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  • Allison Prior
    Published about an hour ago
    6 Secrets to Great Paintings

    6 Secrets to Great Paintings

    It's a struggle to get a great painting, you work at it for hours even days and still can't seem to get that beautiful finished professional look, but if you do these 6 things you will be amazed at the end results and you will be proud of your work finally.
  • Sammi Curran
    Published about 2 hours ago
    Combat Writer’s Block

    Combat Writer’s Block

    NaNoWriMo is something I’ve tried to participate in every year. Every year, I fail pretty hard at even approaching that 50,000 word count we all aspire to. I pick at bits and pieces of short stories and novels, never quite hitting the mark on any of them. Now, at the halfway mark of this year, I find myself ahead of schedule in the mid to high 20k range for my word count on a novel I literally conceived on November 1st.
  • Jake Dawson
    Published a day ago
    My eCommerce Journey | Part 3 | Our First Lesson

    My eCommerce Journey | Part 3 | Our First Lesson

    It's been several weeks since I last updated this blog. A lot has been going on for me. If you read Part 1 of my eCommerce Journey, you'll know that mental health has played a large part of my year. I've been tackling it, slowly but surely.
  • Journey Scribe
    Published a day ago
    Make Money Hunting for Treasure!!! - Life of an Amazon Seller

    Make Money Hunting for Treasure!!! - Life of an Amazon Seller

    Hello, everyone! Thanks so much for checking out my new article!
  • Kevin
    Published 2 days ago
    Data & Business

    Data & Business

    Data is a vital resource available to your business. When you take time to analyze and understand the sets of data presented to you, it can greatly help your company see the success you desire. There are a number of different tactics you can consider when you want to start implementing data-driven campaigns. Give yourself a moment to look over some of these ideas and see which methods are the most sensible for your long-term business goals.
  • Rich Monetti
    Published 2 days ago
    Tribeca Resident Mirrors the Origins of Human Expression on Buildings Across New York City with His Graffiti

    Tribeca Resident Mirrors the Origins of Human Expression on Buildings Across New York City with His Graffiti

    Looking across the landscape of New York City and seeing all the graffiti on our buildings could lead to a rather low born opinion. The idle minds behind the scrawls carry a mentality not much more evolved than those of a Neanderthal. 86 year old Robert Janz of Tribeca counts himself among NYC artists who add to the scenery and would not only consider the critique a compliment but sees the perception as pretty insightful.
Staff Picks
  • Sara Robards
    Published 13 days ago
    How to Make Money from Social Media

    How to Make Money from Social Media

    Is the nine-to-five office grind not for you? Looking for creative ways to make money? In the new world of social media-obsessed millennials, social platforms offer many creative roles that could mean turning your hobby into a career. Doing what you love could be easier than you think, and you don’t even need to leave the house to do so. Here’s how to make money from social media.
  • Jord Tury
    Published 20 days ago
    Vocal's Voice

    Vocal's Voice

    I'd like to make it clear that at no point have Vocal asked me to write this. I haven't been asked to promote the site for extra special goodies nor have they gone out of their way to locate me for any specific reason. I am, in fact, just writing directly from the heart, as one creator to another. And if this does result in a cheeky bonus, then cheers, Vocal. Mine's a JD and Coke.
  • Walter Rhein
    Published 2 months ago
    How to Get More Views on Your Vocal Stories

    How to Get More Views on Your Vocal Stories

    You've written a great article, but how do you get the world to pay attention?
  • Aaron Dennis
    Published 4 months ago
    You Can’t Buy Internet Success—Part Deux

    You Can’t Buy Internet Success—Part Deux

    A little while ago, I posted an article about how content creators can’t buy internet success. You can find that article here.
  • Milcah Halili Centeno
    Published 6 months ago
    How to Get a Job as a Web Developer

    How to Get a Job as a Web Developer

    Job searching sucks. It's probably one of the most challenging, and if you're like me, depressing experiences you'll go through. This is especially true if you're entering a new industry, or if you're seeking a job with a higher salary. It's a roller coaster ride, to say the least.This is why I decided to become a teaching assistant for a web development boot camp early in my software engineer career. I know what it's like to feel imposter syndrome, to be rejected by companies you passionately want to work for, and to doubt your ability to get hired in tech. In this article I’ll cover:
  • D.S. Fisichella
    Published 7 months ago
    Why My Fantasy World Includes Suicidality and Other Sad Stuff

