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Whether you are new to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or an avid user already, there is advice to effectively leverage social media for everyday success.
It’s buying Time Warner to cope with a changing media world | “The future of mobile is video, and the future of video is mobile”
Eight (completely plausible) alternate histories on the 25th anniversary of the web.
Make these apps work for you, in areas like travel, money, communications and more.
Knowing how the mind processes information and images can help you send the right message.
Most people haven’t heard of a scrappy little ski company called Renoun, but we gave it a lot of space in this issue -- a story about founder Cyrus Schenck. I bet you’re wondering: How did Schenck pull that off?I’m going to tell you.Why? I owe it to
Now, websites are as easy as drag-and-drop.
The FCC’s new privacy rules are shortsighted and likely to do more harm than good
Connor Franta has made millions as a YouTube star, but he knows that kind of celebrity won't last.
Reports of Facebook's demise among teens have been greatly exaggerated. Here, some marketing lessons from the kids and the unique ways they use their favorite undead platform.
ALEX FITZPATRICK MORE THAN 170 ARTISTS, INCLUDING Taylor Swift and Paul McCartney, are joining record labels, music publishers and others to urge Congress to reform the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), which in part protects Internet compani
Yes, if you have a strong idea, a quality host, and a high level of commitment, says Jay Baer, best-selling author, marketing consultant, and cohost of the popular Social Pros Podcast.
For families whose children use more than their fair share
Anyplace with Wi-Fi, for starters.
Mobile video is growing fast, but users mostly watch short clips | “You buy this enormous company and only ... utilize a small slice of it”
Any company can create word-of-mouth ad -- all it takes is a clever idea and skillful execution.
Turn your social media feeds into funding.
Once a bastion of democratizing free speech, the Internet in 2016 is more of a toxic wasteland.
Hesitant to spend $300 for a pair of headphones? We've got an alternative.
The venture capital money came pouring in for Burner, a mobile app that doles out disposable phone numbers for calling and texting.
Who wants to chat with a chatbot? More people than you'd think, says Brian Heikes, VP of product at 3Cinteractive, a Boca Raton, Fla.-based mobile marketing company.Techies have long been talking about chatbots. And once Facebook announced this sprin
Trolls are turning the web into a cesspool of aggression and violence. What watching them is doing to the rest of us may be even more harmful
Road warriors can expect five big changes ahead in air travel.
Writing well is part habit, part knowledge and part giving a damn.
If these warnings seem familiar, you're likely not as loved online as you could be.
Video marketing that really resonates
Giphy is taking on the biggest, weirdest branding challenge online today: How to become the go-to company for a new kind of internet culture.
The best in the biz give their tips on how to be a best-in-class content marketer.
The app will experiment with letting brands tag their products | Retailers want to “be able to have people purchase on Instagram”
All Kinds of People When I was a kid, growing up in a small town in Texas, People gave me access to the rest of the world. It showed that dreams are possible and opened my eyes to the amazing variety of life beyond my borders. That’s because for 42
MICHAL LEV-RAM WHAT DO The Conjuring 2, Don’t Breathe, and The Purge: Election Year have in common? Yes, all three are aptly named, gore-packed horror flicks. More surprisingly, all three made a killing at the summer box office. In an otherwise hum
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