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Two ways to use one Gmail account for more than one Twitter account

Two ways to use one Gmail account for more than one Twitter account

Twitter allows you to have more than one account, but they also make you use a unique email for each of those Twitter accounts.

If you would prefer not to have to remember several different email accounts (and their passwords) for several different Twitter accounts, then all your need is one Gmail account.

There are two techniques you can employ when using the same Gmail account that makes your Gmail email appear unique to Twitter. Continue Reading →

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From The Wall Street Journal: Borrowers Hit Social-Media Hurdles by Stephanie Armour

What you share about yourself in the cyber world has far-reaching effects into the real world.

Back in 2010, I wrote an article entitled, “NO! It’s not just Twitter,” and some people scoffed at the idea that what they were tweeting would be of any concern in their “real” lives.

Well, for those who didn’t take that article seriously, maybe they’ll be convinced by an Continue Reading →

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From Entrepreneur.com: Google+ Gets a Major Makeover by Jason Fell

From Entrepreneur.com: Google+ Gets a Major Makeover by Jason FellIf you’re one of the growing millions using Google+ for work or play, there was some news today from Google’s I/O developer’s conference that you might find useful. The search giant said it is rolling out more than 40 different changes to Google+ as part of a major redesign.

During the event’s three-hour-long keynote…

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Copyright© 2013, Jason Fell and Entrepreneur.com

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Infographic from Ultralinx: How much data is created on the Internet every minute?

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MD Blogger: Curtez Riggs

Blogger: Curtez Riggs

Blog: Life After The Army

Curtez Riggs’s blog is self-hosted on WordPress.

DC Social Media Examiner (DCSME): What is your blog about?

Curtez Riggs (CDR): Life After The Army, introduces the concepts of personal branding to Service Members preparing to transition from the Military. We’re helping them to take baby steps, while translating their experiences into a format that’s relevant to today’s job market.

DCSME: How did you pick the topic for Life After The Army?

CDR: Over the years, I’ve watched several of my peers leave the military totally unprepared for the civilian sector. Of course, they’ve been through ACAP, and all of the other mandatory transition programs; understand how to write a resume, and can sit at attention during a potential interview. They’re just as prepared as the rest of the unemployed veterans actively seeking employment… The problem is that because they were unable to stand out, their resumes got lost in the shuffle.

DCSME: How is Life After The Army different from other blogs that cover the same or similar information?

CDR: Most of the other Personal Branding Blogs offer assistance to the general public. We’re providing needed information to Service Members and Veterans in a language that they understand, without a pitch… We’re finding that our content is better received because we’re walking in the shoes of other Service Members.

DCSME: What do you like most about blogging?

CDR: Knowing that there’s someone out there taking notes and applying the lessons learned from my blog. I enjoy receiving emails; more so emails from readers who are interested in learning more. It helps validate our work at Life After The Army.

DCSME: How often do you update Life After The Army?

CDR: We will be updating the blog every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning. We like to give our followers something relevant to read before they begin their day.

DCSME: What else would you like to share with readers of your profile?

CDR: I’ve been serving in the US Army since 1997. Currently I work out of Fort Meade, MD serving as a Master Trainer for the Baltimore Recruiting Battalion.

Curtez Riggs’s other blog(s)/website(s):

Inbound Marketing University

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NJ Blogger: Vickens Moscova

Blogger: Vickens Moscova

Blog: Partying and Living Free

Vickens Moscova’s blog is on Blogspot.

DC Social Media Examiner (DCSME): What is your blog about?

Vickens Moscova (VM): Blog Description: Music, Entertainment, Philanthropy, Media, Partying/Events/Night-Life, Online Branding, Social Media Marketing, Promotions, Advertising.

DCSME: How did you pick the topic for Partying and Living Free?

VM: By putting my work to life and by keeping my personal persona and preferences to it.

DCSME: How is Partying and Living Free different from other blogs that cover the same or similar information?

VM: I give readers info on how to get things accomplished in this physical world as well as emotionally and mind expansion tips to be a better marketer of one’s brand.

DCSME: What do you like most about blogging?

VM: Being able to really help others and affect their lives in positive ways by just posting what I feel at the moment.

