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Congress Now Wants Twitter to Explain How That Covington Teens Video Went Viral

Pretty much half the news media is backpedaling from their coverage of footage of white Covington Catholic High School students in MAGA hats taunting and harassing a Native American elder, Nathan Phillips, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in DC amid the Indigenous Peoples’ March earlier this month. Footage of the…Read more...
Tags: Twitter, Politics, Science, Technology, Social Media, Native Americans, Dc, Bots, Lincoln Memorial, Maga, Nathan Phillips, Covington Catholic High School, Covington Catholic, Indigenous Peoples March, Maga Teens, Congress Now Wants Twitter


The Essential Startup Checklist to Set You Up for Success

20 percent of new businesses don’t live long enough to celebrate their first birthday. 30 percent don’t make it past two years and 50 percent don’t keep their doors open beyond five years. Stretch this timeframe to 10 years and the percentage of businesses that fail shoots up to 70. Whichever way you slice this information, one thing is clear: the odds are stacked against startups. Fear not, though! Fortunate favors the prepared, which is why we’re sharing startup checklist you nee...
Tags: Uncategorized, Marketing, San Francisco, Kickstarter, Essential Startup Checklist, Adequate Capital Now, going Co, Google Facebook Apple Twitter, Right Business Insurance Entrepreneurship


5 Ways Chatbots Are Already Revolutionizing ECommerce

Since the introduction of Apple’s Siri in 2011, AI and marketing strategy have merged to introduce chatbots. Designed to emulate a ‘human’ customer service experience, chatbots are revolutionizing how modern branding and sales are approached. With more industries joining this innovative form of automated publicity by developing their own bots, advertisers are scrambling to keep up with the pace at which marketing strategies adapt to this innovative technology. As consumer familiarity with...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Yahoo, Marketing, Sales, Siri, Bank Of America, E-commerce, Burberry, Lg, Tommy Hilfiger, Sephora, Alexa, Michael, Kik


Gabrielle Union Celebrates Husband’s Final Game in Chicago Wearing Perdifiato!

Gabrielle Union was on hand to celebrate her husband’s final game in Chicago as he retires this season from professional Basketball wearing a coat by A Perdifiato. In a photo on his Instagram, Wade shared that he was “walking out of the Chicago Bulls arena with this beauty by his side,” showing off his stylish […]
Tags: Gabrielle Union, Seo, Chicago, Chicago Bulls, Instagram Wade


Facebook Is Hoping to Advance Ethics Research Regarding Artificial Intelligence

Facebook and the Technical University of Munich are joining forces on the creation of an independent ethics research center for artificial intelligence. The social network will provide $7.5 million in funding over five years for the Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence, with director of applied machine learning Joaquin Qui?onero Candela saying in a Newsroom...
Tags: Facebook, Advertising, Technical University of Munich, Streaming & OTT, Social Pro Daily, Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence, Joaquin Qui?onero Candela


New Spot Highlights Nature’s Way of Healing PTSD Sufferers - Warrior Adventures Canada - Join Us

PSA & Public Interest Warrior Adventures Canada - Join Us (Canada) 2018. FCB Canada and Someplace Nice team up for a sober and evocative spot for Warrior Adventures... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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A Video of Teenagers and a Native American Man Went Viral. Here’s What Happened.

A close look at the videos that have emerged paints a more complete picture of what happened on Jan. 18 — and how an unlikely convergence of Americans became such a firestorm.
Tags: News, Social Media, Native Americans, Teenagers and Adolescence, Hats and Caps


Marketing For Writers: 3 Essential Tips, Even If You Hate Marketing

You hate marketing. That’s fine. Many writers do. However, if you want clients who will buy your writing services, or readers who will read your books, you need to do it. Zero budget? Much of the marketing you do can be free. Marketing for writers: “free” advertising Yes, there is “free” advertising, as I show […] The post Marketing For Writers: 3 Essential Tips, Even If You Hate Marketing appeared first on Angela Booth's Fab Freelance Writing Blog. [Author: Angela Booth]
Tags: Marketing, Freelance, Angela Booth, Professional Writing, Writing Career


Innovative Spec Ad by Andrea Baridon Designed to Help Dyslexic People

“ChromaShift” the unique Apple feature that will help dyslexic people read and write better thanks to color and light correction - with a single touch.CREDITSAdvertised brand: AppleAdvert title(s):Chromashift Headline and copy text: Because living with dyslexia can be easier if we think differentMedia: product innovation, digital Advertising Agency: Miami Ad School, Miami, United States.Art Director: Andrea Baridon, Marta Iglesias, Alana VitrianURL: https://www.andreabaridon.com/work#/chromashi...
Tags: Technology, Advertising, Miami Ad School, Spec Ad, Miami United States, Andrea Baridon, Andrea Baridon Marta Iglesias Alana VitrianURL


