As the marketing power of social media grows, it no longer makes sense to treat it as an experiment. Here’s how senior leaders can harness social media to shape consumer decision making in predictable ways.
Caroline Di Diego highlights the 12 Most Engaging Reasons Why Brands Need to Embrace Social Media Now (RT @CASUDI: 12 Most Engaging Reasons Why Brands Need to Embrace Social Media Now http://t.co/W4YOmuEA...
As social media becomes more integral to students' lives, educational institutions are finally catching on, and catching up. Here's how colleges and universities are leveraging social in the classroom and the recruiting office.
As schools across nation are gearing up for the new year, teachers may be interested or have already created their own classroom web site. The tutorial below demonstrates how to create flyout menus using Google Sites.
A lesson from the IOC: How to develop a strategic and opportunistic social media policy, rather than limiting and restricting your brand. (RT @melissa_agnes: Your Social Media Policy is very important.
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