This digital makeover highlights that a weak digital presence is perhaps more strategically-problematic than no presence at all.
Taking care of the small things: a digital makeover shouldn’t be highlighting the importance of current information and linked properties.
IdleNoMore has reinvented itself. Still, it has a lot of work to do to regain the level of public interest the movement enjoyed last winter.
Despite social media prowess, an MP’s digital ecosystem without a web front on digital Main Street and riddled with holes needs a digital makeover.
In today’s digital makeover: an effective digital ecosystem depends heavily on how all of the parts are connected and how they work together.
Today’s digital makeover reinforces that voice, tone and participation are critical to online success.
Is slacktivism and the drive for large numbers of visible supporters diminishing the credibility of online petitions?
IdleNoMore celebrated its six month last week. As more people have taken to using the hashtag for all forms of criticism, have the voices who started the movement been marginalized?
The death of Elijah Harper and a report suggesting conditions are ripe for an indigenous uprising weren’t enough to reignite public interest in IdleNoMore.