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In contrast to the Designer’s Quest(ionnaire), the focus here is on those engaged in the blog medium—why they do it and what tools they use. This fourth installment features Joanne Molina, Editorial Director of The Curated Object, a “non-profit media project interested in the exhibition and display of decorative arts, design and objects and those who find our engagement with them compelling.” Her sustained experience with blogging may help your entrance into the blogosphere or further inform your current work in it: 1.
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Use alt tags on images. This is one of the simplest ways in which to make your website more accessible, yet it’s amazing how often it’s forgotten. [sws_grey_box box_size="400"]Eg. 2. Untitled. Since I started blogging nearly 2 years ago the features that a lot of bloggers included in their blogs have changed dramatically as the social web becomes a vital component of the way we use the web and integrated into the online world. So it’s time to take a fresh look at what functionality you should be including if you want your content to spread and to enhance and amplify your personal brand. Let’s take a quick glance at what’s happened in that time to place some perspective on why your blog may need fine tuning or major surgery.
Facebook in 2009 was only a quarter of what it is today at 150 million users, (it now has 600 million) and Facebook pages for companies had only been available for a 12 months with not many corporates using it to connect and spread their brand on the social web. Twitter at the start of 2009 only had 8 million users and it is now approaching 200 million and has become a mainstream social networking platform with real clout. 1. 2.
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Most people are underestimating the reach and power of social media that has really only been available to the public for barely 5 years. The previous generation built their personal brands on television, radio, magazines and newspapers. You now have the opportunity to build a personal brand utilising the power and leverage of social media and blogs that can accelerate the process.
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