“Either you run the day or the day runs you.” ~Jim Rohn
Well, I have to admit the day ran me this week.
As a result, I’ll keep it short and share a few great articles I found this week.
I hope you have a great weekend!
This episode of Rough Draft is for anyone with limited time and limited proofreading skills. Like host Demian Farnworth. There’s a common myth web writers fall for: the idea that proofreading online isn’t nearly as important as writing for print. If you believe that, you would be wrong. Proofreading is essential.
There’s an old saying that goes, “A photo GIF is worth a thousand words.” And as of today, Facebook is finally allowing users to express themselves via GIF. [Hold for applause.]
Most of us at some point in life have to stand up in front of other people and make some sort of presentation. That’s just the way it is. Whether it’s only a verbal presentation to a few people or a TED Talk with cameras and a large audience, there are some simple things to remember that will help you make as strong a presentation as possible.
In case you missed it, Google’s latest algorithm brought about the so-called “Mobilegeddon,” which punished websites who weren’t mobile-friendly. Okay, I may be exaggerating a little, but Google…