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The online stalking rabbit hole: How far down have you gone?

Social media can take you down a deep, dark spiral if you stalk too much. Or it can be pretty cool. Bryan Cranston and Jessica Biel star in glorious Kanye West soap opera When your friend suddenly becomes your boss Maisie Williams stars...Show More Summary is going bye-bye

Four years ago, Dalton Caldwell announced an ‘audacious proposal’, to build a Twitter alternative. He crowdsourced funds launched, and… two years later it became a zombie company, no employees, just a server running in a closet somewhere. Show More Summary

Facebook's Testing Discussion Topics in Groups

Facebook's testing a new discussion topics tool in Groups to help better categorize areas of discussion.

Content Marketing Predictions for 2017 from 5 Top Influencers [Video]

What do the top content marketing predict well see in 2017? Contributor Joei Chan sought to find out.

Social Media Customer Service Statistics and Trends [Infographic]

Now more than ever, customers are channeling their issues through social media.

Pinterest Has a New System to Show More Relevant Related Pins

Pinterest has upgraded their Related Pins recommendation system to improve relevancy and context.

3 Big Reasons to Invest in Data Driven Marketing

Data-driven marketing has the potential significantly improve your outreach process - when used correctly.

The Importance of a 'Client Facing' LinkedIn Profile Headline

Your LinkedIn headline is a key element in how you're found on the platform.

Facebook May Have Just Ushered in a New Era for Mobile Video

Summary: Sheryl Sandberg, COO; Chris Cox, CPO; and Mark Zuckerberg, cofounder and CEO, have all flatly said that Facebook is a tech company. But over the last few years, that position has become less tenable. Now, it seems that Facebook has finally accepted the premise that it is, at the very least, inextricably linked with the media industry.

YouTube Releases ‘Super Chat’ Live-Stream Payment Option – The Next Step for Live?

YouTube has announced a new live-stream payments tool which could be the start of the next big live-stream trend.

Snapchat launches universal search to simplify navigation

Snapchat just made it much easier to navigate around the app and find friends, groups, Discover publishers, and Our Stories with a universal search bar that’s always accessible at the top of the app. Launching today for some people on...Show More Summary

Your Job Will Become Obsolete

While living the Dot Com Lifestyle in Edinburgh, we came upon a McDonald’s with a feature that I have not seen at the McDonald’s back home (at least they don’t have them in California yet). Check out the video below to see what I mean. The signs are all around us. Jobs are becoming obsolete. Within the next decade, there […]

Pinterest Turns to Deep Learning to Generate Related Pins

When it comes to generating Related Pins, board co-occurrence is out and deep learning is in.

A Eulogy For Vine

It is ironically fitting that just before the Waterford ball dropped in Times Square to usher in 2016, NBC broadcast a Vine parodying "Bye, Felicia," one of the more pervasive Internet memes of the day.

Spending on Social Advertising Is On the Rise (Report)

2016 may have been the year of growth, but 2017 promises to be a year of change for marketers.

YouTube launches “Super Chat,” a way for creators to make money from their live streams

YouTube announced a new feature today aimed at helping creators make money while connecting with their fans during a live stream: Super Chat. The addition is reminiscent of streaming site Twitch’s Cheering feature, which allow viewers...Show More Summary

Facebook Pages can now “go live” from the desktop, add live contributors and more

Facebook Live, the social network’s live video streaming platform, received a series of updates this week, the most notable being the ability for broadcasters to “go live” from their desktop and laptop computers. Video creators willShow More Summary

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