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Each Year, WebSite101 participates in Blog Action Day #BAD13 to help support a project with the goal of bettering our world through attention and writing on a topic agreed upon by a panel of supporting bloggers. This year the topic is Human Rights. As a site focused on Small Business, we understand that our audience [...]

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@blogactionday12 #PowerOfWe #BAD12 Those Twitter user handle and hashtags represent Blog Action Day 2012 discussing the Power Of We – internet blogging community action, bringing thousands of bloggers together to discuss a single topic on October 15. The topic this year is “The Power of We” which is about how bloggers, social media and individual [...]

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The tag #BAD11 stands for Blog Action Day 2011. We’ve participated in this yearly blogging event since 2008 and would like to encourage other bloggers to support this worthy cause to raise social awareness of important issues and discuss them in your blog posts. This year, as an exercise to help me focus on food [...]

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WebSite101 is participating in Blog Action Day 2011 – The subject is Food and we’ve proposed an activity to help raise awareness of #BAD11 on Instagram by putting together an activity encouraging instagram iPhoneographers to tag their food related photos with the #BAD11 tags. Below is the promo photo distributed on Instagram, along with the [...]

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Clean Water for the World

October 15, 2010

Water and business are inextricably linked, but when you talk to someone about using water in their business, few will give water much thought. Think about how much wasting of that precious resource happens in business. Avoiding contributing the byproduct of polluted water to the wastewater system should be a common goal. We take access [...]

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#BAD09 Today is Blog Action Day 2009 and bloggers are uniting to discuss what could be called the most important issue facing all of humanity – Global Climate Change. Social media has been used to discuss corporate interests, small business and local concerns and even trivial daily minutia. Even though bloggers feel free to discuss [...]

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