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Making Legal Easy: Ithemes and WordPress Webinars

What You Should know about images and US copyright Talk Recording: “What You Should Know About Website Images and U.S. Copyright” Handout: Intro to Copyright 9 Liability Risks of Building a Website Talk Recording: “9 Liability Risks of Building a Website” Handout: Website Liability Risks  What you need to know about GDPR Talk Recording: “What you need to know about GDPR”  Handout: GDPR Essentials Preparing for the Worst as a WordPress Business Owner Talk Recording: “Preparing for the Worst as a WordPress Business Owner” Handout: Continue reading →

Multiplying the value of conference attendance

Attending conferences can cost a large amount of money – I average about $1000 a conference just for hotel, flight, and that doesn’t include the tickets. For this to make sense for your business, you have to know what your ROI is to make sure you’re getting the most out of the experience. So how do you go about multiplying the value of conference attendance? While these suggestions are primarily for those attending business or professional conferences, they really apply to any kind of conference Continue reading →

Career Strategy and Success Summit

Join me for the Career Strategy and Success Summit (hosted by Military Transition Network) is coming up in Austin later this month – 22-24 July in Austin, Texas! The theme for this year’s Career Strategy and Success Summit (CS3) is “Driving You to Success”. The purpose of the CS3 conference is to prepare our attendees for their future success, whether it be towards private sector employment, entrepreneurship ventures, or academic advancement. We will be carrying this future-mindedness theme throughout our fun-filled and exciting 2 ½-day conference. Continue reading →

“Radical Generosity” – TEDx LadyBirdLake

Good things are worth the wait. TED’s process for publishing talks on the youtube channel takes time, but my talk from TEDx LadyBirdLake, “Radical Generosity” is live! Doing what you can with what you have, is often an ingrained value as a result of adversity and scarcity. The desire to leave a positive legacy in our community is not rare. But, often the very practical needs of supporting our own families, paying our bills, and meeting our basic needs push giving and service to our Continue reading →

Behind the scenes of a TEDx talk

TED stands for Technology, Education, and Design. TEDx are independently run, community & grassroots organized, but are still licensed by the TED organization. TED talk is a descriptive for the types of talks that are given at these events. Speaking at TEDx has been on my bucket list for some time, but I was incredibly excited to be able to cross it off the list in early May. The rules for TEDx talks are the same as for TED talks. The talk can be no Continue reading →

WordCamp Birmingham

It’s been 16 years since Anna was last in Birmingham, Alabama! She’s excited to be back y’all, for WordCamp Birmingham 2018. This is Anna’s second time speaking at a WordCamp for 2018, following WordCamp Albuquerque earlier in the year! To buy tickets go here The lovely organizing team at WordCamp Birmingham spotlighted Anna on their website earlier this week, alongside two other speakers! She will be giving two talks at WordCamp Birmingham – 5 Things WordPress Users need to know about Copyright and Intellectual Property Continue reading →

This is a “must attend” conference in the Military Community Marketing Space

It’s time to buy your tickets for the Military Influencer Conference:  calling all Veteran and Military Spouse Advocates, Business owners, and Online Entrepreneurs, and those companies seeking to market to the military community! There is a conference I think is a “must attend” for 2018. If you want to understand how to market to the military community, if you want to succeed as a military connected entrepreneur, or if you want to build a platform, business, or organization serving clients outside of the military community: Continue reading →

After School Programs

After school programs serve children and youth of all ages, and encompass a broad range of focus areas including academic support, mentoring, youth development, arts, and sports and recreation. Some well-known programs in the US include Boys and Girls Clubs of America. In Australia many after school programs are based on school property. Before and After School Program Options School-based programs Schools provide a variety of extracurricular programs (from sports to drama and various clubs, etc.) that young people can be engaged with after school. Continue reading →

How to be a Networking Rockstar!

You want to know how to be a networking rockstar?! I have news for you. It is really quite simple: Be a real person interested in another real person. That’s it. Seriously. Everything else I have to share with you are tactics and techniques. Be a real person. I’m not going to wax lyrical about how you have to be an extrovert. Rather, I am going to encourage you to find ways to be yourself. By showing genuine interest in other people – and allowing Continue reading →

10 Smartphone Apps for Academics

This post on Android Smartphone apps for Academics is an addendum to my post on Productivity Tools for Academics, Grad Students, and Scholars. Here’s my quickfire list for android smartphone applications for Academics, Grad Students, and Scholars: Quick Cite An application for use on Iphone and Android. 59p for Iphone, 64p for Android. Must use IEEE format to ensure place of publication is included. Essentially for those of us who use Endnote or Zotero. ice idea to have MLA, Harvard etc, but the MLA reference Continue reading →