Recreation professional: we want you. If you are on LinkedIn, we’d love to have you as a member of the “Recreation Management and Technology” group on LinkedIn. Why you may ask? Here are five reasons to join:
1. Get free resources: Members of the group post discussions about recreation tips and trends. If you join the group, you can set up email notifications to receive those updates and view the ones that appeal to you. Continue reading
I can almost certainly say your organization is using social media, but do you know which networks drive what type of actions? For example, if you tweet, will people attend your event? If you pin an image to Pinterest, will people contact you?
ACTIVE Network conducted survey titled ‘Beyond the Click’ that asked 500 consumers what types of offline actions they’ve taken based on social network posts. From the results, we’ve determined that the three most popular offline actions taken as a result of online engagement are to: Continue reading
Last week, a Russian hacker claimed that he stole almost 6.5 million encrypted LinkedIn passwords (without the usernames). This goes to show how delicate online security can be. If a publicly-traded social network like LinkedIn can be compromised, how secure is your website? And more importantly, how secure are the online payments you receive for donations and registrations? Continue reading