Monday, May 6, 2013
Lead the discussion as a blogger for Peachtree Corners Patch.
Peachtree Corners Patch has many inspirational, funny and interesting bloggers. For example, Robert Nebel shares his thoughts on everything from the Boston Marathon bombing to the local pollen count. Steve Rausch blogs about living a drama-free life (among other things), while the Georgia Charter Schools Association has a new blog on Peachtree Corners Patch that will keep us all informed on charter school initiatives. You don't have to write much, and you don't have to write perfectly. Just tell us what's on your mind. It's free. It's simple. It's fun! Environmental issues, health and fitness, high school extracurricular activities, running a business, using social media, answering tech questions — even displaying your photos — the list …
Monday, April 1, 2013
We are looking for passionate, creative community voices like yours.
Are you passionate about something in the Peachtree Corners? Contact us! Whether it's food, family, schools, government, business, social issues, exercise, fashion or business–if it's your thing, we'd like you to consider blogging for Patch. Anyone may apply. I am specifically interested in talking with: Don't be shy! Peachtree Corners Patch is on a mission to recruit fresh voices, and this is a great opportunity to make your voice heard. We want to hear what you have to say. Patch bloggers are not paid and will own their blogs, so if you are already blogging and want to share with our readers, too, let us know. This is a chance to share your expertise and opinions with a wider audience! Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are …
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Serving as a 'Local Voice' is easier and more fun than you may realize.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
Wednesday, January 16
Do you enjoy talking about sports? Or are you an avid fisherman who’s eager to help others learn to enjoy the sport. Or are you a parent who finds those bits of humor or pearls of wisdom in the great adventure called parenthood. Environmental issues, health and fitness, high school extracurricular activities, running a business, using social media, answering tech questions — even displaying your photos — the list of topics for a blog is virtually limitless. So in the interest of pulling in some more voices, here's a quick list of five questions readers often have about blogging and being a Local Voice on a Patch community site. 1. Do you have to be a writer? You do need to have some computer skills and keyboard skills as we don't take …