The secret to brand-blogger relations? Learn the difference between these two words:
The secret to brand-blogger relations? Learn the difference between these two words:

(Disclaimer: This is not a post about parenting. I put on my professional hat for this one. I did however, do a recap of all the recaps that my fellow dad bloggers published regarding the recent Dad 2.0 Summit, which was the inspiration for this post. So if you want dad content, scroll all the way down!)The two words: About and Behalf.Now that I gave you what you came for, let's slow down to uncover why these words are so crucial.Most of you know that I am a dad blogger (well, you do now). Some

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