    Why My Fantasy World Includes Suicidality and Other Sad Stuff

    Where do movie makers get their ideas for the next blockbuster?Writers.How do the news get to our Facebook timeline?Writers.How do we decide which new diet to follow, or what new habit to start? Probably an article or a blog written by... yep, you guessed it.
Featured Collections
Advice
  • Allison Prior
    Published about an hour ago
    6 Secrets to Great Paintings

    6 Secrets to Great Paintings

    It's a struggle to get a great painting, you work at it for hours even days and still can't seem to get that beautiful finished professional look, but if you do these 6 things you will be amazed at the end results and you will be proud of your work finally.
  • Sammi Curran
    Published about 2 hours ago
    Combat Writer’s Block

    Combat Writer’s Block

    NaNoWriMo is something I’ve tried to participate in every year. Every year, I fail pretty hard at even approaching that 50,000 word count we all aspire to. I pick at bits and pieces of short stories and novels, never quite hitting the mark on any of them. Now, at the halfway mark of this year, I find myself ahead of schedule in the mid to high 20k range for my word count on a novel I literally conceived on November 1st.
  • Damien Justus
    Published 4 days ago
    Effective Ways to Train New Employees

    Effective Ways to Train New Employees

    Although you may be pleased because you’ve found the perfect new hire to fill a pivotal role on your team, the selection process is only half the battle. In order for your new employee to acclimate to the workplace and successfully contribute to the group, it’s vital that he receives the proper training. With sufficient education, resources and leadership, your newest staff member will become a seasoned veteran in no time.
Business
  • Kevin
    Published 2 days ago
    Data & Business

    Data & Business

    Data is a vital resource available to your business. When you take time to analyze and understand the sets of data presented to you, it can greatly help your company see the success you desire. There are a number of different tactics you can consider when you want to start implementing data-driven campaigns. Give yourself a moment to look over some of these ideas and see which methods are the most sensible for your long-term business goals.
  • Digvijay Upadhyay
    Published 4 days ago
    Learn How to Prepare for Web Designing Meetings with Clients

    Learn How to Prepare for Web Designing Meetings with Clients

    Congrats, you are successfully through that “pitching for hire web designer, portfolio sharing, or maybe contract signing” phase. And have triumphed in convincing a client for a front-end meeting to discuss on their website designing exact requirements. Now you have to prepare for the big meeting where you are going to sit, talk to that client. Extracting all their project’s specifications, expectations, objectives to design a website that could standout & drive extreme value to their brand. If that’s the case, Kudos to you!
  • Lucas H. Parker
    Published 5 days ago
    What Is the Difference Between Factoring and Invoice Discounting?

    What Is the Difference Between Factoring and Invoice Discounting?

    If you want to get the best result with your company, you need to utilize every tool and weapon in your arsenal. You also need to be properly informed of the options and elements you have at your disposal. For this reason, we suggest you educate yourself on the difference between factoring and invoice discounting.
Career
  • Journey Scribe
    Published a day ago
    Make Money Hunting for Treasure!!! - Life of an Amazon Seller

    Make Money Hunting for Treasure!!! - Life of an Amazon Seller

    Hello, everyone! Thanks so much for checking out my new article!
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published 4 days ago
    How to Choose a Job That's Right for You

    How to Choose a Job That's Right for You

    Finding a job is one thing. Finding a job that suits you (and that you’ll love), is something else completely. Sure, you might be able to fill a certain position in the “help wanted” section. If you don’t enjoy the job, however, your overall happiness is likely to suffer. Job dissatisfaction can even impact your health.
  • Himi
    Published 6 days ago
    Loving the Delete Button

    Loving the Delete Button

    I’m getting quite a bit of enjoyment deleting influencers and laptop lifestylers off my Instagram account. They just don’t do it for me. I didn’t even know how most of them got there in the first place. Then I remembered some years ago I clicked on a post claiming to ‘boost your followers for free.’ Which did the opposite. Made me a follower of hundreds of profiles for free. What a sucker. At least I know I’m not the only one 🤣
Celebrities
  • Sunshine Lee
    Published 3 months ago
    Robert Lanthier of the Reel Cowboys

