It’s been a crazy week in more ways than one. First of all, congratulations to all the Boston Marathon runners, the city of Boston, and the bombing victims for showing your strength on Monday. The fact that it’s been a full year since the marathon bombings, and the insane few days that ensued afterwards, blows my mind. #BostonStrong

In other news, I got published all over the interwebs this week. Here are the top stories:

Tips for drawing a firm boundary between work and home

Work Life BalanceI was interviewed by The Globe and Mail about my blog post: How to Have a Good Work/Life (or Work/Write) Balance. I revealed even more tips and rationale for why this is such an important issue. Without maintaining a good work/life balance, I never would have found time to write my first novel. Read this >

 

50 Tweetable Twitter Tips You Wish You Knew Years Ago

50 Tweetable Twitter TipsI compiled a list of 50 tips on how to use Twitter correctly, from how to optimize your Twitter profile to what types of content you should tweet. Each tip is tweetable, so you can schedule one tip for the next 50 days and look like a social media pro!  Read this >

 

 

How to Quickly Write a Blog Post in a Time Crunch

Quickly Write Blog PostsBlogging is key for driving traffic to your website from search engines and social media channels. It will give you the opportunity to rank for search queries with every blog post you write. In this post, I discuss how can you quickly write good blog posts when you’re in a time crunch? It’s not as hard as you think. Read this >

 

How to Be an Efficient and Effective Marketer (Without Losing Your Sanity)

Be an Effective MarketerThese days, marketers need to be responsible for traffic generation, website upkeep, blogging, social media, lead generation, email blasts, and more. In this post, I share some time-management tactics I use that help me be efficient at my job, and let me handle all the tasks involved with generated leads for HubSpot with time to spare to write blog posts, too. Read this >

 

How to Create Perfect Posts on Social Media Platforms

Perfect Social Media PostsContent that works well on one social media channel might not work well on another. One image sized perfectly for one social platform might not be the right size for another. The best times of day to post to each social site might vary. Check out the top tips compiled in a beautiful infographic. Read this > 

 

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Click to tweet: Weekly Digest: Work/Life Balance, Twitter Tips, Blogging Quickly, and More! – http://bit.ly/1fls4mT by @DianaUrban

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