What Business Leaders Can Learn from Poor Social Media Evolution

Evolution, by its very definition, is supposed to advance us forward. From Merriam-Webster: a process of continuous change from a lower, simpler, or worse to a higher, more complex, or better state And yet there are two recent examples which show another side of evolution. When brands that had loyal fans, followers, customers and more […]

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Jelly Defined By Social Networking Users

Have you discovered Jelly yet? It’s the latest venture from Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter. The idea, as outlined in the promotional video, is simple. Using the Jelly app on your phone, snap a picture of something and ask a question of the community. Walk by a statue you don’t recognize? Snap a photo and […]

In this Adapt or Die Digital World, Where Are You Headed?

A big tech meteor has crashed into the economic landscape and changed the business climate forever. Now is the time to decide if your business is going to go the way of the dinosaurs or evolve to survive in the new world order.   Sound a little melodramatic? Perhaps. But if you work in any business, […]

Social Media November Book Club Webinar Recap: The Future of Nonprofits

Earlier this month we introduced our November Book Club title, The Future of Nonprofits, by David J. Neff and Randal C. Moss. Thanks to our book club partner Wiley Publishing, we were able to send copies to several of our chapter leaders and Professional members to review on our behalf. Thank you to our reviewers Tim Piazza, Craig […]

What if Social Media Never Changed?

By now everyone has probably seen the new Facebook changes. I’ll admit that I’m not an avid Facebook user, so it feels like every time I log on to the site I’m bombarded by something new that makes me wish for the old days when you had to have an .edu email address to use […]