it’s time for a change because I start to feel bogged down with the site and the way it looks. Redesigning makes me excited to add content again. What do you think of the site’s new look?
No woman does it all, but some certainly look like they do. Jessica Turner helps you find and make the most of time for you.
It’s been eight years since I launched this site. How can I spend the next year serving your better?
Most bloggers abandon their sites after two or three months. I’ve been blogging for seven years and have no plans to quit. What keeps you blogging?