World Pulse needs YOU to fill survey before March 27, 2014

You're Invited to share your ideas with World Pulse World Pulse is looking for your input on ways we can continue to improve the training opportunities we offer you and the 60,000 members of our global network to support your visions for change. World Pulse is founded on the belief that there is a world of untapped knowledge, innovation, and vision held by women. As you are a valued member of our global community, your input is vital. We will use your recommendations and suggestions … [Read more...]

Engagement in 2013, So Far

We have already passed the Halfway point of 2013, and that’s when we have an extensive evaluation of our new media activities during the first six months of the year. We looked back at our most engaging content and wanted to give our readers a glimpse of what policy and new media updates were most read, watched, shared, and commented so far in 2013. This Storify Exit Disclaimer provides a summary of the content. Storify is a tool that helps organize small pieces of web content into a … [Read more...]

VIDEO SHARING on SOCIAL MEDIA

Video sharing remains a powerful tool for sharing health information. According to the Pew Internet & American Life Project , 71% of online Americans use video-sharing sites (such as YouTube and Vimeo). On YouTube alone, users upload more than 72 hours of video every minute. There are many different sites for uploading and sharing video, and Vine is an example of one of the newer ones. Vine is a mobile-based app that allows users to record videos up to six seconds long and immediately … [Read more...]

Tribal HIV/STD training kit and guide – Clinical Information Toolbox

IHS announces tribal HIV/STD training kit and guide To help stop the spread of HIV and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), the Indian Health Service (IHS) supported the development of a Tribal HIV/STD Training Kit and Policy Guide. The training kit gives tribes and tribal organizations information on how to work with tribal council members, school boards, health directors, and other partnering programs on ways to prevent the transmission of HIV and STDs.The training kit contains … [Read more...]

White House Women’s Update: Happy Mother’s Day!

Saturday, May 12, 2012 White House Women's Update: Happy Mother's Day! Friends -- Happy Mother's Day to you and yours! Yesterday, the President released a presidential proclamation to celebrate the special role mothers play as cornerstones of our families and our communities, and on Thursday, First Lady, Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden hosted a Mother's Day Tea for military families in the East Room of the White House and we hosted a Twitter Chat with the … [Read more...]

8 Words That Should Never Appear in Your Twitter Bio

8 Words That Should Never Appear in Your Twitter Bio I checked out a lot of Twitter bios when I was looking for a LinkedIn expert to help with a potential blog post. I didn’t find an expert. I did find a lot of awful Twitter bios, though. Capturing the essence of your business in 160 characters is tough. (It’s also tough to know how many people are actually reading or responding to your tweets.) Since every word counts, pretend I’m a potential customer or client. Here’s how I … [Read more...]

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