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Are Selfies Over Yet?

Are Selfies Over Yet?

The selfie. The photo taking practice that has now turned into an everyday event. One that started out of a necessity – when there simply was no one else to... read more

5 Sitcom Characters Who Would Have Rocked Social Media

5 Sitcom Characters Who Would Have Rocked Social Media

Though social media is a new practice, the world of sitcoms have been around for decades. With their humorous ways, unique antics, and flare for the extreme, audiences of all... read more

This Captcha Alternative is a Million Times Better than Alphabet Soup

This Captcha Alternative is a Million Times Better than Alphabet Soup

Tech & Gadgets

In the past, I’ve made no secret about my hatred toward captchas. They’re awkward, confusing, and half the time, absolutely impossible to solve. It’s as if the search engine wants... read more

Why it’s Time to Create an Internet Lingo App

Why it’s Time to Create an Internet Lingo App

Mobile & Apps

About three times per week (sometimes more) I come across a new piece of Internet lingo. It might be an acronym, it might be a hashtag, or just some generalized... read more

Professional Goals – Why You Don’t Need to Conform

Professional Goals – Why You Don’t Need to Conform

Strategy

Last week I talked to a group of college students about professional journalism, at which their professor expressed the importance of writing goals down. And while I understand the sentiment,... read more


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Prepositions Can (And Should) Act as a Sentence Caboose

Prepositions Can (And Should) Act as a Sentence Caboose

Communications

“You shouldn’t end a sentence with a preposition at.” Tracy Jordan, 30 Rock Hundreds of years ago, some grammar snob came up with the idea that we should never ever... read more

Facebook and its Page-View Blockade

Facebook and its Page-View Blockade

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As Facebook grows its paid marketing platform, companies are rapidly seeing their views shrink. At least those they didn’t pay for. With a slick (slick like a pick-pocket) upgrade of... read more

Google to Update Rankings – it’s Just as Obscure as Always

Google to Update Rankings – it’s Just as Obscure as Always

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Recently, Google announced it was – yet again – making adjustments to the way it ranks pages. Specifically, by making its latest update, Panda, less severe for certain websites. The... read more

How Electronics are Making Communication Impersonal

How Electronics are Making Communication Impersonal

Communications

With a screen in front of your eyes and a keyboard at your fingertips, it can be hard to determine the last time we had a face-to-face conversation. One where... read more

The 5 Biggest Annoyances When Reading Content Online

The 5 Biggest Annoyances When Reading Content Online

Content Marketing

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As the span of the Internet continues to grow larger, it can be harder for readers to know who and where to trust. Unfortunately (and contrary to some commercials), not... read more

The Blogger’s Cheat Sheet Guide: Grammar on the Fly

The Blogger’s Cheat Sheet Guide: Grammar on the Fly

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It’s long since been argued that blogging grammar and print grammar are two different things. Despite being written in the same language. One is permanent, while one is easily changed.... read more

Customized Marketing: What We Can Learn From Google Doodles

Customized Marketing: What We Can Learn From Google Doodles

Marketing

For anyone who uses Google as their go-to search engine, you know that one of the best parts of the day is the new Google Doodle. Whether honoring a historic... read more

What Social Media Platforms Could Do with a Mascot

What Social Media Platforms Could Do with a Mascot

Practically every sports team ever has been accompanied with some sort of mascot. A character that embodies what type of team they are – and what type of punishment they... read more

Why My Grammar is Slipping

Why My Grammar is Slipping

Communications

Every few months or so, I get a real itch to write about grammar. Mostly how everyone else is doing it wrong. I’m usually inspired by the incredible failures of... read more

Recipe For A Viral Twitter Account

Recipe For A Viral Twitter Account

In an online marketer’s ideal world, social media would follow a simple recipe. With a dash of work, a helping of new followers, and an appropriate amount of baking time,... read more