Blogging

Looking to Grow Your Startup? Blogging is the Answer

Presumably, you’ve entered the market with a new product or service that accommodates your clients’ needs or problems. If that is so, you are going to want your target market to know you and trust you. Blogging has become one of the most valuable tools startups use to establish, maintain and nurture the relationship with their customers, and it’s clear ... Read More »

Taking blogging to the bank

LUBBOCK, Texas – Since the creation of Instagram, there are now over one billion users online, and from that worldwide network has emerged Instagram bloggers. The bloggers, or also known as ‘influencers,” have started partnering with local and national businesses to promote their product. James Hodgins runs Texas Tech’s social media lab, and said people are more likely to buy ... Read More »

13 Go-To Sources Of Inspiration For Creative Blogging

Drawing eyes to your company can be done through many different means, but one of the most effective ways to drive traffic to your page is by blogging regularly and frequently. Once viewers see what you have to offer, they may keep coming back, recommending your site to others and sharing your content, which gets new eyes on your site. ... Read More »

Teacher promotes blogging, launches first e-book

A PUBLIC high school teacher in Eastern Visayas has pushed for blogging business, saying this could be the alternative job of the Filipinos in the midst of unemployment problem in the country. “The blogging industry in the Philippines and even in the international community offers a vast opportunity. Soon and we could not do about it, the traditional labor force ... Read More »

2019 Gravlee Lecture explores blogging, motherhood and autism

Daena J. Goldsmith, professor of rhetoric and media studies at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, will be this year’s Gravlee Lecturer. The 2019 lecture, titled “Personal and Political: Blogging Motherhood and Autism,” will be held in the Lory Student Center Theater on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 6:30 p.m., with a reception to follow. It is presented by the ... Read More »

Blogging the Big Game: Patriots claim 13-3 Super Bowl victory

ATLANTA, GA (KXAN) — Super Bowl 53 is underway from Atlanta. The New England Patriots are considered short favorites (-2.5) to win over the Los Angeles Rams. COIN TOSS: The Rams win the toss with tails. LA deferred to the second half. The Patriots get the ball first. 1ST POSSESSION: New England’s promising, first drive was halted on Tom Brady’s first pass. ... Read More »

4 Tips for Cultivating and Building Strong Relationships with Bloggers and Influencers

In this day and age, you cannot deny the power bloggers and influencers have in our world driven by consumerism. Their ability to market to their readers and followers has proven to be successful marketing technique. Whether that’s posting articles on a bloggers site to help drive customers to you or an Instagram influencer capturing the perfect picture for a ... Read More »

What I’ve Learned In 10 Years of Youth Sports Blogging

As it happens, New Year’s Eve 2018 is the 10th anniversary of the premiere of this blog, which I called Your Kid’s Not Going Pro when I started it as an independent site. So here is how I started: The title of this blog (“Your Kid’s Not Going Pro,” in case you hadn’t figured that out) sounds bitter and dream-killing, but ... Read More »

BLOGGING THE VIEW: Stretching those cents in January

MY very fleeting relationship with money becomes even more fleeting as the days of January roll on, and it’s time to get into Super Saver mode. Despite all my best efforts at budgeting, and promises to make that early December payment last until mid-July, the New Year always kicks off in the red. But I know I’m not alone here, ... Read More »

“The Linux of social media”—How LiveJournal pioneered (then lost) blogging

Last April, famed writer and hero-murderer George R.R. Martin announced that he was hoisting his ancient blog from his moldering LiveJournal onto his personal website. For casual Game of Thrones fans, it was a minor hiccup at best—most clicked the new link and never looked back. For a certain strata of enthusiasts, however, this was a far more momentous move. Described as ... Read More »