It's that time of year—and Halloween is more popular than ever. To ensure you don't get spooked, check out these tips from associations of all stripes.
In both the United States and Europe, college alumni associations are using their social channels to help boost engagement with—and donations from—former students. For some schools, the added effort is paying off, big time.
Pitfalls event planners should avoid if they want to keep their social feeds working for them during event. Also: The pros and cons of sharing conference venues with another association.
A battle is breaking out over the app that wants to replace your wallet, as the iPhone-based technology competes with a mobile payments effort backed by the retail industry. Trade groups are making their voices heard in the debate.
With its new food database, the Environmental Working Group hopes to make it easier for consumers to understand how processed their food actually is. The online resource received good reviews—but not from food manufacturers.
How Taco Bell won the attention of many an online surfer by turning off its website and social feeds. Also: Make it easy—but not too easy—to comment in your online community.
In comments at this week's Aviation Security World Conference, International Air Transport Association officials expressed concern that governments were leaving them in the dark on potential security concerns in the air. At the same time, the group hopes to see more flexibility at security checkpoints.
While the use of the term "organic" is regulated at the federal level, home and personal-care products, like soaps and clothing, don't fall under that scrutiny. Some associations would like to see more oversight—though one major grocery chain has proved helpful with cleaning up the industry.
A new survey from CareerBuilder found that employees very commonly take sick days when they aren't actually sick. The study suggests that employer flexibility could help the situation.
Expedia and Priceline getting long in the tooth? Check out new online travel options that might be worth your time. Also: Taylor Swift is better at marketing than you are, and it's OK to admit it.