Posts Tagged ‘blogging’

One Year Later – A Review

It has been one year since I moved from Milwaukee to the infamous Twin Cities of Minnesota. And that means its also been one year now that I’ve been working from home. So its time for reflection. What I have learned: 1. I should have started a yogurt franchise because we now have two in our…

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Why You Won’t See any Dirt from Me Here

I tweet as @ladysportsman and I have this blog. Both are mine. I bought the blog domain name and for the most part, write my blogs on my own time. My twitter account is me, as well, and is a pseudo-representative of the company. I tweet some personal stuff (observations mainly) because I think people…

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Outdoor Bloggers Unite!

Come one, come all to the 1st Annual Midwest Fishing & Hunting Blogger Summit at Cragun’s Resort in Brainerd, Minn! After much conferring and “putting our heads together” with fellow blogger Jim Braaten (awesome guy, by the way), we created a networking opportunity exclusively built for outdoor bloggers. I’ve been reaching out to bloggers for…

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Why I Unsubscribed from Chris Brogan

Don’t get me wrong, I like Mr. Brogan. I like his blog posts, his e-newsletter and his Twitter feeds. His insights into social media, starting businesses and working effectively on projects are inspirational. So why did I click on the venerable “unsubscribe” button? I couldn’t take the backlog of blog posts piling up in my…

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Secrets of Outdoor Communicators, Part Deux

This post is the second part of my SEOPA conference wrap-up.  Scroll down to read my first part on tips and secrets of outdoor communicators as shared by Wade Bourne. Now we are continuing with more secrets shared by legends J. Wayne Fears, John Phillips and Mark Sosin. The list of accolades and awards on…

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