Social media offers a great opportunity to brand yourself, but with great power comes great responsibility. Here are some critical ground rules to ensure that your social networks are prepped for professional use.
LinkedIn Publishing has the potential to widen your exposure as a personal brand. Here’s how to do it.
Learn how to get your social media in job searching shape.
What can your government agency broadcast on Facebook Live? What kinds of broadcasts are public sector organizations already doing on Facebook Live that can inspire your efforts to catch the attention of viewers?
Being deliberate about job searching is essential for millennials working to build their networks and their careers. Taking full advantage of LinkedIn and other professional tools can help give you an advantage in the field.
Instagram scored the highest customer satisfaction rating of the 10 digital and nondigital channels we studied. The telephone scored the lowest. What about the eight in between?
Evidence shows there are positive outcomes from friending coworkers, but the risks outweigh the benefits for some, and that is why it’s okay to deny online friendships with your coworkers.
Should your government agency or public service organization even speak up about a celebrity death? If you decide to share, how can you do so tastefully?
Agency use of social media must follow general standards of care regarding government conduct. Here’s how.
A decision we made recently at King County, Wash., regarding Facebook pixels and the social network’s ability to track user data on our website is worth sharing here. In short: Facebook ads for government can be a good thing, but the relatively new “pixel” feature is not something we have authorized.