Leveraging New Social Media Trends

The Pew Research Center recently released a Social Media Fact Sheet detailing Americans’ social media trends. When the Pew Research Center began measuring social media usage in 2005, five percent of U.S. adults used at least one social media platform. Today, 69 percent of the public utilizes some form of social media.

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NAWRB CEO Shares Shopping Secrets with Leading Women

 

In preparation for NAWRB’s first Certified Delegate Spokeswoman Training Event, I hit the town last night with the attendees to share my lifelong secrets of collecting clothes at pennies on the dollar to look like a rockstar! Thank you mother for saving me money by never allowing us to buy anything at full price. Since I was three years old, I learned that if you didn’t ask for a better price, you might be missing an opportunity. As children, we were not allowed to purchase anything unless it was on sale, and not just an ordinary sale.

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The Opportunity Cost of a Bad Website

 

How much is your outdated website or lack of social media presence hurting your business? The recently released Small Business Digital Trends Report from Web.com and Dr. David Ricketts—an Innovation Fellow in the Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard—reveals an alarming amount of small business owners fail to optimize their website and leverage the power of social media platforms.

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Community College is Now Free in San Francisco

 

The City College of San Francisco—a two-year public community college—is expected to offer San Francisco residents free tuition beginning Fall 2017. This incredible success for public education would make San Francisco the first city in the United States to provide free community college to its residents regardless of income.

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Women and Minorities Stalled on Fortune 500 Boards

 

A new study from the Alliance for Board Diversity and Deloitte, Missing Pieces Report: The 2016 Board Diversity Census of Women and Minorities on Fortune 500 Boards, reveals that women and minorities hold 31 percent of board seats at Fortune 500 companies, representing a mere increase over the past four years.

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Have Your Book or Movie Featured in NAWRB Magazine!

 

As our international publication, NAWRB Magazine informs readers of key developments for women in the housing ecosystem. From articles profiling new regulations to interviews with leading executives and an entire section dedicated to new hires and promotions, we showcase women’s power and accomplishments as capable leaders.

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