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Hands-on with what’s new in iOS 10.3 [Video]

11 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

iOS 10.3 was released yesterday and it was a major release. Headlined by a brand new file system, the update brings major changes to the backbone of iOS. There are also a whole host of big and small user-facing features to be found as well. In this video walkthrough, we step through some of the changes you can expect to find in this latest release. more… Filed under: Apple

Garcia: Golovkin undermines his own leverage by fighting on PPV

13 hours agoSports / Boxing : Bad Left Hook

Mikey Garcia says that fighting on PPV can be a big gamble for a fighter that can hurt one’s brand. WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia is no stranger to the business of boxing. He and his family have been deeply rooted in the sport for generations now. Show More Summary

Can Virtual Reality Help Brands Dodge Marketing Mistakes?

According to a new report from VRJournal, virtual reality may help brands avoid making big marketing mistakes. Ever bought the wrong product at the grocery store because the package “looked familiar,” or the “colors were similar” toShow More Summary

David & Victoria Beckham's Daughter Harper Reaches Big Milestone - Watch Video!

David Beckham just shared a video of his daughter Harper Beckham, 5, riding a bike all on her own! The 41-year-old retired soccer star posted the brand new video to his Instagram account of him running alongside his daughter as she took her bicycle out for a spin. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of [...]

More big brands pull ads from YouTube in widening boycott

An advertising boycott of YouTube is broadening, a sign that big-spending companies doubt Google's ability to prevent marketing campaigns from appearing alongside repugnant videos.

More big brands pull ads from YouTube in widening boycott

PepsiCo, Wal-Mart Stores and Starbucks on Friday confirmed that they have also suspended their advertising on YouTube after the Wall Street Journal found Google's automated programs placed their brands on five videos containing racist...Show More Summary

Wal-Mart, PepsiCo and Dish pull YouTube ads over hateful videos - CNET

Big brands are flexing their political muscle as they pull even more ads from Google's YouTube after the ads appear next to extremist videos.

Google's YouTube Has Continued Showing Brands' Ads With Objectionable Videos

A week after Google was forced to apologize for running customers’ advertisements on objectionable videos, triggering a change in policy, its YouTube site is still rife with examples that are ensnaring more big advertisers and causing some to cut spending with the tech giant.

Photos, Video: Big Changes Are Coming To National Airport

New security checkpoints will put the main hall out of the reach of the general public and a brand new concourse will replace the dreaded Gate 35X. [ more › ]

Chase Will Go Big With Its First Facebook Live, Featuring Eric Clapton Performing on Stage

With 3.9 million fans, Facebook is Chase's biggest social platform, so the brand is planning a dramatic launch for its livestreaming efforts this weekend by broadcasting from two of Eric Clapton's concerts in Los Angeles. The bank is sponsoring Clapton's North American tour, which includes four shows this month in New York and Los Angeles....

LaVar Ball has no shame and he's a marketing genius because of it

Low key We all know about the Ball brothers. We all know about their father LaVar Ball. We all know about the things that he’s said. But let’s take a step back away from that and focus on the Big Baller Brand. Big Baller Brand is a family brand. Show More Summary

LaVar Ball: Big Baller Brand will be a billion-dollar thing

Father of UCLA basketball star Lonzo Ball, shares his goals for his brand and who will, and won't, benefit from its success.        

The Internet Is Mad as Hell at Cracker Barrel Right Now

Why was Brad’s wife fired? Social media editors for big restaurant chains typically don’t make hiring and firing decisions for individual locations. Nevertheless, old-timey brand Cracker Barrel has seen its Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts come under siege after an employee was allegedly dismissed from one of its Indiana outposts. Show More Summary

Driven: Video Review: Mini Countryman Takes On the Big Boys

5 days agoVehicles / Cars : Wheels

This brand will never offer the hulking S.U.V.s that Americans prefer. But this new vehicle offers enough room for four happy campers.

It only took us five minutes to find a big brand advertising on a hate group's YouTube

Google's facing an advertiser revolt this week after it came to light that several big brands' ads were served on YouTube videos promoting terrorism, extremism, and other violent forms of hate. More than 250 brands have split from YouTube after various investigations in the Times of London outed the ad placements. Show More Summary

Surprisingly, Brand Advertising Drives More Conversions Than You Think! by @LarryKim

Why are big companies pouring so much money into brand advertising every year? What do they know that we don't? The ultimate conversion hack is making sure people have heard of your brand before. Find out why in this post by Larry Kim. The post Surprisingly, Brand Advertising Drives More Conversions Than You Think! by @LarryKim appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

BIG Updates About The Future Of Alaska & Virgin America

Alaska's takeover of Virgin America closed in mid-December, though we haven't seen much in the way of integration so far. The two brands are very different, and their marketing campaigns have been based around that, acknowledging the...Show More Summary

Ball brothers already have brand recognition

When Lonzo Ball warmed up for basketball practice at Pauley Pavilion earlier this week, the UCLA freshman wore red and black ankle socks emblazoned with “BBB.’’ That’s short for Big Baller Brand, the Chino Hills family’s apparel company that hawks $60 T-shirts and $100 hats through a website. Each...

A day after an ad took humorous aim at Joel Embiid’s injuries, report says he’s ‘very likely’ to have surgery

Talk about poor timing … A day after candy brand Jolly Rancher released an ad that pokes fun at Philadelphia 76ers star Joel Embiid’s injuries, a report circulated that the 23-year-old big man would need to undergo knee surgery. Sucks when you are in a commercial but it's making fun of how long you’vebeen a rookie […]

Former Maker, Disney, Nickelodeon execs raise $6 million for kids media startup Pocketwatch

With traditional television no longer the powerhouse it once was, today’s kids grow up on a diet of Netflix and YouTube and other digital content. A new startup aiming to be the next big kids brand to tackle this space, Pocketwatch,Show More Summary

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