Monthly Archive:: July 2013

18.9% of the web powered by WordPress but danger lies ahead

WordPress continues its climb as the leading free CMS on the Web today as outlined by Automattic founder Matt Mullenweg in his keynote address at this past weekend’s  WordCamp San Francisco conference. Mullenweg says that the blogging platform is now powering 18.9 percent of the Web, a 2.2 point increase from 2012. WordPress’s evolution as ...Read More
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Mobile Monday Accelerator Program provides fresh meat for industry

Thanks to the magnanimity of Mario Tapia, mobile industry veteran and chief organizer of the Mobile Monday Silicon Valley Meetup, I was able to attend the most recent Momentum Mobile Accelerator Demo day. For the uninitiated, the Mobile Monday Accelerator Program is a twelve-week program that works to accelerate those businesses seeking ...Read More
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iPhone slays photographer! Extra, Extra, read all about it!

iPhone replaces Chicago Sun-Times photography staff Back in May, The Chicago Sun-Times axed its entire staff of 28 photographers, including a Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist. Sun-Times reporters began immediate mandatory training on “iPhone photography basics.” The Sun-Times was bleeding too much financially and cutting its photographic expertise was the easiest thing to ...Read More
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Blogging 101: Insights to capture the hearts and minds of your readers

Reach new readership and control your content Remember, above all else, in order to grow your blog, increase organic traffic, and expand readership, you must share, share, and share again your content! That was the overriding theme of the recent Social Media Marketing Monitoring Engagement Meetup held at the Microsoft store in ...Read More
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Cat videos: Romeo getting his weekly mani pedi

Romeo, our six year old cat, is getting his weekly mani pedi.   ...Read More
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How NOT to write a job description-obnoxious employer job listings

Job descriptions that make you cringe To attract top talent means carefully crafting a job description that maps out as closely as possible to the type of employee desired. Type in “how to write a job description” in Google and you’ll get more than a million search results telling you just what ...Read More
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