Tag: social media

Co-Founder of The Cut Life, Tahira Joy Says It Only Took A Week Of Planning Until The Cut Life Launched

Partnered with several beauty brands including; Dr. Miracle’s, Lottabody and most recently Crème of Nature, The Cut Life, debunking short hair stereotypes, offers women an assortment of hairstyles for the short haired girl—from sassy to edgy, funky to classy, bald to bob, pixies to color and natural to relaxer through their digital platform.

CEO, Tahira Joy Wright shares exclusively how and why she started this trend setting company, The Cut Life.

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6 Social Media Mistakes That Are Hurting Your Brand

We’re in a time where everything is about image, branding, and marketing. Here are 6 mistakes that may be hurting your brand!

Germany Kent, Author of “You Are What You Tweet” Shares Twitter Tips

“You Are What You Tweet” offers an optimistic but spiritual outlook on using Twitter to build your brand and a step by step guide for the beginner tweeter. Is it ever okay to buy followers? Should you privatize your account? Are 140 characters enough to tweet? Find out what Germany Kent says!

Meteorologist Rhonda Lee, Known For Being Fired Over Facebook Post Gets Hired With WeatherNation

Almost two years ago Meteorologist Rhonda Lee was fired from KTBS-TV, an ABC affiliate in Shreveport, Louisiana for responding to viewer comments on Facebook about her natural crop hair style and the stations “The Three Minute Smile” contest. Since her termination, Lee has received national news from outlets like CNN, NewsOne, Essence and HuffingtonPost. As of July 2014, Lee has accepted her dream job with national weather station of Denver, Colorado, WeatherNation. About a month and a half shy of working at her new job, Lee discusses with me how she obtained her dream job, the resurfacing of becoming a news hot topic and updates she’s received from her EEOC lawsuit against KTBS.

[Intern Queen] 9 Social Media Blunders Young Professionals Make

Ever get bored, annoyed or frustrated at work and you tweet or Facebook your feelings about the job while you’re on the job? According to internship and career guru, Lauren Berger aka “The Intern Queen”, that is a big mistake! Berger discusses with me 9 social media mistakes young professionals make in the first few years of their careers.

Miss Mykie Spills “The Tea” On Her First Ever Instagram Show

It has been a few short months since singer, Mykel “Miss Mykie” Gray was last seen co-hosting on BET’s 106 & Park, the network’s most popular countdown music show. Since her official termination from BET this past summer, Miss Mykie has been hosting The Tea— the first ever Instagram show. Miss Mykie talks with AshFiMon about her experience at BET, her new show and crediting social media for building her brand.

You Call It Harsh; She Calls It Discipline, National Bestselling Author, Reshonda Tate Billingsley Talks About Her Social Media Stunt That Went Viral

NAACP Image Award winner, national bestselling author and Arkansan hall of famer are a few prestigious titles for ReShonda Tate Billingsley. It’s been over a year since Billingsley stirred up some controversy when her public disciplinary action against her daughter went viral. She talks with me about her upcoming movie produced by Queen Latifah’s Flava Unit, her social media stunt that went viral and life as a national bestselling author.

Former Meteorologist of KTBS-TV, Rhonda Lee, Says There Was No Policy That Didn’t Allow Her To Respond To Viewer Comments On Social Media

It’s been five months since Rhonda Lee, former Meteorologist of KTBS-TV in Shreveport, Louisiana was fired for responding to viewer comments on Facebook. Since then she’s been featured nationally on essence.com, huffingtonpost.com, CNN with Soledad O’ Brien and many more. Rhonda talks with me about issues within the Black community, what she is doing now and why she would go back to work at KTBS.