I read more than 100 books in 2013. Here is a list of my 10 “must read” nonfiction books for this year. It’s a diverse list, so I’m sure you’ll find something that interests you.
I’m about to go back to where it all began. Ok, not technically, but sorta. I launched this blog seven years ago while attending what is now called College Media Association’s annual fall conference in St. Louis. I am attending my sixth CMA conference, starting tomorrow, in New Orleans. The conference won’t be in St. Louis, […]
It seems a lot bloggers have a difficult time finding ideas for posts. Perhaps part of the reason for this is because they are unaware of all of the various types of blog posts they can write. Check out the 26 different types of blog posts and see if some of them will work for your site.
Twitter chats can be a dizzying at first, but the information you gain and the relationships you build make them worth a bit of head spinning. Here’s my advice for those who are new to Twitter chats. What’s yours?
Mack Collier’s book, Think Like a Rock Star, is an easy-to-read, practical guide for engaging fans with your brand and making them part of an advocacy community. I encourage anyone who represents a brand, is building a brand or teaches advertising, marketing, social media, or public relations to read this book. The advice it contains makes it well worth the time.
A local television station scooped the student journalists I advise. It really ticked me off. Here’s why.
I’m celebrating my fourth Twitter birthday by sharing some things I love about the medium. What’s your favorite thing about Twitter?