I am an 80’s kid! I loved growing up in the ’80s. I tell my kids often that though they have more advanced technology than I did growing up, the ’80s were still far better! I still get nostalgic when I see toys from those great days!
Bring the Indoors Out with This Outside TV Made for Outdoors
As Summer begins to heat up and schools break for the summer, it brings with it many great opportunities to make great memories with family and friends. Whether taking a swim on a hot summer day or grilling out, summer is the perfect time to be outdoors! SunBrite Veranda Series Oudoor TV is ready to take your outdoor gathering to the next level.
Total Tech Support for ALL Your Installation Needs
Christmas is now in the rearview mirror. If your home is like mine, we are just getting back into the groove of our normal schedule. School is back in session and all the parties and family gatherings have subsided. You may still have Christmas gifts sitting in boxes that you are eager to use but just haven’t had the time or know-how to put them into action. Best Buy’s Total Tech Support helped us out in a BIG way right after Christmas! The Total Tech Support from Best Buy is a yearly plan that provides tech support all year long from Best Buy.
The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product.
Fossil Women’s Smartwatch is Great for Every Busy Mom
I am one busy mama these days. The holidays are busy enough but when you add in having two kindergarteners learning to read (my own and another I am fostering), a 6th grader who plays basketball, and a 10th grader who not only enjoys being anywhere his friends are but who also plays both JV and Varsity basketball for school. PLUS, all four kids involved in church functions all while I am trying to operate a business…. I am always running in every direction. I have children (and a husband) who need my undivided attention most of the day. I haven’t always been very good at balancing my focus on them versus getting a little too into my phone. I would hear my phone go off, check the notification and instead of putting it back down, I would also check emails, scroll through social media, and before I knew it, I had been on my phone for 10 minutes… just to check a text! It is so easy to do. Thanks to my new Fossil – Gen 4 Venture HR Smartwatch I can keep my phone out of my hand and less distracted.
To go into blogging or vlogging, that is the ultimate question for many content marketers. And if you want to join in the bandwagon of making money on the internet, it is something to cause you to ponder. It isn’t just a decision for entertainers but also businesses.
What is vlogging? It is where you make videos for a vlog. That is, creating content and posting it in the form of video. In a blog, you will use text as your primary means of communication. And may need to use a sentence rephraser online, once in a while.
What is The Difference?
You are new to the world of content marketing or are an experienced person who has noticed that the need for video content online is growing, and fast. How then do you choose the medium that will work for you?
A blog is like an online journal. It is where you share your observations, opinions, thoughts, experiences, etc. If you don’t mind working with a rephrase paragraph tool, and can write down your thoughts with ease, this could be it for you.
It is suitable for information that is best conveyed in complex or long form. You need to hone your writing skills, learn the importance of SEO, and how to use social media to boost traffic to your site, among other things.
Pros and Cons
• They are easy to setup at depending on your choice, may not need any monetary investment. You can use platforms such as WordPress, Tumblr, Blogger, etc.
• You don’t need a lot of equipment. A must-have includes a computer and internet connection. You can get free images online and must have a knack for writing.
• Consistency: with a blog, you need to publish fresh content regularly. Lack of consistency may make the readers lose interest in your material.
It is video logging in full. In that, you create videos rather than write content. If you don’t mind recording yourself, then this could be it. Many “vloggers” use YouTube to share and post their content.
Also, with this, you don’t need to work with a rephrasing generator. The videos you create should be unique and informative. You will have to familiarize yourself with video editing software, get yourself a quality camera or smartphone.
Pros and Cons
• It is easy to setup, but you need to have the right and expensive equipment. For one, no one wants to watch blurred videos. Get yourself a video camera that produces high-definition videos. You also need a quality microphone and a good video editing software.
• Once published you either take it down or re-make it, if you need to edit a video.
• It is time-consuming to create a vlog, it takes hours. You begin by filming, then editing, before publishing it.
You do not have to choose between the two. You can try both blogging and vlogging, and they can operate side by side. But if you mind recording yourself but have no problem writing down your thoughts, then, it is blogging, and vice-versa.