Covington and the Pundit Apocalypse

Our hasty condemnation of these teenagers reveals the cold truth about hot takes.
Tags: News, Social Media, Covington, News and News Media, Polls and Public Opinion


Various Ways to Add Tradelines to Your Credit Report

For a layman, understanding tradelines can be difficult unless an expert explains more about what they are. This term is used to refer to the credit accounts that people hold. Those with credit accounts can be considered to have tradelines in their credit history. However, not all tradelines get to appear in your credit history, and this can affect both your credit score and history. According to financial experts, people should focus on adding tradelines that are positive and avoid thos...
Tags: Uncategorized, Marketing


Facebook Is Giving Developers More Clarity on Rate Limits

Facebook is giving application developers new tools to help protect them against reaching their rate limits. Rate limits are defined as the maximum number of calls an app can make to the social network's application-programming interfaces within a specific time period, and Facebook uses them to protect the integrity of its platform, as well as...
Tags: Facebook, Advertising, Social Pro Daily


Daily Search Forum Recap: January 22, 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


Twitter.com Is Getting a Facelift

Tweaks are coming to Twitter.com, and users who receive opt-in messages can be part of the first group to preview them. Twitter said (via tweet, naturally) that features being added to its web experience include an emoji button, quick keyboard shortcuts, updates to its Trends for You section and improvements to search. A new https://t.co/fHiPXozBdO...
Tags: Twitter, Advertising, Social Pro Daily


How Crown Plaza Hotels and Resorts use strategic Meeting Influencers to scale the Customer Experience

Crowne Plaza® Hotels and Resorts believes in using the power of human connections to create meaningful experiences. What can we learn from how Crown Plaza Hotels and Resorts use strategic meeting influencer to scale the customer experience?  Identify the right Influencer My friends at Crowne Plaza® Hotels and Resorts want to make sure the customer has it all to help them boost productivity, energize their body and feel inspired during uptime and downtime. This is a gutsy, fun and creative mis...
Tags: Facebook, Hotels, Social Media, Seo, Linkedin, Customer Experience, Social Media Marketing, Hotel, Crowne Plaza, Brand Ambassadors, Value Innovation, Social Media Community, Morch, Hotels Social Media, Founders Media Click Here, Social Media Mastery for Hotels


How Crowne Plaza Hotels and Resorts use strategic Meeting Influencers to scale the Customer Experience

Crowne Plaza® Hotels and Resorts believes in using the power of human connections to create meaningful experiences. What can we learn from how Crowne Plaza Hotels and Resorts use strategic meeting influencer to scale the customer experience?  Identify the right Influencer My friends at Crowne Plaza® Hotels and Resorts want to make sure the customer has it all to help them boost productivity, energize their body and feel inspired during uptime and downtime. This is a gutsy, fun and creative mi...
Tags: Facebook, Hotels, Social Media, Seo, Linkedin, Customer Experience, Social Media Marketing, Hotel, Crowne Plaza, Brand Ambassadors, Value Innovation, Social Media Community, Morch, Hotels Social Media, Founders Media Click Here, Social Media Mastery for Hotels


Google will begin shutting down the classic Hangouts app in October

Google confirmed that it will begin retiring the classic Google Hangouts app in October. The company will start by pushing users to move to the new Google Hangouts Chat and Hangouts Meet. The post Google will begin shutting down the classic Hangouts app in October appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, News, Trends, Social Media, Hangouts, Google Hangouts


The Cold Truth About the Hot Take

After the hasty condemnation of the Covington Catholic High School kids, we pundits should slow down and wise up.
Tags: News, Social Media, News and News Media, Polls and Public Opinion, Covington Catholic High School


Netflix iPhone App Users Can Share What They’re Watching Directly to Instagram Stories

Netflix and chill ... and add it to Instagram Stories while you chill. People using Netflix's iPhone application now have the option of sharing what they're watching directly to Instagram Stories without leaving the Netflix app. Some cool news: Starting today, iPhone users can now share what you're watching directly to Instagram stories via the...
Tags: Instagram, Advertising, Netflix, Instagram Stories, Social Pro Daily


Twitter is slow-rolling out a simpler web interface, some users get it first

“A new Twitter is coming,” tweeted Twitter today. “Some of you got an opt-in to try it now. Check out the emoji button, quick keyboard shortcuts, upgraded trends, advanced search, and more. Let us know your thoughts!” It's simpler. No more three-column view. Two columns now. “It's thankfully about more than cosmetics, even if it doesn't have everything users might like,” writes Jon Fingas at Engadget. Snip: To begin with, some basic tasks are faster. Keyboard shortcuts help you navigate arou...
Tags: Twitter, Post, Business, Design, Technology, News, Social Media, Tech, Engadget, Picks, Jon Fingas


