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What is the meaning of LinkedIn?

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Thanks to John Biggs for inspiring this piece; I cosign most of what he says here. I have long been mystified by LinkedIn, because of its spectacular uselessness (for me) as a professional social network. But I also assumed it was useful for someone. Now, though, I’m beginning to wonder if the emperor is naked after all, and LinkedIn is purely a fantasy social network for people cosplaying that game called success.

7 ways ‘The Simpsons’ predicted the chaos of Donald Trump’s presidency

MASHABLE.COM — The Simpsons has given us some of the best satire of the century — and it turns out it also predicted the Trump administration and the unprecedentedly weird timeline it would bring. As the show enters its 30th season, it has managed to foreshadow plenty of random things that were to come. And, when it comes to politics, it somehow managed to churn out episodes that, in hindsight, forewarned us of the chaos that was to come under a Trump administration.

SEO Maturity: Evaluating Client Capabilities

MOZ.COM — Clients aren’t always knowledgeable about SEO. That lack of understanding can result in roadblocks and delay the work you’re trying to accomplish, but knowing your client’s level of SEO maturity can help. In today’s Whiteboard Friday, we welcome the brilliant Heather Physioc to expound upon the…

Mobile social network Path, once a challenger to Facebook, is closing down

TECHCRUNCH.COM — It’s that time again, folks, time to say goodbye to a social media service from days past. Following the shuttering of Klout earlier this year, now Path, the one-time rival to Facebook, is closing its doors, according to an announcement made today. The eight-year-old service will close down in one month — October 18 — but it will be removed from the App Store and Play on October Any remaining users have until October 18 to download a copy of their data, which can be done here.

Follow the Local SEO Leaders: A Guide to Our Industry’s Best Publications

MOZ.COM — Change is the only constant in local SEO. As your local brand or local search marketing agency grows, you’ll be onboarding new hires. Whether they’re novices or adepts, they’ll need to keep up with continuous industry developments in order to make agile contributions to team strategy….

Social Media Data Cookbook – For Marketers

HOOTSUITE.COM — Social media data is valuable—everyone knows that. But while social data has been hyped by the media, marketers know that moving from collecting data to actually putting it to work is very difficult. In our free Social Media Data Cookbook, we took a different approach. Instead of focusing on…

Amazon launches Storefronts to give 20K small businesses a bigger spotlight

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Amazon has had a complicated relationship with small businesses over the years: on one hand, it’s long been a channel for them to sell goods online to a wider audience; but on the other, some have lamented giving over too much customer “ownership” to it in the name of sales, and not being able to stand out and present their brand and products in anything other than Amazon’s format.

Marc and Lynne Benioff will buy Times magazine from Meredith for $190M

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Another tech billionaire will scoop up a major news outlet. which acquired in January, announced today that it has agreed to sell its eponymous magazine to Salesforce.com co-founder Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne Benioff for $190 million. Meredith said in March that it planned to sell Time, Sports Illustrated, Fortune and Money as part of its goal to save $400 million to $500 million over the next two years and increase the profitability of its remaining portfolio of publications.

Stop Listening to Social Media Gurus and Build Your Own Digital and Social Marketing Plan

SOCIALMEDIATODAY.COM — How much time have you spent the past 12 months watching videos, reading blog posts, listening to podcasts and participating at live, in-person industry events with the goal of learning the path to success in the online world? There’s no doubt you could spend your every waking hour listening to and watching others to learn what they suggest you should do to be super successful, rich and famous (or so they say), and there’s undoubtedly value in learning from others who’ve already been down the path you are wanting to succeed at.

A new CSS-based web attack will crash and restart your iPhone

TECHCRUNCH.COM — A security researcher has found a new way to crash and restart any iPhone — with just a few lines of code. Sabri Haddouche tweeted a proof-of-concept webpage with just 15 lines of code which, if visited, will crash and restart an iPhone or iPad. Those on macOS may also see Safari freeze when opening the link.

Sports Twitter is a fun and weird haven from an often bleak news cycle

MASHABLE.COM — This is An Ode to…, a weekly column where we share the stuff we’re really into in hopes that you’ll be really into it, too. Sports Twitter is no different. There are hot takes, unfounded insults, and trash talk between fans that gets surprisingly personal incredibly quickly. Oh, and some of the strangest Twitter drama around. .

North Korea skirts US sanctions by secretly selling software around the globe

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Fake social media profiles are useful for more than just sowing political discord among foreign adversaries, as it turns out. A group linked to the North Korean government has been able to duck existing sanctions on the country by concealing its true identity and developing software for clients abroad.

Everyday home gear made smart

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Editor’s note: This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter’s independently chosen editorial picks, Wirecutter and TechCrunch may earn affiliate commissions. If you only have one smart home device, it’s likely something simple and fun like a voice-controlled speaker or color-changing LED light bulb.

Apple moves to thwart Facebook tracking

MASHABLE.COM — We’ve seen the beef between the two Silicon Valley giants play out over the course of the past year, with Apple CEO Tim Cook making derisive comments about Facebook’s profiling of users, only to have Mark Zuckerberg attempt a comeback. But the war of words has escalated to action. Starting Tuesday, reports the Associated Press, Apple’s Safari browser will update to automatically block certain types of cookies that Facebook relies on to track users as they move across the web.

Anna Kendrick made Barack Obama double over with laughter in 2012. Now we know why.

MASHABLE.COM — You want to know what real power looks like? Walking up to the President of the United States and calling him an asshole. During the era of Donald Trump, sure, saying something like that could go very badly. But back in 2012, when politics was less of a bloodsport and President Barack Obama still lived in the White House, Anna Kendrick didn’t just get away with it — she got the president laughing hysterically.

