Reflections


The Top Blog Posts of 2018

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Dec 2018

The Top Blog Posts of 2018

There’s no better way to wrap 2018 than by sharing the top blog posts of the year. Check out the top three reads from 2018 on the #Strella Social Media blog. Number 3. 10 Social Media Pet Peeves That Can Squash Your Professional Reputation. From what people want to post online to unworldly expectations about outcomes, we’ve encountered some sticky and frustrating situations. This post...

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It’s OK to Question Authority

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Dec 2018

It’s OK to Question Authority

When I was in high school, my German teacher (who was also my Holocaust Studies teacher) said always to question authority. She didn’t mean to do so in a belligerent or disrespectful way, but she wanted us to know it’s alright to be curious. It’s OK to question the powers that be when something doesn’t make sense to us or if a directive seems out...

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Honor Veterans Today and Every Day

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Nov 2018

Honor Veterans Today and Every Day

November is the month to give thanks, which is why it’s fitting that Veterans Day falls during this time. I am thankful for veterans, especially my Father, a disabled Army veteran. He believes in our country and he is willing to die to defend it. The military honor instilled in him carried over to our family life. We had only a few rules: honor our...

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Has Social Media Gone to the Dogs? Maybe, But It’s Not All Bad.

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Nov 2018

Has Social Media Gone to the Dogs? Maybe, But It’s Not All Bad.

Social media platforms, as effective as they are at keeping people connected and giving brands a way to build awareness and trust, sometimes (too often) become hostile environments. People vent and launch virtual attacks against one another when they don’t share the same views. From religion to sexuality to sports to politics to just about everything else…online brutality ensues as friends, neighbors, family members, and...

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