Blogging

Blogging Tips and Trends For Your Advisory Business

There is no doubt that blogging is on the rise among financial advisory firms. For those of you who are already actively blogging, congratulations! For those of you who still might be on the fence, consider this. Research shows that firms that blog receive 67% more leads than those firms that do not actively blog. In short, blogging can make a ... Read More »

Report: Leighton Vander Esch among those not practicing at Wednesday’s OTAs

  Part of the reason the Cowboys drafted Leighton Vander Esch 19th overall was to hedge their bet at the linebacker spot. Sean Lee is fantastic, but his injury history speaks for itself. Jaylon Smith certainly has potential, but to ignore his past would be irresponsible. LVE should provide some stability and insurance. Unfortunately for Wednesday’s OTA, per ESPN’s Todd Archer, Vander Esch was absent due to a ... Read More »

The 35-Year-Old Teacher Turned Travel Channel Host Making Six-Figures

At the age of 33, Oneika Raymond was faced with a decision. She could continue on her path as an international educator, rising through the ranks to eventually become a school principal. Or she could switch careers entirely to become a television host and travel content creator. Not one to back away from a challenge, the Canadian decided to change ... Read More »

CERT-In warns of new viruses that steal money, user data

‘Virtual girlfriend’ and ‘panda banker’ have creeped into the Indian cyberspace.   –  Getty Images/iStockphoto Virtual girlfreind and panda banker have crept into the Indian cyberspace NEW DELHI, MAY 31 Two social media-triggered spyware viruses – ‘virtual girlfriend’ and ‘panda banker’ — have creeped into the Indian cyberspace and can steal a user’s banking details and secret data once activated unknowingly, ... Read More »

Seek social media quality, not quantity

Information overload: Online audiences have moved from blogs to networking sites such as Twitter and Instagram, whose popularity is fuelled in part by the instant feedback social media users generate by their shared content. Picture: 123RF/GILC Internet users of all kinds have probably encountered advice that they should have a social media presence. There are many inducements: entrepreneurs will attract ... Read More »

How Michael Gallup will fit into the Cowboys 2018 offense

Once the Dallas Cowboys made the decision to cut ties with Dez Bryant, it led to some backlash from fans who were advocating for the franchise’s all-time touchdown leader. At 29-years-old, though, it was apparent in 2017, and for a few years previous, that injuries, age, and a change in quarterback led to Bryant taking a step back in production. The Cowboys were ... Read More »

5 Reasons Why Blogging Can Make You A Better Academic Writer

Academics have been advised to blog more since they can communicate their research more efficiently. Blogs are a platform for the public to engage more since they enhance impact. Moreover, blogs can direct readers to actual academic publications. Blogging is an important addition to the normal academic writing and publications done by scholars. In this article, we will consider five ... Read More »

Don’t Give Up Blogging: Your Business Is Counting On It

Shutterstock I’ve heard it all before. “Blog posts don’t make sales.” “Who has time to read a post?” “Blogging is dead.” I say, au contraire. If you are marketing to businesses or consumers, you need to have blog posts in your arsenal. Yes, you will leverage other content marketing channels and communication mediums, but blogging should rank high on your ... Read More »

THE RISE AND FALL OF THE BLOG

New York Times writer Nicholas Kristof was one of the first to start blogging for one of the most well-known media companies in the world. Yet on December 8th, he declared his blog was being shut down, writing, “we’ve decided that the world has moved on from blogs—so this is the last post here.” The death knell of blogs might seem surprising to anyone ... Read More »

Blogging competition aims to fight fake news

MANILA – In a bid to fight the spread of fake news, a group of truth advocates will stage a blogging competition later this month. Tagged the #BreaktheFake Blogathon, the contest will pit groups of three writers against each other for a chance to win P10,000. The team which comes in second will get P5,000, and the third placer will ... Read More »