Welcome to our Weekly Wrap Up blog series. We’re excited to bring you the best of all the online content that we’ve read, shared and created this week, all in one easy to read blog post.
Below you’ll find our favourites for this week from content we’ve shared on the Web Chameleon Facebook page and on Twitter ~ @WebChameleon. Our favourite finds by CEO,@BelindaJackson are included and finally, our latest blog posts and those we’ve shared this week from our own Web Chameleon blog.
Read, Share and Enjoy!
Our Top 5 from content we’ve found this week:
5 Tips for Increased Security Online
Concerned about security on social media sites? Catriona Pollard shares 5 tips to increase your security online.
Fact: Pinterest is Not for Everyone
Pinterest might be the hottest social media site around, but it’s not for everyone reports Social Media Maven
Create a Content Calendar – 4 Tips
Calendars help you organise ideas, prepare for busy times and help maintain consistency and relevance. SEM Group share 4 easy tips to create a content calendar
103 Ways to Improve Your Blog in 15 Minutes or Less
There are many ways you can add improvements to your blog – even if you only have 15 minutes free! Which ones can you implement to achieve better results?
Achieving Work Life Balance with Mobile Technology
Advances in technology, particularly with smart phones and tablets, make working from anywhere a breeze – Jessica at Blogging4Jobs explores the advantages.
Highlights from the Web Chameleon Blog:
Crowdsourcing 101: Why Crowdsourcing is good for small business
Small business owners who use technology to expand their teams globally are reaping the rewards.
We’ve created a series of short ‘how to’ guides to help you master Facebook Timeline and use it to your advantage.
Our favourite finds from @Belinda Jackson:
Self-Employed? How to Give Yourself a Raise in 2012
If you’ve been reluctant to raise your rates, this is a must read. Article from Mashable
[Manifesto] 25 Useful Brainstorming Techniques
This is an all-time classic among managers, project teams, students and teachers – Brainstorming techniques!
And Finally, our quote of the week:
“Your life is your message to the world. Make it inspiring.”
~ Lorrin L. Lee ~