Entries Tagged 'Social Media' ↓
June 12th, 2016 — Creative, Marketing, Social Media, Tools, Tools
Creating graphics, cool graphics with impact along with providing valuable information is what makes may websites pop, as well as return visitors are a frequent occurrence. In the past you had to be an Adobe Illustrator expert with great patience as well as other content at times. Today there are many places where you just plop in the content and the chart is made, you then modify some of the elements to make it work for you.
This CSS-Jquery charts provides a list of 40 such places. Again, some of these will be simple, others will require a bit of work, but the results in any case will be so pretty nest stuff.
June 9th, 2016 — Articles, Social Media, Uses
Depending on how many hours you are putting in for a “day’s” work this could mean 20% maybe more. For those counting that’s one and a half hours and bit more. Or think 120 minutes would be two hours.
Depending on what we are doing its really a productive time or a big waste/fun time where your boss may not be that happy. There are many platforms, and many also drive off of others. We can often just login with a Twitter, LinkedIN or Facebook account.
These logins types of logins each have their own benefits as well as potential downfalls. But what it does show is the blending of business, comrades, clients and more together. Something that you need to keep an eye on.
February 19th, 2016 — Business, Marketing, Social Media
I’ve posted a new article on my LinkedIn area about the importance of having a counterpoint friendship and feedback within your organization.
Too often we rely only on our own knowledge or those closely around us. While we may be getting good results they would be better if we examined the other side. This is something Justice Scalia did very well when discussing issues with his colleagues. I should also add that I rarely agreed with the way the Justice voted, but know it would of been a great experience debating the issue at hand.
I humbly present the article, Scalia and Ginsburg – A Business Lesson .
January 22nd, 2016 — Articles, Marketing, SEO, Social Media, WordPress
Your WordPress website looks sharp and you are generating views. The theme is perfect and you even have another waiting for the next rollout. But is it attracting the eyes you want. Sometimes we want more local and so there are tweaks to be made.
This article goes into step by step details on what is needed. It starts with your content and goes from there. If you need any help with these or putting together the plan let me know.
July 18th, 2014 — Articles, Business, Legal, Securuty, Social Media, Twitter, Twitter
So who gets what when you die is something we think about now and then. This article, from a while back, talks about all that other stuff you may not think about..like tweets, domains, all that fun stuff.
April 21st, 2014 — Articles, Social Media, Twitter
Change is coming to your Twitter profile. Big, beautiful change. Twitter is currently rolling out a profile redesign to all users, a redesign that puts an even greater emphasis on the great Twitter content that you share and one that provides some bonus opportunities to make a branding splash.
April 10th, 2014 — Articles, Business, Education, Health, Marketing, Social Media, Tools
img src=”http://paulvalach.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/264870_199602020090913_104035509647565_605908_4268328_n-150×150.jpg” alt=”So… care to comment?” width=”150″ height=”150″ class=”size-thumbnail wp-image-127″ /> So… care to comment?Found a new resource to create visual maps. This one is actually dynamic and shows the Fitch Rating of every country. Comes from HERE (http://chartsbin.com/) where you can grab and post other charts.