Viacom Acquires Pluto TV in $340 Million Deal

Viacom intends to acquire Pluto TV, an ad-supported streaming service that is free to consumers, for $340 million in cash. Once the transaction closes, Pluto TV will operate as an independent subsidiary of Viacom, according to a news release. "As the video marketplace continues to segment, we see an opportunity to support the ecosystem in...
Tags: Advertising, Viacom, Pluto TV, Streaming & OTT, Viacom Acquires Pluto TV


3 Surprising Retail Trends That Emerged From NRF’s Big Show

The National Retail Federation (NRF)'s conference last week featured the usual gadgets and gizmos to show attendees the future of retail. Buzzwords like AI and blockchain abounded at panels and in booths. And while some of the news to come out of the conference, like Giant Food Stores unveiling "Marty" the somewhat adorable robot, was...
Tags: Ecommerce, Advertising, Nrf, Marty, National Retail Federation NRF, Giant Food Stores


Home Security Provider SimpliSafe Will Make Its First Super Bowl Appearance

Home security provider SimpliSafe will be making its first Super Bowl appearance. The 30-second spot, which is set to air sometime during the end of the first quarter, marks the first appearance for a home security company in the game. The Boston-based company founded in 2006 said it will be keeping the ad itself "under...
Tags: Boston, Advertising, The Big Game


Mobile Measurement Company Adjust Is Buying a Bot-Finding Startup to Combat Digital Ad Fraud

Adjust, a mobile measurement and fraud prevention company, has acquired a startup to improve its fight against digital ad fraud. The Tel Aviv-based company today said it will acquire Unbotify, a cybersecurity and artificial intelligence startup that analyzes website traffic to understand the difference between human and bot traffic. The startup was founded in 2015...
Tags: Advertising, Tel Aviv, Unbotify, Ad Tech & Mar Tech


Celebs Don’t Drive Kia, The Great Unknowns Do

Celebrity culture…it won’t go away, and yet it fails to reward the spellbound masses. When it comes to Super Bowl Sunday, celebs are in the stands, performing at half time, on the field during the game, and starring in a fair number of multimillion-dollar commercials. Thankfully, there are a few brands that ain’t havin’ it. […] The post Celebs Don’t Drive Kia, The Great Unknowns Do appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Advertising, Super Bowl, Advocacy, Don, Car Account


Christina Applegate Gets Real Mad About Being Locked Out of Her Car in M&M’s Super Bowl Teaser

M&M's has big plans for its Super Bowl ad this year. The brand released a 15-second teaser, titled "Lock Game," today and shared that actress Christina Applegate will star in the 30-second spot. In the teaser, Applegate has just finished some shopping and walks up to the driver's side of her car. As soon as...
Tags: Advertising, Christina Applegate, Applegate, The Big Game


AI can predict your future tweets by looking at your friends’ accounts

The study examined the past tweets of hundreds of Twitter users, each within a particular social circle, in order to see how accurate of predictions it's possible to make with machine-learning techniques.The results showed that machine-learning techniques can predict the future Twitter activity of a given user by looking only at about 9 of their friends, and that these predictions are about as accurate as predictions made with the benefit of looking at the user's past writings.The findings have ...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Technology, Privacy, Social Media, Innovation, Machine Learning, University Of Vermont, Dunbar, UVM, Nature Human Behavior, The University of Vermont, James Bagrow, Science Magazine Here, Lewis Mitchell, Bagrow


Google is Reportedly Considering Pulling Google News from Europe by @MattGSouthern

Google may pull its Google News service from Europe, according to a report from Bloomberg.The post Google is Reportedly Considering Pulling Google News from Europe by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Google, Europe, News, Seo, Bloomberg, Google News, International Search


Jim Beam Goes Back to Its Roots in Regional Super Bowl Campaign

For years, AB InBev has used exclusivity to maximize the value of its Super Bowl spend by preventing other brands from placing spots in the Big Game--and this year will mark its biggest buy yet. Various competitors in the alcoholic beverage category have tried to get around the block in different ways. For example, in...
Tags: Advertising, Ab Inbev, Jim Beam, The Big Game


This KFC Gravy Candle Will Give Your Home the Rich, Meaty Aromatherapy It Deserves

For just a moment, imagine yourself finally crossing the threshold of your home after a particularly trying day. You settle into your softest pajamas, turn on some soothing music, and light your favorite scented candle. Before long, you're embraced by a comforting aroma: the unmistakable fragrance of KFC's signature gravy. If any aspect of that...
Tags: Advertising, Kfc, AdFreak, KFC Gravy Candle Will Give Your Home



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