Are you frustrated because a new BLANK Google Chrome window opens every time you click the link? You may have thought they had to do with your newest Mac OS Update. Nope!
It’s your Google Chrome. Not to worry though, there’s an easy fix.
Click on Chrome in your upper left-hand corner. Next, click on About Google Chrome.This will open up a new tab for your Google Chrome settings.
You will see that mine already says that Google Chrome is up-to-date but most likely, if you are experiencing the same problems I was, you will see that Google Chrome is in need of an update. To the right, you should see RELAUNCH. Click on relaunch and let the magic happen.
Voíla! Let me know if this helps or if you have come across other issues along with the fix.
This week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made an announcement about the changes that are to come to Facebook users. He stated, “we’ve gotten feedback from our community that public content — posts from businesses, brands and media — is crowding out the personal moments that lead us to connect more with each other.”
Zuck’s concern is aimed at the welfare of the community.
I invited one of my long time friends to the office to chat about Cause Marketing, an industry I focused on years ago. Brian Hawkins has built some amazing programs for a variety of causes globally and now he is Dean of Special Programs at Neils Brock CIBU in San Diego.
Check out the 10 minute chat with him where he gives a few key takeaways for creating campaigns for charitable causes.
For more info on the upcoming Cause Marketing progeams, visit their website at www.CIBU.edu and keep up with news about the charitable giving, Cause Marketing industry on twitter at @causemarketing.
The most common complaint I hear from companies is that their communications / PR firm “just isn’t doing anything”. Clearly, if a company or individual is feeling this way it is just plain frustrating. I get it. No one likes to watch their hard-earned dollars go down the drain.
BUT CONSIDER THIS…
I love to help companies find their voice and create a persona for their brand that is relatable and relevant to their audience. Generally, that is what a good communications professional does. There is one element that often gets forgotten from the equation of good communications strategies. Projecting company messages and good news requires client participation, not just the PR Firm.
It’s a big year for Chef Javier Plascencia. He has recently just published an homage to his city’s culinary history through 30 years of his cooking journey. With a slew of projects always keeping his Mexico superstar team busy, he has joined DMPR and we couldn’t be more excited!
We are proud to be officially handling his U.S. communications and engagements. Please contact us for any press and event appearance inquiries.
Consistent blogging is the most common hurdle I hear from influencer friends. I tell clients all the time that each post doesn’t need to be lengthy. Some can simply be quickies throughout your days. The same advice can be given to bloggers. These kind of posts allow an audience to get a glimpse of your daily thoughts/activities/life.
How To Be In The Moment
To capture the spirit of the moment for a post, doesn’t it seem best to not put it off? You lose the enthusiasm and sense of a situation the longer it takes to get it out of your brain.
Enter, the WordPress phone app. This app allows you to retrieve access to all your WordPress logins from one place. Check stats for yourself or clients. Post a photo or quote. Put a profound thought out in the cyberverse before it’s forgotten. WHATEVER.
Given you’re a WordPress user like myself, you have the ability to keep on top of your blog conveniently.
When I was seven years old, meeting a new person was an excruciatingly, painful experience. As an extremely shy kid, the anxiety that haunted me comes back as a clear reminder that I generally just wanted to close my eyes and pretend no one could see me.