SuperPost Sunday – Weekly Roundup #25

blog posting guide SuperPost Sunday   Weekly Roundup #25Hello My Lovelies,

I’m gonna’ keep my musings to a minimum this week.

I know, I know! Some of you are in complete disbelief and besides yourself and others are sighing in relief.

Gini – I know you’re smirking at this – so go ahead, let if out if you must lol. I’m thinking you’re here too Mufasa, so if Aunt Gini says anything, I’m counting on you to back me up okay? Good!

Oh, and Gin – in case it’s the mane who pokes fun at me, then I’m counting on my VBFF gal pal to be my CEO in shining armor lol. But if it’s both of you, then I’m pretty much toast icon wink SuperPost Sunday   Weekly Roundup #25 !

There’s only ONE thing I’d like to tell you this week before I leave you to enjoy all the great reads I have in this SuperPost.

The Mega Guide to Blog Posting Schedules

This past Wednesday, I did a little something different with Bring IT! I sent out a call to all bloggers who’d like to be listed in a Mega Guide to Blog Posting Schedules. I’m still trying to think of a better name for it so if you have ideas, let’s hear ‘em!

We read a ridiculous number of blogs each week – at least I do. And it would be great to have some sort of a guide to tell us on what days new posts are being published.

So I took it upon myself, with the help of my good friend Brankica (Sharpy), to round up that information from each blogger who was kind enough to leave a comment. Of course, I will be replying to those comments for the rest of 2011 ha! Seriously though – WOW and thank you!

I’m thrilled that so many people were as excited as I am about this and I’m sorry to have kept many of you waiting for a reply. Bare with me, I’m on it!

So in case you missed the call, make sure to head over to that post and leave the information I requested. This is your chance to pimp your blog like there’s no tomorrow. But you MUST do so before 7 pm EST Tuesday, April 12th (2 more days). Anything after that time will be excluded.

Sorry guys, but I had to put a deadline. As it is, Sharpy and I have our work cut out for us – and deciphering some of these comments is like looking for DaVinici’s Code. I’m hoping she doesn’t already regret agreeing to helping me out with this little idea that came to me at the wee hours of the night.

The guide is scheduled to come out on Wednesday, April 20th. Yes, I gave myself a 2 day extension so I can Bring IT! with a bang. Just one of the perks of being my own blog boss I guess icon wink SuperPost Sunday   Weekly Roundup #25 . Should there be any other changes in dates, I will make sure to update both the original post and this one.

Here’s a little recap of what I need from you in order to list your blog in the guide.

     

  • Your full name
  • Your blog’s name
  • Your blog’s direct URL
  • Your blog’s tagline if it has one
  • The days you publish new posts – if you don’t have a set schedule – then just say so and it will be listed as that
  • You MUST RT the post and share it any other way you like – tell me what you did in the comments

One last thing – please leave your information here and make it as clear as possible. I’d really like to have everything in one place so that the men in white jackets don’t come for me. Thanks a lot!

That’s it for today folks.

And Now for the Goodies…

“Without further ado and blah blah,” here are this Sunday’s fabulous SuperPosts on all things Social Media, Blogging Tips, SEO, Internet Marketing, Traffic Building, Online Money Making Tools and more.

Social Media

As I sit here this evening with a smile on my face I feel a tremendous sense of satisfaction and anticipation with today’s article. You see, when I started this blog 18 months ago I knew that it would attract many…

I knew I wanted to work in social media for quite a while before I actually started my job. I envisioned what a social media job would entail and quite liked what I came up with. A combination of creativity, people…

Blogging is definitely not easy, and that’s something that even Hitler finds out about in this video I put together...

