Every year summer brings with it a noticeable drop in social media traffic as people recharge their batteries and cut down on screen time. With that comes an unavoidable attrition of your community, whether in terms of growth rate or engagement. So here's ten ways to breathe new life into your community this fall.
America is a brand that is exported daily through its protection of fundamental human rights, its currency dominance, and its Hollywood movies and pop culture appeal. But when its own system proves to be paralyzed by self-serving politics, the legitimacy of the brand is thrown into question both at home and overseas.
In this economic climate it's not surprising that people feel pressured on many fronts. Social media needn't be one of them. In fact, shifting gears or taking a breather is often healthy and allows you to recalibrate your level of engagement. These easy tips will help you survive the demands of social media.
Creating a shift in the practice of capitalism requires a re-framing of thinking and behavior. Often, when you talk exclusively about the changes in corporate thinking, people rightly ask for concrete, actionable examples. When you talk exclusively about practical examples or tactics, they beg the question of the changes in thinking they imply.
Not since the digital revolution in the early 90's has technology placed such a comprehensive burden on business, employees and individuals to reinvent their business plans, services and products, and themselves to keep pace with the changing marketplace.
Buick and General Motors Foundation announced the 1100 Buick Achievers Scholarship Program, which will award 100 outstanding students from across the U.S. a scholarship of up to $25,000 that is renewable for up to four years.