This week we talked to another awesome Zemanta power user Stephanie Bernaba who blogs at Momma Be Thy Name.
Who are you?
My name is Stephanie. I am a former behavioral health professional turned stay-at-home mom of a two-year-old boy and one-year-old fraternal twins.
What do you blog about?
I think the better question is what don’t I blog about? Obviously, a large chunk of my writing centers around my parenting (mis)adventures, marriage, and navigating life with three babies aged two and under, but I also write about society, the challenges of being a woman, and topics that otherwise fascinate, confuse, or irk me.
When did you start using Zemanta?
Honestly? I started using Zemanta as soon as I noticed it in the bottom right-hand corner of my WordPress screen, which would be the better part of my public blogging career.
How does Zemanta help you blog better?
Zemanta both saves me time by effortlessly making images and related posts available to me and enhances my own content with the resources provided. It’s intuitive, and takes most of the work out of adding interest to my blog posts.
Do you have a power user tip that you can share with our users?
When I find an image I wish to use, I right-click rather than left-click it, which gives me the freedom to then scroll through my work and choose the most appropriate place to paste it. Also, I adjust image size after I insert it into a post by clicking back into the image and adjusting the size percentage, so it doesn’t overwhelm the text.
Check out Stephanie and how she uses Zemanta over at Momma Be Thy Name!
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