Have you ever heard of that old saying, “You can take the ‘x’ out of the ‘y’, but you can’t take the ‘y’ out of the ‘x’”? It implies to social media a lot. How many people do you know have Facebook? Or Twitter? Or even that old-time…

What is the thread that ties together the rapid rise of companies as different as Facebook, Zynga, Twitter, The Huffington Post and Quora? Wedbush Securities, a brokerage firm that analyzes the valuations of private…

I often get calls from potential customers looking for the secret ingredient to make them “successful” in social media.  I got a call yesteday from a gentleman looking for help with his Facebook Page.  How did I quote him…

As social media takes firmer hold of marketers’ attention and budgets, favored social channels, their primary uses and their individual strengths are becoming more evident, according to a new study byBtoB

On Wednesdays all over the blogosphere some post an image with no words to explain it. I never really understood this, probably because I prefer to express myself with words. But then I often agonize over the right…

New Google CEO Larry Page, who stepped into the job this week,believes that Google needs to go “social” to compete. To that end, he sent out a company-wide memo last Friday, alerting employees that 25%…

Can social Q&A sites really help you build your professional reputation? And if so, how can you use them effectively? I’ve taken a look at three sites that offer similar Q&A functionality, yet are vastly different…

Blogging Tips

There’s a peculiar paradox in the social media world. Take a look around and you will see creative individuals kicking butt and taking names.  They are writing amazing content, organizing humanitarian aide…

Perhaps it is only because a Crosby Stills Nash song that I could not turn off was on a radio shortly ago, but I am feeling kind of reactionary…no,revolutionary today.You may not be aware of it, or maybe you are…

Internet Marketing

One of the allegations I’ve heard about StumbleUpon is that it’s great for a quick traffic boost, but many people visit once and never come back. That’s not the kind of romance we’re looking for…we want repeat visitors…

There’s no doubt that people are spending increasing amounts of time with digital media (the web and mobile devices) and decreasing amounts with traditional media (newspapers, magazines and radio). The numbers prove it…

SEO

Since discovering SEO at 15 years old, I’ve relied on search engines to enable me to make my living online. Like many internet marketers, I make the majority of my income with affiliate marketing…

SEO mistakes and myths have become a rising trend with all the pseudo-intellectuals of the internet marketing era . This post is not only intended to let you evaluate if you are commiting those SEO…

MishMash

Do you remember the time you had that revolutionary idea that was going to make you rich? You were all tingly and awash in visions of telling your boss to take a hike and speeding off in your Ferrari…

I don’t know  Snooki. I can say with confidence that I would prefer to be beaten about the head and shoulders with a block of hardened, aged, Gouda, than to watch “Jersey Shore.” And yet, I feel like…

It’s a very vivid memory. Sitting in the conference room at Fleishman-Hillardwith our Ocean Spray clients. There are five or six three-inch binders full of media placements sitting in the middle of the table…

He was one of the most memorable orators of modern times, delivering a forceful speech from beneath a great mane of hair. His voice rose to a roar and fell to a growl as he extolled a hard-won virtue at a time the planet…

It was a hot and muggy day. I had been working from morning to night on multiple projects at less than half my rates as a favour for a few friends. My own work had fallen behind, and I had just a little over $200 left…

This is a bit of a different post today. It begins with a letter. Dear CEO, I know you’re happy at the recent, positive, publicity for your organization that your PR team has been generating. And I know you’re hoping…

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Ingrid Abboud aka 'Griddy' is a whole lot of things with a ridiculous amount of interests. For one, I'm a Social Media enthusiast with a tremendous passion for writing and blogging. I'm also a pretty cool Copywriter but a more serious MarCom Consultant. But most of all, I'm the proud owner and driving force behind nittyGriddy.com - A Kinda Social Media Journal with Net News & more.

  • http://www.supertraveltips.com/ Travel! Round the Globe

    Very useful information particularly the last part I care for such information much.

  • Anonymous

    Griddy

    Wow, quite a roundup! Thanks! I have yet to make it through mishmash but thus far, like Marcus Sheridan’s 15 inspired bloggers, Tristan’s Hitler Post (brilliant if you don’t get caught up in the nastiness of who Hitler was… I didn’t and my GF was a WWII POW in Germany), and Glen Allsop’s post. Glen, I follow on Viper Chill, is he not everywhere?

    Thanks again and will be sure to read the rest soon!

    BTW, How do you find the time to read all this, do tell. Need to make more time to read online!

    Best,
    Rajka

    • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

      Hi Rajka,

      Nice to see you here :) .
      Glad you like this roundup – there really are some great reads in here so I hope you get the chance to read as many as you have time for.

