Trend Results : Guest Post

Related Searches

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 10000+)


50 Days of Summer: Guest Post

Today I’m posting a very special kind of post. I’m posting a guest post. Except the guest doesn’t even know I’m posting it. But his or her comment deserves to be read by the entire world. Or all forty of … Continue reading ?

Condom Pope

[guest post by JD] The NYTimes would never publish a picture of Mohammed made out of condoms, as like with Charlie Hedbo and Mohammed cartoons, they find that needlessly offensive. Publishing a picture of the Pope made out of condoms, or Piss Christ, is just fine. I guess because Christians won’t behead infidels over a […]

Does Talk Radio Still Work for Marketing Industry Leaders & Businesses?

The following is a guest contributed post from Marsha Friedman, a public relations expert and CEO of EMSI Public Relations. Prospective clients often have questions for me about how they can best promote themselves or their businesses, but many seem surprised when one of my suggestions is talk radio. “Does anyone actually listen to talk […]

UN Sec-Gen: Obama To Sign International Agreement “To End Global Poverty” (VIDEO)

Guest post by Patch Adams San Francisco City Hall decorated for the 70th Anniversary of the United Nations.(Screengrab) Last Friday,... The post UN Sec-Gen: Obama To Sign International Agreement “To End Global Poverty” (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

The Conclusions of a Press Release Should Match the Scientific Study, Don’t Ya Think?

Guest Post by Bob Tisdale How often do we see this happen—a press release about a scientific study states or suggests that global warming was the cause of a factor being studied, when the paper itself doesn’t come to that conclusion…and/or the data contradict it? An example crossed my desk yesterday. (Thanks, Anthony.) The closing…

7 Ways to Live a Simpler Life in a Modern World

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Brian Gardner of No Sidebar. Today’s world has many luxuries that are supposed to make life easier. At times they may, but other times, they make things more complicated. Meanwhile, there are lots of people who dream of living a simpler life. They picture spending their days […]

Quiz: What Kind of Hostess Are You?

Post by Liz Alterman. When you know guests are about to arrive, does your heart pound with fear or excitement? Do you have appetizers ready or are you still cleaning the toilets? Think you're one savvy hostess who's ready to pen herShow More Summary

Pepper – The Return of Black Gold?

Categories: Commodities, Guest Post Tags: General News, Guest Posts, Mintec Spend Matters welcomes this guest post from Jara Zicha of Mintec. Pepper prices have climbed to a historic high in recent months on the back of surging demand and dwindling stocks. Show More Summary

The Greek ballot measure

Below is a guest post by Jason Merchant. With the eyes of the world on the developments in Greece this week, the exact form of the question that will be put to Greek voters this coming Sunday, 5 July, in the referendum that Prime Minister Tsipras announced this past weekend is of no small importance, […]

How a Bias for Action Led to an Innovative Alternative to External Filtered Vents

Maria Korsnick The following is a guest post by Maria Korsnick, NEI’s Chief Operating Officer.During the five years that I was chief nuclear officer at Constellation Energy, my first priority was to ensure that our plants operated safely and reliably in order to protect public health and safety. Show More Summary

BlazeMeter Stays Fast and Personal With Intercom

How do you respond quickly to customers but still make sure all your communications are tailored to each individual? What follows is a guest post by Gil Sadis, VP of Product at BlazeMeter, an Intercom customer which provides a cloud-based...Show More Summary

What Are Raleigh Homes Selling For Now?

As we continue our house selling and hunting project, I thought this guest post will give you an idea of the local market.  During the search for homes in Raleigh, you’ve likely come across a wide assortment of price points, with variances dependent on specific neighborhoods. Each offers a selection of recreational activities, restaurants and […]

PennLive Editor Is Rebuked For Censorship, But Continues To Deny That Is What He Meant When He Said “As a result of Friday’s ruling, PennLive/The Patriot-News will very strictly limit op-Eds and letters to the editor in opposition to same-sex marriage.

[guest post by Dana] Tucker Carlson called out PennLive editor, John Micek, who announced his decision to censor commentators from speaking out against gay marriage in the news outlet’s op-ed pages. The pages where people typically, opine. In spite of Micek doubling down on his claims that he was just attempting to promote “civil” discourse, […]

Caitlyn Jenner had an awesome surprise for guests of this Pride party.

yesterdayHumor / odd : Happy Place

Everyone cheered when Caitlyn Jenner walked into this New York City Pride party. #CaitlynJenner x #NYCPride A video posted by The Real Is Back!! (@whatspoppindotnet) on Jun 28, 2015 at 2:23pm PDT The Pride celebration was at the Dream Downtown Hotel penthouse and featured a performance by Candis Cayne. Show More Summary

Six Music Industry Networking Tips Nobody Tells You

Networking in the music industry is an art more than a science. There's no rule book on how to network, but there are some tips that can make navigating the act of schmoozing more effective for you. Guest Post Written By Amy Sciarretto on Sonicbids Blog. Chances are that no...

But Of Course: Legally Protecting The “Unusually Sensitive”

[guest post by Dana] Further and onward we go into this brave new world. And though we may momentarily stumble as we try to keep our balance under the sweeping wave of progress, we have not arrived here with disbelief or shock, but rather with a hard, savvy understanding of precisely what is happening and […]

Guest Slot: The art of changing boundaries

Antifrank looks at the art of changing boundaries In my last post I spent some time looking at the likely impact of the impending boundary changes on the numbers of seats in different regions and the potential impact on the seat numbers of different parties.  In this post I shall look at how the detail […]

1900: Benjamin Snell, electricity in his head

(Thanks to Robert Elder of Last Words of the Executed — the blog, and the book — for the guest post. Fans of this here site are highly likely to enjoy following Elder’s own pithy, almanac-style collection of last words on the scaffold. -ed.) As the rope was placed around his throat: “Oh, I’ll smother […]

Guest Post: Keys to Success of the Florida Patent Pro Bono Program

Guest Post by Jennifer McDowell, USPTO Pro Bono Program Coordinator and Courtney Caliendo, Florida Patent Pro Bono Program Manager Florida may have been among the last states to offer Patent Pro Bono services to qualified inventors and small businesses, but it was also among the quickest to launch. The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) identified […]

Guest Post: The Pros and Cons of Literary Collaboration By Gail Z. Martin

I suspect that there are as many forms of literary collaboration as there are marriages, and each one is unique based on the people involved and their relationship. After being a solo author on twelve books and dozens of short stories,...Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC