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The New York Times' 'Truth' campaign continues winning streak at D&AD

The New York Times’ “The Truth is Worth it” campaign continues its awards season winning streak, earning two Black Pencils at the D&AD Awards in London. The Black Pencils are the highest accolade of the U.K.-based show and follow the Times' honors at the ADC Club awards earlier this month The effort depicts the diligence and persistence that the Times' journalists put into their reporting through an artful layering of image, text, and sound. Black Pencils were in the TV Commercial Camp...


Faith in Filters and the Fate of Safe Harbors

New Controversies in Intermediary Liability Law Annemarie Bridy The challenge of keeping harmful and illegal content off the Internet is as old as the Internet itself. Meeting that challenge, however, has never felt as urgent as it feels now. And technology companies have never felt so pressured to figure out how to do it quickly, at scale. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently assured members of Congress that advances in machine learning over the next few years will improve and more fully aut...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Spotify, Europe, Congress, Youtube, Eu, United States, Dmca, United, Ugc, Branding, Zuckerberg, Acr, Guest Blogger


Making Meaningful Connections that Drive Business Success

Behind every great entrepreneur there is usually someone (or several someones) who helped guide them on the path to achieving greatness. Many entrepreneurs credit teachers, mentors and colleagues who left a lasting impression, changing the course of their lives in some meaningful way. That’s been the case for Patrick Campbell as he transitioned from working for the government, to Google to the start-up world and eventually founding his own company. Today, Patrick is the CEO of Profi...
Tags: Google, Podcast, Featured, Navy, Boston, Pr, United States, SaaS, Cto, Andy Grove, Entrepreneurism, Peter, Patrick, Patrick Campbell, Hyman Rickover, The Successlab Podcast


Should the government break up Facebook? Industry leaders disagree.

Experts, among them Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, argue the company has become a monopoly and should be broken up. Others argue Hughes and his supports have misread Facebook's position in the market. Despite these disagreements, a consensus agrees that Facebook and other Silicon Valley titans need to be better regulated. None It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. True for Dicken's tale of the French Revolution, but for the less bloody, albeit more toxic, Facebook, the best of ...
Tags: Business, Activism, Internet, Social Media, Markets, Economics, United States, Capitalism, Innovation, Algorithm, Social Change


Should the government break up Facebook? Experts disagree.

Experts, among them Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, argue the company has become a monopoly and should be broken up. Others argue Hughes and his supports have misread Facebook's position in the market. Despite these disagreements, a consensus agrees that Facebook and other Silicon Valley titans need to be better regulated. None It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. True for Dicken's tale of the French Revolution, but for the less bloody, albeit more toxic, Facebook, the best of ...
Tags: Business, Activism, Internet, Social Media, Markets, Economics, United States, Capitalism, Innovation, Algorithm, Social Change


Church SEO: 5 Ways to Improve Local Search Results

Previously, in the What is Church SEO? series we looked at what to optimize for better organic search results. In this article, we’re going to look at what to optimize for better local search results. (This article explains the difference between the two.) Before we get to what we can optimize to improve local search results, it’s important to understand one thing you probably can’t change. The #1 factor in Google local search results is distance from the city center. Google has determined what ...
Tags: Google, Religion, Seo, Search Marketing, United States, Google Maps, Google My Business, Facebook Twitter Pinterest, AWANA, Google My Business GMB, Church Seo, Ways to Improve Your Church, Better Organic Search Results Bottom


Chat app Line is adding Snap-style disappearing stories

Facebook cloning Snap to death may be old news, but others are only just following suit. Line, the Japanese messaging app that’s popular in Asia, just became the latest to clone Snap’s ephemeral story concept. The company announced today that it is adding stories that disappear after 24-hours to its timeline feature, a social network like feed that sits in its app, and user profiles. The update is rolling out to users now and the concept is very much identical to Snap, Instagram and others...
Tags: Facebook, Apps, Messenger, Asia, Japan, Media, Instagram, Indonesia, Social Media, Tech, Taiwan, Whatsapp, Software, Thailand, United States, Computing


The World Wants to Fight Online Hate. Why Doesn’t President Trump?

