The New York Women in Communications Foundation’s 2013 Student Communications Career Conference recently featured a very interesting panel on blogging.
Marketer Geoff Livingston founded marketing consultancy, Tenacity5 Media, which serves companies and nonprofits. He also writes a blog.
Arrested Motion showcases evolving visual art and culture, including contemporary, street/urban, and pop surrealist art.
Beauty In The Bag is a "global cosmetic beauty portal aimed at women age 30+ that provides timely and engaging content."
Caregiving Cafe Blog provides "updates and useful tidbits" to help readers with caregiving tasks....
The Green Divas host a weekly, internet-based radio show through their blog, social media, and live call-in chats.
Treble in the Kitchen balances delicious food with healthy living.
Theme Park Insider is a "consumers' guide to the world's most popular theme and amusement parks."
The New York History Blog delivers "historical news and views from the Empire State."
smdlr documents indie coffee culture.
Zensible Mama is a "melting pot of smart ideas, tips and tricks with a dash of geekness."
Jamie Goode's Wine Blog is "mostly about wine."
You know what’s been tripping me up as of late? When to use “in” versus “into.”
ThoughtsFurPaws.com focuses on animal welfare, pet rescues, and how-to care for cats and dogs....
Heckled by Parrots is about "examining, surviving and loving life with parrots."
The ultimate goal of a blogger is to establish a real, personal connection with readers in the hopes of getting more of them to become regular visitors to your website.
Budgets Are Sexy is a personal finance blog "that won't put you to sleep."
ManMade features "creativity and the handmade life for the postmodern male."
The Wirecutter provides a list of the "best technology to buy as determined by dozens of hours of research and testing."
On Oct. 24, PR Newswire media relations managers Christine Cube and Amanda Hicken hung out with ProfNet on Google+....