How can social media help you? Social media helps you build an online community, or as Seth Godin would put it, a tribe. Social media channels give you the opportunity to ask for opinions, converse, invite, share, and contribute. It also helps create avenues for avid customers to help spread the word about your awesome products and services. It can be overwhelming though, so where do you begin?
Month: August 2010
I have collected 8 online photo editing websites that can be useful for simple to advanced editing, from red-eye removal or even complicated layer masking techniques.These photo editing websites can also be your back up just in case you are on a business trip and you don’t have your fancy copy of Photoshop to create and present an idea to a client – or maybe you just need to edit some summer photos to upload to Facebook. Either way, check it out and have fun!
Eight track players, slide rules and 45 rpm records have all become subjects of trivia questions as a result of new technology. Are printed telephone directories, newspapers and fax machines next?
Did you know that there are four times the number of cell phones in the world compared to PCs?1 And that 20% of U.S. households have gone mobile-only for their phone lines? There’s no doubt about it, mobile and smartphone users are growing monthly.
I have collected 10 surreal photo manipulation tutorials that can help you to get your ideas flowing. Have fun and be creative in painting your dream world!
Labor Day is right around the corner, do you have plans? Time to plan your end-of-summer celebration! As a perpetual-yet-purely-non-professional party planner myself, I always find grandiose new ideas I want to try or delicious little new foods I want to make for my guests, but I always run into the same problem… I run out of time. Some of you might be saying, ‘Candie, how can you run out of time when you plan each event months in advance!?!’ LOL, I say this to myself every time too! I’ve found that it’s not the planning that needs more time, it’s the preparation, and there’s not much wiggle room there, since most is done the day of a party. So I’ve learned to simplify each idea into under 3 steps and under 10 minutes, with easy instructions that I can delegate.