One mega-conglomerate’s brand synergy is another person’s nostalgic childhood mashup. Case in point: In preparation for The Muppets’ debut on Disney-owned ABC this fall, the official Disney and Muppets YouTube pages have been releasing videos of the Muppets performing “dramatic readings” of Disneyland attraction songs. Show More Summary
This post is part of a series on the relationship between small businesses and their communities. For more posts in the series, visit the What Is Working: Small Businesses page. Most entrepreneurs understand that being involved in the community needs to be an integral part of every business plan. Show More Summary
Today, Facebook for Business announced in a post that it has added “Donate Now” as a call-to-action button available for Brand Pages. These buttons can now appear right on a Facebook Brand Page, or directly within an ad on the site.Show More Summary
Searching for notable public figure or brands now returns a stream of their latest tweets embedded in the search results pages. The post Tweets Will Now Be Included in Google Desktop Search Results by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Brands on Facebook should start planning their future content strategies with animated GIFs in mind. The massive social network and online video contender has introduced the ability for some brands to start including the looping image...Show More Summary
Looping video fans, rejoice. After rolling out GIFs to user pages in May, Facebook is now opening up the animated clips to a small percentage of brand pages. It's been a long-awaited tool for marketers who are already accustomed to posting GIFs on Tumblr, Twitter and Imgur. Show More Summary
Facebook has begun allowing businesses to add GIFs in posts from their Pages, nearly three months after it enabled the feature for users in May. Wendy’s, Coca-Cola’s Brazilian brand Kuat and BuzzFeed are the first businesses with the ability to share GIFs. Show More Summary
The Creeps: Night of the Frankenfrogs By Chris Schweizer Amulet, 122 pages, $9.95 After being nominated for his historic graphic novel series The Crogan Adventures, creator Chris Schweizer is back with a brand new young adult’s adventure series. The Creeps are a motley collection of middle school students in Pumpkins County. As Amulet describes their […]
Josh Ostrovsky, aka The Fat Jew, has come under fire after it was revealed that he built his huge Internet brand by stealing jokes from other comedians on Twitter, Tumblr and other sites without crediting them. He calls himself a "curator" and an "aggregator," which seems like an easy way to plagiarize yourself to the top. Show More Summary
On the heels of a Louis Vuitton fashion editorial for the pages of Brutus, model David Trulik is back in luxe looks from the French brand. The face of Louis Vuitton’s fall 2015 campaign, David also stars in this season’s look book. The...Show More Summary
It’s good to be Steven Spielberg. In today’s edition of Rich People Problems, award-winning director Steven has outgrown his paltry $184 million yacht and is trading it in on a brand new $250 million one! According to Page Six, Steven has commission a new boat that will be 18 feet longer than his current […]
There is no one-size-fits-all solution in the field of web design. This is true of all aspects from branding, layout, typography, and certainly interfaces. Registration page design is a crucial component to driving users into a site....Show More Summary
Brands can't be as honest as they might like in dealing with haters on Facebook. But sometimes other Facebook users can do it for them. That dynamic played out in particularly rogue fashion on Target's Facebook page this week. As the...Show More Summary
Google just pressed the reset button, completely overhauling its corporate structure through the formation of a brand new parent company called Alphabet. This change comes nearly 20 years after cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin first launched Google from a dorm room in Stanford. Show More Summary
When Google was formed by Sergey Brin and Larry Page it had one area of focus: search engines. Off the back of that, Google grew into a global brand. If you want to […]
Google, probably one of the most well-known brand names in all the world, has decided to change things up today, with an announcement from CEO Larry Page that the company is going to be reorganized under the umbrella of a bigger corporation known as “Alphabet.” The announcement was posted on the Official Google Blog this afternoon by Page, and … [More]
There's big news today from Google: The company will be restructured under an umbrella company under the name of Alphabet. With Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin ascending the new throne as CEO and president respectively, Google...Show More Summary
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Windows 10 brings with it a brand new browser called Microsoft Edge (though Internet Explorer is still hanging around like an awkward kid in the background). Here’s how to get started with one of its most interesting features—annotating websites. Read more...
Twitter has released a new ‘Customer Service Playbook’ for brands looking to utilize the micro-blog platform to better service their audience needs. The 126 page book – directly downloadable without sign-up - details ‘how to accelerate impact with customer service on Twitter’ through a range of interviews, tips and case studies - here are some of the highlights.