I run several digital designing blogs, and a great way to add some flavor to your posts is to have your own signature (or siggie) automatically display after each of your posts. It can be your name, … more
Count_Orlok_22 posted a Quick Tip about Blogger.
April 12, 2011
Other than Lunch and Facebook, I probably spend most of my Internet time on Blogger. Despite the slight awkwardness of getting started and figuring out how to set up a blog and learn the difference between … more
Sharrie posted a Quick Tip about WordPress.
February 16, 2011
This is my second attempt on WordPress. The first time? Years ago and too overwhelming for me to try. I deleted the a/c almost as soon as I signed up. This time round, I found some themes I like so I … more
If you're anything like me, you live on your phone. I text, BBM, read and reply to emails, Tweet and Facebook, pay bills, and order stuff and books online through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Up until a … more
I had been wanting to read Julie and Julia for a long time. Partly because I saw the movie when it came out last year, partly because I'm a fellow blogger. Last Friday I finally got around to finishing … more
If you want to learn about blogging, "Create Your Own Blog: 6 Easy Projects to Start Blogging Like a Pro" by Tris Hussey is a great resource. For the new blogger, it is fantastic. For the experienced … more
Julie and Julia is a true story of a writer named Julie Powell and how she has forever linked her life with that of famous TV Chef and cookbook author Julia Child. Julie and Julia takes place in … more
This book begins by asking why blogs are important to business. I'm a professional blogger, so I suppose it's no surprise that I would have had a much more complex answer than this book (they're basically … more
I run 2 blogs; making my own designs for freebie kits and elements for the digital scrapper and tag maker, and the other blog offers freebies as well, but is mainly to sell my design kits that I have … more
It always helps when evaluating a book to understand who it was written for. This book is written for reasonably experienced web designers, those who actually understand the what web code does and how … more
This is one of the greatest books ever written for foodies. I, myself, being a foodie really enjoyed reading about her struggles and tribulations. Just the concept of this book and her mission was so … more
kaderly posted a Quick Tip about Blogger.
June 19, 2010
WordPress is extremely popular for good reason. It offers the best combination of features and power with ease of use. Blogger is simpler to use but it's easy to want more than it can give. Other content … more
BoxofChocolates posted a Quick Tip about Blogger.com.
June 10, 2010
I have a few blogs on the internet. I have a couple of websites as well. Blogging has become such a big force on the internet that it can now be used to help with your business. From announcing sales, … more
A weblog or blog for short is nothing more than a journal posted online so that others can read it or experience the data. There are so many blogs and so much is written in them that they are now collectively … more
RyanWeiss posted a Quick Tip about Tumblr.
May 05, 2010
If you want to blog for your business, but you don't know where to start, "Blogging To Drive Business: Create and Maintain Valuable Customer Connections" by Eric Butow and Rebecca Bollwitt is a great … more