I am very happy to announce the release of the Social Circles plugin for WordPress.
This plugin allows you to display social media icons in any widget area on your site. You can display them in your header, your sidebar or even your footer.
As a guy who was born in Southern California and lived there during the heyday of early west coast rap, I feel comfortable using the “Straight Outta Compton” reference.
After all, I lived miles away from the heart of South Central LA and personally witnessed some really bad things.
You’d think that spending eight seconds on the back of raging bull would be easy. But as a person who’s done it a few times, I assure you that it’s not.
In fact it’s more than difficult, almost impossible – depending on which bull you draw.
I’m sure that most of you don’t know this, but years ago when I was younger I spent many afternoons on the back of a 2000 pound animal that wanted nothing more than to throw me off and put it’s horns through my side.
That sounds pretty dramatic, and let me assure you, riding a bull really is.
You might notice that a majority of blogs these days have some mechanism in place which allow you to share posts to your social media followers.
Whether it be Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus or LinkedIn, with one click you send instantly share something you feel is important with them.
I was going to wait until Monday to publish this post, but decided that a shorter, abbreviated version would do just fine.
This afternoon Celeb Boutique tweeted what you see at the top of this post. In light of the tragic shootings last night in Aurora, Colorado this created a bad situation.
Immediately this caused an uproar in the social media world, and thousands of Twitterers immediately jumped online to speak their words.
Ever wonder how people with crazy schedules stay cool through it all?
Yeah, there are times in my day where I wonder the same thing. In fact, not a day goes by where in some form I don’t think (or stress) about this.
But I’ve come a long way since I quit my day job and became an entrepreneur years ago, and I’d like to share with you how I stay cool in these crazy, fast-paced days.