“I am what I am an’ I’m not ashamed.”
Many beginning bloggers turn to the image search in Google. But pictures found in this way are almost always subject to restrictive copyright terms.
Creative Commons was created as an alternative to restrictive copyright laws and allows authors and creators (of images, animations, music, and more) to license their works for distribution and further use.
In this blog post, we’ll explain what each Creative Commons license means, how to search for images under these licenses, and how to attribute images that were published under one of these licenses to the original author.
For more than a decade I’ve been obsessed about how and why just a few companies, products, or ideas take off and people talk about them while most just don’t generate any interest. The idea of “Word of Mouth” is fascinating! But how can we harness this phenomenon?
Nearly a decade ago, I studied the Word of Mouth phenomenon and wrote a book about it. “World Wide Rave: Creating Triggers that Get Millions of People to Spread Your Ideas and Share Your Stories”
Wondering how to optimize your marketing images for different social media platforms? Looking for a guide to help you make sure your image dimensions are correct?
In this article, you’ll discover a guide to the optimal image sizes for nine of the top social media networks.
6 Secrets to Finishing What You Start [Online Marketing Made Easy]
Even the most vigilant goal-setters have been known to stumble when approaching the finish line, but my guest today, Jon Acuff – entrepreneur, New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, and popular speaker, has cracked the code on how to SIGNIFICANTLY increase your chances of FINISHING what you start, and you’re going to be pleasantly surprised to hear how to make it happen.
In writing his most recent book Finish: Give Yourself The Gift of Done, Jon commissioned a study where nearly 900 people were studied for six months to figure out what really works, and what doesn’t when it comes to being able to finish what you start.
Jon breaks his findings down into six areas with an overriding theme of embracing imperfection throughout (ugh! This is gonna be hard for some of us…).
Heard in the Facebook Group
QUESTION: What kind of tracking/measuring/reporting do you do on social media and other web presences? I need to do a better job of reporting to my head of school and the board on our online efforts. Anyone have any great templates or programs to share? Thanks!!!!