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When Everyone’s An Expert and Every Open Tab Is A Lectern

Coaching and online education is big business. I can hardly open my browser today without seeing another ad from another self-made business guru ready to provide the mysterious answers that I need to solve my mundane business problems. Here’s what the machine served up today (via a sponsored post on Twitter): Master the Art of […] The post When Everyone’s An Expert and Every Open Tab Is A Lectern appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Advertising, Intellectual Property, Influence, Copy, Lifestyle Marketing, Media Trends, Industry Analysis


Self-Described Proud Boy, QAnon Believer Arrested for Allegedly Murdering Brother With Sword

A 26-year-old Seattle man who described himself online as both a member of the far-right Proud Boys group and a believer in the sprawling QAnon conspiracy theory, Buckey Wolfe, is in custody after allegedly stabbing his brother in the head with a sword on Sunday, the Seattle Times reported.Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Science, Technology, Youtube, Social Media, Conspiracy Theories, Seattle, Far Right, Seattle Times, Proud Boys, Online Extremism, QAnon, Buckey Wolfe


Twitter Mulls Redesign That Looks a Heck of a Lot Like Facebook, Just With More Neo-Nazis

Twitter will be rolling out beta updates including “conversational”-style speech bubbles and indented/color-coded replies based on whether you follow another user in the coming weeks, the Verge reported on Wednesday. Other features under consideration, but which will not be available in the forthcoming beta, include…Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Science, Design, Technology, Nazis, Social Media


Instagram’s iOS Users Will Soon Be Able to Share Feed Content Across Multiple Accounts

Instagram confirmed that it is rolling out the ability to publish feed posts to multiple accounts simultaneously to all iOS users. A spokesperson said, "We are rolling out this feature to provide a better experience for people who often post to multiple accounts." Josh Constine of TechCrunch reported that the feature works by enabling users...
Tags: Instagram, Advertising, Josh Constine, Social Pro Daily


Snapchat Study Finds it Has the Happiest Social Media Users by @MattGSouthern

A study on why people use social networks finds Snapchat makes people happy – Facebook and Twitter not so much.The post Snapchat Study Finds it Has the Happiest Social Media Users by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Facebook, News, Social Media, Seo, Snapchat


Doug Jones Seeks Inquiry Into Misinformation Efforts in Alabama Senate Race

The Alabama Democrat said “deceptive tactics have no place in American politics and must be repudiated by those involved in our political system.”
Tags: Elections, News, Senate, Alabama, Social Media, Jones, Moore, Federal Election Commission, Alabama Senate, United States Politics and Government, Doug Jones, Rumors and Misinformation, Roy S, Doug (1954-


Daily Search Forum Recap: January 9, 2019

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web...
Tags: Seo, Search Forum Recap


Instagram now lets you post to multiple accounts in one tap

Instagram for iPhone now lets you post to multiple accounts at the same time. It's not the "regram" feature that many users have been asking for, but it could prove useful for some users who manage more than one profile. The post Instagram now lets you post to multiple accounts in one tap appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Regram, Self-regram


How to Name a Startup: The Crash Course

An important first step is creating a job description for your name. What are its most important duties? The most common decision is that a name should explain to the world what business you are in or what your product does. Intuition dictates that this will save you the time and money of explaining it, which actually turns out not to be true. Why not?The notion of describing your business in the name assumes that the name will exist at some point without contextual support, which, when you thin...
Tags: Apple, Nike, Cnbc, Name changes, Branding, Fannie Mae, Hotwire, Igor, Product Names, Company Names, DNA Brand Mechanics Brand, ABC Namebank, Better Branding Company, Apple Stingray Oracle Virgin Yahoo, Velveeta Slinky Mustang Snapple, FatBrain


Robotic Sex Toy Company Offered $50,000 of Media by YouPorn After CES Pulled Its Award

In 2018, the Consumer Electronics Show faced charges of sexism after it failed to secure a single woman speaker for its keynote speeches over the course of the event. This year, those charges are again surfacing--and this time, it's because of a vibrator. In September, the Os?, a robotic woman's sex toy, was named an...
Tags: Advertising, Ces, Robotic Sex Toy Company


BERTELSMANN GEN.2001 (BTG4) Rises 0.25% on Jan 9 - The Hi New Ulm

BERTELSMANN GEN.2001 (BTG4) Rises 0.25% on Jan 9   The Hi New Ulm Shares of BERTELSMANN GEN.2001 (FRA:BTG4) last traded at 320.8, representing a move of 0.25%, or 0.8 per share, on volume of 10,210 shares.
Tags: Seo, Bertelsmann


