social media

“You should talk to Disney Junior about that”, 6 Year Old’s View on Influence

Baby Girl

There I was washing dishes at 7:30 in the morning while my kids sat at the dining table eating breakfast. As is customary for my baby girl, she blurts out her random thought of the day with no context beforehand. This time it was, “Mommy, why are there no new Choo-Choo-Souls on Disney Junior?” I […]

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Reader Poll: Would Shorter Posts Be Welcome?

Blogging

Sometimes I have ideas and thoughts I want to share, but I don’t always have the time to sit down and write a full post. And, by the time I do, the thought seems to have passed. For this reason, I’ve been thinking of doing shorter posts mixed in with regular content. But, first, I’d […]

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Twitter Party for a Good Cause: #CheckinforCheckups

Blogging

When I was asked to join the Check-in for Checkups program as a social activist, I was highly intrigued by the mission of the campaign. The goal of Check-in for Checkups is to help the Children’s Health Fund provide health checkups to children in need. This is being accomplished through a partnership with Clorox where […]

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Featured Posts to Enjoy While I’m At #BlogHer11

Blogging

At this very moment, I’m making my way to San Diego for the BlogHer conference happening this week. I’m looking forward to connecting with fellow bloggers, brands, and PR representatives I’ve collaborated with or have yet to meet. As is the norm for BlogHer, the agenda is packed tight, with multiple events happening each night. […]

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Building What Matters

Blogging

I’m currently on maternity leave: The following is a guest post by Jessie Nuez. What matters to you? Everyone involved in social media is attempting to leave their social footprint of influence by building a strong and consistent message. This message must be genuine and must resonate with others. Building your brand is a time […]

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