What's new in Social Media for April? YouTube offers workshops for teens, Facebook offers tech tool to help in emergency situations, LinkedIn offers some new features with their desktop redesign, and Twitter brings location to their direct messages.
The Communications Blog
Finding ways to communicate your sustainability initiatives to your boss, your employees, your customers, and investors can be a challenge. Here are some creative ways to share your green story to help promote your efforts and build engagement.
Every entrepreneur, charitable organization, not-for-profit, and yes, even public organizations, needs to remember that the main goal of exhibiting at any event, is to promote your business with the intent to increase the value of your organization. When planning your next event, there are some key questions to ask to ensure success
Communication is an important part of Patagonia’s success. In his book “Let my People go Surfing”, Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, inspires us with some simple techniques on how to use communication to build a successful business.
February 10, 2017 - What is new in Social Media this week? Weekly highlights, including trends, insights, tips, and news, on what is happening in the world of social media for business.
L. Dunkley Communications evolves with a new brand design that includes logo, colours, website, and content.
The objective of this independent project was to develop a fundraising and marketing plan to support the communication and development goals of Niagara Land Trust, an environmentally focused not-for-profit (NGO) organization in Niagara, Ontario.
Bethlehem Housing and Support Services: A Social Media Project Case Study - The objective of this independent project was to develop a social media strategy to support the goals of Bethlehem Housing and Support Services (BHSS), a charitable organization.
Parents are Proactive in their Discussion on Social Media, Internet Security & Cyberbullying. Social media and internet security tips were presented along with a time of discussion for parents who attended one of my presentations at an elementary school in Niagara (Ontario).