Showing posts with label bloggers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label bloggers. Show all posts

13 June 2019

Mompreneur Bloggers to Follow | Forum Coin

In 2013, Matthew Toren, co-founder of Entrepreneur.com, compiled a list of 100 mompreneur bloggers to follow.

It's 2019 and I have pared the list down to the Top 5 Mompreneurs.

Mompreneur Bloggers to Follow | Forum Coin





19 April 2019

Random Facts About...Chocolate! (Aztecs and Easter Eggs)

Found this cool blog and simply must let others know about it.  Here there are 10 random curiosities about one of the most delicious things in the world: chocolate! Beginning with the Aztecs ... 


Random Facts About...Chocolate!
| Snooping Around



**  This is such a cool blog, even though the posts archives stop in 2016.  If you think the chocolate post is cool, you should read the one about The World's Most Expensive Ice Cream

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It's the Easter season. That time of the year when ... the Cadbury Easter Creme Eggs are found in all the stores. I love those treats!  Do you know they make Easter eggs with Oreo cookies?  

  • Fascinating Facts Recorded in Food History: "With the rise of Christianity in Western Europe, the church adapted many pagan customs and the egg, as a symbol of new life, came to represent the Resurrection. Some Christians regarded the egg as a symbol for the stone being rolled from the sepulchre." (Source:  How the Cadbury Easter Eggs Became a Tradition




09 September 2017

Use Flipboard to Publish Your Own Magazine

Been at this work at home American dream since 2007.  Perhaps others would have given up already.  Ten years is a long time.  What can I say?  I believe in unicorns and dreams.  



Most active writers and bloggers have learned the guiding principle is:  "Content is king.  Distribution is queen."  In applying that principle, it's good to try out tools and resources that are constantly being made available to improve one's content marketing strategy.    That's why I'm happy to show you how I'm using Flipboard, a tool that allows you to publish your own magazine.  Use it to share (or distribute) your blog posts and your articles, to curate similar links and present the content in a polished classy-looking magazine that others can subscribe to or follow.  Check out my Flipboard magazines.


View my Flipboard Magazine.

View my Flipboard Magazine.

View my Flipboard Magazine.

View my Flipboard Magazine.



10 May 2017

Asian-Pacific American Blogs | Grace Hwang Lynch

Celebrating Asian / Pacific - American Heritage Month (and the widespread Asian influence).






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Celebrating Asian-American Contemporary Artists

Giana Nguyen-Foster is a Vietnamese-American singer/songwriter. We connected via Facebook back in 2011, the same year her debut solo EP, "For Now ", had been released. At that time she was promoting herself by collaborating with other musicians, and performing at shows in the Southern California area.


The Legend Bruce Lee (Nov 27, 1940 - July 20, 1973)

God bless the Internet and especially social networks, bloggers, and online writing communities. So there's this really cool guy - Nathan Bernardo, aka NateB11 - and he is a loyal and devoted martial arts disciple. He knows a lot about MA and writes articles on the topic.


Will The Tiger's Apprentice Ever Be an Animated Film?

Laurence Yep writes books for children and young adults. Many know him for book series calledGolden Mountain Chronicles . Screenwriter David Magee (Finding Neverland (watch trailer) ) was or is (??) adapting Yep's book - The Tiger's Apprentice (Book One) - into a feature film in 3D animation.


Good Fortune: Okyo's Cranes Now on View | Unframed (Reblog)

" ... Maruyama Okyo (1733-95), a painter who revolutionized the practice and taught or influenced generations of Japanese painters." (NOTE: At the time of the posting the paintings were on exhibit; not at the time of this reblogging.) The Okyo artwork motivated me to search for more pictures, photos, and illustrations of cranes.


My Five (5) Good Fortunes

We can all write our fortunes. In my case my daughter wrote 5 good fortunes for me. Her predictions for my future are greatly appreciated and if her advice is heeded no reason why they won't come true. :) Next time you have a party, consider giving out homemade fortune cookies.


