Facebook apologizes to a Singapore blogger after he claimed that some of his material were deleted for no apparent reason. The social media giant apologized for removing the post and said that the deleted content did not violate any of the site’s content guidelines.
As you well know, the internet is incredibly oversaturated with low quality content. It seems like every business in the world is pumping out an endless stream of noisy content, which makes it more difficult for your brand to stand out. The good news is there’s at least one reliable strategy for standing out in today’s market. [Read more…]
Every single day technology changes. With new innovations and exciting discoveries on the horizon, it is important to stay in the know, especially if you want to remain relevant. Do you know what to expect this year?
Blogging is a proven money-maker in today’s digital landscape for everyone from solopreneurs to big brands. Here are seven ways you can make money and receive real returns on your digital publishing investments. [Read more…]
It has been a longstanding debate: to use an Oxford comma or not. Personally, I don’t, but that’s the reporter in me. Many grammar experts would disagree and say the Oxford comma should always be used in formal writing.
Social media and blogging are playing an extra important role in this year’s Euro Soccer Tournament. Whether it is keeping updated on the matches while on the go, buying tickets to the various venues or reading the latest news about the rowdy fans’ shenanigans, the world is using the web to stay in the know.
As we’ve recently seen, there are some bloggers who have become completely disillusioned with the blogging industry, citing it as too staged, unoriginal, and simply a waste of time. However, this industry – when used in the right way – can be used as an unequivocal force for good. [Read more…]
If you’ve been blogging for a while, chances are you have plenty of old blog posts gathering dusts in the corners of your site. Blogging standards change daily, which means that some of your most popular past posts might not be getting you as much exposure as they could.
Once, a good blog was defined by its text alone. It didn’t matter too much what it looked like as long as it had useful information. Then the digital age exploded, and it was easier than ever to upload images onto your blog. From there, photography was not only a good idea for your blog, but it was also expected. [Read more…]