DCSME: How often do you update Partying and Living Free?

VM: 3-4 times a week plus.

DCSME: What else would you like to share with readers of your profile?

VM: I am open to giving and sharing my knowledge any way I can.

Vickens Moscova’s other blog(s)/website(s):

Vickens Moscova on Posterous

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Canada Blogger: Cendrine Marrouat

Blogger: Cendrine Marrouat

Blog: Creative Ramblings

Cendrine Marrouat’s blog is self-hosted on WordPress.

DC Social Media Examiner (DCSME): What is your blog about?

Cendrine Marrouat (CM): Creative Ramblings is about social media with a particular focus on independent artists and entrepreneurs, rather than big businesses.

DCSME: How did you pick the topic for Creative Ramblings?

CM: When I started my career as an independent artist, I quickly realized that the road to good exposure is paved with challenges. As I had no one to guide me in the right direction, I chose not to wait for success to find me.

I started doing a lot of research and actually enjoyed my finds. As I discovered Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and learnt to use other social networking sites, I realized that social media was becoming unavoidable.

When I had acquired sufficient knowledge on the topic, I started sharing through discussions with people. They advised me to start blogging, which I did. And now, I cannot live without it!

DCSME: How is Creative Ramblings different from other blogs that cover the same or similar information?

CM: My blog is unique in the sense that I offer a no-nonsense and honest approach based on my personal experience.

I like to create articles and tutorials that are easy for people to understand — something that I have enjoyed doing since my days as a teacher.

DCSME: What do you like most about blogging?

CM: I love the freedom that blogging brings. There is neither deadline no contract. I can write whenever I want and share my thoughts on any topic relevant to my niche.

Most people do not realize how important blogging is when it comes to building a solid reputation online.

DCSME: How often do you update Creative Ramblings?

CM: I try to do it four or five times a week. However, I also have three other blogs. Further, I hold six titles with Examiner.com, including Canada Social Media Examiner. So juggling with everything can be quite challenging…

DCSME: What else would you like to share with readers of your profile?

CM: Apart from blogging, I am also a freelance journalist/reviewer, published author and translator.

I am always interested in spotlighting independent artists and experts in the social media field, so contact me.

Cendrine Marrouat’s other blog(s)/website(s):

Official Website

Canada Social Media Examiner

Five Years and Counting

Cendrine Marrouat on Examiner.com

Personal Blog

Our Real Love is Poetry

Cendrine Marrouat’s News

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TX Blogger: Holly Reisem Hanna

Location: TX

Blogger: Holly Reisem Hanna

Blog: The Work at Home Woman

Holly Reisem Hanna’s blog is on WordPress.

DC Social Media Examiner (DCSME): What is your blog about?

Holly Reisem Hanna (HH): The Work at Home Woman is an award winning blog and business resource for women and moms who wish to work from home or become self employed. My mission is to help women and moms acquire the knowledge and skills to be able to successfully work from home or to become self-employed while providing support, inspiration and motivation.

DCSME: How did you pick the topic for The Work at Home Woman?

HH: Since the day my daughter was born, I’ve been a stay at home mom, but after nine months of play-dates and mommy and me classes, I felt the need to exercise my brain and make some money.

I knew that I didn’t want to put her in daycare, so I started looking online for various work-at-home opportunities. Disappointed with the number of scams and lack of quality resources out there, I decided to create a free community, where women and moms could go to find legitimate work-at-home ideas and opportunities.

DCSME: How is The Work at Home Woman different from other blogs that cover the same or similar information?

HH: More than a website, The Work at Home Woman is a highly trusted online community where women and moms can come together to share ideas, obtain information and gather support. More than just a blog, we provide extensive resources, ideas, job listings and content. And more than just another online resource, we truly care about the success of our readers and advertisers and personally work with them to build successful outcomes.

DCSME: What do you like most about blogging?

HH: I love the social interaction, I’ve met so many wonderful people that I would not have met had I not been blogging.

DCSME: How often do you update The Work at Home Woman?

HH: I update my blog 6 times a week, I take weekends off.

Holly Reisem Hanna’s Social Media Sites:

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