Twitter is About to Test a Bunch of Features for People and Publishers

Twitter used CES to detail some new features it will begin testing, for both users and publishers. Karissa Bell of Mashable reported that Twitter will establish a beta program in the coming weeks for people who want to test its new experimental features, which could change the way conversations appear on its platform. One of...
Tags: Twitter, Advertising, Ces, Social Pro Daily, Karissa Bell of Mashable


UK Kids Private Brand Toy Refresh

UK kids toy retailer Early Learning Centre (ELC) has redesigned its private brand packaging for its developmental range of children’s toys. Andy White, Creative Director of WowMe Design the agency tasked with the project says “This vibrant range of ELC developmental toys stimulate babies social, mental and physical development. The packaging needed to clearly communicate the unique play and learning benefits of the products. Colors were kept fresh and we developed ownable holding devices and fu...
Tags: UK, Featured, Global, Early Learning Centre, Branding, Andy White, ELC, UK Kids Private Brand Toy Refresh, Early Learning Centre ELC, UK Kids Private Brand Toy Refresh Consider


Amazon Celebrates Record-Breaking Private Brand Holiday Season

Online behemoth Amazon announced a record-breaking holiday season, with more items ordered worldwide than ever before. Amazon customers shopped at record levels from a wide selection of products across every department, discovering top holiday gifts and trending products. Some of the best-selling products this season included, all-new private brand Echo Dot, L.O.L. Surprise! Glam Glitter Series Doll, fashion items from Carhartt, and Bose QuietComfort Wireless Headphones, among others. “This sea...
Tags: Amazon, Featured, Customers, Calvin Klein, Ugg, Alexa, Branding, Jeff Wilke, Echo Dot Fire TV Stick, Amazon Smart Plug, Bose QuietComfort Wireless Headphones, Amazon Private Brand Devices Alexa Customers, Amazon Fire TV Fire Tablet and Kindle Amazon, Amazon Music Spotify Tidal, Amazon Best Sellers and Seasonal Trends Amazon, Solimo Dark Roast Coffee


BuzzFeed News’ Netflix Show Won’t Get a Second Season

BuzzFeed News' show on Netflix, Follow This, isn't getting a second season. But in the cutthroat landscape created by digital publishers competing for attention, the news organization did manage to get the green light on other programs it developed for platforms like Facebook and Twitter. BuzzFeed News' partnership with Netflix was largely seen as an...
Tags: Facebook, Advertising, Netflix, BuzzFeed News, Streaming & OTT, Twitter BuzzFeed News


CES 2019: 5 Questions with Pandora

We sat down with Aimee Lapic CMO of Pandora at CES to discover how voice technology is the key to the brand’s growth, thanks to its intimate role in customers’ lives. The post CES 2019: 5 Questions with Pandora appeared first on brandchannel:.
Tags: Advertising, Pandora, 5 Questions, Aimee Lapic CMO of Pandora


CES 2019: 5 Questions with Qualcomm

Penny Baldwin CMO of Qualcomm walks us through the implications of 5G technology and how the brand has 30 phones launching 5G connectivity in 2019. The post CES 2019: 5 Questions with Qualcomm appeared first on brandchannel:.
Tags: Advertising, Qualcomm, 5 Questions, Penny Baldwin


Calling All Patients! How to Get to the Top of Google with Your Dental Website

by Robert Clough SEO isn't something you can invest in every now and again and expect great results from. It requires constant work, and of course, a little bit of know-how. The less time you spend guessing and checking your campaigns, the more energy you can focus on targeting the most viable opportunities to get patients in the door.  Not sure where your campaigns are falling short?  Interested in expanding your knowledge of how dental SEO works?  Here are 3 things you need to do to be...
Tags: Google, Seo, BRADENTON, South Bend Indiana, Niche Marketing, Medical & Healthcare, Robert Clough SEO


CES 2019: 5 Questions with Mastercard

Raja Rajamannar CMO of Mastercard shares how the pared down Instagram aesthetic has touched even this megalith through the reveal of the new Mastercard logo, and how true competition is played out in the hearts and minds of customers. The post CES 2019: 5 Questions with Mastercard appeared first on brandchannel:.
Tags: Instagram, Advertising, CMO, Mastercard, 5 Questions, Raja Rajamannar


10 Incredible Digital Marketing Strategies to Put Your Hotel on the Map

by Robert Clough 35% of American families will go on at least one vacation during any given year. Given that the total American population is over 300 million, that represents a ton of opportunities for your hotel to book guests. The bullish economy we've been enjoying as of late has created a lot of competition in the hotel niche though... Buildings are going up faster than during previous years. Deals are getting better. Guests have more choices. Amidst that increased clutter, how can y...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Instagram, Digital, Seo, Ppc, Digital Marketing, Don, Facebook Facebook, Try Facebook, Niche Marketing, Robert Clough, Incredible Digital Marketing Strategies, Get Social Savvy


