Welcome to Part 5 of my Traffic and Leads through WordPress series. This is an awesome series because we look at effective ways to market your WordPress website. The reason this is so different is because WordPress is an awesome platform and much of the marketing can truly be streamlined with plug-ins, etc. However, I’m surprised at the amount of […]
Today I encountered one of the petty annoyances of using Tumblr. I wanted to understand how the...
You can now string together your "tweetstorms" with Twitter's new threads features.
AR Studio was introduced in April at Facebook's F8 conference as part of the Camera Effects platform.
Did you know that before you even make it to a job interview your potential employers are learning about you based on your online persona? It’s time to do a checkup and make sure your social media profiles are painting the picture you want.
Messaging platform Line has added the ability for users to retrieve messages they’ve sent in error. Read More
Coinbase is growing up fast — or at least trying to. As an emblem of its current effort to accommodate the massive demand on its platform, the mainstream U.S. cryptocurrency exchange just added Facebook Vice President of Messaging Products David Marcus to its board of directors. Read More
If you want to make a living creating white supremacist content, you’re probably not going to do it via sites like Kickstarter and Patreon, which prohibit hate speech. Fortunately there’s Hatreon, a hate speech crowdfunding site that, despite having been booted from the web by a couple hosts, is back online and eager to let you back your favorite xenophobe. Read More
Twitter today is announcing the launch of a new feature that will allow people to more easily post tweetstorms – that is, those series of connected tweets that have grown to become a popular workaround for getting past Twitter’s character count limitation in order to share longer thoughts. Show More Summary
Storify’s eventual shuttering has been a long time coming. The social timeline curation service was acquired by commenting platform Livefyre back in 2013, which, in turn, was picked up by Adobe in May of last year. In a pithily worded...Show More Summary
On this episode of Driving with John Chow, I explain the importance of setting aside your own personal judgement and just give your customer what he wants, and not what you believes he wants. Enjoy video and please subscribe to my channel. Click Here To Download John Chow’s New eBook, The Ultimate Online Profit Model!
Facebook is trying to close the augmented reality gap with Snapchat with the help of an army of third-party developers. Today, eight months after debuting its Augmented Reality Camera Effects platform and AR Studio tool at F8, Facebook is allowing all developers to start building AR experiences for its Facebook Camera. Show More Summary
Yesterday, The Verge published comments made by investor and former Facebook executive Chamath Palihapitiya, quoting his interview last month at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, where he echoed recent comments made by former Facebook president Sean Parker that the platform is having deleterious effects on society. Read More
Instagram has always been a social network where you follow friends and creators, but today it’s evolving with a new way to follow hashtags so you see top posts and Stories about a topic on your home page. Rather than having to dig this content out of search or the Explore tab, you can see the best #Slime videos or #FloralNails tutorials no matter who posts them. Read More
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“A political party that builds itself atop a foundation made of fantasies will soon collapse.” - | Ezra Klein, The Republican Party’s reality problem – and ours Let’s hope so.
@SenWarren: Are you really trying to bully, intimidate and slut-shame @SenGillibrand? Do you know who you’re picking a fight with? Good luck with that, @realDonaldTrump. Nevertheless, #shepersisted. https://t.co/mYJtBZfxiu — Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) December 12, 2017
Exploiting migrant labor; pay transparency’s positive effects; who should help displaced workers?; unintended consequences of map apps Originally published at www.patreon.com. Follow on Patreon for notifications! Today, the stories that struck me as the most important are two regarding migrant laborers, in Europe and in China. Show More Summary
Tinder announced today it’s beginning a test of a new feature called “Feed” designed to help users learn more about their matches. The Feed, which will appear as a tab on the Messages screen, will include real-time updates from those...Show More Summary
Summary: The FCC is set to roll back Obama-era regulation protecting an open internet. Here's a quick rundown to help you understand the issues.