Monthly Archive: June 2014

Jun 28

Poetry Saturday: Under the Syringa Tree

“Syringa Tree” is such a specific reference, one that I cannot remember (are we surprised at this point that I can’t remember doing many of these poems). My first instinct was that I was referring to a species of tree mentioned in Wangari Maathai’s memoir, “Unbowed,” but I knew that wasn’t right. I read that …

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Jun 26

How to Ensure Originality in Your Content Marketing

originality in content marketing

Every Thursday, I will republish my best articles from Technorati.com. Since Technorati redesigned its website and is under new managements, tens of thousands of articles that were previously published on the site are no longer available. I have been given explicit permission to republish my work on my own website. If your biggest content marketing challenge …

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Jun 21

Poetry Saturday: 10 Minutes

I’d like every poem I post for Poetry Saturday to have a story behind it, but some of them don’t have a story behind it, such as today’s poem. I don’t know what this one is about, or when I wrote it, but my best guess is that it’s about the fact that it only …

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Jun 19

Have You Played A Google a Day Yet?

A Google a Day game

Every Thursday, I will republish my best articles from Technorati.com. Since Technorati redesigned its website and is under new managements, tens of thousands of articles that were previously published on the site are no longer available. I have been given explicit permission to republish my work on my own website. Think you’d be a master at trivia …

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Jun 14

Poetry Saturday: An Untitled Rondeau

I didn’t know what to title this poem after I wrote it, which is why it has the title that it has. A rondeau is a type of poem where there are three verses with specific lengths and rhyming schemes. There are three verses, and the first and the last one are six lines each. …

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Jun 12

Social Marketing Tactics Balance Customer Attraction, Retention

Every Thursday, I will republish my best articles from Technorati.com. Since Technorati redesigned its website and is under new managements, tens of thousands of articles that were previously published on the site are no longer available. I have been given explicit permission to republish my work on my own website. Websites, blogs, and social media …

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Jun 07

Poetry Saturday: Between the Lines

I actually remember the story behind this poem! This is the first poem I ever wrote, and interestingly enough, the first poem I ever had published! It was published in an issue of Teen Ink when I was 16 years old. I, or my parents, still have a copy of that issue somewhere. Now I …

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