Sometimes I feel so much written word is wasted; read by too few and forgotten in its digital vault. This is why learning to write research chapters in a way that conforms to the standards of academic publications is vital to research. I’ve been learning to write to the style of the American Psychological Association (APA), and many journals have… Read more »
As all good research is based on discovery and begins with a state of questioning, it might be easy to say that all research is the same once this state is established, but this is simply not true. Last week I began by isolating formal from informal research, but today I’d like to go a bit further and talk about… Read more »
I have always enjoyed blogging because it is a chance to express my own thoughts and opinions in a free-flow form. Although I greatly enjoy school and learning, research papers have always felt stifling to me and have resulted in my distaste for research (I have been lovingly teased by my peers for being the “engineer” of the group because… Read more »
This month I celebrated 3 years of presenting social media and website marketing workshops as a guest of the San Luis Obispo Chapter of SCORE (the Service Corps. Of Retired Executives Association). To celebrate, I brought doughnuts for my students. Here, I’m pictured eating the lone survivor (not for long!!).
This F.A.Q. focuses on the lead questions for a small business Twitter marketing strategy asked by small business owners.