Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Fashions of the Tudor Court - The French Hood

Anna Belfrage
Anna Belfrage says “Fashions of the Tudor Court - The French Hood”
mizliot.hubpages.com — The French Hood was famous in both England and France during the Tudor period. But how did it manage to keep up with changing fashions and reign supreme for over thirty years?

Under Armour Uses Hashtags to Rally Community - Social 'n Sport

AntrimCycle says “"@WarJessEagle: 2 good examples from Under Armour of pulling fans into the story ”
socialnsport.com — It’s the “social” in social media that sets it apart from other mediums. Social media gives brands a first-hand connection to consumers unlike traditional methods of advertising. Brands need to practice listening and interacting to make the most of the platforms. Why? Because this builds community, relationships, advocates and likability. All too often though brands forget …

October 18, 1851: Herman Melville’s ‘Moby-Dick’ Is Published

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www.thenation.com — Today in 1851 Moby-Dick was published in London under the title The Whale. It was largely ignored, when not openly ridiculed, and Melville was neglected as a writer and impoverished for most of the latter years of his life. Until, that is, Raymond M.

How To Build Loyalty Among Your Readers Online

AntrimCycle says “How To Build Loyalty Among Your Readers Online”
services4authors.com — There are three classic methods for building a loyal following of readers online: 1. Provide something of value, related to your book, which you can talk about online. Are you an expert? Can you share some of your expertise? Are you funny? Are you knowledgeable…

Genius; A Saviour?

Philippa Rees
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Genius: The Challenge to Political Correctness. Opening Our Eyes. A man of genius…is a spring in which there is always more behind than flows from it.’  James Froude. In this day o…