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nextSTEPH
Gotham, USA
Taking things to the next level
Interests: Web Development, Social Media, Online Marketing
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Jun 28, 2013
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Jun 28, 2013
nextSTEPH added a favorite at Everything Typepad
Jun 28, 2013
First of all I would like to thank Michelle Goodman of The Anti 9-to-5 Guide for the idea of claiming your own brand on various websites, else this post would not be here. In the meantime to follow me, please visit www.nextsteph.com/. Continue reading
Posted Nov 11, 2011 at nextSTEPH
We are no strangers to volunteering. After all, how do you think I got started building websites? Fast Company posted Volunteering Will Save Your Career (Or Put You In A New One) today. The article discusses how companies are starting to value and highlight volunteering experience in addition to professional experience. If you just left college, been on the job market for a while, or looking for a new career, volunteering may just provide that spring board into your next opportunity. Continue reading
Posted Sep 7, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
via fastcompany.com Trying to get your bearing back after the long Labor Day weekend in the US? Learn some tips on how to get back on track without missing a beat. Continue reading
Posted Sep 6, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
via fastcompany.com Being based on the East coast, if I wasn't able to use mobile text messaging over this past week with everything that went down, I don't know what I would have done. The Fast Company article, Text Messages Aren't Enough When Natural Disaster Strikes explores how social media has become a part of communications during a disaster. Speaking of texting, Blackberry is still "in the hotseat" in its role in the riots. How Blackberry, not Twitter fueled the London riots http://eu.techcrunch.com/2011/08/08/how-blackberry-not-twitter-fuelled-the-fire-under-londons-riots/ To end on a lighter note. All Things D has a cartoon strip called "Don't Shoot the... Continue reading
Posted Aug 29, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
via nytimes.com Need a digital detox? Learn what this woman is doing to get a handle of her digital life. Continue reading
Posted Aug 11, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
nextSTEPH added a favorite at Aliza Sherman: She Knows Social and Mobile
Jul 11, 2011
via huffingtonpost.com Even though according to some sources there are signs of the economy picking up. However, Americans are still cutting back to make ends meet. See what folks are cutting back on to save money. Continue reading
Posted Jul 11, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
29 WAYS TO STAY CREATIVE from TO-FU on Vimeo. Simple yet effective. Retweet (0) Share On Facebook (28) ShortURL http://wp.me/pDBPv-Dc via omis.me Great way to get motivated after the long weekend. Continue reading
Posted Jul 5, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
via freelanceswitch.com In the past, if I had a category or or tag that has over 100 posts in it, then I would of considered spinning it off. Also there is being able to weigh the pros , cons and time commitment. Lately, I had to re-examine my posting process and had to fold some blogs back into the fold. So think it over carefully. I know all too well. Continue reading
Posted Jun 29, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
nextSTEPH added a favorite at Everything Typepad
Jun 24, 2011
6 Money Lessons for My College-Aged Daughter Post written by Leo Babauta. My daughter Chloe is starting out in college in the fall, and with her newfound independence will come the newfound responsibilities of dealing with money. Like many young people, she hates thinking about finances. via zenhabits.net Zen Habits gives smart money tips not only for his college-bound daughter, but for anyone to use at any age. Continue reading
Posted Jun 24, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
via blogher.com Positive reflections on failure from notable commencement addresses this graduation season. Continue reading
Posted Jun 22, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
In Micro and Pro plan accounts there is a feature called the Block List, a tool for helping you to define which words and phrases are not allowed to be used in Comments left on your blog. The Block List can additionally be used with IP and email addresses to help block specific visitors from leaving spam comments. via everything.typepad.com This is also a good time to check your comment posting settings and policies, regardless of the blog platform. Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 23, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
Did you see this when you logged into your Gmail account? If not you will soon. The timing of what happend was far too close to Backup Awareness Day. None, the less, they should try having these reminders more often, not when something happens. Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
nextSTEPH added a favorite at Business Blogging Pros
Feb 19, 2011
Learn what you can do to save money the next time you shop online. Continue reading
Posted Feb 8, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
...at least as far as syndicating my blog posts to my Facebook page. via www.buildabetterblog.com I also gave up automating a while ago. I learned that different blogs and media have different audiences and they have to be addressed uniquely. I post different links to my Posterous, but those I really have an opinion about or I like, I comment on my blog. Continue reading
Reblogged Feb 2, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
This warning comes from the one and the only Steph's grandmother. Gram got a survey in the mail. It asked her to fill out out and return it by a certain date. "How can I return this if I have no means of doing so. I can't afford to waste any stamps on a fixed income, plus I'm too old to be walking 1/2 a mile to the post office for ONE stamp!" Oh, from the mouths of elders we can learn so much. Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad
Like this tip? Like my Facebook Page. With all the recent Facebook news, it was recently brought to my attention that my previous post needed updates. So here's the 2011 edition of Keep Your Personal & Professional Information Private on Facebook. Read More... Continue reading
Posted Jan 7, 2011 at nextSTEPH on TypePad