    Robert Lanthier of the Reel Cowboys

    A long, long time ago, I was a child actress. It was the late 1950s to the early 1960s. I actually worked on shows such as Bonanza, (with Chuck McCann), Rifleman (with Johnny Crawford and Chuck Connors), Andy Griffith, Bozo the Clown, etc., along with commercials like "Chatty Cathy" (with Maureen McCormick), "Actionware" (with Dian Van Patten), etc. That was such a fun time for me.
  • T.P Schofield
    Published 5 months ago
    Celebrity Hire

    Celebrity Hire

    A decade ago, the very idea of being able to hire a celebrity would have been deemed laughable. For so long, Hollywood A-Lister's, iconic musicians, and legendary sportspeople have lived and worked in their own "celebrity bubble." Loyal fans would wait in their masses to catch a brief glance of their idol. Queuing for hours on end, whatever the weather for a quick sighting of their own personal demagogue. All a bit ridiculous if you ask me, but whatever floats your boat.
  • David Wyld
    Published 10 months ago
    Everybody Has a Plan Until They Get Punched in the Mouth

    Everybody Has a Plan Until They Get Punched in the Mouth

    "Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth..."
Economy
  • Aapki News
    Published 2 months ago
    No, Beximco Did Not Take Unfair Advantage from the Bangladesh Bank

    No, Beximco Did Not Take Unfair Advantage from the Bangladesh Bank

    Beximco Group is one of the leading companies in Bangladesh. It is pioneer of many business ventures, it created corporate culture, it ensured huge employment, and it contributed immensely to the economy. But no, it did not take any unfair advantages from the Bangladesh Bank by any means. The company is doing business according to the book.
  • Kevin
    Published 4 months ago
    How Technology and Business Make the Perfect Couple
  • Kamari Grace
    Published 6 months ago
    Millennials and the Sharing Economy

    Millennials and the Sharing Economy

    Sharing your life with strangers is an important part of building the economy. The sharing economy involves freelance work often facilitated by a larger company that can choose who works for them, and sometimes supervises transactions between customers and workers. Companies such as Uber, Lyft, and Airbnb, which encourage the social economy, have become very popular recently. With the rise of the internet, and advancements in app development, the ability to do freelance work is at an all-time high. The sharing economy comes more naturally to younger generations, because of the fact that they have grown up always having the internet. It is also a point in time for generations, typically Millennials, and the earlier members of Generation Z, that they may not be completely settled into the job they ideally want, and they probably do not have complete financial stability, so being able to easily make money while working another job, or studying in college is appealing to them. When thinking about anything, you should always consider both the benefits, and the detriments, especially when it comes to the economy. The most prominent argument people have against the sharing economy is that it is taking us away from more traditional businesses, however, there is always going to be a demand for both. I strongly believe that the sharing economy is improving the economy as a whole.
Fact Or Fiction
History
  • Jerry Winkley
    Published 2 months ago
    Uncommonly Impressive (Ep. 3)

    Uncommonly Impressive (Ep. 3)

    My how the trends change. We live in a world where popular things seem to die off it just a couple of years anymore. I mean, nobody has Myspace anymore, Facebook is pretty much only used for political memes and yard sales, and YouTube is filled with tutorials on semi popular video games.
  • Osei Agyemang
    Published 5 months ago
    From a Mere Trading Company to Ruling Over Large Parts of India?

    From a Mere Trading Company to Ruling Over Large Parts of India?

    Company executives have a great responsibility in controlling it. This is not as easy as managing a small business. This event is for a company that humbly began through the ranks to control not just a state, but nations as well. It was simply beghasting!. The Honorary British East India Company was a young partner in the trading network of the 18th century Persianate centered North India Empire. At first it was a private enterprise, and gradually it became involved in the politics of intensity on the subcontinent. The company started at a store in Mayfair London with a businessman named Sanjiv.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published about a year ago
    Why Are You Ranking: Best Defunct Websites That Paid for Content Listed from Cash Poor to Internet Wealthy

    Why Are You Ranking: Best Defunct Websites That Paid for Content Listed from Cash Poor to Internet Wealthy

