How many of you have tried to grow your Twitter account to no avail? I have been blogging for 9 years and in that time I have found that Twitter by far was the best platform for social media engagement for my blog. Over the years I had tried numerous strategies to work on trying to build my Twitter numbers but only saw incremental increases. Just as some of you may have felt, for me this was frustrating and somewhat defeating.
How many of you always wanted to build a stronger Instagram presense but got frustrated because of the inability to manage Instagram from your desktop? I know for me this was one of the most frustrating parts of using Instagram. My blog - Dad of Divas - has always been a very visual portrayal of myself and my life as a father. I try to use images in all of my posts and I try to take those images and leverage those within Instagram.
We're all busy guys and so when there's an opportunitty to get some help that is never a bad thing. Sears - parent of Kenmore has been working to build a personal shopper network for the past several years with the goal of ultimately becomign the leader in making shopping easy and maybe even fun. As technology and connected devices becomes an even more important part of the overall mixture, it's not surprising to see Kenmore come out with a technical bridge to enable communication with your personal shopper that much easier. Meet Alfie ...
Halloween is coming up quick but there's still time to get ready! One of our favorite places any time of the year is Goodwill stores since it's a great place to get used (and sometimes brand new) items that you can make into the ultimate Halloween costume. Even better is that money spent at Goodwill stores helps fund their programs and services to help people find jobs, earn paychecks and care fo their families. It's a win-win for everyone in the community!
One of the biggest challenges that most bloggers face is where to find free photos and other images that are suitable for use in blog posts. It wasn't too long ago that most bloggers simply just pulled whatever images they needed from other sites, without paying attention to the rights. However, as our sites grow, a couple things have probably happened that will make you re-evaluate that theory. The first is that someone may "borrow" one of your images and the second is that you read about someone getting sued for thousands of dollars because they used an image without licensing it properly.