• How We Handle Death in Social Media

    How We Handle Death in Social Media

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    Dan Gingiss on October 1, 2014
    When it comes to death, we pause in social media. What’s appropriate? What’s culturally acceptable? And, if we’re being honest, what would our followers like to see?
  • Taking Aim at Facebook: Start-Up Ello Takes on Goliath

    Taking Aim at Facebook: Start-Up Ello Takes on Goliath

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    Matt Perl on October 1, 2014
    Ello, the social media upstart, is making waves. Learn how and why their approach is different from Facebook's, and the impact it will have on advertisers and marketers.
  • Apple Watch, Wearable Tech, and the Social Media Future

    Apple Watch, Wearable Tech, and the Social Media Future

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    Brad Friedman on October 1, 2014
    The newest wearable tech from Apple arrives in stores in early 2015, giving you plenty of time to check out the specs, see what all the hype is about, recover from any potential “the future is now” moments you encounter along the way, and ponder how things could change in the next few months for wearable tech, social media, and life as we know it.
  • The Top 10 Best PPC Hacks - Ever!

    The Top 10 Best PPC Hacks - Ever!

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    Larry Kim on October 1, 2014
    AdWords advertisers struggle constantly to keep pace in an ever-changing industry, where Google likes to switch things up with hundreds of changes to the platform each year. You can keep tweaking copy and testing button placement forever, but those minor changes won't have near the impact as my all-time top 10 PPC advertising hacks.
  • Anticipating the Future of Search: Towards Socially Designed Digital Properties

    Anticipating the Future of Search: Towards Socially Designed Digital Properties

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    Laurent Francois on October 1, 2014
    The relaunch of Atlas by Facebook opens a new era of search marketing. Cookies are starting to become obsolete, it’s now time to get deeper and more intimate connections to the real actions of consumers.
  • Social Startups: Vusay Turns One-Way Online Videos into a Two-Way Social Conversation

    Social Startups: Vusay Turns One-Way Online Videos into a Two-Way Social Conversation

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    Shay Moser on October 1, 2014
    Do you ever wish you could comment on videos? The only way to read or write public comments has been to scroll down and post them below the video. That is, until now. Vusay (pronounced view-say) is the first social platform that allows viewers to add their thoughts and comments at specific video moments, immediately.