    For over a decade now, the web has revolutionized lives for the good of individuals. Now, you can order pizza, a ride, transfer money, conduct video conferences with friends, and much more, all with a few swipes of a finger on a smartphone or other device. But what has not been spoken of or written about as much are the sites that paid for content. User or contributor or partner generated content has been the little secret that no one discusses about the internet. It is a conundrum wrapped in a riddled sprinkled with mystery to most folks. While gaming apps reap in billions of dollars for their makers, the sites that pay (or paid) for material have been relegated to the corner of the digital space. Names that when you speak of them to the layperson, usually draw faces of confusion or even wonder. Few news outlets have spoken of these now deceased sites and the people who possessed the opportunity to spread the message of the goodness of these sites didn’t have too much time as they changed business models, saw absorption into other companies, or found themselves rendered obsolete altogether. But the men and women who saw something curious in the universe said: this internet thing is a huge bank for the yacht-sized companies that have docked here. Why can’t people with a passion for writing or video be compensated for their efforts in these speedboats? Behemoths like YouTube have taken the model to greater heights but few other sites can boast their numbers. Salutes to these people who saw something of value remain in order. So, if you’ve heard of or never heard of the following sites on this list you can still grab your RevTags and SpyMac “Leapfrog” redesign for Why Are You Ranking: Best Defunct Websites That Paid for Content Listed from Cash Poor to Internet Wealthy.
How To
  • Jake Dawson
    Published a day ago
    My eCommerce Journey | Part 3 | Our First Lesson

    My eCommerce Journey | Part 3 | Our First Lesson

    It's been several weeks since I last updated this blog. A lot has been going on for me. If you read Part 1 of my eCommerce Journey, you'll know that mental health has played a large part of my year. I've been tackling it, slowly but surely.
  • Miranda Harquin
    Published 11 days ago
    Millennial: My Secret to Sell

    Millennial: My Secret to Sell

    My secret to selling. I don’t feel like I have enough experience or knowledge to title this “secret to selling,” I don’t know what exactly works about this formula, but I have a vague idea and information that may get someone closer to pinning a new strategy, their strategy.
  • Linda Reed-Enever
    Published 14 days ago
    Making the Most of Facebook Groups

    Making the Most of Facebook Groups

    Facebook groups are a great way to network and grow your business online. They are often run by members of the group community who give up their time to help other group members converse, share interests and connect.
Humanity
  • That One Barista
    Published 7 days ago
    I Needed You to Find Myself

    I Needed You to Find Myself

    Heartbreak of any kind can be like getting dealt a bad hand in any card game. Heartbreak from friendships, relationships or even memories. I think people would never think of having a heartbreak from a memory. But when I listen to Selena Gomez's new song, I think of the heartbreak from a two and a half year relationship that I had with coffee, aka my old job. I saw the signs that it was not going to be my forever, I gave it my all by memorizing all of this towns' coffee orders. I needed to lose that job to find myself, and realize my worth in anything. I would've never honestly thought about losing that job would be as hard as it was. I loved, breathed and dreamt about that job. It was my everything, and everyone around me knew it. When I lost the job, I cried the whole way home, and had no idea what I was going to do with the rest of my life. I contemplated so many job ideas, and nothing honestly made any sense. I had finally gotten a job at a local grocery store, that led me to meeting whom I call my "little sister," and a few other amazing people. After that job, I never in a million years would think I would go back to making coffee for people. But here I am, waking up early again to make people coffee, and loving every moment of it. Yes, waking up at 2:30 in the morning two days a week to open is exhausting, but my coworkers make it worth it. We never honestly realize how much we see certain people during the week until we really think about it. We see our coworkers around 20-40 hours a week, and sometimes that is more than we see our own family. When coming into this job that I have now, the beginning was exactly like my first job, and I saw the signs this time, but handled it in a completely different way; and for that I am completely proud of myself. My first job taught me a lot of things, and for that I am forever grateful but the one thing it didn't teach me, was how to lose the first love of your life. In the end, it did; but not for a very long time. Even to this day, my Timehop is of memories of that job, and I am continuing to choose to not dwell on the past; but man, did I miss a lot of the signs... Being a barista for two and a half years at a place where dreams were made to come true, was exhilarating in some parts. Holiday launches were fun because the flavors to this day are my favorite. Chestnut Praline in my Chai will forever be my staple now. I learned how to work, how to be independent in my own worth and about friendships. I will never forget the friendships I thought I had. But those friendships taught me for future friendships that were similar, and boy do circles just keep going sometimes. I think the thing I miss most is the connections I made with certain customers, and to this day—I will never forget them. This job will forever be apart of who I am, and who I was. Dealing with this heartbreak has not been the easiest, but I am making it. Strides everyday, and every moment. I have some of the best coworkers at my job now, and I am forever thankful for that. Being a barista for some people is just a paycheck, but for me it will always be about connections with people just by handcrafting a beverage or handing them a coffee. I am forever meant to be a barista, and I am thankful God has shown me that. Here's to the heartbreak of my first love, and to many more, but in that it is more of a lesson than anything. I needed to lose that job, to find my true calling—and no matter what I am thankful to be a barista
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 11 days ago
    Most Advantaged

