Are you a positive digital citizen? Do you know what digital citizenship really means? There are a lot of ideas floating around the web that becoming a proper digital citizen is basically just not bully someone online.
When we approach digital reputation in an empowering way it allows us to reframe the conversation. Instead of nagging students about not posting party pictures on Facebook, we can empower them to build a digital reputation that aligns with the legacy...
Most businesses have long since caught on to the fact that they need to cultivate some kind of social media presence, but many don’t know how or where to get started. Back in 2014, Useful Social Media (Now Ignite) came out with a telling statistic, “83% of companies are not satisfied with the extent to which social is used in their company - and know there is more to do.” That’s a stunning number and proof that brands both large and small have a lot of work to do in building a social strategy that yields a positive and measurable outcome for the company. If
Under the rubric of state security on the one hand and commercial openness on the other, we are being lulled into an online world of fear and control where our every move is monitored in order to more efficiently manage us.
'Can I Tweet That?' Inside Higher Ed For faculty members at most colleges and universities, social media is a kind of “wild west” in which there are few – if any – articulated policies protecting professors' right to tweet, post or otherwise share...
When we are talking about digital first and social strategy, we aren't talking about the web or mobile or any of the tactics or tools themselves. We're talking about something much more fundamental: Digital first is cultural, not ...
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