Imagine Twitter, Google Hangouts, YouTube, webinars, and reality talk television all rolled into one and you have a notion of social media’s newest platform, Blab. Blab launched in beta about three months ago and already geeks, nerds, social media specialists and technophiles have flocked to Blab and are blabbing about –well, everything.
Blab is a live streaming video platform that allows [...]
I left my house this morning to drop the kids off at school with my three essentials - my phone, my keys, and my coffee. My purse takes second place to my phone. If I get really desperate and run out of coffee, there's an app for that. We're in the digital age and I'm riding the wave just like anyone else. With three children that I do not want hooked on devices, it's important for me [...]
As the light shifts across my kitchen table and our 1970’s summer comes to an end, I hold myself with certain sadness, mindfully aware of the changing seasons and routine. It has been a summer of wins for our family. We successfully pulled off a family digital detox with a flashback in time to the 1970’s when kids could just be kids and free play all day long. Tuesday is back to [...]
Blabbing About Blab
Here’s the simple skinny:
All you need is a Twitter account. If you don’t have one, create one. It’s very simple. Click here for instructions. Then:
Go to Blab.im where you can follow me and you will get the directions to sign up for the platform.
Click SUBSCRIBE to join scheduled Blabs. You can join any Blab this way. At showtime, [...]
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Here's Mike's latest awesome post:
How To Tackle Your To Do List [...]
Periscope is a free live video streaming app, like an Instagram of live streaming, offering users the real time opportunity to see the world through the eyes of someone else. To be honest, I haven't yet jumped onto the Periscope bandwagon. I’m doing what is generally referred to as ‘lurking’ by signing into the app and watching livecasts (or “scopes” as they’re called) from around [...]
How does a tech-savvy, social media marketer, suburban mom of three kids happen upon a technology-free 1970’s summer in the middle of the twenty-first century?
That’s a question Social Chick, Karina Cebuliak asked herself and the result goes a little something like this:
“In the Spring I attended a digital detox retreat called the Joy of Missing Out. It was inspired by the book [...]
Are you familiar with the term dark social?
While you might think it refers to the shadowy side of social media and Internet use, it is actually a term coined in 2012 by Alexis C. Madrigal, a senior editor at The Atlantic, to refer to the sharing of content that occurs outside of what is measured by web analytics programs.
Examples of dark social include links copied and pasted into emails, [...]
In a recent interview on Motherpreneur TV, Maple Ridge’s Christina Waschko asked: “How do you choose the right social media platform for your business?”
My answer to this, as it is with many social media questions is: It depends.
There are two things that are important to consider before choosing a platform for your business. The first one is your capacity to deliver on that [...]
MISSION: Show up in style to Social Media Camp.
ACTION PLAN: Hire Brianna Carson of What Would Audrey Wear? for a wardrobe analysis and action plan for a mindfully crafted professional wardrobe.
RESULT: More than I bargained for & a lesson in what scares me about shining like a star.
This year I had the lucky fortune of getting acquainted with a personal style coach. That's right, [...]