How do you know when you’ve stepped over the line on social media? When it comes to tricky subjects and taboos in social media, there are four important checkpoints you can use ahead of time to make sure your post won’t offend your wider audience.
This is a guest post from Mat Kanan, Director of Athletic Media Relations at Western Michigan University. In this post, Mat writes about how WMU took an ordinary event–a spring football practice–and used social media to make it engaging for students and fans.
During this past spring football season our coaching staff wanted to have an event for the students to garner excitement leading into the 2013 season. The idea was to invite them to a night practice and the reigns were handed over to me and our marketing director to build an entertaining event surrounding the practice.
The record cyber bank heist announced by the federal government on Thursday reminds us just how fragile the world of the internet really is. An environment we trust with our most private information is really a public highway of information up for grabs to hackers and criminals everywhere. Can you protect your information? Here are some quick resources to help you lower your risk and defend your organization against an attack.