      As for Tristan’s post – I thought it was really funny and super original. At the end of the day – I think we have to take things with a grain of salt. After all – what Tristan said in the subtitles sure as heck made more sense than anything Hitler ever said or did. I don’t think he’s anyone’s favorite guy.

      As for Glen Allsopp – he was one of the first bloggers I ever discovered when I first started and he’s just brilliant. Always has some solid advice and I really admire him for where he’s gotten at such a young age. Needless to say – I’ve been a fan of ViperChill and Glen since day 1.

      I can tell you this much – since I started blogging – I don’t sleep as much as I use to lol.

      Enjoy the reads.
      Hope to see you around these parts more often.
      Cheers

  • http://www.itinerantentrepreneur.com/journal/ Robert Dempsey

    I still think Twitter is just a fad, along with all those other social medias. Let’s add talking with people in there too. :P

    Thanks for another inclusion Ingrid and thanks for increasing my reading load 500%. I’ve already read a few of the posts here, specifically those from Gini, Mark, and John, and can recommend those to my fellow readers here. And while you’re at it, go read the rest! You have a week until the next one of these :)

    • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

      Hola Robert,

      Great to see you here again.
      I totally agree – it’s all just a fad and next year we will be back to regular old traditional media and marketing. No engagement, no talking to one another, no nothing! Hahahaha

      I’m happy to increase your reading load lol. And it’s my pleasure to include your post here. Well-deserved like much of your work!

      I’ve already started on the next SuperPost – this process just never ends lol.

      Thanks for stopping by.
      Have a great week ahead.

      Cheers

  • http://www.thesaleslion.com/ Marcus Sheridan,The Sales Lion

    OK Ms. G, I feel honored to be on this list again, as it’s the best in the blogosphere in terms of weekly review posts in my humble opinion. So thank you, thank you, thank you!! :-)

    There are also a few other bloggers here that I’ve never visited so time to get on my horse and take a trot on over.

    BTW, loved Tristan’s post. It had me rolling. Silly how some people got offended. Geez, lighten up world!!

    Hope you have a wonderful week!!

    Mufasa

    • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

      Why Mr. M – it’s my honor to have you included here. And did you have any doubts whatsoever that your fabulous post would be?

      And thank you for that awesome compliment :) ). WooHooo!
      People got offended? Really? I didn’t see that in the comments over on YouTube – I might have been early or late then. Will go back and check them out. Hitler – in himself was offensive and all that came out of his mouth in general I would presume.

      Anyways – I guess I can try and understand folks who might not have liked it. But some things you just have to take with a grain of salt.

      Gracias M.
      Ciao

      PS – I love how you even sign off as Mufasa now ahaha

  • http://billdorman.wordpress.com Bill Dorman

    Hmmmm……….do you ever just run into a wall and knowing you can turn right or left but still just plow right ahead?

    Last wk was a roller coaster for me. With Marcus’ top 15 post and everyone having fun it felt good, like I fit in. Then came your post and offer (and Brankica getting on to me) gave me pause for thought and had to ask “what are you really doing in here”?

    I certainly think too much at times but sometimes I feel like I’m a drain. I want to offer something meaningful and worthwhile but end up being silly most of the time. When it’s all said and done I would hope you benefited in some way from the encounter and not like it’s a chore having to deal with it.

    Last night as I contemplated replying to your post, I had nothing. I really had to think is this going to be beneficial or just blah, blah, blah. I want to support you any way I can. I really like your posts and even though it’s getting harder for you, you connect on a deeper level which is unique.

    I know, way too serious way too deep. I’m just struggling for direction………..

    Anyway, you put together a great lineup. Fortunately, a lot of these I have already seen. The Hitler YouTube was hilarious. I also really liked @Shonali Snooki vs Toni Morrison too.

    I’m really not high maintenance; just put me down if you have to. I hope you have a great week.

    • http://www.thesaleslion.com/ Marcus Sheridan,The Sales Lion

      Bill, what’s going on buddy?? All that seriousness coming from you now you’ve got me a little concerned for the funniest guy online ;-)

      Hope you’re well man.

