There have been so many articles in recent years about why companies should be harnessing Social Media - most of these articles have been written by industry (RT @BlueclawSocial: Are there certain industries that shouldn't be using Social Media?
Communication. It's the first thing we really learn in life. Funny thing is, once we grow up, learn our words and really start talking the harder it becomes to know what to say. Or how to ask for what we really need.
Social media editorial calendars create a cohesive layer to a content strategy. Having an organized 12-month editorial calendar that slices up the year into monthly, weekly and daily snapshots can take your content to new levels of success.
Are you aware of the many services that Google offers? This infographic, from the Goodwill Community Foundation (GFC), provides a look at some of the services. In fact the GFC website provides a wide range of materials that you may find useful. This infographic is a part of a lesson that teaches you about many of the services Google provides.
Communication works only if both sides want itWashington Business Journal (blog)Contractors can provide agencies with information on the market that is not available elsewhere and could improve procurement outcomes, but too many federal contracting...
The US magazine Newsweek has published its final print edition, six weeks shy of its 80th birthday. In a nod to its undoing – the internet – the cover featured a hashtag headline. The magazine will be digital-only in 2013.
The majority of companies have dedicated social media accounts, but how many of them actually have a plan or strategy driving them forward? If you're a business who doesn't have a social media strategy, you will need to start planning immediately...
A Goldman Sachs tell-all gets panned for the wrong reasons, showing how financial journalists are in bed with CEOs (Wall Street and finance journalism should hate themselves, too, for cheating on their respective customers.)...
At midnight this morning, the United Kingdom finished its switchover from broadcasting analog television signals to digital, bringing to completion a five-year transition between the two formats. As...
Times LIVEWritten journalism still a strong value proposition for advertisersBizcommunity.comAs new forms of communication continue to grow - the internet in particular - there are fears that print media is stagnating and being left behind.
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