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Twitter's Reportedly Working on a 'Tweetstorm' Feature, but You May Never See it

Twitter is reportedly working on a new 'Tweetstorm' tool, but it's likely not a priority for the platform.

5 Free Tools to Monitor Your Competitors’ Digital Marketing Campaigns

Here are five, free tools that can help enhance your social media monitoring and competitive insight efforts. 

Very Wet Zip Line Adventure Day

On this episode of the Dot Com Lifestyle vlog, I go zip lining! What can be more fun that that? How about doing it in pouring rain? It makes the zip line go even faster! Click Here To Download John Chow’s New eBook, The Ultimate Online Profit Model!

Should You Disable Comments on Your Blog?

You have to make innumerable decisions before you can formally launch your blog. And even once your blog is up and running, the decision-making never stops, because you can always change things for the better. You can always tweak and update. What theme should I use? What color scheme should I use? How can I best promote sharing on social […]

Make Your LinkedIn Company Page Stand Out with Visuals [Infographic]

LinkedIn has published a new infographic which provides some key tips and apps to help improve your visual strategy on the platform. 

How to Use Facebook's Updated 'Engagement Audiences' to Focus Your Ads

Facebook's recently updated their 'Engagement Audiences' tools to offer new ways to retarget potential customers.

8 Creative Ways to Use Instagram’s Multiple-Image Posting Feature [Infographic]

Instagram's multi-image post option enables you to tell a broader brand story with your content - this infographic outlines some tips for multi-image updates.

15 Reasons You Need to Stop Random Acts of Marketing (RAMs) [Podcast]

In a new podcast, Pam Moore explains the pitfalls of Random Acts of Marketing (RAMS), and why you need to avoid them. 

Study finds Reddit’s controversial ban of its most toxic subreddits actually worked

It seems like just the other day that Reddit finally banned a handful of its most hateful and deplorable subreddits, including r/coontown and r/fatpeoplehate. The move was, at the time, derided by some as pointless, akin to shooing criminals away from one neighborhood only to trouble another. Show More Summary

Hurricane Price Gouging Is Despicable, Right? Not to Some Economists

Hurricane Price Gouging Is Despicable, Right? Not to Some Economists: Is price ‘gouging’ during emergencies evil or beneficial to all? In a small slice of the world of economists and businesses, there is a fascinating debate about the...Show More Summary

Facebook tests pre-loaded ‘Instant Videos’

Facebook doesn’t want you to burn through your mobile data plan just to keep watching its videos. That’s why it’s testing a new feature called Instant Videos that downloads and caches Facebook videos to your phone while you’re on Wi-Fi so you can watch them later on the go for free. Read More

Cop Robbing Hot Dog Vendor Drives Home Why People Don’t Trust Police Anymore

All it takes is one bad apple to spoil the whole bunch. In a time when the overall appreciation of police officers is at an all-time low (due to all the unarmed black people they shoot in the back once a week across the country), you figure cops would be going out of their way […]

CBM091217

Here are the notes from the Chris Brogan Media broadcast for 09/12/2017. (You can watch this on my Facebook account). This live video was all shot using Ecamm Live (client), the best way to do Facebook Live for Mac.Continue Reading The post CBM091217 appeared first on chrisbrogan.com.

How to Utilize Social Data to Enhance Your Marketing Process [Infographic]

This infographic from Salesforce outlines some key ways you can use social data to enhance your sales and marketing process.?

Defining Effective B2B Influencer Marketing [Podcast]

In a new episode of the Social Business Engine podcast, Bernie Borges speaks with Dayle Hall, SVP of Marketing at Lithium Technologies.

AppleTV 4k: What to Expect Tuesday

Summary: A new streaming box is likely to be unveiled alongside new iPhones.

Facebook fined €1.2M for privacy violations in Spain

Another privacy-related fine for Facebook in Europe: The Spanish data protection regulator has issued a €1.2M (~$1.4M) fine against the social media behemoth for a series of violations regarding its data-harvesting activities. Read ...

"Anyone interested in the question of the extended survival of their society, indeed of civilization..."

“ Anyone interested in the question of the extended survival of their society, indeed of civilization itself, needs to take into account the work of Joseph A. Tainter and his The Collapse of Complex Societies (1988). Here, the archaeologist...Show More Summary

"Even if our individual and collective cognitive faculties were up to the task of understanding..."

“Even if our individual and collective cognitive faculties were up to the task of understanding massive complexity and its emergent behaviour – and they’re not – then there is the question of legacy. Much of what we use today has been designed incrementally and has been operating for a long time. Show More Summary

"The bottom line is that we are now ruled by people who are completely alienated not just from the..."

“The bottom line is that we are now ruled by people who are completely alienated not just from the scientific community, but from the scientific idea — the notion that objective assessment of evidence is the way to understand the world. Show More Summary

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