Little Baby Bum has billions of views on YouTube

MASHABLE.COM — Did you know that a near hour-long collection of children’s nursery rhymes set to 3D animation is the 20th most popular YouTube video ever? And the husband-and-wife duo behind the popular channel just sold Little Baby Bum, likely for millions of dollars. The exact sale price is confidential, but a social media marketing firm told Bloomberg that the London couple likely made between £6 million to £8.5 million ($7.8 million to $11.1 million).

The second blockchain bubble is now complete

TECHCRUNCH.COM — The last few months haven’t been easy for crypto investors. Following the dizzying highs of crypto trading late last year, which saw reach a peak of $19,276 and a market cap of $323 billion and Ether reach $1,152 with a market cap of more than $112 billion, prices have crashed. Today, Bitcoin trades at around $6,500, and Ether at $204.

Setting Goals, Objectives and KPIs

HOOTSUITE.COM — Video Transcript The best social strategy is one that methodically outlines how social media will support your organization’s broader initiatives. To do this, you’ll need to create a set of social media goals and objectives that clearly contribute to organizational success. Begin by…

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LendingTree is the secret success story of fintech

TECHCRUNCH.COM — excitement centered around fintech over the past half-decade, most venture-backed fintech companies struggle to acclimate to public markets. LendingClub and OnDeck have plummeted since their late 2014 IPOs after several years of darling status in the private markets. GreenSky, which went public in May of this year, has been unable to return to its IPO price.

Hate speech, collusion, and the constitution

TECHCRUNCH.COM — into their two-hour testimony on Wednesday before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey were asked about collaboration between social media companies. “Our collaboration has greatly increased,” Sandberg stated before turning to Dorsey and adding that has “always shared information with other companies.” Dorsey nodded in response, and noted for his part that he’s very open to establishing “a regular cadence with our industry peers.” Social media companies have established extensive policies on what constitutes “hate speech” on their platforms.

Instagram is building a standalone app for shopping

THEVERGE.COM — Instagram is working on a new standalone app dedicated to shopping, The Verge has learned. The app — which may be called IG Shopping — will let users browse collections of goods from merchants that they follow and purchase them directly within the app, according to two people familiar with the…

Hoodline raises $10M for its hyper-local, automated data newswire

TECHCRUNCH.COM — While many lament the death of local news, a small army of tech startups have been developing a new set of tools to figure out how to save it. In one of the latest developments, Hoodline — which has built a platform to ingest and analyse hundreds of terabytes of data to find and then write local news stories — has raised $10 million in a Series A round to help take its effort nationwide.

The Latest Remote Work Jobs: 600+ Companies Hiring Remotely

OPEN.BUFFER.COM — Having a remote job has been a life-changing experience for me. I worked in traditional offices for a few years before I decided to start working remotely. Working from anywhere frees you from commuting; it also requires you to be organized and productive, everyday. There are so many benefits of…

Alibaba announces CEO Daniel Zhang will succeed Jack Ma as chairman next year

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Following weeks of speculation about imminent retirement, announced today that its CEO, Daniel Zhang, will succeed Ma as chairman next year. After stepping down as chairman on September 10, 2019 (exactly a year from now), Ma will continue serving as a board member until its annual general shareholders’ meeting in 2020.

SEO “Dinosaur” Tactics That You Should Retire – Whiteboard Friday

MOZ.COM — It’s tough to admit it, but many of us still practice outdated SEO tactics in the belief that they still have a great deal of positive influence. In this week’s Whiteboard Friday, Rand gently sets us straight and offers up a series of replacement activities that will go much farther toward moving…

DARPA announces $2B investment in AI

TECHCRUNCH.COM — At a symposium in Washington DC on Friday, DARPA announced plans to invest $2 billion in artificial intelligence research over the next five years. In a program called “AI Next,” the agency now has over 20 programs currently in the works and will focus on “enhancing the security and resiliency of machine learning and AI technologies, reducing power, data, performance inefficiencies and [exploring] ‘explainability'” of these systems.

AdEspresso and Hootsuite: Social Ads Toolkit

HOOTSUITE.COM — Making every dollar count in a social media advertising strategy can be challenging. How much should you spend? How do you target the right audience? And how do you know you’re getting the best possible return on your ad spend? To help you incorporate social media advertising into your strategy…

50 Books That Transformed My Business and My Life

OPEN.BUFFER.COM — As a teenager I had a period of many years where I stopped reading books completely. I even remember a time where I couldn’t imagine reading books at all. After I graduated and started to be interested in business and startups, I realized the immense power and knowledge contained within books,…

Harley-Davidson is opening a Silicon Valley R&D center to power EV production

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Harley-Davidson, the American symbol for internal combustion, chrome and steel, is going all in on two-wheeled EVs. The Milwaukee-based motorcycle manufacturer is going electric and coming to Silicon Valley. Harley announced it will open an R&D space in the Bay Area by the end of 2018 to support its commitment to build electric vehicles.

Jack Ma says he isn’t about to retire from Alibaba but is planning a gradual succession

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Reports of impending retirement are greatly exaggerated, it seems. Ma, the co-founder and executive chairman of has pushed back on claims that he is on the cusp of leaving the $420 billion Chinese e-commerce firm. The New York Times first reported that the entrepreneur plans to announce that he will leave the firm to pursue philanthropy in education, a topic he is passionate about — Ma is a former teacher.

