Ida Mae West-Simone...19 hours ago
MaryAnne, I am thrilled to find another Lego fan! This is such a great post, because you give so many great fine motor skill development ideas and activities that are FUN! Building strength in those little fingers is a great way to prepare for kindergarten!
Chad Egeland19 hours ago
I've never really given much thought to the numbers behind Klout or Kred I just think it's interesting to see Klout now getting into content discovery and how they've improved the system in the past couple of months.
Thanks for the comment.
Bruce Sallan20 hours ago
Klout continues to irk me to no end. I think Kred is MUCH MORE credible...but, who knows since everyone keeps their algorithms secret!
It does seem to be the way of many. We are all so passionate and honest about what we do and want to share in hopes of educating others, building authentic communities and connecting. If people steal content, what else are they doing? How do they operate other facets of their business?
Suzie Poirier16 hours ago
Thank you Mary. I so agree. We can only be vigilant in our search but it is such a waste of time and energy. What goes through someone's mind when they are deciding to blatantly steal content? It's beyond my comprehension. I have had pages of my website stolen, blog posts, even real client testimonials with their names. I was floored. I of course shared it with my clients and they too took action.
It is such a big issue that plagues all of us, unfortunately. I have such a hard time believing professionals can actually do this and still sleep at night, never mind conduct a business of their own. It's karma for sure.
Ryan Biddulph10 minutes ago
Excellent Steven, I'm digging each tip. I love the How To style headline, it's a timeless, proven, effective strategy to getting clicks. Thanks for the share. Tweeting through Triberr.
Bethany of Cascadian Nomads6 hours ago
Thank you for this post, Sarah. As someone who supports rescues, with time and money, but has three dogs purchased from exactly the kind of wonderful "nosey" breeders you describe, I very much appreciate knowing you are one less person in the world who thinks I am terrible for making the very personal choice to buy my dogs from reputable breeders.
Ryan Biddulph8 hours ago
Absolutely love this interview with Mike, Robert. I've admired his work for quite some time. Great guy, tremendously knowledgeable and really a good leader to follow. Thanks for sharing. I'll tweet it out through Triberr now.
Brittany Bullen8 hours ago
Great tips, thanks for sharing! I agree, so much of what you read online needs significant improvement. I don't know about you, but I'd overlook quite a few typos if it meant reading something fun and engaging!
Jackie Bouchard9 hours ago
Having something weird happen with your blog... Might be just me as I'm on my iPad/Safari, but I can briefly see your WW photo, but when I try to hit the comment link I get a 'page doesn't exist' message. And when I see the pic, I can't see the header.