Getting the word out about your upcoming show has never been easier thanks to social media... right? Standing out from the crowd of event invites and promotions is tough, but not impossible. Guest Post by Hugh McIntyre on Sonicbids Blog While sites like Facebook certainly have provided plenty of bands...
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Nate Pedersen. The 2013 film Labor Day is a sentimental nod to the values and virtues of another era. Accordingly, it was slammed by critics for being too open-hearted for our cynical age. While the story is set over the course of Labor Day weekend in 1987, it […]
This is a guest post written by David G. McAfee. He is author, most recently, of The Belief Book. … Regardless of your beliefs, if you have children, you will eventually have to talk to them about religion. When should you do it? The short answer: probably sooner than you think. Some non-believers, perhaps in [Read More...]
Guest post by Vanessa Gravenor Fraser Taylor’s show Orchard/Dirge, on view at Threewalls gallery in Chicago, combines sculptures that suggest states of kinesthesis with drawings and paintings blackened to abject states. When entering the main room, one sees a cluster of metallic rods welded together to form angular shapes. These shapes both recall architectural origins […]
How Not to Get Lost in the Content Creation Wasteland written by Guest Post read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing Planning an entire year in advance – who DOES that?? You should – if you want to stay focused and on track to meet your marketing goals. Show More Summary
Today’s guest post comes from our friends at Armada Health Care. They describe Armada Health Care’s new web-based software platform for optimizing specialty pharmacy operations, managing prescription workflow, and improving overall patient management. Read on for highlights. Show More Summary
[guest post by Dana] Unfortunately for a few MSNBC hosts, their relationship with the IRS is a bit rocky right now. As they sanctimoniously lectured audiences on the importance of paying taxes, they hid a dirty little secret: MSNBC’s hosts and guests regularly call for higher taxes on the rich, condemning wealthy individuals and corporations […]
(Guest post by Michael Strickland) Just a few weeks ago, Grant County Sheriff Glenn Palmer made headlines for his staunch opposition to the gun registry bill moving through the Oregon Legislature. He is now being joined by several other Sheriffs … Continue reading ?
[guest post by Dana] President Obama announced today that an American and an Italian were accidentally killed by a U.S. drone strike that was targeting an al-Qaeda compound in Pakistan. As Commander in Chief, Obama rightly assumed responsibility for the tragedy: “As president and as commander in chief, I take full responsibility for all our […]
Guest post by DMartyr (Daily Mail) See? ISIS are not such bad guys after all! They hug their victims before brutally executing them! Depraved militants fighting for the Islamic State in Syria have brutally stoned two gay men to death … Continue reading ?
Guest post by DMartyr In a rare instance of humility, President Obama accepted responsibility for the deaths in Jnuary of two hostages held by al Qaeda: “As President and as Commander-in-Chief, I take full responsibility for all our counterterrorism operations, … Continue reading ?
Guest post by DMartyr An interesting story from Neal Boortz: The elephants in question are living in close proximity to two different African tribes; the Maasai and the Kamba. The men from these tribes differ in dress, language, and, more … Continue reading ?
Guest post by DMartyr From KHOU via Pam Geller: HOUSTON – Investigators in Houston now say an Iranian activist was gunned down by Jordanian immigrants in 2012 because they believed she helped convert their Muslim daughter to Christianity. Gelareh Bagherzadeh, … Continue reading ?
Guest post by DMartyr Nike products are haram. At least, according to ISIS: The Islamic State group has banned Nike clothing, sneakers and other products because the pronunciation of the American sportswear company’s name is similar to Arabic words that … Continue reading ?
Converting Subpar Writers In to Content Champions written by Guest Post read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing Consumers love content. It entices them visit company websites. It inspires them to share business insights. Show More Summary
Categories: Guest Post, Savings Tracking, Spend Management Tags: Guest Posts, Sourcing and Categories Spend Matters welcomes this guest article by James Martino, chief executive officer at Avotus Corporation. Would your business willingly...Show More Summary
How To Succeed At Content Marketing On A Small Budget written by Guest Post read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing Here’s great news for your small business: You can succeed at content marketing without spending a fortune. Show More Summary
Guest post by Kristen Gramigna Your volunteers have unique sets of skills and talents — and they’re passionate about your cause. So who better to go to for insights into the minds of your supporters? Asking for their opinions and ideas … Continue reading ?
James Carville is a guest contributor to Media Matters. On March 12, I posted on Media Matters to discuss what I called the Clinton Rule. The Clinton Rule is as follows: There shall be one standard for covering everyone else in public...Show More Summary
A guest post by Leona S. Green Riding a bicycle is one of the biggest milestones that a kid can ever achieve. It is like a rite of passage that shows the young ones the joys, risks, and thrills, of being independent. If you were a very...Show More Summary