      Marcus

      • http://billdorman.wordpress.com Bill Dorman

        I’m not sick, but I’m not well……………:)

        It’s all good, just trying to find some direction but like where it’s headed.

        I will never get too serious.

        Thanks for checkin’ in.

        • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

          You can be silly or serious – just be yourself. I think that’s all most of us ask from our communities.

      • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

        Hey Mufasa – did you read Bill’s post today?
        You should, it’s great. Here’s the link:

        http://billdorman.wordpress.com/2011/04/12/fork-in-the-road/#comment-89

    • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

      Hey Bill,

      First and foremost – you feel like you fit in because you DO FIT IN! Just as much as any of us. You write, you comment, you engage, you take the time to get to know others, you support them, you participate! Well, those are all the things we do too – or at least I would hope. So there’s no question about you fitting in. I think anybody’s community who you’re a part of will agree with me here.

      My only chore would be dealing with no one. I benefit from each person that takes the time to have a conversation – a back and forth. We all have a lot to learn from each other. I learn from my peers everyday. I started with 0 posts, 0 Twitter followers, 0 comments, 0 activity. It’s how and where most of us started and with time and patience and effort and honesty – we get to where we are and further.

      I read your blog post today – about the fork in the road – and I loved it. I left a little comment for you as well – but I think I’m hanging out in spam somewhere so hopefully you’ll get it and I’ll be out of there soon ;) lol.

      You can be deep, you can be funny and silly, you can pretty much be anything you’re in the mood to be here on this blog. Regardless, it’s a pleasure and I’ll take it.

      No worries – I’m not high maintenance either hehe.

      Thanks so much for another wonderful comment. I think you’re well surrounded here and elsewhere with some truly exceptional folks who are more than willing to guide you and stand next to you in your journey :) .

      Wishing you a great week.
      Cheers

  • http://billdorman.wordpress.com Bill Dorman

    Hmmmm……….do you ever just run into a wall and knowing you can turn right or left but still just plow right ahead?

    Last wk was a roller coaster for me. With Marcus’ top 15 post and everyone having fun it felt good, like I fit in. Then came your post and offer (and Brankica getting on to me) gave me pause for thought and had to ask “what are you really doing in here”?

    I certainly think too much at times but sometimes I feel like I’m a drain. I want to offer something meaningful and worthwhile but end up being silly most of the time. When it’s all said and done I would hope you benefited in some way from the encounter and not like it’s a chore having to deal with it.

    Last night as I contemplated replying to your post, I had nothing. I really had to think is this going to be beneficial or just blah, blah, blah. I want to support you any way I can. I really like your posts and even though it’s getting harder for you, you connect on a deeper level which is unique.

    I know, way too serious way too deep. I’m just struggling for direction………..

    Anyway, you put together a great lineup. Fortunately, a lot of these I have already seen. The Hitler YouTube was hilarious. I also really liked @Shonali Snooki vs Toni Morrison too.

    I’m really not high maintenance; just put me down if you have to. I hope you have a great week.

  • http://www.indiadarshan.in Sam @ Weekend Getaways

    Thanks for sharing this excited list .Soon i will read it and share it with all of my friends.

    • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

      Hi Sam,

      You’re welcome. Enjoy the reads.

      Cheers

  • http://hustlersnotebook.com Jk Allen

    I officially look forward to this every week Griddy! I base my personal “cool factor” on how many of the articles that I was familiar with (compared to all that you shared)…well I don’t think I did half bad this week. I might not have had the quantity going for me, but I surely had some great quality from:

    Marcus “Mufassa” Sheridan, John Falchetto., Stuart Mills, Jon Alford and of course Tristan Higbee’s SUPER FUNNY and CREATIVE video (I watched it 4 times!)

    Now I have my week cut-out-for-me in reviewing the rest.

    Thank you for keeping us laced and up to date on the hottest and freshest content on the next.

    Off to start clicking and reviewing the links.

