A digital content marketing guru recently told conference attendees that when we blog, we are writing for Google, not our blog's actual audience.
Churches seem to love conducting personality tests these days. But what does an Enneagram test and other similar ones accomplish?
Fast food chain Burger King is out with a new ad that's definitely on the unconventional side. It features a moldy burger designed to make a point.
The Food and Drug Adminstration approved a new drug to treat children and teens suffering from a peanut allergy. But don't stock up on peanut butter yet.
When writing obituaries or sharing news of someone's demise, we often turn to death euphemisms to ease the blow. But for some style guides, that's a no-no.
Once upon a time, bloggers could use an unfortunate practice called keyword stuffing to improve their blog's search rankings. Yes,...
Why do good, innocent people experience terrible suffering? The death of a 6-year-old girl has many wondering about bad news.
If there's one controversy I wish we could settle once and for all, it's the question of the meaning for the word blog. People use it for two meanings.
Social media platforms talk a big game about fighting fake news. So why are they apparently refusing to remove a doctored video from the State of the Union?
People are thinking romance for their Valentines this week. But when talking about Valentine's Day, don't forget that little mark.
Most of us who blog regularly do our best at proofreading before we publish. Sometimes, we rely on software as well as our own eyes.
Celebrating his acquittal in the Senate, President Donald Trump may have missed a key message at a prayer breakfast Thursday morning.
Both Democrats and Republicans accused each other of bad behavior at this week's State of the Union Address. One side was worse.
For days I've watched people complain about the "inappropriate nature" of the Super Bowl halftime show. Their complaints don't earn much sympathy from some.