Australian blogger, Belle Gibson has built quite the following after claiming that natural remedies cured her from a terminal cancer diagnosis. Gibson is know facing severe legal consequences and financial penalties after admitting it was all a lie.
Laura Lian is known as a “shameless” Chinese blogger. Known for her satirical articles, her WeChat blogging career has led her to quit her day job and rely on her blog to make her at least $7,000 a month. However, it all seemed to come crashing down with just one post. [Read more…]
Last year brought tons of innovative tech trends that changed the business of blogging, content and social marketing. From 5G connectivity to smarter smartphones, it is important to be prepared for these trends to stay on top of your game. Falling behind the crowd can mean big losses in profit and a huge drop in productivity. As 2016 flies by, it is bring plenty of new tech trends with it. Make sure you are ready and don’t get left in the virtual dust.
One Algerian blogger has been sentenced to prison time after being found guilty for insulting Algerian president Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
There are many bloggers out there, but very few can say they have earned millions by being a blogger alone. Johnny Ward, the “million dollar blogger” is part of the elite few that is enjoying a lucrative living from his website. The 29-year-old is the founder of OneStep4ward, a popular travel blog. Ward belongs to a handful of travel bloggers that are currently making six figures for sharing their passion for traveling the world.
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.
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?
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.