One afternoon, I popped into my gmail account to scan for latest emails that came in. My gmail is one of about...7 emails that I manage for myself. I run a couple of blogs, and a couple of companies. I don't filter my gmail by Promotions, Social, etc., because I like to see the latest of what's coming in as it comes.
If you open your Gmail account you may see a happy list of emails from your friends and family. The list looks clean, as if you've read and cleared up a bunch of emails and can move on to another task.
Guess who made this panic graphic...not the Tumblr/Yahoo haters, but Yahoo's CEO, Marissa Mayer. For her Tumblr blog. Which she named marissamayr.tumblr.com - misspelling her last name by dropping the "e" in keeping with Tumblr and Yahoo owned Flickr.
If I had a dollar for every small business I encouraged to create a blog, I'd be getting myself a little "high five" in the form of this sassy little puppy. But alas, I personally feel like all too often I see companies that aren't taking advantage of this powerf
Celebrities: whether they be from the big or small screen, the world of sports, musicians, dancers, models, big name bloggers or (yikes) reality stars, they aren't just pretty faces. No, these days celebrities can be brandmakers,