Dear citizens of the UK, calm down. After the momentous (and rather regretful) Brexit decision, this huge step is not taking away your chocolate. (Of course, never mind the myriad ways it could impact aspects of your day-to-day life, like work, education, medicine, and consumer prices, but oh dear me, not the chocolate, amirite?) The […]
Social media networks have been around for years and no one can argue with the growth a majority of them have had in the past year. Social platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Google+ all have seen a significant increase which means they’ve become an even more vital tool to increase engagement. However, many people still are living in the past […]
Twitter and the rest of the internet is in a constant love/hate relationship with Donald Trump, we love that he’s there to make fun of, but we hate that he’s actually there and though there still isn’t any strong and concrete indication who might be Donald Trump’s running mate, the friendly people on the world-wide […]
Maintaining a regular content schedule can be tough, as you need to keep coming up with new and interesting topics all the time. In this post, contributor Samantha Ferguson outlines five ways to help spark new content ideas.
As the Fourth of July fast approaches, have you thought about what kind of original inbound and social media marketing tie-ins you could do with the holiday?
A big part of succeeding on LinkedIn lies in being yourself and showcasing your unique talents. This infographic from CEO of Your Life outlines some tips on how to do just that.
The recent vote for Britain to depart the European Union came with a tall side order of hate, racism, and fear. Your first reaction will probably mirror mine: deplorable. And it is. But there’s more to it. Hate Comes From Fear This kind of hate, anyway, is the stuff of fear. The people most affected […] The post We Are All Foreigners appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.
Take a moment to look at your emoji keyboard. Scroll through the angry face, ghost, stiletto, doughnut, flashlight and cigarette until you reach the hearts. There it is: love. Amid the mundane and humorous, those vibrant, colorful little shapes can easily become a rapid-fire display of affection to a friend, parent or partner. Show More Summary
The Dot Com Lunch is a weekly get together of likeminded Internet marketers and bloggers. We meet every Saturday (unless I’m out of town) at Pho Ba Co for some great food, and greater networking. Anyone is welcome to join us. Check out the Dot Com Lifestyle meetup group to find the time and location of the next get together. […]
In this series we take a look at everything, large and small, that has changed the way we do things and enhanced our lives in some way. In part three we take a look at advancements in science that have changed our understanding of the world.
In the timeless tradition of reading mean tweets, Jimmy Kimmel invited a number of Youtubers to let the dregs of Twitter take potshots at them and emerge unscathed from all the saltiness. The likes of Markiplier, Tyler Oakley, and Grace Helbig sat in front of Kimmel’s “mean tweets” camera, and went through an array of tweets […]
Well done, UK. You’ve officially hit a brand-new level in intelligence ratings, though in which direction, we’d rather not say. Time for #Regrexit. You’re even starting to give Texas ideas with what might be #Texit. Good luck with that. Meanwhile, Donald Trump is yet experiencing another bad case of foot-in-mouth disease with his newest tweet […]
Periscope founder and CEO Kayvon Beykpour sat down to discuss the future of the platform, and live-streaming more broadly, at this week's Cannes Lions event.
Most people think of social primarily as a marketing tool, but many brands now use social for recruiting. This infographic breaks down some of the data on social HR and where the opportunities lie.
To create great content week after week after week, you need a lot of ways to come up with new content topics. Here are 47 ideas on ways to keep the idea train moving.
Nixon Tanuwidjaja has spent his life pursuing his passion for unique delicious meals. Working full time in a restaurant while he put himself through college, Nixon realized how much he enjoyed the hospitality industry and began his pursuit to own his own restaurant concept. Show More Summary
A new app called TraffickCam will help authorities stop human trafficking. The app allows travelers to submit pictures of their hotel rooms around the world. The images are then matched with a national database. “You just enter your hotel room, and your room number,” says Abby Stylianou, a Washington University Researcher and TraffickCam developer. “You take […]
Former Google Fiber general manager Kevin Lo joined Facebook as director of infrastructure connectivity and investments.
The addition of live streaming to its mobile application was YouTube’s big news from VidCon in Anaheim, Calif., but the Google-owned video site made several other announcements.
Netflix is killing it in July