Posts Tagged 'social media'

This is Mike. Mike works in the security industry and is concerned about his privacy. Mike wonders why people sign up for Facebook apps so quickly. Mike doesn’t sign up for Facebook apps without a quick read of the terms of agreement. Mike is smart. Be like Mike. A few months ago, people on Facebook […]

As anyone with a newsfeed will tell you, fake social media accounts have been on the rise in recent years. A recent study revealed nearly 8% of Instagram accounts are spambots. A problem for marketers, sure, but it’s even worse for you. Creating a robot network, or botnet, used to involve hacking into thousands of […]

Americans spend an average of 4.7 hours each day on their smartphones. Seventy-five percent of smartphone users access mobile Internet services through their device(s). These stats speak for themselves, and it’s clear: brands must put mobile first if they want to reach stakeholders online. But what exactly does mobile-first thinking entail when it comes to […]

The information age, the digital age, one thing’s for sure – the general marketing landscape has expanded and evolved beyond our wildest imaginations. But with the amount of innovative trends and methods entering the market, how do you narrow down the field and pinpoint the ones that are right for your brand? In the B2B […]

As a guiding frame for laws, and as a concept, the First Amendment is a uniquely American one. The freedom of speech and the press, the right to assembly and the free exercise of religion have all played significant parts in how the United States has formed and matured. It has also formed the basis […]