And we’ve reached the end of another work week. I hope it has been both productive and enjoyable for you. As we look ahead to a great weekend, here are a few blog posts for you to ponder.
Yvonne Lum posted a guest post on TechVibes, describing why coworking is all about the people. Working at home as an entrepreneur can be quite the lonely experience and it can be difficult to make those personal connections from your living room. With a coworking space, you can overcome both of these obstacles.
RT Cunningham of Untwisted Vortex offers an offers an opinion that may not be popular with certain individuals. Despite the somewhat less than desirable perspectives on the matter, paid commenting and automated spamming work. It can be very annoying for blog owners to go through all that spam, but the “marketing strategy” can be very effective for certain websites and niches.
Raul Pacheco seems to wear many different hats. He’s a social media expert, he’s well ensconced in the academic realm, and he blogs several times a day. To this end, he talks to us about being a workaholic and how he is still able to maintain a relatively healthy work-life balance despite having such a hectic schedule.
Over on Buzz Bishop‘s blog, we learn something that could very valuable to that special someone in your life. Did you know that you can order special cards and letters from certain dignitaries around the world. From First Lady Michelle Obama to the Queen of England herself, it is possible to get a personalized item in the mail from them free of charge.
Lisa Bettany, who most of you may already know as Mostly Lisa, is an avid photographer. In one of her more recent blog posts, she shares some tips on how to take good event photos. Whether you’re attending the Olympic Games, a concert, or some other venue, you’ll want to be properly prepared and armed for the task at hand.