The White House foolishly rejected an international effort to stop the spread of extremism and violence on the internet.
Tags: News, White House, Social Media, United States, New Zealand, Christchurch, Trump, Google Inc, Facebook Inc, Computers and the Internet, Donald J, Freedom of Speech and Expression, Instagram Inc, Attack (March 2019


The Trump Administration Turns Its Back on a Chance to Fight Online Extremism

The White House rejected an international effort to stop the spread of hate and violence on the internet. Its reasons are specious and counterproductive.
Tags: News, White House, Social Media, United States, New Zealand, Christchurch, Trump, Google Inc, Facebook Inc, Computers and the Internet, Donald J, Freedom of Speech and Expression, Instagram Inc, Attack (March 2019


How Columbia Sportswear Is Weathering Trump’s Tariffs on Chinese Imports

A Sunday afternoon tweet from the president announcing that tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports were increasing from 10% to 25% came as a surprise to many who thought the United States and China were close to a trade agreement. While some brands (and financial markets) were sent reeling by the increase, the impact...
Tags: General, China, Advertising, United States, Columbia Sportswear Is Weathering Trump


Taco Bell is opening a Palm Springs hotel

Taco Bell has a summer getaway plan for its biggest fans, as it plans to open a Palm Springs hotel where seemingly every detail is based on the brand. “From check-in to check-out, The Bell: A Taco Bell Hotel and Resort reimagines what a hotel stay can be, unveiling a destination inspired by tacos and fueled by fans,” the chain said. Unlike any other hotel in Palm Springs—or anywhere else—the rooms, food and cocktails will be Taco Bell-themed. There’s going to be a salon where guests can ge...
Tags: California, Advertising, United States, Bell, Palm Springs, Taco Bell, Irvine California, Yum Brands Inc, Marisa Thalberg, Taco Bell Hotel


Comparative Labors and Democratic Dysfunction

For the symposium on Sanford Levinson and Jack M. Balkin, Democracy and Dysfunction (University of Chicago Press, 2019). Democracy and Dysfunction joins a distinguished list of seminal works on constitutionalism in the United States that have universal titles. The tradition is honorable.   Participants include such classics as John Hart Ely’s Democracy and Distrust, Ronald Dworkin’s Taking Rights Seriously, Gerald Gunther’s Constitutional Law, and, for that matter, Sandy Levinson’s Constituti...
Tags: Supreme Court, Labor, Senate, Africa, Israel, Reagan, Gop, United States, United Kingdom, Wisconsin, Benjamin Netanyahu, Republican Party, Latin America, Branding, Trump, Levinson


GetYourGuide picks up $484M, passes 25M tickets sold through its tourism activity app

As we swing into the summer tourist season, a company poised to capitalise on that has raised a huge round of funding. GetYourGuide — a Berlin startup that has built a popular marketplace for people to discover and book sightseeing tours, tickets for attractions and other experiences around the world — is today announcing that it has picked up $484 million, a Series E round of funding that will catapult its valuation above the $1 billion mark. The funding is a milestone for a couple of reasons. ...
Tags: Apps, Asia, Europe, Instagram, Bali, Entrepreneurship, Germany, Berlin, India, Softbank, Groupon, US, Social Media, Tech, Ceo, Economy


Trump Wants Your Tales of Social Media Censorship. And Your Contact Info.

The White House escalated its conflict with the tech industry on Wednesday, unveiling a website that asked for stories of social media censorship.
Tags: Twitter, News, White House, Censorship, Social Media, United States, Jack, Jones, Apple Inc, Dorsey, Trump, Google Inc, Facebook Inc, Milo, Infowars, Computers and the Internet


Time to Grow: 7 Small Business Hacks to Get to the Next Level

by Robert Clough Believe it or not, there are more than 28.8 million small businesses up and running in the United States. And each company, no matter what industry they're in, has a shared goal: to grow their business. It's easier said than done, though. And when you're juggling operating costs, managerial tasks, and administrative procedures, finding time to implement growth tactics is tough. But there are a few simple business hacks you can use to grow your company without putting a st...
Tags: Seo, United States, Facebook Twitter, Network Network Network Networking, Robert Clough


White House Says It Won’t Sign Global Pact for Tougher Measures on Online Extremism

of New Zealand and President Emmanuel Macron of France were gathered in Paris to sign what they call the “Christchurch Call.”Citing free speech protections in the United States, the Trump administration said it would not endorse the ‘Christchurch Call,’ which calls for the largest internet platforms to eradicate violent and extremist content online.
Tags: Twitter, News, France, White House, Social Media, United States, Terrorism, Paris, New Zealand, Christchurch, Trump, Emmanuel Macron, Google Inc, Facebook Inc, Macron, Computers and the Internet


