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Thunderclap Is Dead

If you’re at all involved in the indie writing community, I’m sure you’ve heard about the change Thunderclap made in their TOS. To boil it down for you, if your Thunderclap is for anything remotely commercial (a.k.a. 111 more words

Daily Writing

Has altruism become a myth?

In a digital era, the latest generation place the importance of their digital persona equal to or above their physical self. Sharing what you do, what you stand for, what you believe and the essence of yourself is seemingly just as important as the… 446 more words

Charities

How you can Get Your Infographic Noticed in a Sea of Sound

Creating an engaging infographic (or any kind of piece of web content) is not brain surgery. Certain, it takes study, information, insights, effort, as well as resolution, but as marketers, we know nothing comes easy. 1,995 more words

Engaging Infographic

Why you have social media anxiety & how to fix it - The Grad Life

Scrolling through my Instagram I’m presented with the same familiar faces. You know the ones, the people that have something new and exciting to post about every day. 1,011 more words

Life

Make Your Site More Social with Jetpack

Whether you want more followers, brand awareness, or increased sales, you need to strengthen your social media presence.

Social media is the bread and butter of small business advertising and blog promotion. 1,086 more words

Sharing

Sources Shared on Twitter: A Case Study on Immigration (Pew)

Pew (pew pew pew pew!): Sources Shared on Twitter: A Case Study on Immigration. “As news organizations battle charges of ‘fake news,’ compete with alternate sources of information, and face low levels of trust from a skeptical public, a new Pew Research Center study suggests that news outlets still play the largest role in content that gets shared on Twitter, at least when it comes to one contentious issue in the news: immigration.”

Research & Opinion