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The ACO Code of Ethics
In accordance with board policy, every Director, Committee Member, Officer, Agent, Attorney and Employee of ACO
shall be guided by the Code of Ethics set forth below and should:
- act with the highest degree of integrity, which requires being honest and candid
- recognize and accept personal responsibility to build and maintain ACO’s good name and reputation
- give earnest effort and best thought to the performance of all duties
- never use ACO’s equipment, systems, software, rooms, offices, facilities or supplies unless authorized by proper authority
- protect the privacy and confidentiality of employees’ personal and employment information and members’ personal information and financial records/transactions. Never access any member account without a business need to do so.
- not disclose sensitive operational or competitive issues with outside parties. Disclosures to representatives of the media will only be made by parties specifically named to do so.
- never use any information obtained in the performance of ACOduties as a means for personal gain or benefit
- disclose, to the Chairman (in the case of officials) or to the cognizant Vice President (in the case of employees): all potential conflicts of interest, including those in which you are inadvertently placed due to a business or personal relationship with another employee, any member, supplier, business associate, or competitor of ACO’s Federal, or any other entity with which ACO does business; all fraudulent activity, dishonesty or corruption wherever discovered; and evidence of a violation of the laws, rules or regulations applicable to ACO and the operation of its business, or of a violation of this Code of Ethics
- provide the highest level of service in a courteous and professional manner and treat all individuals fairly without regard to age, race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, veteran’s status, social and economic status, or any other basis protected by law. Never act unfairly by granting special favors or privileges to anyone, whether for remuneration or not.
- never solicit or accept for personal gain (or for the benefit of any third party except ACO ) any gift, gratuity, benefit or unusual hospitality that might be construed by reasonable persons as tending in any way to influence one in the performance of duties; nor accept anything of value in connection with ACO ‘s business after any transaction is discussed or completed
- never process or give authorization to process any loan or paper, monetary or data transactions for own accounts; accounts on which employee is a joint owner, authorized user, co-borrower, a custodian, or a trustee; and accounts belonging to any family member, to any substantive equivalent of a relative, or to anyone residing at the same address
- never mislead, coerce, manipulate or fraudulently influence the National Administration examiners, external auditors or internal auditors preparing an audit report
- never engage in business with ACO directly or indirectly, which is inconsistent with the honest performance of duties
- never participate on behalf of ACO, directly or indirectly, in any deliberations or decisions on any question in which one has a personal monetary interest, including any decisions affecting the procurement of equipment, supplies or services from any source
- uphold these principles as fundamental to the well-being of ACO and to its continued service, growth and progress
ACO CLUB with Theresa J Morris
We are expanding our clubs with various social media groups.
If you are an owner or moderator of a group on Facebook there is a need to know how to podcast.
ACO Club assists others in learning about Social Media and how to share your own interests, as well as, how to assist your friends.
We as individuals can build our own relationships with others while we learn to make life better for all of us in communications.
ACO CLUB is shared by American Communications Online. We share our education in entertainment.
When planning your podcast, consider what your content will be about, what the goals are for your podcast, how your podcast’s content, logos and branding will reinforce your objectives. Also, come up with basic website theme and colors.
- Decide on your content, format and goals
- Come up with logos, branding and website theme
The heart of every podcast is the media content. Whether you’re creating audio, video, electronic books (PDF/ePub), the content production will be your most time consuming and important task.
- Decide on a media format (audio, video, electronic book)
- Pick the tools and software necessary to create the media format selected
- Create a first episode, or introduction episode
Podcast distribution is the infrastructure that allows your media to be syndicated to your audience. The infrastructure includes a website (a WordPress site is recommended), media hosting (separated from your website) and syndication via RSS feeds.
WordPress is recommended for podcasting for a number of reasons. First, podcasting is nothing more than an extension of blogging. A blog post with media associated to it is a podcast episode. With WordPress being the most dominant and free blogging platform today, it makes perfect sense to use WordPress for your podcast website.
