Blogging


6 Tips to Keep Your Blog Going

07

Oct 2012

6 Tips to Keep Your Blog Going

By Rachel  Last September, I made a commitment to myself – and to my audience – to blog twice per week. That may not sound difficult being a social media professional, but like you, my clients come first so there are times when I knew that making this commitment would be a challenge. I am happy to say that, as of last week, I achieved...

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Tragedy and Community

30

Sep 2012

Tragedy and Community

Last week, I found out that the son of my first clients, Donna and Albert at Mitrani at Home, passed away in Geneva. Their son, Reuben Eli Mitrani, suffered a brain aneurysm while traveling abroad. He was only 20 years old. This news was both shocking and saddening, and I send my deepest condolences to Donna and Albert. Reuben in his playhouse, July 1993 As...

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The Three Important Fundamentals for a Business Website

19

Aug 2012

The Three Important Fundamentals for a Business Website

By Ric Albano I’ve come across a lot of situations with new clients where they are having trouble getting access to their existing source files or getting their current providers to cooperate in many ways.  So I’m share three business fundamentals that should be established when starting a website. 1. Establish Ownership. The first and most important one of these principals is to own everything...

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Social Media and Traditional News: There’s a Place for Both

12

Aug 2012

Social Media and Traditional News: There’s a Place for Both

This summer, the USA Network is running a limited series event called Political Animals.  When I was in college I really enjoyed the television series The West Wing and this show reminds me of that witty, behind-the-scenes view of the White House. One of the main characters (or political animals) is a newspaper journalist for the Washington Globe, covering the female Secretary of State (played...

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Independence Day Has Personal Meaning: A Look Back at Two Years of Business

03

Jul 2012

Independence Day Has Personal Meaning: A Look Back at Two Years of Business

By Rachel While our nation celebrates its independence, I’m having a “career freedom” celebration of my own.  Around this time two years ago, I took a leap of faith to be my own boss and start my business.  It was the one of the best decisions I’ve ever made and I’ve enjoyed sharing my experiences with my readers. To celebrate, I thought I would give...

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