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|Archived Since:||September 15, 2010|
Summary: There’s no shortage of blogs and websites that offer social media guidance, but which ones are worth following?
Summary: “Coco” should be required viewing for any professional communicator looking to engage the U.S. Hispanic population. It masterfully pulls back the curtain on the Latino family dynamics.
Summary: You’ll want to minimize contact with toxic personalities, as I ultimately did with my difficult boss. Steer clear of their tsunami of negativity, and talk to them as little as possible.
Summary: Instagram doesn’t rest on its laurels when it comes to algorithm updates or adding new features like the Superzoom tool—and neither should you.
Summary: Imagine a blog post that is just pages and pages of text. Would you voluntarily read that blog post till the very end? Not likely.
Summary: While social media has touched just about every industry under the sun in some capacity, it has had a huge impact on the PR industry.
Summary: Marketers have a millennial problem. According to a study by the McCarthy Group, 84 percent of millennials don’t like or trust traditional advertisements.
Summary: Chock full of over-indulgence, “quality” family time, horrendous travel delays, screaming children and full-contact family brawls, this time of year is intense, exciting, stressful and wonderful all at the same time.
Summary: Pew Research findings show about 70 percent of all U.S. adults use at least one social media network, and free and paid advertising has matured across all the major social media networks.
Summary: Although other companies also pulled ads from Hannity’s show, it was Keurig that found itself at the center of a boycott campaign that surprised marketing experts in its swiftness and its passion.
Summary: You know content is king, and you know you can get images readily online. You probably don't know how many ways this can lead to an unfriendly letter from a lawyer.
Summary: Finding your writing voice isn’t choosing active or passive voice. Instead, it’s selecting the personality (voice) and mood (tone) which culminate in what you can call your writing style.
Summary: With so much content available on the web, how do you rank high on search engines and make sure your content is read?
Summary: Whether you call it “going viral” or “increasing customer engagement,” some brands just win on social media.
Summary: Whether you want to get focused, get creative or get to the point, these sites can help you polish and beef up your content. Best of all, they’re free.
Summary: Finding an outstanding iOS writing app can be challenging. Microsoft Word, arguably the best word processor available, was designed for Windows.
Summary: High-quality photos are crucial to successful content marketing and social media strategies. Here are a few fantastic free sources.
Summary: Instead of waiting on hold for 30 minutes and praying to speak to an actual person, millennials turn to social media to air grievances.
Summary: Free speech is a cornerstone of our democracy. However, the First Amendment and social media don’t mix.
Summary: Some days, even when a deadline is looming and the boss is getting restless, motivation is hard to summon. Here are 10 tips to get started.