It’s time for brands to quit wasting time on Facebook. Its familiarity is comforting, but the results for brands are not. What to do instead?
The marketplace is so crowded with content and platforms for sharing and communicating. Choice is a powerful thing. But it can leave little space for the creative ideas that are waiting to bubble up.
You won’t be noticed, much less discovered—there is too much competition from the entire global community for your one little drop in the big web bucket to get found. Instead, start local, where your roots are.
Being a publisher lets me do what I love to do: write, paint, photograph, read, design, learn, share, repeat.
Thanks to a new iPhone app by John Saddington called Pressgram, creatives are able to publish their own images directly to their blogs and — here’s the big concept — maintain ownership of them, by sharing on a platform that […]
Dear Diary, Just between you and me, I’m feeling a bit unloyal to Twitter, now that the sexy new Google+ is strutting his stuff. Please please don’t share this with Twitter. I’ve been having a blast with Twitter ever since Facebook and I broke […]
Your image is your brand: what you present is what you become known for. You must guard your image, nurture it and tend to it. Here’s how.
After celebrating our three-year anniversary, I’m still as madly, deeply head-over-heels with Twitter as ever.