    Most Advantaged

    The signs read mainly the same thing. “God Bless,” “Anything Will Help,” and “Thank You.” Some were funny. Those sign holders seemed to get the most alms. One read “Why lie? I need a beer,” and yet another reads “Give me weed.” The bitter winter wind blew gusts in their faces. That holder raked in the even more spare change. The holders lined up along the street sitting on their sneakers like ogling, crouching statues with their hands on their placards. Tongues dry and cracked and faces scorched from the sun made the way from downtown Newark a challenge for the young business professionals that populated this part of town. Techies who drove to work with plaid shirts and six hundred thousand dollar expense cards passed these men and women on the regular. Most of them gave the standard, cookie cutter answer, “Get a job.” One particular woman, Kenisha Fender, took the time to appraise each sign. Her oak colored skin and her flowing locks made her unmistakable as her company’s CFO.
  • Katrina Julia
    Published about a month ago
    Transformation Is Required to Create a Life and Business You Love

    Transformation Is Required to Create a Life and Business You Love

    I’m sharing highlights from my transformation story, and how I am creating FIT Life Creation and the community. I’m sharing how transformation is required to create a life and business you love, too.
Industry
  • Rachael A.
    Published 2 days ago
    Transcription Company Rev Slashes Pay for Gig Workers

    Transcription Company Rev Slashes Pay for Gig Workers

    There is a long history of companies exploiting workers through mistreatment and low pay, and this is unquestionably true of online companies employing freelancers and gig workers. Instacart recently inspired strikes from its workers due to declining tips, and earlier this year both Lyft and Uber were at the center of worker strikes due to complaints of about pay and unreasonable hours. (Mohan 2019) A new addition to this line of problematic companies is Rev, which employs gig workers for transcription, captioning, and translation jobs.
  • Maria Jones
    Published 3 days ago
    Digital Marketing Assignment Help Explained Here Deals Both, the Nuances of Digital and Marketing!

    Digital Marketing Assignment Help Explained Here Deals Both, the Nuances of Digital and Marketing!

    Before you confuse Digital Marketing Assignments Help with Marketing Assignment Help, here is a summary of what the former does. Foremost, Digital Marketing has a lot in common with connecting through social media mobiles and computers. There are several assignment experts being available online, it's very hard to come by a genuine assignment service to answer simple questions.
  • MarCom Guys
    Published 4 days ago
    Things to Consider Before Outsourcing SEO

    Things to Consider Before Outsourcing SEO

    SEO is important, complicated, and time-consuming. It is similar to investing and requires you to make the right decision to see results. If you are a smart marketer, you have already narrowed down the options available and chosen to outsource SEO to an expert.
Interview
  • Bridgett Leslie
    Published 30 days ago
    Chausson d’Or Ballerina Gracefully En Pointe

    Chausson d’Or Ballerina Gracefully En Pointe

    Nina Tonoli is one step away from becoming a Principal Ballerina. The Belgian born soloist has trained her body to be a storyteller for over a decade now. For her dedication, she’s earned the Special Prize Chausson d’Or in Paris and the Award of Excellence in Dance from the Royal Ballet School in London. Ballet and purpose met early for the 25-year-old. “At 10 years old, I went to a local ballet school to do my first ballet class. Since then, I’ve never stopped.” Nina’s first performance was Sleeping Beauty where she played a dwarf. Today she dances for the Dutch National Ballet.
  • Aaron Dennis
    Published 2 months ago
    An Interview with Anne Tibbets

    An Interview with Anne Tibbets

    Greetings, readers. Some of you are old fans. Some of you are brand new. I’m going to perform a psychic trick and say that most of you are writers!
  • Bobby Tequila
    Published 2 months ago
    A Sweet Fire in the Eye

    A Sweet Fire in the Eye

    When it comes to digital art, I want to make sure that everyone identifies what Robert Wilson and his Artstellations brand brings to the table. Yes, there is great detail, and there is a textured dedication that can be recognized in his work, but what is not known is that Robert is also a full time active duty soldier in our military defending our great country everyday. With the world everchanging with politics, Robert still makes a point to create, and it’s in digital art that you will see him shine.
List
  • Carl Ellis
    Published 4 days ago
    Client or Agency-Side? Five Factors to Consider First

