As eager vacationers prep for their Memorial Day weekend, some of you may still be deciding on a last-minute sunny destination. And since there’s no shortage of these across the U.S., why not let us do the work for you as we break down some of the prime locations as mentioned in online news.
Since its IPO in 2013, Twitter has been hounded by criticisms that it simply doesn’t know how to grow its user base or revenues.
So, in an effort to improve its product and become more widely consumed and digested, while also being wary of not alienating its vocal fanbase, Twitter on May 24 announced that some changes were in the offing.
The public relations industry, like many others, has experienced massive change over the years, as traditional PR continues to make the journey into the digital world. The fundamentals, however, remain the same: push your message out to a targeted audience in order to build awareness and drive revenue. PR pros now have to constantly learn new skills and adapt their processes in order to stay on top of the noise. Read more →
Northeastern Alberta continues to burn. Nineteen days after the blaze that has devastated Fort McMurray began at the beginning of May, it has grown to unimaginable proportions, the latest estimate being 877,000 acres (or roughly four times the size of New York City).