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Imran Khan, Snap’s No. 2 Executive, Is to Depart

He is the latest top executive to leave Snap at a turbulent time for the once-highflying social network.
Tags: News, Social Media, Khan, Online Advertising, Start-ups, Imran, Appointments and Executive Changes, Computers and the Internet, Snap Inc, Imran Khan Snap

Snap strategy officer Khan leaving to start tech investment firm

Snap Inc. is losing Chief Strategy Officer Imran Khan, one of the few remaining leaders of the team that took the company public in 2017.Khan, 41, is leaving to start his own investment firm that will take stakes in technology companies, according to a person familiar with the mater. Khan will remain in his role until the company can find a replacement, according to a filing made with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.Once one of the most popular mobile apps among young people, Snap ha...
Tags: Advertising, Imran Khan, Khan, Snap Inc, U S Securities and Exchange Commission Once

Time Warner Veteran Kristen O’Hara Is Snap Inc.’s New VP of U.S. Global Business Solutions

WarnerMedia veteran Kristen O'Hara joined Snapchat parent Snap Inc. as vice president of U.S. global business solutions. O'Hara will be based in Snap's New York office and report to chief strategy officer Imran Khan, overseeing three U.S.-based leaders who have been reporting to Khan since February: head of East Coast business solutions Brett Wein, head...
Tags: New York, Time Warner, Advertising, Imran Khan, Khan, East Coast, O Hara, Snap Inc, Social Pro Daily, WarnerMedia, Kristen O Hara, Global Business Solutions, Brett Wein

Amazon antitrust critic joins FTC as agency sets sights on tech

Lina Khan, a prominent critic of Amazon's business practices, is joining the office of Federal Trade Commissioner Rohit Chopra as the agency prepares to increase antitrust scrutiny of technology firms.Khan, the director of legal policy at Washington think tank Open Markets Institute, will work as a legal fellow for the next few months for Chopra, one of two Democratic commissioners at the agency, he said Monday on Twitter."Lina is sharp as a tack and works her fingers to the bone," Chopra said. ...
Tags: Amazon, Washington, Advertising, Khan, Ftc, Chopra, Lina, Rohit Chopra, Lina Khan, Open Markets Institute

London Mayor Takes On Social Media At SWSW

In the late 1990s, consumers across the globe began using a resource in the comfort of their own homes that was destined to revolutionize information consumption – the internet. Twenty years later, computer advancement and faster connections have altered virtually every aspect of daily life and have, for better or worse, begun to enter the realm of politics. Mayor Sadiq Khan, London’s first Muslim and ethnic minority mayor, gave a keynote speech Monday with a question-and-answer session a...
Tags: Amazon, Music, London, Washington, France, Germany, Social Media, European Union, Italy, Khan, Southwest, Music Business, Conventions & Awards, Trump, Bruce Houghton, Austin Texas

Pakistani MP who says Imran Khan harassed her faces wave of abuse

Ayesha Gulalai Wazir is denounced by her party, while some on social media say she should be whipped or attacked with acidWhen the Pakistani politician Ayesha Gulalai Wazir accused the cricket-star-turned-opposition-leader Imran Khan of sexual harassment, the vitriol unleashed against her was swift and vicious. First, leaders of Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e Insaf (PTI) party – which Gulalai also belongs to – publicly denounced her and demanded 30 million rupees (£218,000) in compensation for damage...
Tags: Gender, Media, Social Media, World news, South and Central Asia, Digital Media, Pakistan, Imran Khan, Khan, Tehreek, Ayesha Gulalai Wazir, Insaf PTI, Gulalai

