Whether you travel for work or for fun, being able to hop on online at your hotel is almost second-nature. Hotel Chatter has released their 2013 report on Hotel WiFi. It lists the hotels that offer “free” and fee-based WiFi access. “Free” is in quotes because oftentimes the charge is embedded within the resort fee that many hotels charge these days. Granted I’m sure there are hotels who really do offer free WiFi for guests to use.
Hotel Chatter also posted a great infographic of the report, if that is more to your liking. Click on the image below to enlarge!
Bookmark the report and always have it on-hand for reference!
Hotel Chatter – 2013 Hotel Wifi Report
Hello! Thanks for visiting, everyone! I hope you had a great time at BlogHer 2012 and found our panel useful.
I’m embedding our panel’s presentation as well as the outline (with more details/resources) so you can download them and keep them in your files. If you’re linking them or embedding them in your own blog posts, please give credit where credit is due. Attribution will save your butt from lawsuits. (Most of the time.)
Thank you, attendees!
Good news for jobseekers – I’ve installed a Jobs page to make looking for social media and online marketing jobs a little bit easier. I hope it helps you in your search!
If you’re interested in social media jobs within regulated industries, let me know. There’s a financial services company looking for a social media pro to help build out their program. Have you seen it? Go here to check out the full description.
If you haven’t joined the Social Media Jobs board on Facebook, you should take a look and apply to join! It’s free and plenty of folks are sharing job postings.
There’s also Social Media Jobs USA on Facebook. Yep, that’s two, guys!
If you’re looking for social media jobs in the nonprofit industry, be sure to visit idealist.org and the Nonprofit Jobs Coop!
And of course, don’t forget our Social Media Club LA (SMCLA) website and Facebook Page for open listings!
Do you get tired of scrolling and scrolling through pictures one-by-one on Instagram on your phone? I found three different desktop viewers that look great and do the job. Check out Statigram, Instagrid and Webstagram. Read on…
Statigram will show you the stats for each photo as well as the stats on what you’ve Liked the most from your favorite Instagram friends. The interface is cleaner and easy to use. If you have a Facebook Page, you can import your photos into a Facebook Cover Photo – perk! (Saves me the time from Photoshopping everything!)
Here’s what my photos look like on the dashboard:
Now if you like the grid look and you want to display your photos, there’s Instagrid! Folks who are logged in can subscribe to your feed, just like following you on Instagram. This does not pull any stats on who liked your photo or commented on it. It’s purely a photo album, which also has its perks.
There’s one more I wanted to highlight for you Instagram junkies, and that’s Webstagram! Just like the other two, you can view your photos in grid format versus list format. (Makes it easier since these are photos.) I like Webstram‘s interface because you can share photos with their shortcuts to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Tumblr buttons.
Here’s what mine looks like:
There you have it. Three great choices to view your Instagram photos online. I’d recommend playing with these three and going with the one that is most intuitive for YOU. It’s possible that one may serve as just a photo album for you to link to. It’s possible that one is great for your blog and RSS feed.
Now get out there and start playing with these! Tell me which viewer you end up with!
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