I was recently asked how I choose what parties to feature on our homepage and on our social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, so I wanted to give you my tips for getting your party featured on Catch My Party and shed some light on how I go about deciding.
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I can't tell you how excited I am about this... we're ready to share the work we've been doing on the redesigned Catch My Party site!
This month, the theme is recipes that feature late summer fruits and vegetables. If you are a fruit and veggie lover (which I definitely am), you will die over the creative recipes and beautiful photos!
Now that it's back to school time, are you fretting over what to pack your kids for lunch? I know I am. My daughter, Lainey, is the pickiest eater.
Well, here's the new free Back to School Foodie app for iPad and iPhone, filled with 40 creative ideas for school lunches to get both you and me inspired for the months ahead. And another cool part is my chicken soup recipe is featured! Thank you, Foodie!
What an incredibly fun day I had shooting my new headshots with Jillian Kay, photographer & owner of Epoxy Studios in San Jose, California.
If you love looking at gorgeous food, especially desserts, you must check out the new free Summer Sweets Foodie App available for the iPad and iPhone. And if that's not compelling enough, our Red, White, and Blue Strawberry Shortcake is featured as the second recipe!! Woo hoooo!
Here's our recipe! Thank you, Foodie, for including us. I promise this strawberry shortcake recipe is delicious and perfect for summer!!
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I don't know about you, but I'm starting to like Google+. I have both a G+ Catch My Party page and a G+ personal page. They are similar to my business page and personal page on Facebook, and I share different content on each one.
I think Google+ is the new social network. It does help with SEO (getting found in Google searches), plus you won't miss people's updates (and they won't miss yours) like what happens on Facebook.
This weekend I went to the Maker Faire in San Mateo, California and it was awesome! As a maker myself, I was totally inspired. It's a combination of DIY, technology, and crafting.