Locked Out of London, A Contrite Uber Bends its Knee

At a time when ‘taking the knee’ is trending, Uber has been bending its knee—not in political protest but in humility. New CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has been humbled after the Transport for London (TfL) agency said it won’t renew its license at the end of September because the company is not “fit and proper” to operate in the city. Citing Uber’s past failures to report serious crimes and its “Greyball” software that prevents officials from monitoring Uber’s app, the TfL said Uber’s “approach and co...
Tags: Transportation, Uber, UK, London, Legal, White House, Uncategorized, Advertising, San Francisco, Pr, Taiwan, Britain, Denmark, Goldman Sachs, Travis Kalanick, Khan

Kahn a National Leader in Digital Media and Analytics Joins Risdall

Risdall is excited to continue the expansion of its digital marketing capabilities with the addition of Mahmood Khan as Senior Vice President of Digital Media and Analytics. Khan joins Risdall from Periscope where he served as the Director of Media and Analytics and led a team of digital media, paid search and SEO professionals. Prior to Periscope, he led international ecommerce campaigns for clients at Digital River. Khan currently serves as a Member of IAB Digital Media Buyer and Planner Certi...
Tags: Pr, Khan, Periscope, Kahn, Mahmood Khan, Mahmood, Ryan May, Risdall, Ted Risdall, Digital Media and Analytics, Digital Media and Analytics Khan, Media and Analytics, Digital River Khan, Risdall Khan

Bollywood Star Salman Khan Is Launching His Own Phone

Never mind the iPhone in the photo above. In the latest example of a major celebrity extending his or her personal brand, Bollywood and cinema superstar Salman Khan is throwing his hat in the smartphone ring with his own branded mobile phone. “We have just started our entry into the category, we need to be careful,’” said Khan to the Economic Times in confirming the brand extension, who registered BeingSmart as the desired brand name back in March, to the Economic Times of India. “If people buy...
Tags: Mobile, Technology, Entertainment, India, Uncategorized, Advertising, Samsung, Xiaomi, Khan, Times, Google Maps, Bollywood, Intex, Micromax, Salman, Economic Times

Astral Pipes Leads Human Rights in Indian Campaign

The subject is basic, but harsh—open defecation in rural India—and the consequences are severe. Women are habitually teased, taunted and even raped while going out to relieve themselves outdoors. This is not a woman’s battle alone. Inform, Empower, Involve the person next to you for #EveryWomansRight to a toilet in every home. — Astral Pipes (@AstralPipes) May 30, 2017 Lowe Lintas Ahmedabad came up with an idea that Astral Pipes, a leader in the CPVC pipes categ...
Tags: Human Rights, India, Advertising, Narendra Modi, Healthcare, Khan, Health Matters, Salman Khan, UNICEF India, Astral pipes, Nerendra Modi, Lowe Lintas Ahmedabad, Swachh Bharat Mission, Astral, Sagar Kapoor, Lowe Lintas

Fazlur Rahman Khan doodle honors architect behind Chicago’s famous skyscrapers

Khan designed Chicago's 100-story John Hancock Center and the Willis Tower (formerly known as the Sears Tower), once the world's tallest building. The post Fazlur Rahman Khan doodle honors architect behind Chicago’s famous skyscrapers appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
Tags: Seo, Chicago, Khan, Channel: Consumer, Google: Logos, Willis Tower, John Hancock Center, Sears Tower, Fazlur Rahman Khan

Donald Trump Jr. Criticizes London Mayor After Deadly Attack

Mr. Trump, the son of the president, referenced on Twitter an out-of-context quote by London’s mayor, Sadiq Khan, from September.
Tags: London, News, Social Media, Terrorism, Khan, Trump, Sadiq Khan, Sadiq, Donald Trump Jr, Donald J Jr

Best Articles of 2016

This hasn’t been my best year for blogging. My last post was June and, before that, January. Such is the life of an entrepreneur and new dad. However, while I haven’t found time to do the sort of writing I used to, I am happy to say I did a fair amount of reading this year and couldn’t let the holidays pass without sharing some of my favorite longform. If you haven’t read one of these lists before (2011, 2012, and ), the basic gist is it’s a list of the stuff I read this year that I liked the ...
Tags: Europe, Wtf, Greece, Obama, Australia, Navy, California, Senate, China, Politico, Russia, Uncategorized, Global, America, Barack Obama, Seo

