Instead of making it as boring as an eBook, Cendrine Marrouat has made it as interesting and conversational as a novel. The book is so lively and personal and she has managed to keep it that way from page one through to the last page. Cendrine - like a Narrator takes you on an interesting journey filled with rich examples, case studies, snippets from her own life, lessons she learnt as a Social Media Author and Coach etc. The best part is that she included live links to all case studies mentioned in her eBook for further detailed reference. Besides, she has also included links to some really awesome free tools to manage social media effectively. This ebook is a treasure trove of information and filled with practical, effective advice that everyone must know and follow.- John Thomas, Managing Editor and Curator in Chief at Networker Publications
Cendrine Marrouat brilliantly combines her talents as journalist and seasoned writer to distill her experience and time-proven methods into a helpful 47 page handbook filled with clear, concise applicable guidance and tips. - Kelly Hungerford, Head of of Content, Communications and Community at Paper.li
The book is very easy to read, much like her previous e-book, "The Little Big eBook on Blogging: 40 Traffic Generation Tips." Her newest offering takes the reader step-by-step through the social media strategy process, giving case studies along the way to support her statements. She touches on everything from figuring out who your audience is to what platforms to use to defining your voice. - Mandy Edwards, Social Media Consultant, ME Marketing Services
Bug wanted to go to the ocean and go fishing. He has High Functioning Autism, Ankylosing Spondylitis (a form of arthritis that effects the spine and eyes)and Celiac's Disease(so he is on a gluten free diet). We had a wish to go fishing and it was granted.BUT he got sick and we didn't get to finish our trip. Bug really wanted to fish and sit in the sand and have some fun and we would like to go try again. The only time we can is Nov 24-Dec 1 bec
The Holy Spirit will give us all that we need. First we must learn to expect the best in life, and be willing to plan and work for it. Second, we need a clear mental picture of what we desire. Third, this picture is to be maintained constantly, with the certainty that Divine Spirit will supply any rightful desire. Fourth, there must be gratitude for every good thing received.
When we first meet Luna, we see a hopeless, helpless stray wandering the streets of Mexico. Emaciated, starving, sad…and suffering not only from malnourishment, but also from cancer. When a photographer named Tracey Buyce spotted Luna while out shooting, she immediately took out her camera and began snapping pictures to capture the poor dog’s terrible... View Article
Abigail will be turning eight years old in October 2014. She loves all animals, but she has a special fondness for dogs, cats and other creatures that can be considered pets. She was thrilled to be able to adopt Molly as her forever dog from Tails and Trails Rescue located in Greenwood, IndianaOn her own accord, she has asked that INSTEAD of presents, that folks donate money to help care for other pets that are in need of homes.
The Norwegian printed electronics firm Thin Film – which we recently covered for its smart label partnership with Cisco-backed Evrythng – has taken a healthy $23 million in investment from local conglomerate Ferd. Thin Film CEO Davor Sutija said in a statement that the investment, for a 7.3 percent stake, “fully funds” the firm’s current product roadmap. Printed electronics are generally pretty cheap to implement, and Thin Film (an entry on our Mobile 15 list a couple years back) wants to add electronic functionality to items such as perishable food packaging, disposable goods, single-use medical products and so on.
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David Meyer shares here. Printed electronics are generally pretty cheap to implement, and Thin Film (an entry on our Mobile 15 list a couple years back) wants to add electronic functionality to items such as perishable food packaging, disposable goods, single-use medical products and so on.
It's difficult to understand the frustration and heartbreak of families with loved ones who suffer from Alzheimer's. But what it feels like when a parent, who for so long hasn't recognized you, remembers for a brief moment and calls you by name. That's what happened to Kelly Gunderson, and she caught the heartwarming experience on camera.