Trump wants to just tariff the hell out of China

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Another day, another whopper of a tariff. The Trump administration has been busy finalizing the rulemaking process to put 25% tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods, which will almost certainly affect the prices of many critical technology components and have on-going repercussions for Silicon Valley supply chains.

Nike’s online sales jumped 31% after company unveiled Kaepernick campaign

MARKETWATCH.COM — Talk of Nike Inc. sales taking a hit from the company’s decision to put ex-NFL player Colin Kaepernick at the center of its latest “Just Do It” campaign is looking overblown, based on data from a Silicon Valley digital commerce research company. After an initial dip immediately after the news…

I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration

NYTIMES.COM — The erratic behavior would be more concerning if it weren’t for unsung heroes in and around the White House. Some of his aides have been cast as villains by the media. But in private, they have gone to great lengths to keep bad decisions contained to the West Wing, though they are clearly not…

How to Create Facebook In-Stream Video Ads

SOCIALMEDIAEXAMINER.COM — Wondering how to place ads in other people’s video content on Facebook? Have you heard about Facebook in-stream video ads? In this article, you’ll learn how to create and serve Facebook in-stream video ads that show during another brand’s video content via the Facebook news feed. How to Create…

Social Media ROI Pitch Package

HOOTSUITE.COM — Our Social Media ROI Pitch Package gives you the resources you need to build a solid business case for why your company should invest more in social. Whether you’re looking for tips on how to track your paid social ROI or need tips on how to pitch your executive for more budget, you’ll find it in…

Behind the turnaround that netted Vinted €50 million

TECHCRUNCH.COM — It was May 2016 when Thomas Plantenga got the call. He was living in New York and working on projects with Fabrice Grinda — the co-founder of classified juggernaut OLX, and the founder of FJ Labs. Plantenga had worked with Grinda on expanding OLX and was ready for the next challenge — which came in the form of the used clothing marketplace, Vinted.

Brett Kavanaugh snubs Parkland victim’s father at Senate confirmation hearing

MASHABLE.COM — Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee got off to quite a raucous start on Tuesday. There were protests and clashes between Democratic and Republican senators, but it was an odd snub made by Kavanaugh that’s getting the most attention. . As Kavanaugh left his table upon the beginning of a lunch break, a man can be seen approaching Kavanaugh and extending his hand for a handshake.

The World’s Most Innovative Leaders

FORBES.COM — Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Jeff Bezos, the most innovative leader on earth. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP) What sets apart the superstars of innovation? Not just creativity and genius ideas. Nikola Tesla may…

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We Spent $3.3M Buying Out Investors: Why and How We Did It

OPEN.BUFFER.COM — Last month, Buffer spent $3.3 million – about half of all the cash we had in the bank – to buy out our main venture capital (VC) investors. Starting the conversations, negotiations, and process of this buy out was one of the most important decisions I’ve made in the Buffer journey so far, and it…

‘Doom’ player uncovers a secret that’s been hidden for 24 years

MASHABLE.COM — Video games are often filled with secrets. They just don’t usually stay hidden for this long. Doom series co-creator John Romero took to Twitter on Friday with an exuberant congratulations for Zero Master, the YouTuber who discovered a secret unlock that’s confounded Doom II fans for more than two decades.

‘Five Eyes’ governments call on tech giants to build encryption backdoors — or else

TECHCRUNCH.COM — A pact of five nation states dedicated to a global “collect it all” surveillance mission has issued a memo calling on their governments to demand tech companies build backdoor access to their users’ encrypted data — or face measures to force companies to comply. The international pact — the US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, known as the so-called “Five Eyes” group of nations — quietly issued the memo last week demanding that providers “create customized solutions, tailored to their individual system architectures that are capable of meeting lawful access requirements.” This kind of backdoor access would allow each government access to encrypted call and message data on their citizens.

The Genius Myth That Stops Us Being Happy and Successful

JEFFBULLAS.COM — There is a myth that has been centuries in the making. It is a lie that has stopped many from starting their dream. Prevented people from displaying their genius. Stopped people succeeding. The myth? That being an artist, a creator or successful is only for a special few. That lie is that innovation and creativity starts with a genius moment. That being creative is waiting for inspiration to show up.

Silicon Valley is changing, and its lead over other tech hubs narrowing

ECONOMIST.COM — THE garage in which Hewlett-Packard was started in 1939 is now a private museum—a modest monument to the cut-price creativity and bare-knuckle entrepreneurship that made Silicon Valley famous. Drive south from Palo Alto through 20 minutes of inevitable traffic to Sunnyvale and you will find a…

Thailand is becoming a critical country for blockchain

TECHCRUNCH.COM — While United States regulators are still trying to figure out how to think about cryptocurrencies, Thailand’s government is already mapping out its own central bank digital currency. This is just one of numerous examples how Thailand has emerged as one the most interesting cryptocurrency and blockchain countries in Southeast Asia in 2018.

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How the Facebook Algorithm Works in 2018 (And How to Work With it)

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social Since Mark Zuckerberg’s 2018 announcement that the Facebook algorithm will prioritize “meaningful interactions” from friends and family over content from brands, it has become trickier than ever to ensure your organic content gets the screen time it deserves. But,…

TikTok adds video reactions to its newly-merged app

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Just about a month after the merger of the short-form video apps Musical.ly and TikTok, the app is introducing a new social feature, allowing users to post their reactions to the videos that they watch. Instead of text comments, these reactions will take the form of videos that are essentially superimposed on top of existing clips. The idea of a reaction video should be familiar to anyone who’s spent some time on YouTube, but is incorporating the concept in way that looks like a pretty seamless.

