Category : Guest Post

Guest Post: Statrtups are a Balancing Act

On the Author: If you’re from the South Hills of Pittsburgh you’re no doubt familiar with Rollier Hardware on Washington Road (if you’ve been in Pittsburgh a while you were familiar with it on McFarland Road too); but did you know the family run business has a multi-million dollar e-commerce…

Guest Post: Don’t Milk Your Cash Cows

On the Author: If you’re from the South Hills of Pittsburgh you’re no doubt familiar with Rollier Hardware on Washington Road (if you’ve been in Pittsburgh a while you were familiar with it on McFarland Road too); but did you know the family run business has a multi-million dollar e-commerce…

Guest Post: Your Online Identity Part 7: The Doomsday Post

I often say that one of my blog post is based on a conversation “with a friend”.  When I do that, as often as not that friend is Bojan Soldan.  I have had the pleasure of working with Bojan on several projects and can think of no one’s opinion who…

Your Online Identity – Part 6: The Privacy Aspect

I often say that one of my blog post is based on a conversation “with a friend”.  When I do that, as often as not that friend is Bojan Soldan.  I have had the pleasure of working with Bojan on several projects and can think of no one’s opinion who…

Guest Post: Your Online Identity – Part 5

I often say that one of my blog post is based on a conversation “with a friend”.  When I do that, as often as not that friend is Bojan Soldan.  I have had the pleasure of working with Bojan on several projects and can think of no one’s opinion who…

Guest Post: Your Online Identity – Part 4 – Expanding the Concept

I often say that one of my blog post is based on a conversation “with a friend”.  When I do that, as often as not that friend is Bojan Soldan.  I have had the pleasure of working with Bojan on several projects and can think of no one’s opinion who…

Guest Post: Your Online Identity Part 3 – What Works Today?

I often say that one of my blog post is based on a conversation “with a friend”.  When I do that, as often as not that friend is Bojan Soldan.  I have had the pleasure of working with Bojan on several projects and can think of no one’s opinion who…

Guest Post: Your Online Identity – Part 2 – Social Constructs

I often say that one of my blog post is based on a conversation “with a friend”.  When I do that, as often as not that friend is Bojan Soldan.  I have had the pleasure of working with Bojan on several projects and can think of no one’s opinion who…

Guest Post: Your Online Identity Part 1

I often say that one of my blog post is based on a conversation “with a friend”.  When I do that, as often as not that friend is Bojan Soldan.  I have had the pleasure of working with Bojan on several projects and can think of no one’s opinion who…

Facebook and Twitter, From Another Perspective

A few weeks ago, I wrote a series of posts comparing Twitter and Facebook.  One of the responses I got, was from Jen.  She said, “[Facebook and Twitter] are totally different things. And I love them both.” And while we both love both platforms, the way Jen uses Twitter is…