Trails of wildflowers. Trails of cattle. Trails of stitches. Trails of history. Ten-year old Erica Kraft explores all these trails and more when she visits her grandparents at their farm in Caldwell County, Texas. More info →
The Social Media Action Plan will help business leaders develop a social media action plan that will make effective use of all channels to deliver measurable results.
Most people know that word of mouth is the best kind of promotion. Now, the Internet provides a new form of word of mouth: social media.
Since its inception, social media has grown beyond Facebook and Twitter to encompass professional networks, video sharing, microblogging, and a host of other ways to interact with clients, stakeholders, and potential business partners.
Getting on board with the social media revolution means more than modifying an outdated business model—it requires a new approach to how businesses interact. Brands have to learn the new toolset and also change the mindset of the organization to be successful.
Mobile phones and tablets are becoming the channels of choice for many people, and social media can no longer be a stand-alone strategy. It must have cross-channel integration with the brand's website, mobile, and traditional marketing strategy.
The most successful organizations will embrace social media in all facets, and the best social media strategies will include the company’s employees for long-term success. Businesses must effectively manage change to truly "BE SOCIAL," not just "DO SOCIAL."
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Characters are the building blocks of fiction. Even in action stories, the action has to happen to characters. Characters have to care about something for readers to care about the characters. Learn how to create characters readers care about. More info →
Learn how to find the information you need — whether it’s knowledge critical for your family’s health, intelligence important for the success of your business, facts useful in making buying decisions, or simply lore you want to know. More info →
Follow a young Texan, Thomas Sutton, during the violent struggle between very different cultures on the nineteenth-century American frontier. He enters the heart of enemy territory and experiences friendship, respect, loyalty and even love amidst the Comanches. More info →
Scamper was a big gray squirrel who lived in Aunt Boo’s yard. Scamper made a general nuisance of himself, while constantly dreaming of being king of the backyard. Aunt Boo thought of a unique, yet simple, solution to teach Scamper to be satisfied with what he had. More info →
Scamper was a big grey squirrel who lived in a wonderful place filled with everything he could ever want to eat—apples, plums, pecans, and the delicious cornbread Aunt Boo made. When winter came, Scamper did not know where to store all his pecans. He had a tough decision to make. More info →
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