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Adrienne Erin

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Social media blogger/designer who loves sharing ideas and making awesome stuff. I write for @SiteProNews @BlogHerald @Socialnomics. Health tweets: @foodierxSocial media blogger/designer who loves sharing ideas and making awesome stuff. I write for @SitePr

Adrienne Erin is a social media marketer and writer who has had her work featured on Content Marketing Institute, MarketingProfs, and Search Engine People. She writes a biweekly column for SiteProNews and was named one of Offerpop's must-read social marketers.

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Are We Facing an Autoimmune Disease Epidemic?

Are We Facing an Autoimmune Disease Epidemic?
observer-reporter.com — Most of us expect that when we pick up a cold or flu bug, our immune systems will swoop in, fight off the invading bacteria or viruses and leave us no worse for wear. What happens when the immune system doesn't protect you the way it's supposed to, or worse, when your immune system turns on you?

3 Weight Loss Innovations to Keep You Feeling Full

3 Weight Loss Innovations to Keep You Feeling Full
observer-reporter.com — In recent years, new technology has made a variety of things easier. Finding new music, keeping in touch with friends and shopping from home are just a few things that have become more convenient with new innovations. Now there may be similarly good news for those who have struggled with weight issues.

10 Best Free Photo Sources for Entrepreneurs

10 Best Free Photo Sources for Entrepreneurs
chamberofcommerce.com — One of the most difficult steps when it comes to online publishing, blogging, or what-have-you is finding royalty free photos that you can use in your projects. It's already tough enough finding a good source, so when it comes to niche or incredibly specific topics it can be even more difficult.

Fighting the nursing shortage with technology

Fighting the nursing shortage with technology
observer-reporter.com — Nurses are constantly in high demand. After all, people are always getting sick, and nurses are dedicated to helping their patients recover as quickly as possible. Right now, there are more than 3.1 million registered nurses in the United States, with about 84% of them actively employed in the nursing field.

How to Know When It's Time for a Redesign

How to Know When It's Time for a Redesign
ezanga.com — "Your website is lousy." Now replace the word "lousy" with a wide array of disparaging slams posted by anonymous visitors. Those aren't the kind of reviews you want to get about your web portal. On the other hand, since you put up a comment section, you're opening yourself up to all kinds of criticism.

What’s behind the disappearing family doctor

What’s behind the disappearing family doctor
observer-reporter.com — The family doctor used to be a common feature in every town, large or small. The age of the house-call and the black medicine bag may have ended, but you can usually find a good family doctor in your town, right?

Millennials and Content Marketing

Millennials and Content Marketing
business.com — If you want to successfully reach Millennials with your content marketing efforts, you have to get to know them first. This means understanding their interests, concerns, passions, and behaviors. If you don't understand Millennials, you cannot reach out to them in ways that will receive a positive response.

Ending Organ Donor Shortages for Good

Ending Organ Donor Shortages for Good
observer-reporter.com — Organ donation shortages cause about 30 deaths a day in the United States alone. There is a lengthy waiting list of those in need of an organ transplant, and the supply of donors is scarce. However, science is working on solutions to this problem.

Coloring: A low-tech hobby and a high-tech world

Coloring: A low-tech hobby and a high-tech world
al.com — Coloring books. You may have heard that they're trending right now. "Adult coloring books" are flying off the shelves, reaching new audiences left and right. The reason? Somebody (in France, in 2013) thought to slap the label "anti-stress" onto something that has existed forever. France is one of the most depressed countries in the world.

Pinterest to debut 'buyable pins'

Pinterest to debut 'buyable pins'
al.com — "I gotta have this!" you think, as you add yet another picture of a cute, chic dress to your Pinterest board. You know you can't really buy that dress right now, but hey, nothing wrong with keeping something for future reference, right? Well, that's about to change.
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