Now that you've perfected your social media presence and actual business card, it's time to hone your craft. Here are the rest of Guy Kawaski's tips from his Alt Summer 2015 closing keynote. For examples of each tip, be sure to watch what he has to say himself.Read More
Growing up we’re told: if you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all. With the perceived anonymity of the Internet, the art of constructive feedback has all but vanished, replaced by personal attacks and criticism.
Let’s chat Wednesday July 22, 2015 at 9AM PDT/12PM EDT on Twitter about strategies and techniques for handling both negative comments and criticism. New to Twitter chats? You can find all the details on how to participate in a live Twitter chat here.Read More
Are you easily recognizable? Can people contact you if they need to reach you? Guy Kawasaki shared four tips during his Alt Summer 2015 closing keynote that will have people deciding if you're the right fit for them and adding you to their roster of people to contact for collaborations and other opportunities.Read More
When attendees are asked about their goals for attending for Alt Summit, two of the most common are networking with other creatives and learning. This round up of attendee recaps includes key takeaways from sessions as well as behind-the-scenes details on some of the event's interactive elements.Read More
In need of some inspiration? Well we have just thing!
Set aside two hours, grab your favorite drink, and close your office door. Get ready to have your socks knocked off by the opening and closing keynote speakers from Alt Summer. When you're done listening you'll be energized and ready to take on the world!Read More
Are you still recovering from Alt Summer? The post-Alt blues are real! To help you ease back into your real world and its hustle and bustle, here are some more recaps from attendees. Grab your favorite drink and sit back for some fun!Read More
Last week at Alt Summer 2015 during our closing keynote (it was a good one!), we announced a new project. It’s called coLAB! And it’s a collaborative project between three communities. Latina Bloggers Connect (that’s the L), Alt Summit (that’s the A) and Blogalicious, (you guessed it, that’s the B).
We’re all teaming up to cross connect our communities. As an Alt attendee, you can opt into this experimental program. If you do, you will be partnered with a member of the Blogalicious or Latina Bloggers Connect communities. Together, you and your new partner will come up with a fun, collaborative project, large or small — it’s totally up to you. Curious how you can participate? Read on!Read More