With reassurance that the March for Science is a nonpartisan, pro-science event, more than two dozen organizations have signed on as partners with the event, which will be organized in coordination with Earth Day events this year.
The widely used content delivery platform is working with Google employees to plug a leak that may have affected sensitive information involving numerous users. Also: A phone call that fills any association employee with dread.
The former Houston Rocket, who got his start with the Chinese Basketball Association’s Shanghai Sharks, was elected president of the league this week, making him the first person to take on the role who isn’t a member of the Chinese government.
The latest edition of Blackbaud’s Charitable Giving Report finds a nearly 8 percent increase in online giving in 2016—well outpacing charitable giving as a whole, which grew at a slower pace.
The award-winning actor, who has an Oscar and two Tonys to his name, has been acting since high school—making the mission of Theatre in Our Schools Month one that’s close to his heart.
In its new report on search engine optimization, the marketing firm Clutch recommends focusing on quality over quantity and replacing infographics with interactive elements. If you’re targeting search engines, now might be time to rethink your content marketing strategy. That’s the recommendation of a new study from the marketing-resources firm Clutch. The Complete Guide to […]
In an effort to get around the complexities of the modern health insurance model, some facilities are taking a close look at direct primary care, which ties patients to a single physician or facility for a monthly membership fee.
Groups representing content creators, with the help of the British government, will see pirated editions of copyrighted material disappear from Google and Bing search results.
The direct mail startup Mailjoy borrows some of its postcard-mailing strategies from the world of email marketing. Also: The importance of foresight.
Currently gaining attention in the political world and elsewhere, encrypted messaging is starting to gain a bit of buzz. But if you’re looking into it for your association, you might find your employees are indifferent to such tools.