For many people, social media is still very much a mystery; a strange new world where the talk is all about building communities and sharing, yet you can’t help but feel alone as you try to figure out what you’re supposed to do.
Back in the early 1960s, Canadian teacher and futurist Marshall McLuhan called the world a “global village.” It certainly is today. Facebook allows us to socialize on a scale that was impossible in 1964, or even in 2004.
Three videos highlight Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Danny Williams as a comedian, dancer and singer. Danny was always good for a laugh, helping him build an approval rating few leaders have ever matched.
Social media is grabbing headlines and building businesses, but you may have been too busy running day-to-day operations to make great things happen. Here are five steps to unsuck your social media activities.
Search engine optimization. SEO. Search engine marketing. SEM. Social media. Facebook. Twitter. LinkedIn. Blogging. Welcome to the Justin Biebers of business. Learn what the words mean, and why they’re important to you.
Public relations is suffering from bad PR. The industry is seen as the corporate vehicle for hiding the truth, and somehow wringing good news from bad. Have an oil spill? Did a patient die on the operating table? Did the chairman have an affair with an assistant? No problem… call in the PR team. It […]