Looking for some spooky reads? Well I’m starting a post for you to share your blog posts this Halloween. Add yours to the comments section for other people to discover your Halloween blog.
It would be great to start February by discovering some new blogs and making some new connections. If you are looking for some new reading too, this could be the post for you! Let’s get connected by sharing blog details in the comments section of this post.
The new year is here, and if you’re anything like me you’re probably nursing a bit of a sore head! Why not relax by reading some new blogs or sharing yours here…
Bright Lights Big City is growing and it is definitely time for it to grace some space on Facebook. So now along with all the other great bloggers out there, this blog has a page on Mark Zuckerberg’s social network.
Let’s set the record, books are precious. So it would be easy to think Joosr, a new app that condenses books in to shorter versions of themselves, is a threat to everything that makes literature great.
Today I was excited to find out that I am part of a list of 50 UK bloggers submitted by Sarah Stimson to Vuelio for some number crunching fun.
In this article Sarah points out that there were no female bloggers in Vuelio’s recent ‘Top 10 UK PR blogs list’. Sarah knows that there are a lot of us out here and has submitted a list of 50 that she is aware of to Vuelio who’ve agreed to help her with some statistical analysis. You can read her blog, which includes a list of 50 female UK PR bloggers by clicking on the image below:
There are some cracking blogs in this list and it’s well worth a trawl through for some great and diverse PR reads.
If you are a also a female UK PR blogger you can submit your details to Vuelio too by clicking on ‘How does Vuelio decide its Top 10 Blog Ranking?‘.
We’ve all been there, something really interesting comes up on your Facebook newsfeed but you don’t have time to read it. Later you can’t find it as it’s so far down your newsfeed that it’s disappeared for good.
Well fret no more, Facebook has come up with a feature that really deserves more attention, the save function.
Save that article for later by clicking the top right arrow on the article, a drop down menu will appear and from that click save!
Then look down the left hand menu to see ‘Saved’, click on it and ‘Et Voila!’ every article you have saved is safely stored here for you to read at your leisure.
Now you won’t miss a thing! Happy reading fellow Facebookers!