Lessons from Trump’s “Hamilton” tweets No Comments

Lessons from Trump’s “Hamilton” tweets

President-elect Donald Trump’s use of Twitter this past weekend to seek an apology from the cast of the hit Broadway musical “Hamilton” provides some lessons for businesses and nonprofits seeking social media hits. Trump tweeted that the cast was “very rude” and had “harassed” Vice President-elect Mike Pence, who was in Read more
Take a Page from Hillary No Comments

Take a Page from Hillary

  Hillary Clinton’s Democratic presidential campaign faced the potential of derailing her recent election gains when she went off script and mistakenly praised former first lady Nancy Reagan for her “low-key advocacy” for combating the HIV and AIDS epidemic. Clinton made the laudatory comments in an interview after Reagan’s death, prompting Read more
5 Rules for Productive Pinning 9 Comments

5 Rules for Productive Pinning

Pinterest--the social media site that lets you “pin” your favorite images, stories, recipes and more--is growing in popularity and usage by brands. At least one company, Aha!ology, which is featured in this story in the Los Angeles Times, has built its entire business on helping brands grow their market through Read more
Can I Use That Picture? 1 Comment

Can I Use That Picture?

With Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, blogs and more, there’s more visual properties on line every day, leading to questions about whether you can use a photo or image you’ve found online to illustrate your own blog or other publication. The answer is generally no – unless you have the permission of the Read more