How can I write about marketing communications topics when I’m shaking with anger and shame about the political situation in this country? Joe Hage helps me figure things out.
Social media in 2015 has moved beyond story telling to become an interactive public performance with a variety of audiences.
Pew Internet reports that Facebook is far and away the most popular social media site for adults.
Illustrations have become increasingly important as people find blog content through image-friendly links on Facebook or online periodicals like Seattle Women Daily.
Look for YouTube channels to replace blogs, and for successful bloggers to offer how-tos and paid content (my contribution to the predictions for tech blogging started by Jeremiah Owyang).
There are only three excuses for not keeping up with your blog. They are: You’re dead You’re working You’re working yourself to death Let’s just say I’m not dead. Movin’ […]
Karen Anderson’s presentation on social media for the Public Relations Writing class at the University of Washington.