Posts made in May, 2011

Technology and the Workplace

Exciting news! I’ve been asked to present Technology and the Workplace for the Frederick County Summer Youth Program again this year. I’m looking forward to this opportunity. Last year, there were approximately 100 high school students enrolled in the summer jobs program and there will be just as many again this year. For most of the students, this is their first exposure to the workplace, so I’ll be teaching do’s and don’ts of technology in the workplace. If you have some tips, please share in the comments section!

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How Marketers Can Use QR Codes and QR Code Readers

I was featured as a guest blogger on Learn About’s blog. Check out my post about how marketers can use QR codes: http://learnaboutus.com/marketers-qr-codes-qr-code-readers.html

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Spell it again, Sam

I have been blessed with the gift of good spelling (most of the time!). However, I recognize that many people aren’t quite as lucky as me. During my brief stint as an editor for an employee magazine, aliens took over my body and now spelling errors pop out at me and pierce my eyes. I came across this post earlier today and wanted to share it with you. It’s a very pretty and visually pleasing representation of the difference between stationery and stationary. Now you’ll remember…

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They like us, they really like us!

A site that I freelance write for was just awarded a 2011 American Web Design Award. Way to go, Want2Dish.com team! The award is from Graphic Design USA. Also, if you’re not familiar with Want2Dish.com, please check it out. We’re a hyper-local news magazine featuring Frederick, MD and the surrounding areas.

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How to Find Credible Sources for Articles, Blog Posts and Whitepapers

Good tips on How to Find Credible Sources for Articles, Blog Posts and Whitepapers. How do you go about finding subject-matter experts? I’ve used HARO, as well as my social media network, to source for freelance articles that I’ve written.

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