About Adam Mulholland

I am a writer, podcaster, and YouTuber. I enjoy talking and writing about technology and science, but also social media marketing and entrepreneurship. I love competitive business and getting to know people.
  • Wordpress Page vs Post

The Difference Between A WordPress Page And A Post

I love WordPress and it's used by almost 76.5 websites on the WordPress.com platform as of this post. It has had more impact around the globe and driving content more than any other open-source CMS platform. I currently manage and develop approximately 10 websites and about 4 of them have WordPress somehow involved. In other words, WordPress is used a lot, by a lot of people! For the newer users just getting around to finding a platform that will do what they [...]

By |February 8th, 2016|Building Content|0 Comments
  • Paid vs Free Forum Software

Paid Vs Free Forum Software And Scripts

I was asked earlier about why I would choose to use a free forum script over a paid forum script, or vice versa. That question is much more complicated to answer in 140 characters on Twitter, so I figured it would be a perfect topic for a post. There are many people who are interested in starting a forum but just don't know the basics on how to do it. I started with a lot of free forum platforms such as [...]

By |February 2nd, 2016|Reviews|0 Comments
  • Adblock Plus

Adblock Plus Sucks And I Love It!

First, I would like to thank Adblock Plus for starting a movement, but even more for uBlock for being open source. Secondly, I would like to state that I go out of my way to install uBlock, Disconnect, and Ghostery on every single computer I come in contact with. For those I can not physically do it for, I instead, walk people through the process over the interwebs or the phone. This post is about pushing back the internet marketers [...]

By |January 21st, 2016|Media Thoughts|0 Comments
  • Freenas Home Server Build

My Home Server Build With Freenas 9.3

I spent 2 solid weeks combing through Youtube, the FreeNas forum, dozens of blog posts and whatever else I could get my hands on to learn everything I could about building a home NAS (Network Attached Storage). I had an ASUS Home Server running Windows Home Server 2003 (it sucked, but it was better than nothing). It's a 2-bay internal drives, 6 external USB 2.0 ports, 2 external eSATA type of off-the-shelf solutions. It's ok, but I am ashamed to [...]

By |January 9th, 2016|Hardware|0 Comments
  • Happy New Year's

A Glimpse Into 2016 & Changes It Will Bring

Well, 2015 has come and gone and I have accomplished a lot, but not everything I had hoped for. I love setting big goals each year and then seeing what I had accomplished at the end. This year I spent a lot of time cultivating my brand and building several new ones at the same time. That's not going to change, but there are many things that are about to. I want to share some things that are going to [...]

By |January 1st, 2016|Adam's Updates|0 Comments
  • Ask Directly Your Call to Action

Ask For a Call to Action Directly, Most Will Say Yes

That's right! They might actually say yes if you just straight up ask them. Weird right? There are many methodologies out there from Gary Vee's Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook to the just ask method. I respect all of them because in the end it comes down to your comfort level and what works for you. If you are getting a high enough ratio of yes's to no's then keep truckin'. There is no set rule of thumb. There is only A/B Splits [...]

By |November 18th, 2015|Social|0 Comments
  • If you retweet, then you are endorsing it

Reality Check: Your ReTweet Is Endorsement

I love seeing all of the brands and people on Twitter that add this funny little piece to their profiles "RT ≠ Endorsement". Well, it actually does and clearly you thought it did to anyone reading it, so you then decided that placing that note would be your fix. If you didn't think it related to your profile or wasn't worth retweeting for more attention, you simply wouldn't have done it...therefore not endorsing it. An exception to this rule would [...]

By |October 31st, 2015|Social|0 Comments
  • Blab Is Changing Live Streaming

Blab May Very Well Change the Live Stream Game

You may not have heard about Blab before this post and that's to be expected since it was merely started in April, 2015. In fact, it took the developers only two weeks to code it and then release a Beta for public trial. For those that might not understand these types of project timelines...this is epically quick. If I had the money to put these developers on my team I would right away! I didn't discover the live-streaming platform until Amy, from Savvy Sexy [...]

By |October 19th, 2015|Social|0 Comments
  • Why You Should Content Stack

Why Content Stacking Is Important

What is this content stacking anyways? On top of that, who is doing it and is there real value in it just to add layers of complexity? Some people haven't even heard of this buzzword before. I doubt that I made it up and I am certainly not claiming to have done so. It's a fun buzzword though that simply means using a variety of mediums to market the same message or idea. My blog here is a prime example considering that [...]

By |October 13th, 2015|Building Content|0 Comments
  • Why YouTube and Facebook Video Works

Why YouTube and Facebook Video Can Work Together

There have been many questions over Facebook's aggressive entry into video and some have even questioned whether or not YouTube will lose their #1 position in online video. The short answer is No, and I want to explain why I am that confident to say this. The largest reason YouTube isn't going to lose it's hold on the video world is because it's entrenched and experienced. By that, I mean that you don't hear someone say "Let me Facebook that" for a video. [...]

By |October 6th, 2015|Media Thoughts, Social|0 Comments
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