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Spring repotting and planting.

A few of the smaller plants on my porch.  The newly repotted money tree is on the right.

It’s still early, but I think the frosts are over.   255 more words

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My 50 Favorite Video Games. (Part 5/5)


Xbox 360

Developer: Sumo Digital, Realtime Worlds, Ruffian Games, Cloudgine, Reagent Games

Publisher: Microsoft Studios

Release: February, 20 2007

Metacritic Rating: 83

Crackdown is one of those rare games that… 163 more words


Are Your Characters Under-Developed? Here's a Helpful Guide to Find Out - NY Book Editors

Here’s an Rx for under-developed characters.

Characterization. It’s, without a doubt, one of the hardest parts of writing a novel. It is the aim of every writer to create an authentic and infinitely unique character that readers will treasure. 41 more words


Are you planning a social media competition?

When I work with brands, one of the first things I am often tasked with is increasing their audience and reach. Many are under the impression that the only way to grow an audience is by sharing lots of content, and yes that works, but there’s a lot more to it than that. 658 more words

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5 Ways to Track Your Yearly Goals

The 1st quarter of the year is almost coming to an end. How are your freaking goals doing anyway? Just 3 months ago some of us set some beefy and ballsie goals. 401 more words

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Demand for Digital Marketers and Content Curators Exceeds Supply in 2017

Digital marketing jobs are the most in demand for marketing departments, while advertising and content rank as the most sought after skills, according to a recent hiring report which discovered that the need for marketing talent exceeds the supply with mid-level marketers the most in demand. Read More


Retaining Influence With Use Of Evergreen Content

by Ellie McQuaid

If you haven’t yet heard of the term ‘Evergreen Content’ then fear not because this blog will cover the what, when’s and why. 637 more words