Reading Round-up: Sleazy photographers and amusing infographics
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Reading Round-up: Sleazy photographers and amusing infographics

Working from home can get a bit lonely, but it sounds like the trade-off is worth it. Plus, you can always post your outfit on your blog if you don’t want your cat to be the only one to see it.  The Beat Goes on, Minus the Glitz

I could go on about this for days: Fashion Brands and Social Media ROI: Are the traditional measures really relevant?

The ideas presented in Getting Serious About Social Media apply to large and small/independent business owners alike. Registration is required to download the whitepaper (I hate having to disclose anything other than my email address), but the info it contains is worth it.

Along the same lines, this chart from Marketing Sherpa rates the effectiveness of social media in reaching business objectives. Something to think about if you’re not already involved, no?

Ew. Photographer Terry Richardson is (allegedly) one of those creepy pervs who takes pride in being a creepy perv.

Yet another infographic, this one making fun of…infographics. Why didn’t I think of this?

10 Ways for Creatives to Reduce Procrastination Without Planning could be reduced to one simple idea: Just do it. I think Nike already covered this ground, but it’s a worthwhile article anyway.

1 Comment
  • Alicia

    March 18, 2010 at 8:05 pm

    Terry Richards…I had to do a post on that myself.