    Have a great week Ingrid!
    See you soon,
    PEACE

    • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

      Hey Mr. Hustler ;) ,

      I gotta’ tell ya – I’m getting pretty attached to seeing your comments over here :) )).
      I couldn’t help but smile on your “cool factor” mention lol.

      In all honesty – I’m sure I’ve missed tons of other amazing posts around the blogosphere but I do make a very conscious effort to spread my reading wings around so as to provide you guys with new and different blogs and bloggers once in a while. Of course – there will be some names that you’ll often see here but it’s not my fault really – they just keep producing top-notch stuff so I just have to keep giving them credit for it and share their work hehe.

      Tirstan’s video had me laughing throughout the whole scene – especially since I did watch that movie and I do remember what Hitler was blabbing about. In subtitles of course lol. But I think Tristan’s version just wiped out my memory of the original and it’s the one that will probably stay with me from now on :) ).

      I hope you find some good reads in here.
      Wishing you a great week ahead.

      Cheers JK

    • http://www.jonalford.com Jon

      Jk, I agree that video was hysterical. It was original and now I’m jealous I didn’t think to do something similar!

      I’m with you, there are some familiar names / sites on this list that I frequent. But, as in the case with Stanford Smith, I’m glad I checked this out to read him guest at {grow}!

      @Ingrid – thanks so much for the shout out. You’re way awesome. And I definitely understand the attachment to Jk’s comments. You start to look forward to them, eh?

      Jon

  • http://twitter.com/techlunatic Techlunatic

    Thanks for the mention :) I am catching up on the other posts now .

    • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

      You’re welcome :) .
      Cheers

  • http://www.allisondevelopmentgroup.com Erica Allison

    Wow, I’ve actually read some of these this time! But, as always, there’s LOTS up there that I need to get caught up on! Thanks for the weekly reading list and for the fun convo along the way! And I’m not at all worried about your short post…I have no doubt there’s more in the pipeline and that you’re just out enjoying yourself and having a fantastic weekend.
    Best,
    E

    • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

      LOL Erica,
      It’s true – this post may have been a bit shorter than my normal ones – but when you think about it – the entire section before the roundup of links is still over 500 words haha. I usually try to mix it up a bit – some novel ones some shorter ones :) .

      And yep – as you said – there are a few long one’s that are in the making ;) .

      Hope you had a great weekend Erica.

      BTW – I haven’t had the chance to watch your video yet – on your comment before you blog post – but I do have it open in tabs and I will get to it shortly :) .

      Cheers

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  • http://franstips.com/2011/04/Deep-Link-And-SEO-Ssearch-Engines Fran Aslam

    Hi Ingrid

    So, I hope you are okay, since the post is so short and your kind of perky style is not notice-able. But you sure have a good selection for the round up. Variety of informative topics. I will read these posts.
    Thanks for the post.

    Have a nice Sunday
    Fran A

    • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

      Hey Fran,

      I’m as happy as ever and my perky-style should be quite visible to you in my entire opening section :) – But yes – I was very succinct as my intention this week was to remind people about my posting schedule guide.

      Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy the reads.

      Cheers

      • http://www.thesaleslion.com/ Marcus Sheridan,The Sales Lion

        I thought you were perky as ever Ms. G ;-)

        • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

          Gracias Mr. RR ;) .

      • http://franstips.com/2011/04/Deep-Link-And-SEO-Ssearch-Engines Fran Aslam

        Hey Ingrid:

        I love your focus on everything. thanks for such a sweet reply. It must be my expectation and my state of mind. I was expecting more. But now I got it in this reply. thank you as always.
        Fran A

  • http://www.foursides.ca James M

    This is a great list of posts, as always.

    I’m a big fan of Matthew Ingram at GigaOM. I’m glad you have shared one of his latest posts. There’s a great discussion happening at TechCrunch about Web 3.0 too.

    Tristan’s video about Hitler discovering blogging was really well done, especially considering it was one of his first attempts at it and he was just experimenting. Everyone should check it out for sure.

    Then go read everything else. Quality reads here. Going to be a long day in my chair of reading…

    • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

      Hi James,
      I have to admit – whenever I come across Ingram’s name – I make it a point to read the article. I’m happy you enjoyed the post. As for the TechCrunch WEb 3.0 discussion – will have to check it out – thanks for pointing me to it. I haven’t visited TechCrunch in several days actually – if not longer.