- Setup a website for your podcast
- Setup a hosting service for your podcast media
- Setup syndication for your podcast (such as PowerPress plugin for WordPress)
- Publish your first episode
If you are using WordPress with PowerPress, simply create a new blog post. Upload your media to your media hosting company, then enter the media URL into the PowerPress episode entry box in the edit post screen. If you’re using Blubrry media hosting services, this is as simple as clicking the Blubrry upload icon , uploading the media, then clicking “Publish”.
Measuring the success of your podcast is critical. There are three ways you can measure this success: via media download statistics, web statistics and audience surveys.
- Set up media download statistics (Blubrry Basic Statistics are free and easy to add to WordPress website using the PowerPress podcasting plugin)
- Set up Web statistics (Google Analytics is free and easy to add to a WordPress website)
- Set up an audience survey (Blubrry.com offers a free audience survey)
Promoting your podcast is the only way to get your podcast into the hands of the masses.
- Add your podcast to as many podcast directories as possible (iTunes, Blubrry Podcast Directory, etc.)
- Come up with a social media strategy (for example, use Google+, Twitter and Facebook)
- Attend conferences and trade shows that complement your content and genre
- Set up a mailing list / newsletter and regularly send news and information to your subscribers
- Consider using traditional marketing techniques such as Google Adwords
ALSO regarding Book Publishing:
Timely Manor Books is the Imprint of TJ Morris Media-News-Publishing.
We are teaming with our ACO Club Members as Authors, Consultants, Organizers and with TJ Morris Agency.
Here is the latest on our new friend Brad Olsen’s Book
Hidden knowledge and state secrets comprise the “alternative narrative” described in Future Esoteric, which examines the flaws of mainstream society, and presents radical solutions to today’s social, scientific and economic issues SAN FRANCISCO: Things are not always as they appear. For the past century forbidden subjects such as UFOs, human abductions, secret space programs, suppressed free energy devices and other fantastic notions have tested the human mind, forcing it to decipher fact from fiction. But is there a common thread? As sites like WikiLeaks and their founders try to unveil war secrets and covert black operations, international governments have little-by-little begun exposing what they’ve tried for years to keep hidden. Chronicling what he calls the “alternative narrative,” Brad Olsen gets down to the middle of it all. Organized into three sections (Secrets, Cosmos and Utopia), Future Esoteric: the Unseen Realms by Ancient Aliens guest Brad Olsen (CCC Publishing, April 2016) examines the flaws in modern history and looks at how ancient esoteric teachings, coupled with accelerated scientific advancements, can be used to help change the dead-end course we humans are running ourselves into. Looking at several alternate paradigms, whether they deal with crop circles, immigrant Nazi leaders to the United States after WWII, or out-of-this-world creatures like Grey aliens, Olsen comes to the conclusion that we have been among the supernatural for centuries; these creatures and advanced military technology have been used as experiments, but this potentially worldchanging info has beed denied to the masses for the purpose of control. Through exploration and the integration of cutting-edge science with ancient wisdom, Olsen believes the dawn of our new society is faced on the one hand with global tyranny, or we can overcome the oppression and advance towards universal abundance and enlightenment. Without government and media manipulation this can be possible, and the Golden Age will be attained with the rapid advancement of human consciousness. “Brad Olsen has done a vast amount of searching to come up with Future Esoteric, and putting it together coherently and beautifully, he has saved us all a ton of time just when we are running out of it. Dots are connected and threads knit together, revealing an intentional predicament and leading in the direction of practical, love-based solutions.” –Foster Gamble, Thrive Available at bookstores everywhere and through IPG 814 N. Franklin, Chicago, IL 60610 Orders: 1-800-888-4741|ipgbook.com Book Details: Future Esoteric: the Unseen Realms (2nd ed.) by Brad Olsen Publisher: CCC Publishing, distributed by IPG Price: $17.95 Trade Paper/416 pages/ 6 x 9/ 110 photos ISBN: 978-1888729788 About the Author: Brad Olsen is an editor for World Explorer magazine and has appeared on numerous TV shows. He is the author of nine books, including Modern Esoteric, Sacred Places Around the World, Sacred Places North America, and World Stompers. He lives in San Francisco
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