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28 April 2017

My Medium Round Up ~ Article Contributions

"Medium is an online publishing platform developed by Twitter co-founder Evan Williams, and launched in August 2012. It is legally owned by A Medium Corporation. The platform is an example of social journalism, having a hybrid collection of amateur and professional people and publications, or exclusive blogs or publishers on Medium and is regularly regarded as a blog host."  (Source: Wikipedia)


 
I'm an "amateur".  Started publishing content at Medium.com a few years back.  Haven't been banned yet!  😂   They are gracious enough to not only allow my republished content, but it's OK if I leave comments.  The articles are very enlightening, on a wide rang of topics from science and technology to religion and philosophy to books and music and more.  One of the "professional people" even asked if they could publish one of my articles in their publication.  I was so honored.

My article "Successful People Who Studied Abroad" was published in Higher Education Revolution.

Below is a alpha listing of my other contributions.


♦ A Nation in Decline

♦ Ancient History: Kingdoms : Lydia and Persia

♦ Balsam: For Priests, Kings and Everyday People

♦ Bringing White Feather From the Mountain

♦ Countries Most Worried About the Future (Their Future)

♦ Cyber Security to Protect Our Digital World

♦ Foreign Investors Buying U.S. Real Estate

♦ Go Your Own Way : Step by Step

♦ Illegal Immigration in the USA: A Proposed Solution

♦ Knight Life by Peter David

♦ My Dysfunctional Family

♦ Read a Self Help Book For a U.S. History Perspective

♦ Riddle Me This. Why Do Most People Search for Atlantis and not Ophir?

♦ Searching for the Truth?

♦ Smart Homes Get My Thumbs Up

♦ Society and Culture : Veiled Women

♦ Successful People Who Studied Abroad

♦ Syrian Refugees Go Home! (An Opinion Piece)

♦ The Right to a Fair Trial / myLot

♦ Valentine’s Day Around the World

♦ What is the Capital of Turkey?

11 August 2015

myLot.com - Can First Impressions Be Trusted?

Active member of various online writing communities and at the urging of a couple of fellow bloggers, decided to sign up with myLot.com which is YASM, yet another social network. It is a combination of things but in a nutshell, it's a huge discussion forum that welcomes everybody to participate. FREE to sign up. Start immediately.  

This site was "rebooted".  Started in 2006; had been popular at one time, lost the momentum, revamped and now as of 2015, the owners are revved up and forging ahead full speed.



Very impressed with my experience thus far. In fact, have already published one review (see * below); and this blog post is more or less a review / progress report.

At myLot, you don't get paid for writing posts. Rather you are encouraged to generate discussions. When you write up a quick post or a lengthy article (there are no requirements on character counts, word count, etc.), the more feedback that's generated, the more likely you are to earn money.  The payout is $10 and you must have a PayPal account.

Within less than a week, 15 discussions (see list below) have been started by me.  People are leaving responses or comments at most of them, and the interest being expressed in my topics is encouraging.  Hoping to make more friends.  The members seem to be enthusiastic.  The earnings potential is definitely there.

cmoneyspinner's myLot discussions:

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MyLot.com – My First Impression - PersonaPaper.com*

Joined the myLot community yesterday. My user name is “cmoneyspinner” (same as here). Regardless of what my husband thinks, there is only one me with one personality, not multiple personalities that are called by different names. ♥
Click here to read more




21 February 2015

How Pinterest Uses Your Content Without Violating Copyright Laws

How Pinterest Uses Your Content Without Violating Copyright Laws

English: Red Pinterest logo
English: Red Pinterest logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
  • Pinterest, the increasingly popular pinboarding social network, is able to present a visually arresting interface in large part by using copyrighted images pinned by users.  "It's a huge concern for creative bloggers," said Amy Anderson, who blogs on the arts and crafts site Crafter Minds. "I don't think Pinterest does anything to help protect copyright besides removing content when people ask."


(Republished content / Historical marker: First posted at Dispensable Thoughts, 21 Feb 2012.)



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