Student Blogs – From Moneyball to Cotton Seed Oil. Check them out!

Yes there are 200 million active blogs in the blogosphere. Never fear – my Digital Marketing class has created 7 fresh new ones to take a look at!

cotton-seedDeb’s Dietary Do’s and Don’ts –  Insight from a concerned consumer about the impact of the food we eat. She has discussed cotton-seed (see pic on left), hybrid corn, diet soda’s and auto-immune disease. And More to come!

Enjoy “Moneyball?” Here are 2 blogs about the business of baseball (sans Brad Pitt):

Cincy BBall

BaseballBryan talks about the Marketing of the national pastime, including social media efforts on Twitter and Snapchat.           America’s Greatest Tradition talks about the front office and business of the sport.

Retirement by Design deals with the key issues of who will be able to retire and when. It also offers advice on planning and saving for retirement.

Heard of the Paleo diet? Sound interesting? Pushing for Paleo discussing the details of the popular diet and  the reasons for the fad.

Expansion in Charlotte – Are you a fan of soccer living in North Carolina or SW Virginia and frustrated that the nearest MLS team is in Columbus, Ohio? This blog is for you!

What does it take to pass the CPA? Another student blog talks about the issues and work involved.

Tech Doodles – Finally I take the liberty of recommending a new tech cartoon blog that happens to be created by my daughter.

EIGHT new blogs – check them out! Return next week to the ones you find interesting!

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