Entries by The Buzz

Maximizing Outreach: Email Marketing Strategies

Email marketing has become an essential tool for universities to reach out to prospective students, engage with current students, and maintain connections with alumni. In the digital age, email is a primary mode of communication, and universities can leverage this platform to effectively disseminate information, promote events, and share updates. With the ability to reach […]

Maximizing Enrollment: Data Analytics in Higher Ed Marketing

In today’s competitive higher education landscape, data analytics plays a crucial role in informing marketing strategies and decision-making processes. By leveraging data analytics, higher education institutions can gain valuable insights into the preferences, behaviors, and needs of their target audience, allowing them to tailor their marketing efforts more effectively. Data analytics enables institutions to track […]

Simple Changes – Try these Resume Tips

4 Modifications That Will Make Your Resume a Breath of Fresh Air As a job candidate, it’s easy to see recruiting supervisors as big, bad challenges that you have to conquer. They’re the gatekeepers, after all. But, this type of thinking causes weaker employment applications. Consider it by doing this: Employing supervisors read a lot […]

Black Male Teachers Needed

Teachers and education are universal; no obligation of caste and creed is associated with them. This widespread notion moves around the world, but when it comes to the USA, it appears to be a weaker one. There is a dire need for increasing the number of black male teachers in urban schools and districts of […]

Black Transgenders: Still Marginalized

The declaration that the Defense of Marriage of Act is unconstitutional and the repeal of the “Don’t ask, don’t tell” are the things that gay ought to be jubilant about. However, there is a smaller group of individuals within this small group that still has to fight for their rights. These are the colored transgender […]

Target Your Audience – Branding, Diversity and Technology

Branding is the key to business success. Whether you’re a small, locally owned electronics repair service, or a multinational corporation, a strong brand will set you apart from your competition. Successful branding is a complex, multifaceted process. It’s both an art and science, combining detailed, accurate data analysis with intuitive understanding of what your audience […]

Unemployment and African Americans – Blacks need Jobs

African Americans consist of over 41.4 million in the United States. They being the second largest minority have employed themselves mostly in management, science, sales, business and arts occupations. It was found that black women are more into these sectors as compared to black men. With all these facts we discovered that still black Americans […]

More Black Male Teachers – Please

Black Male Teachers Needed for Urban and District Schools in the U.S. Teachers and education are universal; no obligation of caste and creed is associated with them. This widespread notion moves around the world, but when it comes to the USA, it appears to be a weaker one. There is a dire need for increasing the […]

Punitive Attitudes & Racial Typification – The Setting In Trend Of Racially Typifying Individuals In US

America is facing a lot of social issues these days, whether it’s the field of education or employment, the most critical issue is the racial typification and the punitive attitude of the American people towards these racially typified individuals.  According to Letty Cottin Pogrebin,  “America is a nation fundamentally ambivalent about its children, often afraid […]

Gender Crimes In USA – The Duplicate Face of Hate and Wickedness

God created the Universe and then sent Humans to populate it, decorate it and enjoy the blessings bestowed on them by their creationist. He created relations, families, friends, all for humans to endure and adore. However, humans divided themselves into boundaries, religions, casts and cultures; destroyed and misused his environment and even destroyed the beautiful […]

Gender Issues and sex “Discrimination”

No matter how much we have progressed today as a people,  feminists are still given an awful unfolding. No doubt, even in first world countries like the US, those women who are excelling in the workplaces are demonized and called as anti-family with egoists personalities. This practice is still prevalent today. Although, there are many […]

Juvenile Offenders – Focusing On Lack of Education and Cache of Bad Company as Root Cause of Problem

 Juvenile offenders also referred to as juvenile delinquents are young people below the age of 18 who are arrested for various crimes or offenses ranging from theft and vandalism to rape and murder. This is a very unstable world and times we are living in today. There is conflict, security threats, uncertainty and neglect of humanity […]

Knowing African Americans Today

According to the census,  there are about 44,456,009 African American and Black people living in America. It is about 14.2% of the population of America. In District Colombia, 51% people are black the highest, and the lowest in Idaho and Montana, which is 1% only. The poverty rate is 28.1% in Black and African American […]

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