There are a lot people proclaiming to be social media experts and being paid thousands of dollars to speak at conventions and conferences to dole out their advice. In my experience much of it is pretty cliché and predictable. Actually most sales and how-to books are full of the same advice over and over again – they just get packaged differently and presented in slightly new ways.
During April 10-13, Parenting Magazine’s 51 Mom Congress delegates will assemble at Georgetown University to discuss issues impacting education and meet with prominent leaders and advocates. Freelance writer, blogger, and Mom Blog Magazine Social Media Editor, Rebecca Levey, was selected to represent her home state of New York.
This past week an email from Yelp to its “elite” group of Yelpers was leaked to Gawker and caused quite a few laughs. It seems that many of these elite reviewers were behaving embarrassingly badly and Yelp felt the need to send this…
Way back in the ice age of blogging the blogroll was a de riguer part of most blogs. Maybe it actually reflected whom you were reading but more likely than not it was a mutual link love agreement between bloggers to help boost each other’s traffic or try and connect to more popular bloggers.
I have a horrifying confession to make. I have 3 Twitter accounts, 1 Facebook profile and 3 Facebook pages, a podcast, a blog and a new website.
It’s hard to escape the fact that social media is, well, social. Still, it’s subject to the same bad choices and poor etiquette that plague our real lives too. But just because others are doing something inconsiderate and rude doesn’t mean it’s suddenly acceptable behavior.
I told someone the other day that my blog saved my life. Then I realized I was being way too dramatic and corrected myself: My blog gave me a life. That probably sounds terrible too, but I meant it.
Last week’s column, Someone’s Getting Paid – Why Aren’t You?, spurred such an incredible amount of insightful, smart comments and questions that I thought we should continue this discussion. I’ll also share some tips I learned at Blissdom this week and give concrete steps for helping you get paid and deliver the goods.
You want hard numbers about what you can expect to earn when working on campaigns? Wait no further because Rebecca Levey reveals what some mom bloggers are earning.
Mom Blog magazine was started to explore the business of mom blogging and to help bloggers take their blogs to the next level. We strive to accomplish both goals on a daily basis and are thrilled our Blog Shape Up Plan has attracted so much interest.
Barely two weeks into the New Year and the world was all atwitter about the new social media site Quora. Billed as the ultimate Q&A site Quora aims to build a social network around the asking and answering of questions in a subjective and objective way.
Tech companies are making it easier to connect online and share information on your social media profiles with a touch of a button. See the latest technology presented at CES that easily connects gadgets to the Net.
Want to be the smartest person in the room the next time the conversation turns to social media? Read about these gems from Rebecca Levey and instantly boost your social media smarts.
Long gone are the days when travelers had to wait weeks just to put together a bulky photo album of their most recent travels. Now memories can be made and shared in an instant with these social media tools.
If you want to find easy ways to give this holiday season our social media editor, Rebecca Levey, shows us how social media makes giving easier than ever before.
Rebeca Levey, our social media editor, provides pertinent tips about properly using social media. Are there social media dos and don’ts you follow, or wish others would?
If you are tired of missing prime opportunities other mom bloggers routinely receive, here is a great first step from our social media editor, Rebecca Levey, to accomplish more with your blog.