“Blogging isn’t a job. It’s a lifestyle.”
Buffer breaks down over 50 free image sources for your blog posts and social media content.
“The reason we write 25 headlines is that it’s an old strategy from my boss’s old gig, The Onion.” — Upworthy’s Editor-at-Large, Adam Mordecai
When the author of The Happening Book found a notebook he had pinned as a seven-year-old kid, he found himself in a dialogue with his seven-year-old self, 35 years later.
Christina Hitchcock and Jaime Karpovich provide 12 tips to make – and keep – your blogs awesome.
Jacob Bijani, Tumblr’s first designer, has left the company, he said today in a blog post.
Just like its print counterpart, the Web incarnation of Inc hopes to provide the startup world with useful advice. “It’s a resource for business owners, fast-growing companies, entrepreneurs and people with an entrepreneurial spirit,” said Nicole Richardson, the site’s executive editor of special projects. Despite their similar missions, however, Inc.com’s content is decidedly more Web-friendly with short, service pieces.
Tumblr released an update for iOS today that allows users to share a post using other social media without leaving the app.
When Mel Taylor saw Hurricane Sandy coming, he saw an opportunity to launch BrigantineNow.com, a website that aggregates news focused on covering the Jersey Shore community of Brigantine, which sits north of Atlantic City. “I covered that horrible storm from a Dunkin’ Donuts and my house in Philadelphia. Nobody knew that,” said Taylor, founder of Mel Taylor Media, at America East 2013.
Tumblr has turned on a feature that allows users to post self-shot photos of themselves from their browsers.