By Jason Aiginitis Photo Spheres are 360º panoramic photos that you can create using just your smartphone or DSLR camera. They are a great way to “share the world in 360º”. Unlike normal photos where a single viewpoint is captured, photo spheres allow others to freely look all around them to explore the entire scene….

 

By rsprung@hubspot.com (Rachel Sprung) Sometimes, Excel seems too good to be true. All I have to do is enter a formula, and pretty much anything I’d ever need to do manually can be done automatically. Need to merge two sheets with similar data? Excel can do it. Need to do simple math? Excel can do…

 
 
 
 

By Tal Valante How intimately do you know the blank, virginal screen? Do you have a love-hate relationship with it? On the one hand are many writing options, waiting to unfold. On the other, a dread of the unknown that freezes your fingers. And always, that vast, nagging question: what shall I write about? Take…

 

By Guest Column Editor’s Note: The following content is provided to Writer’s Digest by a writing community partner. This content is sponsored by American Writers & Artists Inc. www.awaionline.com. Everywhere you look, someone is talking about the growth of online content, and how it’s such a huge opportunity for writers … And then there’s the…

 

By Brian A. Klems Your best friend knocks on your door one afternoon. You open it and he or she is dressed in a strange costume. Before you can say anything, your friend hands you a sword and says, “I need your help. Your family’s life depends on it.” Just then, your friend opens what…

 

By Anne Wayman I was talking with another writer several days ago and they told me in a somewhat confessional manner that they had not finished their website yet. The problem seem to be they didn’t know how to do a good About Me page. There’s something about writing about ourselves that is difficult. But…

 

By Charlotte Tomlinson Following is different to connecting in a couple of main ways. Fundamentally, connecting and following on LinkedIn represents two different ways of engaging. A good analogy would be to think of connecting as more like becoming a friend with someone on Facebook, and following as more like following a person or organisation…