This week, online slang gatherer Urban Dictionary defined ‘Covidiot’ as, “Someone who ignores the warnings regarding public health and safety [relating to Covid-19].”
s social media professionals in public media, it is our responsibility to take a step back and evaluate how our work can best contribute to public safety, health and well-being. Some tips:
Much of the advice published so far is from people who themselves haven’t had to quarantine. As such, I’m sharing some of my top tips, learnt from experience, for surviving the lockdown.
Self-isolation during the Covid-19 pandemic can be dangerous for those in abusive relationships. Resources are limited, but there are options for domestic violence victims.
Throwing your resources toward each new trend isn't only risky, but it also can lead your team to burnout. It’s great to try new things, but don’t forget about your brand’s core mission and values along the way. And if a new development looks like it might have some staying
o much is changing in the world of web design and development every day -- and it can be difficult to keep up. That’s why we’ve created our “Trends from The Web”: to cut through the noise and bring you the latest trends, stories and conversations about web design and
When it comes to creating connections, brands are in a unique position to step up. Consumers want to feel like they’re part of something bigger than themselves. While it’s essential to create an experience that connects them to the brand, connecting them to a bigger brand community of like-minded people
While more than 90 percent of marketers report LinkedIn as a leading source of quality content, only 1 million users claim they’ve published an article and just 3 million actively share content on the channel each week.