      Tristan did a heck of a job on that video – it really was funny and was loaded with creativity. Good for him.

      Hope you enjoy the reads. Tons of great ones so get comfy in that chair hahaha.

      Thanks a lot for your comment James.
      Have a nice day ahead.

      Cheers

  • http://www.expatlifecoach.com/blog John Falchetto

    Yupee Da Yupee Do, my happy dance. Thanks for putting Stuart’s guest post at Danny’s house.He’s a smart cookie and a rising start in the blog world.
    Btw love your live traffic feed on the right because it always puts me in some weird place I have never hear of in France (and I’m not even hiding my ip).

    • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

      HIhihihi

      I love the song. You know of course that I pictured you singing it and twirling around right? lol
      I also loved Stuart’s post over at Danny’s – actually I’m reading more and more of his work lately. Good stuff.

      Don’t mind the live traffic thingy – I ithink it’s mostly decoration and it will be gone soon actually. I don’t look at it much at all. But see – now you get to laugh and see where you are each time to stop by here hehe.

      Thanks John,
      Hope you’re having a wonderful day
      Cheers

      • http://www.expatlifecoach.com/blog John Falchetto

        New blog, new design, hopefully same great Griddy!

        • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

          For sure!!! Small changes here and there :) .

    • http://www.thesaleslion.com/ Marcus Sheridan,The Sales Lion

      Hey JF, I’m curious man…when are we going to get to see this happy dance of yours I’ve seen you mention a few times now? ;-) (hmmm, would make for a most interesting expat video post ;-)

      • http://www.expatlifecoach.com/blog John Falchetto

        Yep good idea Marcus, until you see me dance then you will understand why I don’t do it ;)

        • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

          There’s only one way to find out my dear John!
          It’s like Karaoke – you never know how good or bad you are until your friends here you and tell you haha.

          • http://www.expatlifecoach.com/blog John Falchetto

            Hey I kick butt at Karaoke! Bring it!

      • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

        I would have to agree. I too would like to see the happy dance of Mr. Dora and friends ;) .

  • http://www.WaxingUnLyrical.com Shonali Burke

    How nice you were to include 2 posts from WUL. Thank you! And yea… what’s UP with the short post?!

    • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

      Hola Shonali,

      Not to worry – I have some Griddy-length ones in the making as we speak haha.
      Both of those posts rocked! And I hate having to choose and since I don’t have to – then hey ;) .

      Loved the CEO one – and btw – thank again for the eBook – already started on it a little.
      As for Brian’s post – classic!

      Have a great Sunday.
      Cheers

  • http://spinsucks.com Gini Dietrich

    WHAT?!?! That was only 142 words. Are you sick? Do I need to call you an ambulance? What is wrong?!?!

    • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

      LMAO!!!
      Heck, I knew you’d get here eventuallypossibly/maybe – but wow – you’re fast! Did you ride your bike over? haha

      • http://www.expatlifecoach.com/blog John Falchetto

        Gini never sleeps. She also has Mr Arment trained to keep an eye on feeds and comments. I need to get myself one of those.

        • http://spinsucks.com Gini Dietrich

          As luck would have it, I’ve gotten 80 miles in in two days. So I’m running on too much sun, not enough calories, and lots of adrenaline! Charles Arment even gets a break today!

          • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

            80 miles of cycling?! WOW! Respect Gin! That’s really impressive.
            I think I drove less in the last week. lol

            • http://www.thesaleslion.com/ Marcus Sheridan,The Sales Lion

              Gini Deitrich, you are a freak of nature!!! Now if we could only rub a little of that mojo off on our dear Griddy so that she doesn’t wilt away on us ;-)

              • http://nittygriddy.com/ Ingrid Abboud

                Do you want me to ride a bike for 80 miles? Really?
                I would think it would be so much more selfless and responsible if I were to drive behind Gini while she cycled just to protect here and make sure the raccoons don’t jump out at her! Haha