Twitter tests suggestions on people to unfollow for when your timeline is too much

MASHABLE.COM — You’re likely familiar with Twitter’s suggestions on who to follow. Now, the company is asking some users if they want to unfollow people. . As first pointed out by Slate, the social media platform is testing unfollow suggestions. “We know that people want a relevant Twitter timeline. One way to do this is by unfollowing people they don’t engage with regularly.

When battery life saves human life

TECHCRUNCH.COM — human life with battery life, but for many migrants escaping war or famine, a single percentage point of battery can mean getting the right information at the right time – or not surviving at all. Smartphones today have become an integral part of a forced migrant’s journey. From navigating mountains in Central Asia using Google Maps to staying connected with family back home via WhatsApp, smartphones have transformed the migrant experience – though not always for the better.

Retweeting Your Own Tweets Can Boost Your Reach and Engagement

BLOG.BUFFERAPP.COM — After Twitter changed its rules on sharing identical tweets, we set out to experiment with new ways to boost the reach of our best tweets. This strategy helped us to generate 122 percent more impressions, 87 percent more engagements, and 90 percent more link clicks for our top tweets. It’s…

Twitter hints at new threaded conversations and who’s online features

TECHCRUNCH.COM — head sent out a tweet this afternoon hinting the social platform might get a couple of interesting updates to tell us who else is currently online and to help us more easily follow Twitter conversation threads. “Playing with some new Twitter features: presence (who else is on Twitter right now?) and threading (easier to read convos),” Dorsey tweeted, along with samples.

It’s time for Facebook and Twitter to coordinate efforts on hate speech

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Since the election of Donald Trump in 2016, there has been burgeoning awareness of the hate speech on social media platforms like and Twitter. While activists have pressured these companies to improve their content moderation, few groups (outside of the German government) have outright sued the platforms for their actions.

The best scammers of 2018, ranked

MASHABLE.COM — Summer 2018’s brightest star has been the scammer. Grifters of all sorts have been in the headlines this year, from thieves to embezzlers to animals impersonating other animals. What’s bringing on all this Big Scam Energy? We’re not sure, but it’s made for some fun headlines. Here, our favorite summer grifters, ranked by how much we enjoyed reading about their exploits.

Amazon is quietly doubling down on cryptographic security

TECHCRUNCH.COM — The growth of cloud services — with on-demand access to IT services over the Internet — has become one of the biggest evolutions in enterprise technology, but with it, so has the threat of security breaches and other cybercriminal activity. Now it appears that one of the leading companies in cloud services is looking for more ways to double down and fight the latter.

This is Google’s Titan security key

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Google isn’t one to shy away from bold claims. “We have had no reported or confirmed account takeovers since implementing security keys at Google,” a spokesperson told TechCrunch. And it’s probably true. Think of a security key as like a two-factor authentication code that’s sent to your phone — but instead a USB stick in your pocket.

Facebook Watch is launching worldwide

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Watch, the social network’s home to original video content and answer to YouTube, is now becoming available worldwide. The Watch tab had first launched last August, only in the U.S., and now touts over 50 million monthly viewers who watch at least a minute of video within Watch. Since the beginning of the year, total time spent viewing videos in Watch is up by 14x, says Facebook.

Five (more) reasons why Disrupt SF is where you should be on Sept. 5-7

TECHCRUNCH.COM — why anyone in the startup scene — from new entrants to seasoned founders and investors — would be glad they attended Disrupt SF next Wednesday through Friday at San Francisco’s Moscone West. exhibit area. The most-talked-about topics:. Disrupt SF is showcasing the latest advancements and innovations in all of the hottest categories: AI, AR/VR, blockchain, biotech and healthcare, fintech, gaming and investor topics, justice and diversity, mobility, privacy and security, retail, robotics/hardware and IoT and space.

Facebook has removed all cross-posted tweets

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Facebook users are complaining the company has removed the cross-posted Tweets they had published to their profiles as Facebook updates. The posts’ removal took place following the recent API change that prevented Twitter users from continuing to automatically publish their Tweets to Facebook. According to the affected parties, both the Facebook posts themselves, as well as the conversation around those posts that had taken place directly on Facebook, are now gone.

Google Analytics: a Guide To Setup, Track, and Measure Results

ADESPRESSO.COM — Tracking your data is the name of the marketing game. Running social media campaigns or driving organic traffic to your blog is all sunshine and daisies. But if you aren’t tracking that data or using it to your advantage, what’s the point? Tracking can be vastly complex and often overkill for…

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Twitter suspends more accounts for “engaging in coordinated manipulation”

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Following last week’s suspension of 284 accounts for “engaging in coordinated manipulation,” Twitter announced today that it’s kicked an additional 486 accounts off the platform for the same reason, bringing the total to 770 accounts. While many of the accounts removed last week appeared to originate from Iran, said this time that about 100 of the latest batch to be suspended claimed to be in the United States.

What I learned from Flipkart

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Two weeks ago, href=”https://techcrunch.com/2018/05/09/walmart-confirms-16b-flipkart-investment-giving-it-77-in-indias-e-commerce-leader/“>concluded its investments to acquire a majority stake in Flipkart. This is one of the largest transactions in e-commerce and in the internet space globally, with Walmart deploying US$16 billion to obtain an approximate 77% shareholding at closing.

The Untold Story of NotPetya, the Most Devastating Cyberattack in History

WIRED.COM — It was a perfect sunny summer afternoon in Copenhagen when the world’s largest shipping conglomerate began to lose its mind.The headquarters of A.P. Møller-Maersk sits beside the breezy, cobblestoned esplanade of Copenhagen’s harbor. A ship’s mast carrying the Danish flag is planted by the…

Toyota invests $500 million into Uber

TECHCRUNCH.COM — is investing $500 million into Uber. Under the agreement, Toyota vehicles will be equipped with self-driving technology, an unnamed source familiar with the deal told TechCrunch. The investment was first reported by the WSJ. TechCrunch confirmed the Toyota-Uber agreement with a source familiar with the deal.

