Grace Duffy

Grace Duffy is a Dallas-based Digital Strategist and blogger with a passion for connecting people through technology-- be it to a goal, a solution, or simply with one another. She is a Principal and Co-Founder of Splash Creative Media. Her personal blog can be found a FormerlyGracie.com. She is everywhere you tweet her name (@graceduffy) To learn more about Grace, you can find all of her links and social media profiles on about.me/GraceDuffy

Grace Duffy is a Dallas-based Digital Strategist and blogger with a passion for connecting people through technology-- be it to a goal, a solution, or simply with one another. She is a Principal and Co-Founder of Splash Creative Media. Her personal blog can be found a FormerlyGracie.com. She is everywhere you tweet her name (@graceduffy) To learn more about Grace, you can find all of her links and social media profiles on about.me/GraceDuffy

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A photo is supposed to be worth a thousand words. Well, that is only a fraction of the number of words spurred by one particular photo over the weekend.

In short, a publicist for Disney Motion Pictures took suggestive photo with four bloggers while on a press junket. Those involved claimed it was just harmless fun-- good friends ...

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Sadly, last week’s events in Boston, in West Texas, and all around the globe have become all too familiar. Yet, some people still have trouble grasping how to behave online during a national tragedy. While the news dominated Facebook and Twitter, some continued to carry on, business as usual and apparently oblivious to what was unfolding. ...

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While the world headed into a financial crisis in 2008, a new kind of economy emerged- the Share Economy- and created a new kind of entrepreneur. Also known as collaborative consumption or peer-to-peer marketplaces, the sharing economy is a practical yet creative system in which people can make an extra income from renting out a spare room in ...

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Taken to the most basic level, a brand is a name that stands for something. The most successful brands are those who make a personal connection with its customers and consistently deliver a great product/service. Think Apple, Google, or Disney. When you think of individuals who are considered brands, what names come to mind? Martha Stewart, ...

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Early in your career, work relationships tend to follow a set script—your boss tells you to do something and you do it. Any on-the-job training that you may get is typically focused on the job at hand, but does very little to guide or prepare you towards “what’s next”. Within traditional organizations, there was once a set path towards ...

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Did you hear about the guy who made his resume into a chocolate bar (and was hired). His friend posted about it on Reddit and the story went viral. Or, that guy who applied to Amazon by turning his resume into an Amazon product page, complete with shopping cart and ads? What about this first-of-its-kind video resume on Vine, an app that ...

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Ballet, baseball, open house, science fair, conference calls, nap blanket comes home from daycare on Wednesdays, sack lunches for the field trip on Thursday, Hubby is working late on Tuesday, Spring Break… This is what my past week consisted of. There is no way that I would have been able to keep this all straight on a wall calendar in my ...

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You’re social media savvy and looking to start something new. You are constantly encountering businesses, both large and small, that desperately need help in growing or maintaining their online presence. The need is tremendous. The opportunities are there. You’ve thought about putting your skills towards being a social media consultant, ...

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Last Friday, Yahoo! shocked and angered the masses when it issued an internal memo regarding a new policy that requires its employees who work remotely to relocate to company facilities or quit, effective June 2013. This effort is being spearhead by CEO, Marrisa Mayer, and is expected to only affect a handful of workers who work from home full ...

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When I started working for myself, I stopped taking the regular lunch breaks that I used to enjoy as a company girl. It wasn’t a conscious change nor one that I was even aware that I had made until my business partner pointed it out to me. Incidentally, she and I would have lunch together on a regular basis, and by lunch I mean pick something ...

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