Most people don’t think about lost files, until they lose them! Have you ever accidentally deleted a file? Or perhaps you deleted it on purpose believing it was backed up somewhere else, only to discover that it wasn’t? I’m actually guilty of both scenarios. As a result, I’ve developed an acute case of OCD when […]
Last week, I had the privilege of being a part of the amazing Scripps Howard Journalism Entrepreneurship Institute. If I said it was mind-blowing, that would be an understatement. Not only did it bridge the gap for me for how to teach college students how to become media entrepreneurs, I actually gained some knowledge that […]
It’s Christmas, everybody! I hope you’re spending this joy-filled day with family. If you’re reading this, it probably means that you needed to take just a quick little break from all the feasting and family, so I wanted to take this moment to wish you the Merriest Christmas ever – from my family to yours!
Have you ever carefully created a video then spent hours editing it only to be disappointed by an invalid format pop-up, later? I’m certain that this only happens during important presentations. As all eyes impatiently stare in your direction, no matter how many times you nervously scramble to try to find another way to get […]
Organic SEO has become a major marketing niche, helped along by Google’s constant tinkering with search algorithms as it struggles to maintain its market dominance. Recent changes have seen Google shift from keyword-based search to semantic search, location-based search, and personalized search results. Understanding how Google’s search algorithms work has always been an exercise in […]
Every blogger doesn’t have the luxury of working solely from home. The income a blog can generate isn’t always stable enough to sustain a household. So, I thought I’d share my thoughts on this with you and some of the college students I instruct. Years ago, when I lived in Georgia, I commuted to work […]
Tomorrow, I’ll be able to say that it’s been four years since WeBlogBetter published its first post (October 19, 2009) by Brandon Cox, the original owner of this blog. When he published “I’d Like to Blog a Little Better, How about You?” he started something that would eventually surpass both of our expectations. Since then […]