- New free guide to verifying digital content in a crisis really wasn't linkbait, despite the words new/free/guide/digital/crisis. This is one useful handbook to pass around your comms shop.
- 10 ways to get your nonprofit board behind you on social media was requested by a participant in one of my workshops on using social media for storytelling for nonprofits. It's always a great way to cut to the chase, and get answers you need.
- Writing a book in Evernote on women and public speaking tells you how I started collecting and organizing notes and web clips for this big project.
- The weekend read as a blog sharpening tool unveiled my secret agenda behind the popular "weekend read" posts I do every Friday on this blog. You, too, can create a weekly feature that's a go-to item for your readers and clients.
- #HistoryRelived at the British Library: A social media case study took advantage of a workshop I participated in during a trip to London to get a new perspective on using Twitter to communicate history. This was fun and insightful.
- I don't write blog posts until I'm ready to write. Here's what I do instead. Without interns or assistants, I blog at least five times a week, on one or the other of my two primary blogs. Here's how.
- Down with acronyms (DWA): Don't get caught making these mistakes If your organization is acronym-prone, some communications-oriented thoughts on where the tripwires lie.
- Strategic View: Q&A with Binghamton University communicator Rachel Coker. This interview series asks smart communicators for perspective, and here, a thoughtful science communicator's ideas really took hold with readers.
- Are you ignoring published research because it's not embargoed? builds on a post highlighted on Embargo Watch blog, in which one science communicator called out her peers.
- What Hemingway wrought: Word-limited storytelling's 2nd wave looked at the six-word story phenomenon, both venerable and newly popular. It's also a useful tool in the age of Twitter.
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Posted by Denise Graveline at Wednesday, December 24, 2014