Best Articles of 2016

This hasn’t been my best year for blogging. My last post was June and, before that, January. Such is the life of an entrepreneur and new dad. However, while I haven’t found time to do the sort of writing I used to, I am happy to say I did a fair amount of reading this year and couldn’t let the holidays pass without sharing some of my favorite longform. If you haven’t read one of these lists before (2011, 2012, and ), the basic gist is it’s a list of the stuff I read this year that I liked the ...
Tags: Europe, Wtf, Greece, Obama, Australia, Navy, California, Senate, China, Politico, Russia, Uncategorized, Global, America, Barack Obama, Seo

Snapchat Emerges as a News Platform & YouTube Steps Into the Video Controversy Ring | Social Marketing Cluster Facts

Snapchat takes on the TV scene, Facebook takes another look at its censorship policy and LinkedIn rolls out new recommendations algorithm. Learn more — watch SMCF! Transcript: Back in September, Snapchat’s Imran Khan took a swing at Facebook’s auto-played video ads that were void of sound. Khan said that, “advertisers are paying video prices for a moving banner ad.” Wow. That’s savage Khan. BUT OH SHIT, WHAT’S THIS? YOUTUBE STEPS INTO THE RING, THROWING THE HAMMER DOWN ON FACEBOOK CLAIMING,...
Tags: Facebook, Seo, Fox, Amnesty International, Imran Khan, Khan, Skype, Series, Using Facebook, Mosul, Iraq Syria, Amnesty Int

We Are Social’s Monday Mashup #325

Facebook tests Snapchat Stories clone Messenger Day Messenger Day, Facebook’s latest launch, lets people share illustrated filter-enhanced photos and videos which disappear after 24 hours. It works in the same way as Snapchat or Instagram Stories. And it’s just been launched in… Poland. Why Poland? Because Poland is a country not that familiar with Snapchat already. Clever. Facebook lets marketers link Canvas ads and include 360 video  to its Canvas ads, as well as letting brand owners link mu...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Europe, Social Media, Seo, Snapchat, Canada, Poland, Imran Khan, Tumblr, Khan, Mashup, Meerkat, Kik, Cam Newton, Facebook Instagram

Advertising: Making Video Ads That Work on Facebook’s Silent Screen

Marketers trying to reach an increasingly fractured and fickle social media audience are struggling to make ads when one version may not work everywhere.
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Social Media, Khan, Online Advertising, Google Inc, Facebook Inc, Martin Agency, Imran, Snapchat Inc, Dentsu, BBDO Worldwide, Advertising and Marketing

Snapchat's Imran Khan Sounds Off On Video Ads Without Sound

Snapchat's Chief Strategy Officer Imran Khan sounded a warning shot at video ads that play with the volume off.Speaking at the DMEXCO conference in Cologne, Germany, Mr. Kahn said sound is a core part of the video ad experience. It was a clear jab at rival Facebook, which mostly shows videos on mute to users scrolling through its newsfeed."Basically when you're buying advertising without sound," Mr. Khan said, "You're not really buying video, you're buying moving banner." [Author: [email protected]
Tags: Facebook, Advertising, Imran Khan, Khan, Kahn, Cologne Germany, Garett Sloane

Coca-Cola and PepsiCo Highlight Progress For World Water Week

Mass-producing soda means using fresh, clean water. Coca-Cola committed itself nine years ago to replenish the water that it used in the making of its massive catalog of beverages, and today announced that it has met its target. Marking World Water Week 2016, the Coca-Cola company announced that it has put 191.9 billion liters back into nature and communities last year—representing 115% of what it had taken out. The audit was conducted in partnership with the Nature Conservancy and was monitore...
Tags: Coca Cola, Environment, Advertising, Water, CSR, Sustainability, Deloitte, Khan, Pepsico, Coke, Stockholm, Coca Cola Company, Fmcg, Food & Beverage, Mehmood Khan, Mello Yello

