Excellence in Business Communication, 13th Edition
Chapter 12. Planning Reports and Proposals
According to Lesya Liu (photo, left), "While Instagram is all the hype these days, a lot of small business owners are confused, or even lost, about the types of content they can publish.
Sponsored by Squarespace, Erin Greenawald presents the results.
"Pinterest is becoming an increasingly attractive option for businesses when interacting with customers online.
Watch the list put together by Alyse Kalish (photo, left) at TheMuse.
"Whether it is pinning a desired wedding dress or ideas for decorating a new home, Pinterest is the destination where people plan their futures.
"They used to say content is king," writes Payman Taei (photo, left).
Kellen Beck (photo, left) reports at Mashable.
"It used to be that Snapchat was seen as a platform geared mostly toward teens and pre-teens.
"We've talked before about how video resumes can be a great way to stand out in your job search, especially when it's a job you really want," writes Erin Greenawald (photo, left).
Jillian D'Onfro has the details at BusinessInsider.
Julie Bawden Davis (photo, left) reports on the trend.
Here's a sponsored article at BusinessInsider.
"Data visualization lets you interact with data.
"Data can be very powerful.
"It would be inaccurate to say that textual content is on the way out.
Science Node reports on the topic.
"In the past four years, data has become a bigger and bigger part of my own presentations, since I frequently speak about data-driven projects like the new rules for the collaborative economy, and what social media analytics can’t tell you about your customers.
Demian Farnworth digs in to the topic.
"In this article you’ll discover recent findings on how brands, consumers and marketers are using YouTube today.
"What are the rules of data visualization, a practice that draws on research into cognitive theory, graphical perception, statistics and journalism?
"In this article you’ll find insights to help you decide whether your visual content campaigns should be on Snapchat or Instagram.
"While many people think of LinkedIn as a place only for jobseekers, salespeople and recruiters, LinkedIn can help employees build influence around any business role," says David Fisher for SocialMediaExaminer.