Rock the Dream is for every person who loves learning at any age and a passion to enhance their business and personal awareness through use of resources.
I strongly believe that the universe has enough for every person to live an abundant life. My passionate promise to you is to continue to curate suggestions, software and tools for you to create your system for success.
The list I've provided for you below contains a wide variety of sites. The sites include opportunities to network, promote, animate, curate, sell, edit, upload, download, convert, distribute and teach you how to make better videos. These sites offer free to premium memberships depending on your need of additional features.
The term "curate" became a buzz word in the social media world a few years ago but don't let that fool you. Top bloggers have been curating for more than a "few years".
This slideshow in this article contains software, apps, sites and tools for curating content. Regardless of your topic of choice, something on this list will appeal to you.
Personally, I use Scoop.it and List.ly. I started using them a few years ago and I’ve never stopped. I enjoy them both so much! However, in this list, there are lots of great choices to assist you to curate content for your blog, social media, or website.
A logo is the strongest symbol of a brand. It's what consumers stop at when scanning the shelves, trying to choose between 20 seemingly similar products. These signs and symbols helps people to make decisions faster, and it helps people to feel like they made the right purchasing decision.
That means the colors, shapes, and fonts you choose for your client's brand image are essential to not only making them recognizable but also creating a sense or trust or authority or affordability or even excitement -- whatever emotions the company wants to be associated with. Colorfast created the below infographic to detailing how influential color, font, and shape choice is when crafting a logo. Learn the science behind how we interpret these small symbols...
Software for creatives must cultivate space for musing, writes Morpholio co-creator Anna Kenoff.
Susan: A quote from this article that I believe is significant, "If you think of the brain as a series of pathways—where intelligence is like the speed and accuracy with which one makes connections along the paths—creativity occurs when the brain makes unexpected or new intersections."
Presented in this post is a list of DIY Infographics' sites online. Included are statistical fact gathering tools to use in with the Infographic services.
DIY infographics are fabulous graphics that give your content that extra eye-candy for your “visual” readers. For the beginner to the advanced user, I’m certain you’ll find an infographic site that will serve your business purposes. Whether you pay someone to create your infographics or you go for the DIY infographics, the end result is sure to please your audience.
It's okay, you can admit it—everyone loves a good infographic.
I'd be lying to you if I didn't agree, especially being in the digital marketing field, but did you ever take the time to think about why we all fell in love with these beautiful displays of data points?
Susan: Now here's an excellent example of infographics at it's best. I'm sharing this because of it's eye-catching color scheme, the easy to digest information and overall clarity of purpose. Warmly, Susan
Adobe illustration is a popular technique of many illustrator designers all over the web.Best digital illustrations, vector art and realistic effects with amazing digital illustrator tutorials.
Susan: Adobe illustration is a popular technique of many illustrator designers all over the web.Best digital illustrations, vector art and realistic effects with amazing digital illustrator tutorials. Warmly, Susan http://rockthedream.co
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.