The rise of social media has seemed like a bonanza for behavioral scientists, who have eagerly tapped the social nets to quickly and cheaply gather huge amounts of data about what people are thinking and doing. But computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon University and McGill University warn that those ...
We spent the last month compiling and analyzing the answers from the 2,100+ nonprofit professionals who completed our annual communications trends survey. Now it’s time to officially release the 2014 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report!
Blogger Teddy Ruge explains the Rusty Radiator awards and why so many "save Africa" campaigns fail.
Last Christmas, the spoof charity Radi-Aid released a music video to challenge perceptions of "saving Africa." This year, they're calling out charity ads they see as harmful, and celebrating helpful ads. Host Michel Martin learns more from blogger Teddy Ruge, a member of the Rusty Radiator awards committee.
Do you use Instagram in your social media marketing? Are you interested in growing your community on Instagram? To learn how to improve your Instagram marketing, I interview Sue B. Zimmerman. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It's designed to help busy marketers and…
Co-Founder of Pearlfisher shares why creativity cannot exist without the goal of making something better.
Jonathan Ford believes that the creative force should be focused on changing human lives. “I think real creativity makes an impact for the better. We improve a way of living, a way to see things or the way something functions.” As one of the three founding partners and Chief Creative Officer of design agency Pearlfisher, Ford has applied this philosophy to all of the work that his company produces.
Ahead of the 2013 World Bank Summit,Oxfam GB used crowdsourcing to create a music video made up of thousands of photos and video clips from across the world to highlight the issue of land grabs (the buying of agricultural land in developing countries).
A collection of interactive stories, charts and maps by The New York Times in 2013.
From a ship in the South China Sea to the cost of health care in the United States, the range of subjects here is broad, but the common thread is the form of storytelling — an integration of text, video, photography and graphics.
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