VMware acquires CloudHealth Technologies for multi-cloud management

TECHCRUNCH.COM — VMware is hosting its VMworld customer conference in Las Vegas this week, and to get things going it announced that its acquiring Boston-based CloudHealth Technologies. They did not disclose the terms of the deal. CloudHealth provides with a crucial multi-cloud management platform that works across AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform, giving customers a way to manage cloud cost, usage, security and performance from a single interface.

For IGTV, Instagram needs slow to mean steady

TECHCRUNCH.COM — truly failed at anything, but judging by modest initial view counts, IGTV could get stuck with a reputation as an abandoned theater if the company isn’t careful. It’s no flop, but the long-form video hub certainly isn’t an instant hit like Stories. Two months after that launched in 2016, Instagram was happy to trumpet how its Snapchat clone had hit 100 million users.

John McCain, War Hero, Senator, Presidential Contender, Dies at 81

NYTIMES.COM — “He cultivated the image,” Robert Timberg wrote in a biography, “John McCain: An American Odyssey” (1995). “The Episcopal yearbook pictures him in a trench coat, collar up, cigarette dangling Bogey-style from his lips. That pose, if hardly the impression Episcopal sought to project, at least had…

A neuroscience researcher reveals 4 rituals that will make you happier

BUSINESSINSIDER.COM — You get all kinds of happiness advice on the internet from people who don’t know what they’re talking about. Don’t trust them. Actually, don’t trust me either. Trust neuroscientists. They study that gray blob in your head all day and have learned a lot about what truly will make you happy. UCLA neuroscience researcher Alex Korb has some insights that can create an upward spiral of happiness in your life.

How to Edit Instagram Photos Like a Pro: A Step-by-Step Guide

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social If you scroll through your Instagram feed, you’ll probably notice that all your favorite accounts have something in common: captivating images that catch your attention. So it’s no surprise that quality photos are the most important piece of any Instagram…

Trump rejected plans for a White House statement praising McCain

WASHINGTONPOST.COM — President Trump nixed issuing a statement that praised the heroism and life of Sen. John McCain, telling senior aides he preferred to issue a tweet before posting one Saturday night that did not include any kind words for the late Arizona Republican. Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Chief of Staff John Kelly and other White House aides advocated for an official statement that gave the decorated Vietnam War POW plaudits for his military and Senate service and called him a “hero,” according to current and former White House aides, who requested anonymity to discuss sensitive internal deliberations.The original statement was drafted before McCain died Saturday, and Sanders and others edited a final version this weekend that was ready for the president, the aides said. .

Your guide to proper Venmo etiquette in the year 2018

MASHABLE.COM — Sure, sometimes I catch myself attempting to decipher the meaning behind the emojis sent from one acquaintance to another, but in the year 2018 it’s time we really nail down what it means to be a good Venmo user. Here’s what you need to do to make your experience as innocuous as possible. Like lots of social apps, Venmo’s so woven into the fabric of our day-to-day lives that it’s sometimes treated like a fun online gathering space rather than what it actually is: just another functional tool on our phones.

‘Fortnite’ developer had sharp words for Google after a scary Android exploit was discovered

MASHABLE.COM — Google essentially got slapped in the face when Epic Games, the developer of the super popular Fortnite, decided not to make the game available through the Play Store, but via its own app. Google warned Epic that doing so could potentially put Android users at greater security risk, but the game developer brushed it off, insisting on going it alone for several reasons — including not having to give Google a cut in-app revenue and “embracing open platforms.” Well, now the worst has happened.

Fortnite’s Android installer shipped with an Epic security flaw

TECHCRUNCH.COM — has clapped back in tremendous fashion at Epic Games, which earlier this month decided to make the phenomenally popular Fortnite available for Android via its own website instead of Google’s Play Store. Unfortunately, the installer had a phenomenally dangerous security flaw in it that would allow a malicious actor to essentially install any software they wanted.

The top 10 startups from Y Combinator’s Demo Day S18 Day 2

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Fifty-nine startups took the stage at Y Combinator’s Demo Day and among the highlights were a company that helps developers manage in-app subscriptions; a service that lets you create animojis from real photos; and a surplus medical equipment-reselling platform. Oh… and there was also a company that’s developed an entirely new kind of life form using e coli bacteria.

If you really must work on vacation, here’s how to do it

FASTCOMPANY.COM — De Graaf agrees with limiting your time to specific limits per day or week, but also suggests a looser approach. If everyone in your group is taking an afternoon nap, use that time. If you are a night owl and stay up later than others, catch up on email messages then. Find the windows of time that will be least disruptive to your family or friends, he says.

Why the next CryptoKitties mania won’t be about collectables

TECHCRUNCH.COM — In recent months, the CryptoKitties fad that had users buying and selling tens of thousands of dollars of blockchain-based collectable cats has settled down considerably. That is not to say that CryptoKitties hasn’t spawned numerous copycats (see CryptoPuppies, CryptoCountries and many more). Unfortunately, the immense popularity of CryptoKitties is unlikely to be repeated, at least not by clones hoping to cash in on the novelty of blockchain-based crypto collectables.

