Lanzamiento de la colección de #Básicos2015, fanzines de pequeño formato publicados por la casa editorial Pupa Press. El mío es “Aguas revueltas”, una lectura del poemario “La revolución de las ratas” (Esto no es Berlín, 2013), de Francisco Godoy Vega.
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CIFT Results 2015 – Technical Asst & Hindi Translator Final Results: Central Institute of Fisheries Technology (CIFT) has released final results for the post of Technical Assistant (Press & Editorial) & Hindi Translator. Written Test & Interview was held on 23-07-2015. Appeared candidates can check their results at below link…
Meet Elise Armitage, a SF-based tech gal (by day) who brings her keen eye and California style to life on her blog, WTFab! Elise delivers beautiful photographs, great outfits, and her fun personality in her sponsored posts. Be sure to check out how Elise got started as a blogger, plus some tips on getting posts organized below!
How did you start blogging?
My first job out of grad school was at a small communications agency in San Francisco where I managed our marketing efforts, including our blog, editorial calendar, press releases and industry articles. I really enjoyed the content creation and branding aspect of my job, but I wanted to have an outlet where I could write about my personal interests outside of work (rather than employee communication strategies ;)). When choosing a vertical for my blog, I wanted to avoid pigeonholing myself so that I could write about a number of different things that I love, and never get bored. And so, WTFab, a fashion + lifestyle site was born.
What social media outlet do you use most frequently and why?
Like most fashion bloggers, I’m addicted to Instagram (find me @wtfab!). I love being able to share outfits or beautiful snippets of my day-to-day that don’t make it on to my blog. I also love the entire act of ‘gramming–styling the shot, editing the lighting, adjusting the cropping and tilt. It’s a creative process that I really enjoy and can do anywhere.
What are some Clever tips for planning out/organizing your blog posts every week?
I’m obsessed with using Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Drive to organize my life (full disclosure, I also work at Google full-time!). I use Gmail settings to create different inboxes that act as to-do’s and reminders for me, Google calendar to map out the month’s blog posts, and Google Docs to make notes for ideas for posts.
How do you put your own unique and personal twist on sponsored posts?
My motto behind my blog is that you can be both of substance and style. I keep this in mind when I’m creating sponsored content, and my aim is for it to be both aesthetically pleasing and useful. I think that’s a winning combination.