Earlier this week I was able to speak about Business Blogging Made Easy along with David Caldwell of Balance Creative. To view the presentations and find links to associated resources, visit this page. Thanks to Commerce Lexington for having us and for the great audience. Let us know if you have any questions!
At the end of September, I had the opportunity to speak at FitBloggin, a conference for fitness bloggers, about using social media to drive blog traffic. As a fitness blogger and a social media company owner, this was an awesome opportunity to present something I’m really excited about. Session Overview: So many of us love… Read More
You know the scene: You meet someone at a networking event and you genuinely want to know more about them. After 1 question that is a nicely-phrased “who are you and what do you do,” you quickly realize you’ve made the biggest mistake: you opened up the social fire hydrant. Out comes a steady stream… Read More
This is an article I wrote for ShePosts on March 1, however there still seem to be a lot of questions on the topic, thus posting it again here. Do you have a Facebook Page for your brand? Have you added your Facebook Timeline photo? Did you know that there are restrictions on what can… Read More
The time has come for me to bring on some help! I’m currently looking for a part-time social media intern. In full transparency, at this point it is looking like it will probably be about 10 hours per week, and could expand to 15 per week depending on project load. I really want this to… Read More
I’m a regular contributor to HerKentucky, a blog about the awesome things Kentucky has to offer. In the latest HerKentucky Business post, I answered questions regarding the start of Authentically Social, and give some advice. 1. Are you a native Kentuckian? Why have a Kentucky business? I am not a native Kentuckian, but moved here… Read More