Just finished—and greatly enjoyed—John Piper’s Living in the Light devotional book. See my review at Blameless and Harmless.
Just finished reading Zeal without Burnout by Christopher Ash. My review is posted on Blameless and Harmless. Check it out here: http://blamelessandharmless.com/zeal-without-burnout-christopher-ash/.
I posted over on Blameless and Harmless about a new Crossway ESV Interleaved Journaling Bible. I’m a big fan of the printing, so I did a video. Follow the link to learn more: http://blamelessandharmless.com/video-crossway-esv-interleaved-journaling-bible/
Hashtags: you should be using them.
You’re reading a #nugget – a quick and easily digestible blog post about relevant business, marketing, and leadership topics. Like a microwavable meal of breaded mini chicken fingers, this pick-me-up will give you snack-sized insights about what’s going in the world of communication.
Why? Google users are beginning to use hashtags in their queries, it will unify your social media “conversation,” and it will add to your Google Author Rank.
Check out the link, and leave your thoughts in the comment box below!
You’re probably familiar with the marketing strategy of finding and identifying your influencers on social media. You get in touch with those people, you pitch them something of value (a new product you’re releasing, a book that you’re publishing, etc.), and hope they share the good news with their audience.
Education—it’s expensive, it takes a long time to get a degree, and often you learn a lot of outdated material! It’s not all bad though, if you can get it from the right sources, at your convenience, and at the right price!
That’s where online learning comes in—experts in their respective fields come together on websites to teach what they know best!
So you get the best of all the world: updated information, passionate teachers, the convenience of learning online.
But wait—how much does it cost?