After spending the first half of the year facing a series of embarrassing incidents involving hacked Twitter accounts, the service has announced a two-step authentication method, something which could offer your social presence just the protection it needs.
After widespread damage from a deadly tornado that killed at least two dozen people near Oklahoma City this week, associations far and wide have home to the aid of both their members and the community at large.
As two recent incidents show, the dangers of coming down too hard on fans, enthusiasts, or the quote-unquote "little guy" may not be the best idea from a PR standpoint.
With a cancellation of a major federal conference due to sequestration still weighing on the region, large conference hotels in the Orlando region are reconsidering their marketing approaches, something which could help the region stay strong despite the negative press.
With a recent study showing that many medical association sites are written at levels above those of their audiences, it's worth keeping in mind ways to ensure your writing doesn't confuse readers.
While Apple's Chinese suppliers still have progress to make on issues such as overtime, the company's latest set of audits—overseen by the Fair Labor Association—show significant improvements.
For the first time in nearly two decades, the American Psychiatric Association has updated a key book used to classify and treat mental disorders, amidst controversy. But the association says the problem is not with the document itself but the impact it has on the broader medical community.
With Yahoo's purchase of the social network Tumblr, the tech giant is tempting fate by purchasing a community that, if handled the wrong way, could lead the whole thing to, well, tumble. Your own online community could learn something from this episode.
Are your business emails falling on deaf ears? Fortunately, we have some ideas to help you get more email responses. Also: Don't let criticism hold you back. Instead, take the time to learn from it, and you'll grow as a leader.
According to a new study by the Mobile Marketing Association, the field is experiencing rapid growth in both investment and employment—something which associations could certainly benefit from. But the association's study, beyond promoting the industry, also has a secondary motive.