Study ties Facebook engagement to attacks on refugees

TECHCRUNCH.COM — and demographics attendant on attacks against refugees and immigrants in Germany has shown that Facebook use appears to be deeply linked with the frequency of violent acts. Far from being mere trolling or isolated expressions of controversial political opinions, spikes in anti-refugee posts were predictive of violent crimes against those groups.

Facebook seems to be exploring speech recognition with ‘Aloha’ voice testing

THEVERGE.COM — Facebook may be testing speech recognition again with a new “Aloha” voice feature, spotted by frequent app investigator Jane Manchun Wong and reported by TechCrunch, in the latest development in the company’s voice interaction ambitions. The company was originally said to be planning a smart…

5 Brands Doing Great Long-Form Social Videos

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social “As short as possible” has been the constant refrain of social video creators in recent years. But what if we told you long-form video is slowly making a comeback? Longer videos are being favored by Facebook, and a study by video platform Wochit reports that, in 2017,…

Facebook is removing over 5,000 ad targeting options to prevent discriminatory ads

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Facebook announced this morning it’s making a change to how its ad targeting system works in order to tackle the misuse of its platform to discriminate and exclude audiences based on factors like ethnicity and religion. The company says it’s now removing over 5,000 ad targeting options that could have been misused to place discriminatory ads across its platform.

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Here are the 63 startups that launched today at Y Combinator’s S18 Demo Day 1

TECHCRUNCH.COM — From “cheese 2.to connecting flights for satellites, Y Combinator showed off a wide array of early stage startups fresh from its YC Summer 2018 batch. A total of 63 companies took to the stage in front of a full audience at the Computer History Museum today in Mountain View to pitch on-off switches for organisms, laundry detergent subscription services, gymless gyms, lab-grown palm oil and sugary sugar substitutes.

Facebook Ad Sizes Cheat Sheet for 2018

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — When it comes to online advertising, Facebook is king. One out of every five digital ad dollars is spent on Facebook—for good reason. The platform’s roughly 2 billion monthly users spend an average of 53 minutes a day on the site—more than Snapchat (33 minutes) and Instagram (32 minutes). If you…

The Facebook Ad Algorithm: What Marketers Need to Know

SOCIALMEDIAEXAMINER.COM — Want to lower your Facebook ad costs? Looking for tips to optimize your Facebook ad campaigns? To explore the Facebook ads algorithm, I interview Ralph Burns. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is designed to help busy marketers, business owners, and creators discover what…

3 Low-Cost Video Tools for Social Media Marketers

SOCIALMEDIAEXAMINER.COM — Need to do more marketing with video? Looking for video tools that are easy to use? In this article, you’ll discover three tools to quickly and easily create polished, eye-catching videos for social media. 3 Low-Cost Video Tools for Social Media Marketers by Alessandro Bogliari on Social Media…

The Complete Guide to LinkedIn Ads: How to Run a Successful Campaign

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social So…. you want to start advertising on LinkedIn? You’ve probably been thinking about it for a while, years even, right? Or maybe, you’re already using pay-per-click techniques on Facebook, Twitter, or Google. And now you’re ready to do the same with LinkedIn. Either…

Distributed teams are rewriting the rules of office(less) politics

TECHCRUNCH.COM — about designing our dream home, we don’t think of having a thousand roommates in the same room with no doors or walls. Yet in today’s workplace where we spend most of our day, the purveyors of corporate office design insist that tearing down walls and bringing more people closer together in the same physical space will help foster better collaboration while dissolving the friction of traditional hierarchy and office politics.

Facebook Adds New Options to Events to Add More Context to Listings

SOCIALMEDIATODAY.COM — Facebook’s added a new option in Event set-up which enables organizers to list a schedule of times for happenings within an event. Spotted by social media advisor Matt Navarra, the new option could be a great addition for those looking to highlight specific elements, and give their potential attendees a better idea of when they should get along.

Robotics-as-a-service is on the way and inVia Robotics is leading the charge

TECHCRUNCH.COM — The team at inVia Robotics didn’t start out looking to build a business that would create a new kind of model for selling robotics to the masses, but that may be exactly what they’ve done. After their graduation from the University of Southern California’s robotics program, Lior Alazary, Dan Parks, and Randolph Voorhies, were casting around for ideas that could get traction quickly.

5 Social Media Mistakes (Plus the Number One Mistake to Avoid)

SOCIALMEDIATODAY.COM — Navigating the world of social media marketing doesn’t have to be a nerve-wracking experience. Knowing what to say, and when to say it, is probably the easiest way to summarize what your core strategy should be to generate real results, in terms of visibility as well as profitability. But when talking about social media marketing, it’s just as important to invest time into understanding what not to do when using social media for business.

Walmart completes its $16 billion acquisition of Flipkart

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Walmart announced over the weekend that it has completed a $16 billion investment in Flipkart that sees it become the majority owner of the Indian e-commerce company. The deal was first revealed back in May and now it has closed after receiving the necessary approvals. It sees Walmart take a 77 percent share in the company, buying out a number of prior investors in the process and expanding its rivalry with Amazon to a new horizon.

The Social City Report

HOOTSUITE.COM — By their nature, cities have always been social places. Today, rapid change and new technologies have fundamentally altered the experience of visiting or living in a city from what it was just a few years ago. This report explores the role that social media can play in the continuing evolution of…

Social Media ROI Pitch Package

HOOTSUITE.COM — Our Social Media ROI Pitch Package gives you the resources you need to build a solid business case for why your company should invest more in social. Whether you’re looking for tips on how to track your paid social ROI or need tips on how to pitch your executive for more budget, you’ll find it in…

Everything you need to know about how Spotify Ad Studio Works

MEDIUM.COM — Everything you need to know about how Spotify Ad Studio Works I’m extremely excited that Spotify has now launched it’s Ad Studio making audio advertising easily accessible to SMBs, startups and growth marketers.Note: it’s still in beta, but I signed up and got access in 24 hours.When working with…

Threads raises $20M for its luxury goods ’boutique’ that exists only in messaging apps

TECHCRUNCH.COM — When you think of e-commerce marketplaces, chances are that the first things that come to mind are storefronts built on websites and apps. But today an e-commerce startup that has never had either — and never plans to — has raised a fistful of cash to continue building out its shopping experience on the platform has been its growth engine: messaging apps.

