Currently viewing the category: "Social Media"

Professional Job Search I, Kelly Kinkaid, am currently conducting a professional job search in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area. I am a detail-oriented Social Media Strategist, Specialist and Content Developer. I have a strong interest in continuous learning and am excited about the opportunity to transistion to your company. My former work experience will provide an [...]

Continue Reading

Today my friend Jennifer in What We Talk About When We Talk About Weight bravely told her story regarding her battle with weight issues and the discussions she has with herself about her weight over the years. As I started to post my comment regarding her beautiful writing, I ended up creating something that I [...]

Continue Reading

I just got back from a bloggers conference, #FinCon12, and like all other conferences there is always a big debate about how to write good content. Some writers believe the process should be organic and if the writing is good enough readers will come.  Some writers prefer to create quality content with the aid of [...]

Continue Reading

These past few days I have been in Denver, Colorado enjoying the Financial Bloggers Conference, also known as #FinCon12 for those of you who have been drowning in my tweets. And I have to give out kudos to the great organizer of this conference, Philip Taylor of PT Money. It was an exceptionally well run conference [...]

Continue Reading

At least once a week writers and other social media professionals in my professional groups on Facebook have a discussion about how much is too much to expose about yourself on various social media sites. I think it is an especially important topic these days as more and more brands and possible employers are actively [...]

Continue Reading

This Leap Day I got together with several other bloggers for a Leap around the Blogosphere, an idea initiated by Jessica Cohen at Found the Marbles. This year we’re answering questions about ourselves so that you can get to know us better, and of course as a financial blogger I had to put my own [...]

Continue Reading

Content Farms: How Non-Social Media Professionals See Them My husband said to me out of the blue the other day, “I hope your freelance posts have more substance that what I’ve been reading online lately.” I asked him what he meant, and he said, “I go to a reputable site because they have an interesting [...]

Continue Reading

The Blogger’s Husband

On November 8, 2011 By

I’ve been a blogger for many years now, and I often joke with my husband about his lack of interest in my craft. But quite honestly I understand why he does it. It’s the same reason why I really don’t care to listen to his stories about being an auditor, fraud investigations, working with clients, [...]

Continue Reading

Yesterday I read a piece from Joanne Bamberger, also known as Pundit Mom, on BlogHer. It was the first of a series called “Why I’m Political.” In this series she is interviewing women who “don’t usually write about the political world — but, when they dipped their toes in those waters, wrote some amazing essays.” [...]

Continue Reading

In 2007 when I was only a year into blogging, a mere blogging baby, I joined NaBloPoMo, a writing challenge in which bloggers through out blog land commit to writing one post a day for an entire month.  I didn’t  really understand what it meant to sign up for such a challenge.  I was more [...]

Continue Reading