In 2013, social media will continue the trend of "going visual." More and more nonprofits are adding data visualization to compelling story telling to create amazing infographics as part their marketing tool kits.
In the maelstrom of social media options, many businesses are overlooking one of the most basic and important options at their disposal: blogging. Here are three key ways blogging is still a powerful tool.
Colleagues Allyson Kapin who founded a web agency called Rad Campaign (they designed my blog) and Amy Sample Ward, who the NTEN Membership Director (and I've known since 2007) have published a new how to book called "Social Change Any Time Every...
I have previously predicted that 2013 will be an odd year. Of this I am certain. All the rest are what you might call “serious conjecture.” Maybe one or more will actually come true fully or in part. Then I can call myself a guru.
This interactive gift giving map is meant for world travelers, study abroad students, those living in or visiting a foreign country, and anyone with curiosity about cultures, traditions and etiquette standards around the world.
The map specifically covers gift giving traditions in China, India, Japan, Brazil, Turkey, Zimbabwe, Italy, Sweden, Bolivia, Tibet, Morocco, Russia, Samoa, Israel and the English Commonwealth.
With holidays ranging from Diwali to Christmas and traditions from gifting yogurt to pulling on earlobes, everyone will learn something new.
First off, there seems to be a lot of confusion over what an engagement rate actually is. In short, it’s a measure of the number of people that are engaging compared to the number of people who could be engaging.
Learning to Give: Students Help Distribute Money to Nonprofits Twin Falls Times-News KIMBERLY • Students at Kimberly and Jerome middle schools are learning how to give. Through a grant, students were given pools of money to award to area nonprofits.
Remember when you used to have a period at the beginning of every day to think about your schedule, catch up with friends, maybe knock out a few tasks? It was called home room, and it went away after high school.
This article suggests the following to do in the first hour of your work day:
1. Don't read Email!
2. Take stock of what you are grateful for, and visualize what you want.
3. Do the hardest thing on your To-Do List. The thing you hate.
4. Choose your Frog... read this to find out what it is.
5. Perform acts of customer/client service.
The first one, Don't Read Your Email is probably the hardest, and best advice. Next, Do the hard stuff first. Love this, Ken
Alzheimer's takes at least 15 years to develop, and by the time symptoms appear it is generally too late to reverse. The condition is marked by the buildup of a sticky protein clump called amyloid plaque in the brain. Although pharmaceuticals have spent more than $30 billion researching this plaque in the brain, they are still having difficulties coming up with a drug that is showing promise.