A case study on the U.S. Travel Association’s approach
As communications teams attempt to cut through the noise of social media to reach their audiences, the U.S. Travel Association actively…
In the study of psychology, there’s a concept called the “makes sense stopping” rule. It states that when presented with a difficult question, we take a position and look for evidence to support it.
“It’s about getting things down to one number. Using stats the way we read them, we’ll find the value of players that nobody else can see. People are overlooked for a variety of biased reasons and perceived flaws.”
It’s that time of year again, when grassroots advocates from around the country travel to Washington, hoping to convince lawmakers to take action on a variety of issues. Sadly, much of their hard work is going to waste … and they don’t even know it.
On the afternoon of June 3, 1991, a brand new publication whirred over fax machines…
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