I want to talk about hotlinking images today. Some people do not know about this very basic no-no. I hear bloggers
griping all the time, but nobody is educating the bloggers that they
are actually doing wrong. You can’t get mad at someone that doesn’t know
better. Hotlinking (also known as leeching, piggy-backing, direct linking,…Continue
Added by Jessica on September 17, 2010 at 9:25am —
Bloggers On Bourbon put on by Trisha Haas (MomDot) and Leah Segedie (Momavation) had 30
bloggers meet up on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. To groove the night
away several of them partied at The Cat’s Meow. I was able to get this
video of them shaking their Groove Thang.
A fellow blogger, Brandy from Not So Average Mama, without health insurance, last month found she had a tumor the size of a volleyball attached to her ovary. She was finally able to find a DR to remove the tumor and luckily found it was not cancerous. However, I am sure everyone knows how hard it is to manage healthcare bills with insurance, imagine if you had none. She was cut from below her sternum almost… Continue
Added by Jessica on June 5, 2010 at 11:49am —
Getting into product reviews is not as hard as you may think. Women listen to the advice of other women. We can relate to each other and marketers recognize this amazing ability.
Sometimes we just cannot come up with words to say in order to pitch a company. You never want to appear too casual or unprofessional. Just like you and I, PR personnel do not have a lot of time. They want to briefly read over your email and make a fast decision. You always want to use correct spelling and… Continue
Added by Jessica on January 21, 2010 at 8:25pm —
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