50’s Advertising for Alfred Angelo. So amazing I wish this dress was available now!
This post might help you create the perfect post for your Facebook. page. People are liking your Facebook because they want to hear about what your doing. Don’t disappoint them by just sending them advertising. Create a healthy mix of advertising, informative items, news and fun posts.
The social media site Pinterest allows every bride to put together an online mood board, complete with here favourite dresses, cakes, honeymoon ideas and everything else that will make her wedding day the perfect day. To help you create the perfect pinboards I have selected my ten favourite Weddings Pinterest sites to follow.
- Kat Williams for the alternative bride
- The Perfect Palette for the colourfull brideIn White especially great for finding the most amazing dresses
- In White especially great for finding that perfect dress
- One Fab Day just a great collection of ideas
- Chic Vintage Brides for the vintage style bride
- Martha Stewart Weddings for the conservative bride with a liking for DIY
- Style me Pretty great ideas for outdoor Weddings lots of real weddings
- Emmaline Bride great mix of different ideas for the wedding
- Ruffled lots of DIY and also groom friendly!
- Eco Brides with a focus on the eco friendly bride
Analyzing share of time spent on social networking sites in December 2012, comScore reveals that while Facebook dominated at 83% share, Tumblr occupied the second spot (5.7%), more than Pinterest (1.9%), Twitter (1.7%), and LinkedIn (1.4%) combined, and almost as much as the aggregate of all other social networks (6.1%).
18-29-year-olds more than twice as likely as the average internet user to use Tumblr (13% vs. 6%).
Photo colorization by Sanna Dullaway for TIME / Original Image by Toni Frissell / Library of Congress
September 12, 1953. John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier on their wedding day.
See more of Sanna Dullaway’s eye-opening colorizations for TIME here on LightBox.
- Reblogged from timelightbox
A couple of weeks ago I was looking for a good book on selling for one of the projects I am working on. As I was searching my way through Amazon I noticed one of the ads about what else was recommended to me. This book ‘The 100$ Startup’ spoke to me so much that I just had to order it. A couple of days later it arrived and I started reading and making notes for two whole days. Although I have been working for myself for a while, I realized that I never put enough thought in two things.
1) How can I make more money doing what I like
2) Am I really doing what I like