Imagine you were compiling a course curriculum for a class on online marketing. What would be your go-to resources?
In digging through my bookmarks and starred articles, I noticed a growing list of awesome stories and helpful links. If I threw them all together, it’d make for quite the collection!
I’d love to share with you what I’ve got so far, and it’d be awesome if you’d consider adding any personal favorites in the comments. Here is what I’ve bookmarked as my must-read social media articles and content marketing resources."...
There is a massive subterranean shift (no, not paradigm) happening right now in pro photography and it will define photography for at least the next 10 years. Like the movement of the continents, it is slow, hardly perceptible but irrepressible .
Chehere Laurent is a French photographer who decides to leave his advertising work to travel and explore cities, suburbs and countries around the world as an inspiration for his photographs. In his different series he covers from reportage to conceptual photography.
“Trough photography I am trying to clarify to myself why some contingencies that I live cause me negative emotions, how this reactions are triggered and what is the relationship between rational and emotional. I am using the photography as an interment to understand if my anxiety emotions are triggered by actual events or by the cultural interpretation that I have on those events.
Video editing became popular with the use of video sharing websites like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and many more. Everybody is now interested in video editing and trying to edit and compile a video to share on these sites. I have received many emails regarding writing about video blogging and editing tutorials. So in this post i am writing about some popular free online video editors. If you want to make a slide show video of your images, shoot a tutorial or make other small videos for your website or social media like Facebook, YouTube, then these online tools will help you achieve your goals. Good luck!...
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