A treatise on how to make a wise decision Oh to be young and millennial. I kid. It would be great if I could go back to my twenties, but only if I could keep all the wisdom I have earned. I was reminded of this when I visited my new fave site, Quora. Today […]Read more "Today on Quora: Can you choose my life?"
The question on Quora was intriguing—“What should I do if I don’t have clarity of thoughts?” How often do we find ourselves overwhelmed or unable to “think clearly?” I’m a meditator. As such, I believe in the power of breathing. But, what came to me from this question, was the power of the quiet. I […]Read more "The Quiet"
The Power of Perception I love Quora. In fact, I am grateful that there is a site where anyone can ask about anything and the people of the “Net” are gracious enough to answer. I’ve shared things. I’ve learned things. Today, someone asked a question that hit a nerve. The question was “Why do people […]Read more "Can We Agree to Disagree?"
The terms “Content Strategy” and “Content Marketing” have become blurred together, yet the two couldn’t be more different. Learn what sets them apart. Source: http://www.searchenginejournal.com See on Scoop.it – Clear CommunicationsRead more "What’s the Difference? Content Strategy vs. Content Marketing | SEJ"
Digital marketing comes with some unexpected writing lessons. You write all the time but sometimes forget that the writing has to actually be good. Source: http://www.storyarch.net What I have Learned from Everybody WritesTake Your TimeWork with drafts even when bloggingStep away from writing before going back to make it betterThink of the reader firstYou are […]Read more "Unexpected Writing Lessons From a Marketing Job"
Businesses Are Missing Out On One Valuable Social Media Platform Forbes Businesses have a lot of options when it comes to social media. Twitter, Facebook, Google +, LinkedIn and Pinterest, just to name a few. Source: http://www.forbes.com See on Scoop.it – Clear CommunicationsRead more "Businesses Are Missing Out On One Valuable Social Media Platform – Forbes"
“Too often, people use it as a weapon instead of an opportunity, and maybe one of the ways we can think together about the next phase of development of social media is a tool of outreach, a tool of reconciliation, a tool of … Source: http://www.siliconbeat.com See on Scoop.it – Clear CommunicationsRead more "Quoted: Hillary Clinton on social media’s potential | SiliconBeat"
Many new writers are confused about what happens after you have managed to get the first draft out of your head and onto the page.
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See on Scoop.it – Clear Communications Social media lets us express ourselves in ways we never could before. We can like people’s photos and ideas with a click. We can share details of our lives in words, photos and videos right from our mobile phone. See on http://www.kentucky.comRead more "Before posting on social media, ask yourself: ‘Would I want grandma to see this?’ | Daily Business Report | Kentucky.com"
See on Scoop.it – Clear Communications Learn some corporate crisis communications through the story of Target’s CMO, Jeff Jones. See on blog.hubspot.comRead more "Truth, Transparency & Target: A Lesson in Crisis Communications"