    Client or Agency-Side? Five Factors to Consider First

    Regardless of the industry you choose, or those that you may skip, hop and stumble into along your way, it is inevitable to encounter people and processes that are at best tolerable, at worst drive you to the brink of a nervous breakdown. Yes, Karen from Finance, we are looking at you.
  • Olivia Picton
    Published 22 days ago
    6 Reasons People Love Working from Home

    6 Reasons People Love Working from Home

    Working from home has become increasingly popular thanks to recent advances in technology. It's easier than ever to telecommute either full or part time. All you need is a laptop and internet access. More people are choosing to leave the corporate office as more and more work from home jobs become available. While working from home comes with its own set of challenges, the pros seem to far outweigh the cons. Here are just a few reasons why you might want to consider working from home for your next job.
  • Keran Mourning
    Published 23 days ago
    7 Interesting Jobs for College Graduates

    7 Interesting Jobs for College Graduates

    So, how will you land a job with only your degree in hand? Well, your first position does not have to be your dream college career. Not every new graduate is lucky to find a stable, well-paying job immediately. Remember, this could be your first of many jobs. So, instead of beating yourself up, focus on building your experience. These numerous temporary jobs that you are doing right now will pay off. They will lead you to your ideal job.
Literature
  • Aaron Dennis
    Published 10 days ago
    How Should I Edit My Story?

    How Should I Edit My Story?

    Writers come in different shapes and sizes. Some of us write as much as we can in one day, never counting the words, and taking a day or two off to percolate. Some of us make certain to follow a stringent routine of no less than 2,000 words a day. Whatever works for you works for you, but after a novel has been written, it's imperative to edit that novel.
  • David Alexander English
    Published 2 months ago
    Enoch

    Enoch

    Chapter/Episode ONE of ENOCH—The Movie—A Work In Progress—from ENOCH the Metaphysical Novel by David Alexanders English (C2018) The inspiration for this work has always been the incredible story of Enoch. There has been so much mystique and misunderstanding around this character down through the years. It is a wonder and a testament that this singular figure holds such a revered and curious place in the fascination of so many thinking people of all cultural traditions to this day, regardless of whatever belief system to which one subscribes. The goal was to humanize this character; by positing the notion: what if he really existed; then envisioning, fleshing out how might his story have actually occurred.
  • Rosanna Teale
    Published 3 months ago
    The View from the Dog House (Pt. 7)

    The View from the Dog House (Pt. 7)

    Some authors write in a particular genre and all their work relates to that genre. Crime, horror, fantasy, sci-fi, romance—these spring to mind instantly. When asked, she who thinks she must be obeyed at all times says she writes character driven fiction. However, within this you have a whole raft of themes.
Social Media
  • Marquis M
    Published 9 days ago
    Mind-Blowing & Essential Social Media Marketing Tips New Startups Must Use

    Mind-Blowing & Essential Social Media Marketing Tips New Startups Must Use

    The trends in creating startup companies nowadays have evolved. With the way our technology has impacted our daily lives, it’s only fitting for every entrepreneur to think of innovative ways to market their brand and reach out to as many potential customers as possible. With the internet, social media and the many communication apps that are abound in our technological world, businesses now have a variety of ways to promote their brand to the public. And if you are thinking about some amazing marketing strategies that you can pull off for your startup company, here are some tips that you might want to take into consideration.
  • Thomas Wright
    Published 12 days ago
    Background Checks Using Social Media Sites

    Background Checks Using Social Media Sites

    In recent years, employers have even taken to monitoring social media accounts of their present employees on an on-going basis. We've all heard recent news stories of various people whose unsavory online behavior has cost them their job. Some employers can make a case for this being a justified measure, such as in industries that are PR-sensitive, or individuals who have a high media exposure. In some cases, employee harassment online can result in liability for the company that keeps the offending individual employed.
  • Sara Robards
    Published 13 days ago
    How to Make Money from Social Media

    How to Make Money from Social Media

    Is the nine-to-five office grind not for you? Looking for creative ways to make money? In the new world of social media-obsessed millennials, social platforms offer many creative roles that could mean turning your hobby into a career. Doing what you love could be easier than you think, and you don’t even need to leave the house to do so. Here’s how to make money from social media.