White House Says It Won’t Sign Global Pact for Tougher Measures on Online Violence

of New Zealand and President Emmanuel Macron of France were gathered in Paris to sign what they call the “Christchurch Call.”Citing free speech protections in the United States, the Trump administration said it would not endorse the ‘Christchurch Call,’ which calls for the largest internet platforms to eradicate violent and extremist content online.
Tags: Twitter, News, France, White House, Social Media, United States, Terrorism, Paris, New Zealand, Christchurch, Trump, Emmanuel Macron, Google Inc, Facebook Inc, Macron, Computers and the Internet


Surplus and Deficit: Resources of Legitimation in the “Crisis of Democracy”

For the symposium on Sanford Levinson and Jack M. Balkin, Democracy and Dysfunction (University of Chicago Press, 2019). Jedediah Britton-Purdy [*] This long post sketches two thoughts prompted by time with the wide-ranging, provocative, and fecund letters that make up Democracy and Dysfunction. The first thought is that U.S. politics exhibits a surplus of claims to political authority--the right to rule. I suggest that this surplus is both a worse thing than many constitutional commentators...
Tags: Supreme Court, Congress, Senate, White House, Court, Elizabeth Warren, US, America, Barack Obama, Reagan, Gop, United States, Yale, Citizens United, House Of Representatives, Warren


How Often Does Google Update Its Algorithm?

Posted by Dr-PeteIn 2018, Google reported an incredible 3,234 improvements to search. That's more than 8 times the number of updates they reported in 2009 — less than a decade ago — and an average of almost 9 per day. How have algorithm updates evolved over the past decade, and how can we possibly keep tabs on all of them? Should we even try? To kick this off, here's a list of every confirmed count we have (sources at end of post): 2018 – 3,234 "improvements"2017 – 2,453 "changes"2016 – 1,653 "i...
Tags: Google, Congress, Seo, United States, Eric Schmidt, Cnbc, Pete, Matt Cutts, Mozcast, Dr-Pete, Unnamed Google


Twitter launches new search features to stop the spread of misinformation about vaccines

As measles outbreaks in the United States and other countries continue to get worse, Twitter is introducing new search tools meant to help users find credible resources about vaccines. It will also stop auto-suggesting search terms that would lead users to misinformation about vaccines. In a blog post, Twitter vice president of trust and safety Del Harvey wrote “at Twitter, we understand the importance of vaccines in preventing illness and disease and recognize the role that Twitter plays in ...
Tags: Health, TC, Facebook, Twitter, New York, Social Media, Tech, Public Health, Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Vaccines, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Harvey, Department of Health and Human Services, Del Harvey


Can Congress Investigate Whether the President Has Complied with the Law?

Attention, first-year ConLaw students who haven't yet taken your final exams!:  You might want to consider how you'd answer that question.No, really.  You're no doubt wondering:  Is that a trick question?  Well, until today it would have been.  But now . . . * * * * The House Committee on Oversight and Reform recently asked Mazars USA LLP, one of Donald Trump's accountants, to provide documents and information relating to the firm’s preparation, review, and auditing of financial statements for T...
Tags: Supreme Court, Congress, Court, United States, Donald Trump, Committee, Branding, Trump, Nixon, Charlie Savage, Elijah Cummings, House Committee, Cummings, Watkins, Mehta, Marty Lederman


On Democracy and Dysfunction

For the symposium on Sanford Levinson and Jack M. Balkin, Democracy and Dysfunction (University of Chicago Press, 2019). I should say first that I am deeply grateful to Sandy and Jack for finding my work on war powers and the constitutional role of trust in government relevant and discussing it in such detail.   One point of connection between the fascinating joint discussion they have in Democracy and Dysfunction and my own work is that I was trying to imagine how people on both sides ...
Tags: Iraq, America, United States, Republican, Jack, Branding, Trump, Sandy, E J Dionne, David Mayhew, Balkin, Sanford Levinson, Stephen Griffin, David Pozen, Clinton Bush Obama


The United States Constitution is Not Dysfunctional

For the symposium on Sanford Levinson and Jack M. Balkin, Democracy and Dysfunction (University of Chicago Press, 2019).Steven G. Calabresi May 12, 2019 Providence, Rhode Island Dear Jack and Sandy: Thank you enormously for inviting me to comment on your new book.  While I believe the U.S. constitutional system is badly in need of some reforms, I think the U.S. Constitution, as amended, is the best such document in any of the G-20 constitutional democracies today, and I think you bo...
Tags: South Korea, Hong Kong, Europe, Japan, Tibet, Supreme Court, Putin, Obama, Congress, Indonesia, Australia, Montana, North Korea, Mexico, France, Scotland


Does Making More Money Make You Rich?

