Focusing mainly on helping people – and not predominantly what you are getting – is the key to being prolific. This is my 500th guest post on Blogging Tips. Halfway to 1K. I recall a few years ago. Someone asked me why in the heck I’d publish 100 guest posts on one site, when I hit the century mark on Blogging Tips. Show More Summary
[Guest post by Leviticus] To everyone who donated his or her hard-earned money to our daughter Shirley – Patterico, Simon Jester, nk, aphrael, Colonel Haiku, felipe, kishnevi, Jeff Lebowski, and a number of anonymous donors – my wife and I would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Your donations are the […]
The Other Whitey contributes this; In the wake of the recent and ghastly events in Broward County, Florida, we have once again been subjected to the inevitable wave of finger-pointing, strawmanning, and cries for gun control. Politicians, media personalities, activists, and attention whores are going on ad nauseam, blaming the NRA, the Republican Party, Donald […]
Guest post by Joe Hoft The Democrats are in a world of hurt leading up to the 2018 Midterm elections. Normally this is a winning election for the party not in the White House but the Democrats have no message and are looking really sad – almost as sad as election night 2016. Show More Summary
Guest post by Michael LaChance at American Lookout: The folks behind the Academy Awards are starting to figure out that most Americans don’t want to hear left wing political lectures from movie stars. Ratings for other recent awards shows have been disastrous and they don’t want a repeat of that. Show More Summary
Guest post by Jeff Mosenkis of Innovations for Poverty Action. IPA is offering funding for research on ideas about “Peace and Recovery” very broadly defined – looking to test new ideas for counteracting violence (including state and electoral), helping refugees, … Continue reading ? The post IPA’s weekly links appeared first on Chris Blattman.
Guest post by Joe Hoft Deep State uses the media (MSM) whenever they want a particular farce spread throughout the industry. The MSM complies with an article where a reporter announces anonymous sources have shared whatever made up story...Show More Summary
My personal voyage in Thailand began in 1989, when yachting and the concept of chartering in Phuket was just getting started. The post Guest Column: Phuket’s First Bareboat Charters appeared first on LUXUO.
[guest post by JVW] This serves as my annual reflection on George Washington’s birthday. You can click on the links to read my entries from last year, from 2016, and from 2015. By 1792, President George Washington had grown tired of public life. He had stood as what passed in those days as a celebrity […]
Today’s guest post is from Ivan Cicin-Sain, an environmentalist working for Population Matters (www.populationmatters.org), a UK charity concerned about population growth. As Organisational outreach officer he is keen to create contacts and partnerships with other organisations promoting smaller families or being childfree. Show More Summary
In this piece, on the rise R&B singer out of Chicago Ravyn Lenae chats about the sounds and influencing factors behind her music in anticipation of her upcoming new release Crush, set to drop soon. ______________________ Guest post by Rachel Grate of Next Big Sound What if we looked at...
Guest post by Joe Hoft This past year I watched as liberal demons attacked my brother, Jim, the Gateway Pundit, from all directions. Liberals have hated Jim for years because he is so effective but this past year they took it to another...Show More Summary
Guest post by Franco Colomba. Like most things that scientists get their hands on, they will usually only find a good or a bad. This time around it turns out that it is better than good. In some breakthrough research, scientists have discovered that drinking tea may actually help to … Continue reading ? The post Tea Benefits for Alzheimer’s appeared first on T Ching.
The following is a guest contributed post by Daniel Meehan, CEO at PadSquad. Why has digital advertising always been approached so differently than any other form of the art? Banners were among the earliest iterations of internet ads, and they basically filled space. Show More Summary
Be our guest The post Bill Gates looking to donate more money to Uncle Sam appeared first on Hot Air.
I have this guest post over at Concurring Opinions. It begins: Last week, special counsel Robert Mueller secured a grand jury indictment of 13 Russian nationals for interfering with the 2016 U.S. presidential elections by, among other things, paying for political advertisements … Continue reading ?
[guest post by Dana] When a 12-year old finds himself being SWATted, it’s got to be particularly terrifying: A 12-year-old YouTube gamer and his mother became “swatting” victims and were terrified when their home was suddenly surrounded by police. Peter Varady was frightened and tearful as the paramedics and police showed up at his home. […]
[guest post by Dana] Billy Graham has passed away at 99 years old. Once, when asked if he feared death, Graham said, “No! I look forward to death, with great anticipation. I’m looking forward to seeing God face to face.” And now he is face to face with God for eternity. He is also reunited […]
Guest Post by Cybele Sandy, August Image This piece arose from the blowback I’ve recently had from artists on the subject of shooting celebrity. The reaction was so severe that I felt like my extremely proper Post-Colonial West Indian delivery was somehow morphing into the vilest of curse words. This is my unequivocal stance on […]
Categories: Guest Post, Procurement Strategy & Planning, Professional Services, Spend Management Tags: Guest Posts, L2, Process & Best Practice Spend Matters welcomes this guest post from Clay Fox, senior director at HBR Consulting. New...Show More Summary