An association representing casinos says the new movie Runner, Runner illustrates the need for government action.
Millennials don’t care much about possessions like expensive cars. What do they value? Plus: Ex-Googlers answer common SEO myths.
Remembering the names of people you’re introduced to at meetings is essential to doing good business. Plus: Why your association may not be ready for a logo change.
It's a growing trend: Take time-off from the Internet when you start to feel overwhelmed. You may not be able to unplug completely, but you can follow these four tips to handle digital burnout when it happens.
You don’t have to spend big bucks dishing out crazy perks to inspire employee loyalty. Plus: Respond to positive comments, not just the negative ones.
When all of Google’s services went down, we realized just how reliant we are on the search company. Plus: Purchasing conference promotional items on the cheap.
Job postings are like windows to your organization’s soul. Make sure they have a human voice. Plus: Creating a parental leave policy.
Online influencers are people with big voices and big audiences on the web, and they can help your association accomplish its goals. Here’s how to reach them. Plus: Should your association host an open house?
Graduate programs in social media are apparently on the rise, but one consultant says candidates with such degrees are exactly the type of people your association should avoid. Why? Plus: How long’s the shelf life of your Facebook posts?
An association representing music publishers filed a lawsuit in district court against a company that producers cover songs and uploads them to YouTube without paying royalties to the publishers and original songwriters.