Tim Peter Co-Hosts New Podcast

Tim Peter, in his role as advisor to AI technology provider SoloSegment has recently joined with company CEO Steve Zakur to host their new SearchChat podcast. Their first entry focused on site search and how to budget for it, while the second talked about AI and its impact on site search and your business’s overall customer experience. Be sure to subscribe in iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher Radio, or your favorite podcatcher to hear all the episodes. If you’re looking to learn even more about...
Tags: Press Coverage, Seo, Mobile Commerce, Tim Peter, Press Coverage for Tim Peter & Associates, Digital Hotel Marketing, Steve Zakur, SoloSegment, Tim Peter Co Hosts New Podcast


CES Show 2019 – Paris Region Entreprises – Agency in Charge of Promoting Paris Region – Booth Interview

Paris Region Enterprises: the agency in charge of promoting Paris Region. Supports international companies & investors in setting up a business in Paris Region. See at Sands, Hall G – 50463 (Eureka Park)
Tags: News, Seo, Paris, Chris Voss, Paris Region, Paris Region Enterprises


CES 2019: 5 Questions with Cadillac

Deborah Wahl CMO of Cadillac tells us about 2019’s explosion of auto-tech innovations and their implications. The post CES 2019: 5 Questions with Cadillac appeared first on brandchannel:.
Tags: Advertising, Cadillac, 5 Questions, Deborah Wahl CMO of Cadillac


Google Chrome to Expand Ad Blocking Worldwide on July 9th by @MattGSouthern

Google Chrome is expanding ad blocking worldwide on July 9, which will affect sites that repeatedly show disruptive ads.The post Google Chrome to Expand Ad Blocking Worldwide on July 9th by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, News, Seo, Digital Advertising


Surprise, It’s Another Autonomous Grocery Delivery Pilot

U.S. retail giant Walmart announced yet another autonomous grocery delivery pilot--this time it's with last-mile vehicle company Udelv in Surprise, Arizona, which is just outside of Phoenix. This particular pilot will include one of Udelv's custom-built cargo vans, which the manufacturer says includes features like customizable cargo space for multiple orders. In a blog post,...
Tags: Ecommerce, Advertising, Walmart, Phoenix, Udelv, Surprise Arizona


Persil Returns for Its Fourth Consecutive Super Bowl

Persil ProClean is returning to pro football's biggest night for the fourth consecutive year. The detergent brand will bring back The Professional, a pitchman who wants to help you clean your clothing, to the Super Bowl on Feb. 3 on CBS. A brand spokesperson confirmed to Adweek that it is returning to the Big Game...
Tags: Advertising, Cbs, Adweek, The Big Game


1 day before International bookbub – Marketing Report

My Facebook ad for The Saint’s Rise continues to deliver, though the price of clicks has increased. I was getting them for less than 20p, now it’s closer to 25p. Tomorrow is the Bookbub, and I think I’ll just switch the FB ads off for the day – then maybe turn them back on in the aftermath, to try and maintain rank. On the 7th, 8th and 9th I spent 32 pounds on FB ads. I switched off the Bookbub ads as I got nothing. On those days I sold 15 copies of The Saint’s Rise on Amazon uk and ... Read Mo...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Photography, Writing, Marketing, Bookbub


Dirty little hands

David Carr was a writer for The New York Times. He was an acclaimed cultural reporter and also was on the faculty at Boston University’s communications school, where he taught a class called Voice Lessons. Which is where he made this point: “Quit sounding like everyone else and begin sounding like yourself.” Now, this advice is not unknown to each of us. But the more times you hear it, from the widest range of authorities, the more likely it is to actually sink in. As a teaching assistant of hi...
Tags: Business, Advertising, Marketing, Sales, Creativity, Ideas, New York Times, Humor, Weddings, Good Ideas, Boston University, David Carr, Jay H Heyman, Father of the Bride


How Patrón Vp Adrian Parker Uses AR/VR, Bounces Back From Failure and Hires the Best Talent

There's no one way to describe Adrian Parker. As the vp of marketing for Patr?n Tequila and Grey Goose Vodka, he leads the brand and digital experience for both liquor brands by day and makes music videos with his family by night. His high energy and creative spirit are contagious and have contributed to making...
Tags: General, Advertising, Grey Goose Vodka, Adrian Parker



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