Whether it’s adding functionality or dropping old features, a few of our favorite social media platforms were out in full force this week making tweaks to entice users to share more content. If you’re having trouble keeping up with the latest changes, we’ve got you covered – including a step-by-step guide, an introduction to a new automated tool and a “must follow” list to get you warmed up for the Winter Olympics.
Everything you say can and will be used against you. This is especially true these days as more people send texts, emails and tweets rather than picking up the phone or, gasp, meet in person.
But there’s a downside. When conversations go sour, you have created a track record that can be shared with the world. In his latest Denver Business Journal column Gil Rudawsky offers a prominent case study on what not to do, the reaction and he provides some tips to avoid causing you, your company or client a crisis.
Colorado loves Monday Night Football (MNF). It’s an opportunity for free advertising to a national (and international) audience, as the broadcast always includes glamour shots of the beautiful Rocky Mountains. The only thing better than MNF in Denver is MNF when it snows. While Denver can be warm and sunny, 60 miles to the west at the Continental Divide it can be a blizzard. Colorado Ski Country, the association that represents the ski industry for the state, prays for snow on MNF because there’s a direct impact on ski vacation reservations.