When it comes to measuring financial progress, many of us figure that if we could just have more money, then we’d be rich. But does making more money make you rich? What is Rich? One of the biggest debates in personal finance has always been what actually makes someone rich. To a certain extent, we can probably agree that where you live makes a big difference in whether or not you feel rich. After all, the cost of living someplace like San Francisco is much higher than living in Idaho. Take t...
Tags: Marketing, San Francisco, Wealth, United States, Idaho, Income, Ira, Rich, American Institute, Money Beliefs, National CPA Financial Literacy Commission


Discovery buys Golf Digest from Condé Nast

Discovery is buying Golf Digest, one of the titles that Condé Nast put up for sale last summer along with W and Brides. The latter two have yet to find buyers. The purchase is a logical strategic investment for Discovery, as the company notes in a release, saying that, The acquisition creates a powerful programming engine by adding Golf Digest to GOLFTV’s offerings that already include exclusive carriage of the PGA TOUR, the European Tour and the Ladies European Tour, as well as the Mast...
Tags: New York Post, Advertising, Discovery, United States, Conde Nast, The New York Times, Golf Digest, EIC, Conde, Francesco Molinari, Keith Kelly, Alex Kaplan, GolfTV, Jerry Tarde, Eric Gillen, Condé Nast 's Lifestyle Division


5 Most Lucrative Work from Home Jobs

In a 2017 report , it was revealed that 5.2% of Americans now work from home. The United States census confirms that eight million people now work this way in comparison to the 5% who worked from home in 2016 and the 3.3% who worked from home in 2000. Internet connectivity, technology and a growing call for better work hours and setups are helping this number to rise. As more employees work from home as a way to make themselves more productive and spend more time with their families, analy...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Business, Marketing, US, United States, Customer, MacBook Air, Newvoicemedia, Slack Skype, Customer Support Data


Essential Instagram hacks for boosting social media marketing

Social media marketing is the next big thing in the marketing industry. Instagram is one of the social media platforms we can use to serve this purpose. Instagram is a mobile social network that allows users to edit and share photos as well as videos. According to the 2018 statistics, the number of Instagram users had reached 1 billion monthly active users up from 800 million in September 2017. The app continues to gain popularity worldwide day in day out.in the United States in 2015 there we...
Tags: Facebook, Post, Instagram, Sales, Social Media, Google Analytics, United States, Cross, Facebook Once, Essential Instagram


Telemundo Says Marketers Should Focus Half Their Spanish Language TV Spend On Its Programming

Hispanics yield $1.7 trillion of buying power, and represent nearly one of every five people living in the United States. They are young, bilingual, digitally fluent, and according to Telemundo's studies, they stream 10% more programs than the rest of the U.S. In other words, advertisers should be devoting a significant amount of their spend...
Tags: Advertising, United States, Telemundo, TV Upfronts


Facebook co-founder, Chris Hughes, calls for Facebook to be broken up

The latest call to break up Facebook looks to be the most uncomfortably close to home yet for supreme leader, Mark Zuckerberg. “Mark’s power is unprecedented and un-American,” writes Chris Hughes, in an explosive op-ed published in the New York Times. “It is time to break up Facebook.” It’s a long read but worth indulging for a well articulated argument against the market-denting power of monopolies, shot through with a smattering of personal anecdotes about Hughes’ experience of Zuckerber...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, New York, Privacy, Advertising Tech, Internet, Congress, US, Social Media, Tech, Whatsapp, Harvard, United States, Antitrust


How to Promote Your B2B Podcast

Over 1/4th of the entire population of the United States listens to podcasts at least monthly. That's over 81 million people. What's more, the most avid listeners log six and a half hours a week of listening time. Eighty percent finish every episode in its entirety. There's enormous potential here for engaging an audience. Think about how long someone might stick with a 1,000 word blog post (like this one). Five minutes? Ten? But they might listen to a 25-30 minute podcast on the s...
Tags: Apple, Google, Podcasts, Seo, B2b Marketing, Content Marketing, Cta, United States, Dell, 3m, Online Marketing, Toprank Marketing, Mark Schaefer, Douglas Karr, Dell Luminaries



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