Generating Leads with Social Media

HOOTSUITE.COM — Your next customers are on social media. If you can find them and convert them into leads, you can increase the return on your social investment dramatically—and transform the value of social to your organization. Generating Leads with Social Media: A Practical Guide to Improving ROI provides…

Elon Musk Confronts a Fateful Tweet and an ‘Excruciating’ Year

NYTIMES.COM — But that funding, it turned out, was far from secure.Mr. Musk has said he was referring to a potential investment by Saudi Arabia’s government investment fund. Mr. Musk had extensive talks with representatives of the $250 billion fund about possibly financing a transaction to take Tesla private —…

Facebook cracks down on opioid dealers after years of neglect

TECHCRUNCH.COM — role in the opioid crisis could become another scandal following yesterday’s release of harrowing new statistics from the Center for Disease Control. It estimated there were nearly 30,000 synthetic opioid overdose deaths in the U.in 2017, up from roughly 20,000 the year before. When recreational drugs like Xanax and OxyContin are adulterated with the more powerful synthetic opioid Fentanyl, the misdosage can prove fatal.

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More staff training is vital

ECONOMIST.COM — AMERICAN companies spent $91bn on staff training last year, almost a third as much again as they did in 2016. That equated to more than $1,000 for every staff member being taught, according to a survey by Training magazine.This shift is highly encouraging. In broad terms, provision of on-the-job…

Marketing Tips From Microsoft, Netflix, Walmart and Adobe That You Can Use

ENTREPRENEUR.COM — It’s easy to be jealous of others’ success within your industry, but learning from the titans can be a free lesson in marketing. August 9, 2018 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their…

Airbnb shows off new collaboration features that let co-travelers plan trips together

TECHCRUNCH.COM — In recent years, has been working to expand its business beyond accommodations, by becoming a more robust travel companion with features like guidebooks, suggested experiences, and full-service hospitality for high-end travelers with its still invite-only Airbnb Beyond, for example. Now the company is preparing even more trip-planning features, including support for adding co-travelers to trips and other collaboration features for group travel.

5 Big Marketing Stunts That Worked and What We Can Learn From Them

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — A big marketing stunt has the potential to either make or break your business. While a misstep could wreck your brand’s reputation, a success could catapult your business into viral success. From brand awareness to driving sales, the right marketing stunt can help businesses of all sizes reach…

8 Fascinating Facts of Social Media Usage in 2018 [Infographic]

SOCIALMEDIATODAY.COM — Social media usage continues to grow, with social media penetration set to hit three billion people worldwide by 2021 (though, by some accounts, that benchmark has already been met). And as social platform usage expands, so too does our reliance on social networks as a key interactive and connective option.

Nobody minding the store: security in the age of the lowest bidder

TECHCRUNCH.COM — So, to recap: Satellite communication systems worldwide are “protected” by easily cracked hard-coded passwords. The private internet connecting the world’s mobile phone operators remains replete with vulnerabilities. Russia has successfully hacked into American power-plant control systems. Oh, and voting machines in use in 18 states can be remotely hijacked.

How to Use Google Data Studio to Report on Facebook Campaigns

SOCIALMEDIAEXAMINER.COM — Want a better way to report on and visualize your social media campaign data? Have you considered Google Data Studio? In this article, you’ll discover how to use Google Data Studio to create easy-to-update reports on your website, Facebook, or Instagram marketing. How to Use Google Data Studio to…

A new protest is organizing to get Alex Jones booted off of Twitter

MASHABLE.COM — Alex Jones is still on Twitter, despite the fact that he repeatedly violated the platform’s rules of conduct. But this is 2018, and Twitter users are ready to protest. Before we go any further, let’s be clear about some terminology: Jones supporters would have you believe that his recent removal from other platforms is an act of censorship and a violation of First Amendment rights.

The DNC’s lawyers subpoena WikiLeaks with a tweet

TECHCRUNCH.COM — In a very unusual move, WikiLeaks has been subpoenaed via Twitter. In a tweet on Friday, a law firm representing the Democratic National Convention in its civil lawsuit against WikiLeaks and other defendants served legal documents formally notifying the non-profit that it is being sued. The lawsuit also names a long list of other people and organizations, including the Russian government and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, that the DNC claims worked together to sway the 2016 election in Trump’s favor.

How To Get Unstuck: Candid Thoughts on Getting $#!* Done

BLOG.TRELLO.COM — Motivation is a tricky thing. It’s hard to stay motivated, and it’s hard to find time to work on ourselves. What do we do when “just do it” doesn’t work? Many years ago I went through a hardcore productivity phase. During that time I was running a design consulting firm and burning the midnight…

Farmers are now using literal lasers to scare birds away from their crops

MASHABLE.COM — Lasers are now the newest trend helping blueberry and raspberry growers in the Pacific Northwest protect their crops from birds this season. NPR recently published a report on this new technology created by Netherlands-based company Bird Control Group. . As strange as it sounds, the owner of a large blueberry farm, Justin Meduri, said he’d tried much crazier things in the past.

