Lily Kershaw, 22, was born and grew up in the Los Angeles, California. Her breakthrough came when one of her songs, “As It Seems,” was featured in the season seven finale of the popular CBS television series Criminal Minds in 2012. A second song, “Ashes Like Snow,” was again featured prominently in the eighth season finale of the show a year later.
- Liked this? Check out her other hit single, “Ashes Like Snow“, at this link.
- Her debut album, Midnight in the Garden (2013), can be found on iTunes here.
- Interview with Lily Kershaw: Watch Lily Kershaw Bloom
Yesterday at BlogWorld, our CEO Yaron Galai delivered a presentation catered to bloggers and content creators looking to distribute content at scale. The theme of the address touched on an important question: “What happens if no one is reading your blog?”
WordCamp Las Vegas | WordCamp Central | SOLDOUT | There is a waiting list though.
WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other.
Next WordCamp Las Vegas, NV
Date December 14-15, 2013
Location InNEVation Center6795 Edmond StreetLas Vegas, NV 89118AboutWordCamp Las Vegas, the only WordPress training and networking event in Southern Nevada, takes place December 14-15, 2013 at inNEVation Center, 6795 Edmond St. This year’s WordCamp marks its five-year anniversary.
- Top Ten Reasons I Loved WordCamp Orlando! (jeriklindgren.wordpress.com)
- Zemanta On The Road – On our way to WordCamp Boston (zemanta.com)
Back in September we announced some cool new ways to connect your WordPress.com site to your Google+ account. One major improvement was the ability to bring your WordPress.com and Google+ profiles closer together by sharing your content via Publicize.
Make your content visible on your Google+ Page
Today we’re happy to announce yet another way to integrate the two platforms. You can now use Publicize to share your WordPress.com content on your Google+ Page too!
While Google+ Profiles are used by individuals, Google+ Pages function as a space for organizations, companies, public figures, and other branded entities (for example: your blog!). You’d use your Google+ Profile to interact with friends and personal acquaintances; your Google+ Page would serve your public persona as a professional, business owner, artist, or blogger.
To get started, head over to your dashboard, then go to Settings → Sharing. When you’ve reached the…
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