Over the weekend we saw another episode of “Social Media Gone Wild” that cost Greg Featherstone, an Assistant Athletic Director at TCU, his job. There are so many layers of trouble here I don’t know where to start.
The concept of right and wrong behavior is often fluid for many of today’s teens. They have grown up in a world where the line of what is acceptable is often moving. It’s no wonder that many of them struggle with what is appropriate to post on social media. Like Bart’s constant trips to the blackboard, […]
There are two basic questions brands usually ask when considering adding a new service to their budget: “will this make us money?” or “will it save us money?” A recent study from Altimeter on the value of social media education revealed that training your personnel to use social media responsibly can do both.
Over the weekend, Mississippi State mens’ basketball coach Ricky Ray made an inappropriate comment to Ole Miss player Marshall Henderson just seconds before their rivalry game ended with an Ole Miss win. On Sunday, Coach Ray took to Instagram to make a public apology for his behavior.
There are a variety of books on the shelves today claiming to help you heal a broken online reputation, and I have read many of them. There are only a few I would recommend. Wild West 2.0 by Michael Fertik and David Thompson is one of them.