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#Branded

Originally posted on Taylor Is Not a Carrie:
A whole year answering calls and talking to customers just for the hope that someday I’d be able to make memes and twitter jokes about food.-@TaliaJane I’ve been thinking a lot about post-grad life in NYC. Let’s be real: I’m going to be poor for like 3 years out of school. In an effort to ruin my life make sure I’m ready to take on my personal finances as an independent and prepared adult, my parents have begun the transition from baby bird to something like indestructible aircraft by putting bills in my name and making sure I understand how this whole #adult thing works. (And I bet those empty nesters can’t wait till I’m off the bill 100%. For all I know, they’re probably rediscovering each other’s bodies and drinking red wine all day, every day, enjoying a kid-free household after going prematurely grey because of us. I guess they deserve it. Ew gross, I know. Sorry, mom.) I’m trying to prepare myself for the moments where…

Awesome mock up tools for designers, bloggers, and artists to showcase their work

Originally posted on Vasare Nar Art Fashion & Design blog:
Hello everyone! So today I want to share with you with my new obsession. Mock up scene/desktop creation kits that I found on google. With these It has never been easier to create your own desktop environment scene. It just takes seconds! All you need is to buy one of these amazing mock up tools and Photoshop and you can get started. It reminds me on The Sims game, when I was young I use to build rooms,and create different scenes. And now with these it would be so fun and easy to create a personal workspace/scene to showcase new work, when there is no time to take photographs and you want to present it nicely. So here are my favourite picks. Starting from just $14. The Girly-Girl Mock Up Creator $35 This Ultra Feminine Mock Up Creator is perfect for showcasing prints, cards, artwork & more. Whether you want to go vintage, rustic, or totally chic, this is the mock up for your girly needs! Fancy Items Scene Generator…

Why Can’t I Social Media?

Originally posted on One Guy in Portland:
So obviously as part of the millennials I should be very proficient handling myself on all the little social sites. When in truth I have the skill on these sites equivalent to a stack of pancakes. I barely update status, tweeting is absurd to me and Instagram is still just a very fast measure of weight. I know how to use it and apply it towards businesses and how to advertise. Studied that and really learned how to get the hooks in in any possibly imagined. I just do not feel like using all of it for this blog. Doing advertising for this blog like I would a hardcore business position would just make it feel hollow. Over time I kinda learned I do not need people on here ever day I just want people to grow and I want to keep myself honest on my projects. Maybe, I can even do an opinion piece or tell a story. It has been slow as of late and as…

Everything You Need To Know To Write The Perfect Twitter Bio

Writing a good Twitter bio (and perfecting social media, itself ) is an art form. It’s taken myself many months of trial and error as well as extensive research. You have 160 characters and less than 60 milliseconds to sell yourself to strangers.The images shown are the current look of the Young & Twenty Twitter page. I hope they can prove to be of visual help. Stay tuned for more posts on what I’ve learned about Twitter but for now, take a look at the list I compiled of everything you need to know to write the perfect Twitter bio. 1. A Good Picture Your profile picture should be a photo that includes your face, or at the very least, your back, side or I’ve even once used my legs. There’s no denying that people relate better to humans and faces more than Internet graphics and pixelated logo’s, but it’s obviously not everyone’s intention to put their identity out there. If you insist on your keeping your anonymity, try creating a virtual character of yourself, or …