Estimated read time: 4 minutesBelow, in what was first written in early 2016, I’m examining if tweets with images actually perform better. In November 2017, I felt the need to update this post with one more test, which I’m sharing here: Do tweets with images […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutesI was doing a Facebook Live from my 9-year-old’s piano performance the other day and was slightly annoyed by the gray bars when I played the video back later on my laptop. Seemed less than perfect to me and I wanted […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutesSome days I look at my Twitter stream and every single Tweet is asking me to click on a link for more information on whatever topic the Tweet mentioned. Given that stories can be told in Tweets there’s really no need to […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutesLinkedIn now sends emails and alerts that share mentions of people in your networks across the web. I’ve enjoyed the updates very much as they include news about people that I’m connected to and care about. It appears that – as […]
Estimated read time: 3 minutesJuly 28, 2016 update The Ice Bucket Challenge has made a difference according to published reports: Healthday reports “It actually funded a study that has discovered an important new ALS gene.” That’s great to hear. Read more here. August 24, 2014 post: […]
This article discusses when stories should be vetted and when we should focus more on production and sharing.
Estimated read time: 4 minutesHappy birthday. Happy birthday. Happy birthday. You’ve probably seen the posts on Facebook and may even have gotten dozens or hundreds of happy birthday posts on your wall on your actual birthday as well. The first time I got more than […]