Women of Saudi Arabia

A. Fine Blog

Uncategorized Saudi Arabia Twitter WomenOne picture via Twitter says it all today: Here is the tweet: Maialshareef 2 hours 13 mins ago. women2drive #saudiwomen my pic outside my house. Ready to go, police car saw me and did nothing [link].

International Government Communication Forum 2019 – Sharjah, UAE

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

A few weeks ago I was invited to speak at the International Government Communication Forum (IGCF) in Sharhaj, UAE, where this year’s theme was “behaviour change” One of the conference highlights for me was participating on a panel with Dr Abdullah Al-Maghlouth , Director- General of the Centre for Government Communication in Saudi Arabia; and Sir Craig Oliver , Director of Politics and Communications for the former UK Prime Minister David Cameron.

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Massive geographical and cultural differences in online sharing

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Citizens of Saudi Arabia, India and Indonesia are the most prolific online sharers of content coming in at 61%, 53% and 50% respectively.

Fun facts: The US nonprofit sector in a video nutshell

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

1 in 10 US workers are employed by nonprofits; revenues earned by US nonprofits are greater than the entire economies of Saudi Arabia and Sweden combined, etc.!). Check out this great video by the Ben Klasky, executive director of a Seattle-based nonprofit called IslandWood.

Our Common Challenges

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

The group included the Executive Director of the Icelandic Youth Council, the Program Director for the Russian Red Cross, the Community Manager from the Office of the Mayor of Athens, and a grassroots organizer from Saudi Arabia, among others who work with local governments and community groups to mobilize volunteers and social giving around the world. Yesterday Network for Good was honored to host a group of delegates from 10 countries as part of the U.S.

#TECH: Sometimes A Security Breach Is Just A Phonecall Away

Non Profit Marketing 360

Even the esteemed Reuters news site was hacked to allow a fake reporter to post that Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal died. What's in your password? The dog days of summer are upon us.