by Yvonne DiVita Some people just don't like you. Reasonably or unreasonably, no matter what you do, they will find fault with you. On the Internet, hate is easy to share - after all, as the saying goes, "On the Internet, no one knows you're a dog." I've had more... Read more →

Guest post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Where do you market? If you’re like lot of entrepreneurs, you find it much easier to simply network from the comfort of your keyboard than to wear something other than sweatpants and slippers, right? Well, if you’re not “out there” shaking hands, passing... Read more →

By Guest Blogger, Donna DeClemente, Donna's Promo Talk Back in November I helped launch a contest on Facebook for our client, Rail Europe, called Cultural Shock. The contest invites fans of their Facebook page to submit an entry that describes an experience that they may have had while in Europe... Read more →

By Amanda J. Ponzar What’s been on my mind this week: rewards programs. Let’s see what rewards/membership/loyalty cards are in my purse: Starbucks gold card. Cosi. Hallmark. Panera Bread. Babies R Us/Toys R Us. Family Christian Stores. Regal Cinemas Crown Club. Waterfront café. Giant, Safeway, Harris Teeter, Balducci’s, CVS, Petco,... Read more →

Guest post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess By now, you've probably heard about Google+, right? The "Facebook Killer" is one of the many things it's been called. Gaining an invite into the beta Google+ was something I was looking forward to simply because I love to be part of whatever... Read more →

so ethereal that any definition fits - if the words are your version of what you believe art is? I'm curious because I've just joined a group of artists (artivists who "use the power of collaborative art to create social change" ) who perform to here in the Denver area... Read more →

[sponsored content & disclaimer] Thank you to Log Cabin for sponsoring my post about updated traditions in my household. To learn more about Log Cabin Syrups (which are all free of High Fructose Corn Syrup), breakfast for dinner, and other new ways to update traditions in your home, click here.I... Read more →

Over in the BlogPaws' Pet Community, which officially launched on Thursday this week (if you're a pet person or know a pet person, we welcome you with open paws), the pet bloggers celebrated Be the Change for Animals day by Blogging the Change. Change is good. Change is important. Every... Read more →

If you blog, if you do product reviews or offer an opinion on your blog, Twitter or Facebook, your friends and network connections are listening. Not only are they listening, they're taking your words to heart. Blogher, the women's online blog network, did a 2011 Social Media Matters study and... Read more →