In case anyone was wondering why I’m suddenly blogging again, just take at look at your TV schedule. All my shows are on hiatus, pretty much. So, yeah. It’s this or fling myself like a helpless moth toward the yellow flickering death glow of fan fiction sites until my eyes bleed. Oops, hang on, I just need … Continue reading →
See on Scoop.it – Writing for the Web & Content Marketing The content you’re sharing from others should always be relevant to the topics you’re typically covering in healthcare professionally on Twitter and occasionally your personal interests as well. Share the articles of others, retweet the tweets of … Lola Howle‘s insight: Always stay professional, with … Continue reading →
See on Scoop.it – Writing for the Web & Content Marketing More than any other industry, bars and restaurants are perfectly positioned to take advantage of the boom in smartphone use. Lola Howle‘s insight: interesting findings, as I would have expected that MOST restaurants would want mobile sites. But the menu presentation is absolutely crucial, … Continue reading →
See on Scoop.it – Writing for the Web & Content Marketing “We know from Econsultancy’s content marketing survey … more than 90% of respondents believing at the time that content marketing will become more important over the next 12 months. Yet less than half of companies have dedicated budgets (34%) or dedicated individuals (46%) for content … Continue reading →
UPDATE: This love letter to Fringe and its fandom was written in 2010. Since then, so much has happened. The good news is, so much is still about to… The wonderful John Noble (Walter Bishop on Fringe) is currently chewing up the scenery as a baddie in Sleepy Hollow. Josh Jackson (Peter Bishop) had a … Continue reading →
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