I had an epiphany just a little while ago about what I have been doing wrong on all the little side business ventures I have gotten myself involved with over the years, with the exception of my farming adventures. I tend to get focused on production types of items, that require a good deal of input, usually my time, to complete the item. And in the end, I have just that, one item that is good to be sold. What most business ventures need to be truly successful though is a product, good, or service that you make once and sell it many times.
First, it should be mostly obvious to the casual reader that I am largely indifferent in regards to Obama as president, neither being supporter by and large nor a rabid anti-Obama-ist that that seeks at every turn for his failure. That being said though, I will have to say that I am severely disappointed in his current bent toward what seems to be a no other option excepting a military strike against in Syria.
HooteSuite is another web app, that similar to BufferApp, has as its primary function the ability to queue posts to the top social media destinations, including Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and LinkedIn. It functions fairly similarly to the former as well. The differences are minor, but worth noting to be sure. I will note, that I personally use both – the former for most of my reading coming out of Feedly (a cloud based RSS reader, which as BufferApp integrated) and HooteSuite for those post that come up and I am sending right away or want to delay a bit because I just sent a post or two.
BufferApp is a pretty nice little tool for helping to get a handle on your social media information sharing. It works with Twitter, Facebook, and has just added Google+. What is it? The short answer is it allows you to queue up and schedule your social media information. It is, a bit more complex than all of that, but it is still very simple to use. With a little bit of effort, it can be used to great effect.
Has your WordPress site been around for a long time and occasionally when you go back to a much older posts you see some weird characters instead a quote or dash? You are note alone, and unfortunately you may have missed the main ‘bus’ that took care of that problem. I know I did. Those were all fixes (that sometimes worked) that were available in 2010 or so and no longer supported. However, there is always more than one way to get the problem solved and here in is about the most direct way to handle it.
Heard an interesting thing on the radio the other day about the comparison of health care cost in the United Sates versus that of other places world that are also considered tier one countries. I knew the results would show higher cost in our grand country, but I did not realize until this piece was done just how much difference it was. I apologize in advance for forgetting the details, but I recall it was on NPR and the lady presenting the facts was doing a year-long “Health Care Cost” piece for one of the major daily papers.