To The Point Blog
Prof. Rabbit Hole and the Knowledge Panel
by Peter Hund
Peter Hund, who we affectionately call Prof. Rabbit Hole, loves to explore the inner workings […]
Accuracy and Trust – The Keys to Your Wikipedia Presence
by Avlokita Shah
A little over half of our population across the globe uses social media platforms. That […]
Branding with Wikipedia
by Avlokita Shah
The digital world is quite dynamic. There are enough platforms, formats, focused network groups and […]
Manage Wikipedia for your ideal communications clients
by Dan Cook
Identifying and signing ideal communications clients has long been a critical factor in the success […]
Getting Help from Yelp
by Melissa Chavez
Don’t panic — take control of your Yelp. That was the advice from Yelp’s Christy Augsburger, who was among the presenters at the recent NW Food Show in Portland, OR. Augsburger’s “5 Star State of Mind” presentation encouraged restaurateurs to embrace their Yelp reviews — good and bad.
There are many ways to plan your content and design to accommodate more users, customers, and potential clients. Accessibility is more than just a ramp to a door instead of stairs. For me, accessibility — or A11y for short — is about inclusion.
Putting the ‘Care’ Back in Health Care
by Kendall Leeper
Health care is changing to meet elderly and medically vulnerable patients where they are: At home.
Collaboration Gets Us Further Faster
by Kathleen Krushas
Experience has taught us that seamless collaborations lead to outstanding outcomes. With a nod to Stephen R. Covey, we’ve identified our own set of 7 attributes that are absolutely essential to collaborating effectively.