Showing posts with label Twitter. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Twitter. Show all posts

18 January 2016

My Twitter Weekend Wrap-Up

Paper.li is a tool that helps you publish your own online newspaper. How cool is that? You can create and publish your very own "Daily Planet" with news items of interest to you that might be of interest to other readers also.

So far I've generated four different papers - covering topics like freelance writing, Pinterest, home business or work at home articles, tips, etc.



paper.li logoUsing the Paper.li publishing tool, each week (set to the date to every Sunday), a newspaper is published which summarizes my Twitter activity - not all, just some highlights.



This week's publication for Sunday, April 26, these are the headlines:

  • 10 Businesses You Can Run from Anywhere on Earth (And Start Today)
  • Confessions of a Cookbook Collector
  • Naples: The Birthplace of the Modern Pizza
  • Citrine Earrings
  • The Best Thai in Middle Tennessee


newspaper-twitter


You an also look at some of the previously published editions by clicking on the Archives. They aren't all Sunday editions. Tried different days and then finally settled on Sunday mornings. You can subscribe to receive weekly updates via eMail, if you like.



FOLLOW ON TWITTER:  By the way, if you have a Twitter account and want me to follow your tweets, feel free to leave your handle or Twitter name in the comments.








16 July 2015

Everyday Exotic Spices Now on Tsu and Twitter

In 2014, My Blog Stop! subscribers, readers and visitors were introduced to Everyday Exotic Spices, an affiliate advertising home business project - an online shopping site specializing on grocery and gourmet products such as, herbs and spices, gourmet food gifts, herbal teas, and more - under the umbrella of Cmoneyspinner's Home Business Projects. In the blog post (text link below), a link to the official website and links to activity on Pinterest, and the business pages on Facebook and Google Plus were provided.  

"Everyday Exotic Spices Presents Fabulous Food Finds"

Very happy and excited to announce that:
Everyday Exotic Spices is now on Tsū and Twitter.
(The Tsu site shut down.)



►  Everyday Exotic Spices is a member of the ‪‎Tsunation‬. Tsū is a ‪social network‬ similar to Facebook & Twitter. Offers potential for brand new fan base and a revenue-share plan. Must be invited to join the network. You're invited!  

Click the link, complete a short form and you're in!

Everyday Exotic Spices on Tsu







►  A dedicated Everyday Exotic Spices Twitter account was created to expand EES ‪foodie‬ adventures around the web! Tweeted ‪the first tweet‬, July 16, 2015, to mark the ‪anniversary‬ date! ‪

Hope you will follow on Twitter.
















14 January 2015

Quick Tips and Tricks for Newbie Bloggers

Some say your blog is like your resume.  Some say your blog is like your diary.  Some say your blog can used to turn your hobby into income.  It's all true!  What your blog is or becomes is entirely up to you.  But practically speaking, even if you are just doing it for fun - why pass on the opportunity to earn extra income or pick up a little pocket change?  Rainy day funds always come in handy!!

Sharing my lessons learned over the years (and still learning). Hope this cuts down on the learning curve for others.


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Blogging encyclopedia: All you wanted to know about blogging
(Paperback
ed  – January 8, 2015)



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12 December 2014

2014 via Twitter and Tumblr

For me 2014 has been a fabulous year.  Received and eMail today to Relive poignant, defining or memorable moments of 2014 via Twitter. Selected these two moments and specific tweets IN MEMORY OF people I admired and appreciated who left us this year. Searched Tumblr to see if there were any artistic expressions which captured their light, their personality, their life!  What an inspiration!


RE: Maya Angelou (1928 - 2014)




RE: Robin Williams (1951 - 2014)







Maya Angelou by Komi Olafimihan | Found at Black Women Art (BWA) on Tumblr

 

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20 October 2014

My Twitter WeekEnd Wrap-Up

Have you seen My Twitter WeekEnd Wrap-Up for Sunday October 19, 2014?  It's is a great recap of my Tweet activity or tweets of import for me for the past week!


Time sure does fly.  My first issue is dated March 17, 2014.  That's a Monday.  Changed it to Sunday updates with a few "special editions" every now and then.  Just check the archives.  Really loving this tool furnished by Paper.li.  You can publish your own newspaper.  Have you tried it?  I publish two other papers.

Cmoneyspinner Weekly

Weekly recap of items of interest to the #entrepreneur, #mompreneur, #WAHM, #selfemployed, #independentprofessional - #homebusiness, #smallbusiness, #workfromhome, #workathome. Updates every Monday!

Freelance Writers Digest

Weekly Updates, Every Wednesday

- Thanks for subscribing!

03 October 2014

Best Times to Post in Social Media – Writedge.com

Best Times to Post in Social Media

Writedge Contributor Jadelynx shares her experience and advice about the best times to post in the major social media networks for optimum views.



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Click here to REGISTER FREE.
Work at your own pace. No pressure!
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21 June 2014

Confucius Wisdom and Quotes

According to the famous Roman orator and lawyer Cicero:

"There is nothing so absurd that it has not been said by some philosopher." (Yawn.)

The yawn may or may not been included when he made that comment. But Rome was loaded with philosophers and they had a habit of congregating on Mars Hill daily and just ... babbling. Meanwhile, on another part of planet earth ...

To contrast:

"3 methods to learn wisdom: by reflection, which is noblest; by imitation, which is easiest; and by experience, which is the bitterest."

Words of wisdom from one who probably lived his life as a simple common ordinary man, but who is today acknowledged by many around the world as one the world's most sensible common sense philosophers. When it comes to Confucianism, many would insist that Cicero's quote does not apply.


A brief bio-snapshot:

- Life span: About 70 years (c. 551 B.C - c. 479 B.C.)

- Born and buried in Chu-foo (or Qufu or Lu).

- Served as Public Administrator for 15 years (532 B.C. - 517 B.C.); afterward he studied and taught the Chinese classics, and spread his philosophy.

- His sayings were published posthumously as the "Analects of Confucius".

- The Prince of Lu consecrated his home as a temple, two years after he died.

Do You Admire the Wisdom of Confucius?

I do. In fact, we hang out together. We now follow each other on Twitter. :)

@ConfuciusPosts ( https://twitter.com/ConfuciusPosts )




Image credit: Confucius Statue in Bejing, China (Wikimedia Commons)



*** Original Post Feb 15, 2014 at TreasurePen.