The Greatest Constitutional Protestant of the Twenty-First Century

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Tags: United States, Catholic, Khan, Donald Trump, Branding, Trump, Levinson, Protestant, Times New Roman, Sandy Levinson, Jack Balkin, Richard Primus

God Bless Ameri Khans

What are the odds of there being two men named Khan who, in the same week, did amazing things to teach millions of people lessons about American history and government. And I’m not talking metaphorically. I’m talking actual history like the kind that is taught in lessons and books. Here are the two Khans I’m talking about. Sal Kahn, founder of Khan Academy In this photo, Sal and Kim Kutz, U.S. history fellow at Khan Academy, are celebrating the successful completion of an Indigogo project to ...
Tags: Amazon, Marketing, America, Mit, Harry Potter, Khan, Khan Academy, Sal, U S Army, Sal Khan, Metairie Louisiana, Harvard Business School, Observation

Q2 2016 Quick Links, Part 4 (Marketing, Privacy, Contracts)

Advertising/Marketing * Google will no longer run ads for payday lenders. * GALA: Brazil Enacts New Ambush Marketing Laws in Advance of Rio 2016 Olympic Games * Slate: The Do Not Call list was supposed to defeat telemarketers. Now scammy robocalls are out of control. What happened? * AdWeek: Publishers Are Largely Not Following the FTC’s Native Ad Guidelines * Jezebel: Scott Disick Accidentally Reveals the Truth Behind His Instagram Product Promotion * Slate: The Federal Election Commission h...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Europe, Craigslist, Children, Law, California, Marketing, West Virginia, Eu, Delta Airlines, Delta, Brazil, Nevada, Khan, Ada

Amor Benamor: Khan

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London Mayor Bans 'Body Shaming' Ads From Transport Network

New London Mayor Sadiq Khan has banned body-shaming ads from the city's transport network of subways, trains and buses.Mr. Khan, who was elected in May, promised in his manifesto that he would stop Transport for London from running ads that promote unrealistic expectations around body image and health.The ban will take effect next month and is only likely to affect a handful of the estimated 12,000 ads that run across the network each year. The mayor claimed there would be no impact on Transport...
Tags: Advertising, Khan, Transport For London, Sadiq Khan, New London, Emma Hall

Transport for London Revives Iconic Typeface as It Re-examines Tube Ads

The Transport for London (TfL), which accommodates more than 31 million journeys daily, is marking the centennial of iconic Johnston typeface with the release of newly designed Johnston100 typeface. The redesign will be rolled out in July, initially on Tube maps and posters. It offers greater usability across multiple platforms for branding and design, according to the TfL. The original font was designed by Edward Johnston in 1916 and defines the graphic language of London across trains, bu...
Tags: Transportation, UK, London, Advertising, Bbc, Typefaces, Fonts, Khan, Asa, Tfl, Transport For London, Logo Design, Sadiq Khan, Transport for London TfL, Johnston, Monotype

Pornography and Breaking Patterns of Destructive Behavior – #Connection with Belal Khan

Back in the 1950s when Hitchcock released Psycho, the motion picture association sent the picture back. They couldn't approve film because the of scene where, Norman the killer, was going after the woman in the shower was way too exposed. It's said that Hitchcock sat on the rejected film and then later resubmitted without changes. The film was then approved. It's unclear whether the resubmission was watched again, or if they assumed that edits were made. Movies today, especially the “R” rated mo...
Tags: Video, Marketing, Khan, Break, Connection, Hitchcock, #Life, Belal Khan, Alfred Hitchcock (Film Director), Belal, Counter-culture, Counterculture, Pornography (Film Genre), Self-destructive Behaviour (Symptom), Norman the killer

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