Samsung courts mainstream users with the Galaxy Watch

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Name aside, not all that much appears to have changed with the new Galaxy Watch. Samsung’s clearly used the Gear Sport as the jumping off point here. And that’s a good thing. Since the beginning, Samsung’s wearables have been plagued by a size issue. They’re huge — big on my wrists, even, and I’m 5’11.

Make Your First Sale on Social Media

HOOTSUITE.COM — Your customers are more sophisticated, more knowledgeable, and more socially connected than they were even a few years ago. They now have access to vast amounts of information and rely on social networks for advice and expertise. Today, 81 percent of SMBs use social media to drive business…

#Ad on Instagram grows by 44% in first half of 2018, says Buzzoole

THEDRUM.COM — Influencer marketing company Buzzoole has published a report showing the use of #ad and #sponsored posts on Instagram grew by 44% in the first six months of this year, compared to the same time frame in 2017. The influencer marketing brandtech company looked at stats including the number of…

The only good thing left on Facebook is private meme groups

MASHABLE.COM — It’week on Mashable. Join us as we take stock of the viral economy and investigate how the internet morphed from a fun free-for-all to a bleak hellscape we just can’t quit. Scrolling through my feed has become a stressful, tiresome experience. But in the sea of very lukewarm takes and endless airport check-ins, there are a few beacons of light: spicy meme groups.

GDPR 10 Marketing Questions No One Has Answered (Yet)

ADESPRESSO.COM — The deadline for the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance passed on May 25, 2018.Now, if you’re investigated and found to be out of line with these strict requirements for handling personal data, you could be in trouble!The first step is to conduct thorough research.Instead of…

Vector is Cozmo for grownups

TECHCRUNCH.COM — When Anki invited us by the office last week to check out their latest creation, we weren’t sure what to expect. In the eight years since the company was founded by a trio of Carnegie Mellon graduates, it’s offered up a handful of distinctly different smart toys, from its Drive smart cars to 2016’s Cozmo robot.

Social Media Security: Tips and Best Practices to Mitigate Risks

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social With the amount of information stored and shared online, social media security is more important than ever. There’s no doubt social has made the world a more connected place. In most cases, that’s a good thing. But all those connections also create unprecedented access…

16 Facebook Accounts That Will Make You Smarter

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social Facebook is full of inspirational ideas and educational content—if you know where to look. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of Facebook accounts that will help you explore new ideas and expand your knowledge. Whatever your interests, you’ll find something you…

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Social Ads Toolkit: The ultimate social advertising guide that you can put into action right away.

HOOTSUITE.COM — Social paid advertising has seen increased investment as brands look to expand customer engagement and ROI beyond organic social posts. According to eMarketer, by 2017, social network ad spending will reach $35.98 billion, representing 16% of all digital ad spending globally. Today, to engage…

Boston-area startups are on pace to overtake NYC venture totals

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Boston has regained its longstanding place as the second-largest U.startup funding hub. After years of trailing New York City in total annual venture investment, Massachusetts is taking the lead in 2018. Venture investment in the Boston metro area hit $5.2 billion so far this year, on track to be the highest annual total in years.

3 free tools to comprehensively test page speed

SEARCHENGINELAND.COM — Having a fast site is important, since faster sites are rewarded with improved search engine optimization (SEO) and the ability to drive more visits and conversions. More people visiting your site can lead to more sales, signups or traffic in general. That’s a true win-win. Of course, where there’s a positive, there is always a negative.

A Step-by-Step Guide to Pinterest Marketing

ADESPRESSO.COM — With the ever-growing list of social media sites available to start marketing on, it’s often difficult to choose which ones you want to actually prioritize.Facebook is almost always a given for brands to start with, and Instagram and Twitter are normally ranked high too.Pinterest marketing has…

How to Turn Empathy into Your Secret Strength

IDEOU.COM — This post comes from Unstuck, a site dedicated to providing tips, questions, and points of view to provoke insight and action. Unstuck is an initiative of SYPartners and part of the Kyu Collective—a group of diverse creative companies, including IDEO, committed to addressing the most significant…

Who do you trust?

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Another week, another high-profile hack. This week it was (checks notes) Reddit. What makes this one marginally more interesting is that the victims were using two-factor authentication, i.SMS codes texted to them to verify their identities when their accounts were accessed — which turned out to be little more than a speed bump for the attackers.

The Social Customer Experience

HOOTSUITE.COM — Over 80 percent of companies agree that social is a vital channel for delivering exceptional customer experiences. But only 58 percent of companies have a defined strategy for integrating social into their existing customer experience programs. This report reveals how enterprise organizations are…

Strengthen and Protect your Brand Reputation on Social Media

HOOTSUITE.COM — Thanks to the proliferation of online reviews and social media, consumers are now in charge of a brand’s reputation just as much as the organization itself. By using social media to proactively strengthen and protect your organization’s reputation, you can increase your reach, establish…

A Comprehensive Guide On Social Media Marketing For SaaS Products

JEFFBULLAS.COM — One of the many challenges that you will face when trying to raise awareness, generate leads and promote your product, is the fact that you have a rather limited resource pool to work with. SaaS products are not exactly easy to advertise on all mediums and chances are you won’t be able to do it properly on a lot of them.

For a brief moment of bliss, Facebook was down

MASHABLE.COM — For a brief moment of bliss, Facebook was down Facebook experienced an apparent widespread outage.Image: Photothek via Getty Images Try going to Facebook.com on your browser, and you’ll probably see nothing this morning. Just after 9 a.m. PT, users started posting on Twitter about the social…

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