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As I unpacked last week, social media can, and should, have an impact on an audience’s engagement level and shared some strategies to increase audience engagement.  237 more words

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How nonprofits can use social media to turn fans into advocates

If you’re walking down the street, and someone starts yelling at you with a megaphone, you’ll hear it for sure, but will you really want to listen? 509 more words

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This illusion isn't for magicians

What do celebrities, Making a Murderer, and same-sex marriage have in common? They have all benefited from the majority illusion.

Three researchers from USC discovered… 368 more words

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What social-justice education teaches us about advocacy

This week, The Atlantic posted an article that looked at the “rewards and risks of social-justice teaching.” Teachers with social-justice education curriculum are still faced with high stakes and apathy from both administrators and students. 363 more words

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If you can dream it, you can blog it!

If you have ever dreamed about writing your own blog, well now is the time to start. Putting my own twist on Walt Disney’s famous quote, … 583 more words

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Knowledge is Power.

Since the dawn of time, humans have had an insatiable thirst for knowledge. This desire has lead to the advancement of technology. As a result, the knowledge we so crave is ever more accessible to us. 518 more words

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Hearty PR’s name comes from two ideas.

  1. Like a hearty breakfast, public relations has to be substantial. If a message is not rooted in credible research and is not supported by truth, it will burn out, quickly.
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