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Comedian’s battle with Barstool Sports reveals Twitter’s copyright issues

MASHABLE.COM — Writer and comedian Miel Bredouw has dealt with her content being stolen on the internet many, many times before. As she wrote on Twitter, Bredouw claimed Barstool Sports posted a video of hers without credit back in December 2018. The 36-second video, originally from 2016, features the comedian singing the lyrics of Three Six Mafia’s “Slob On My Knob” to the tune of well-known folk song “Carol of the Bells.” Bredouw said she asked Barstool Sports for credit, but was ignored.

Pinterest SEO: What Are Your Customers Searching For?

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social Is Pinterest SEO a part of your social media strategy? If your brand is active on the platform, then it should be. Pinterest may be more known as a social network for sharing recipe ideas, décor inspiration, and DIY hacks. But the site also doubles as one of the…

How to Deal With Social Media Trolls:

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social Trolls. Cute (yet ugly) and laughable. They give life to our tales, ballads and legends. Social media trolls? Not so much. They wreak havoc. All a troll wants is to inflict pain, ridicule, and humiliate a targeted person. Left alone, these little social media misfits…

The Complete Guide to Instagram Influencer Rates in 2019

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social Instagram influencer rates are one of social media’s best-kept secrets. Sure, there are whispers and rumours, like Kendall Jenner’s reported $250,000 haul for her Frye Festival endorsement on Instagram. But what exactly are the calculations that go into making…

5G phones are here but there’s no rush to upgrade

TECHCRUNCH.COM — This year’s Mobile World Congress — the CES for Android device makers — was awash with 5G handsets. The world’s No.1 smartphone seller by marketshare, Samsung, got out ahead with a standalone launch event in San Francisco, showing off two 5G devices, just before fast-following Android rivals popped out their own 5G phones at launch events across Barcelona this week.

An unborn baby ‘kidfluencer’ has 112,000 Instagram followers

MASHABLE.COM — As regular social media influencers vie for the title of most, a new breed has emerged to expose the whole enterprise as a goofy charade. Or perhaps we should say not emerged, because, as exemplified by one so-called Instagram “kidfluencer” featured in a recent, they’re not even born yet. . That’s right, there’s literally an in-utero baby with a March due date that has more Instagram followers than you.

The Making of the Fox News White House

NEWYORKER.COM — In January, during the longest government shutdown in America’s history, President Donald Trump rode in a motorcade through Hidalgo County, Texas, eventually stopping on a grassy bluff overlooking the Rio Grande. The White House wanted to dramatize what Trump was portraying as a national…

How to Create Facebook and Instagram Stories Ads That Get You Results

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How to Use Social Media to Hype Your Product Pre-Launch

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social It’s approaching your new product’s launch date. You’ve been working your butt off and want people to get as excited about it as you are. How can you make sure your pre-launch hype makes more than a ripple on social media? We’ve got six creative tips on how to use…

How to get marketing right

VIRGIN.COM — If your business is focused on solving a problem that everyone has, it stands a really good chance at being successful. If you’re wondering how you can translate this to your business and its marketing, think of how you can communicate your core values in the simplest way possible. One of our…

ViewRanger is a solid app for outdoor adventurers who want offline maps and crave interactive features

MASHABLE.COM — Extensive collection of maps that you can download for offline use • User-shared routes can uncover hidden gems in your own backyard Some features can be less robust depending on your location • Difficult to find trails and routes not already shared by another user • No in-app tutorials for easier user experience ViewRanger boasts a robust collection of maps and features that can greatly enhance your outdoor adventures — though usefulness varies based on location.

Facebook admits 18% of Research spyware users were teens, not <5%

TECHCRUNCH.COM — has changed its story after initially trying to downplay how it targeted teens with its Research program that a TechCrunch investigation revealed was paying them gift cards to monitor all their mobile app usage and browser traffic. “Less than 5 percent of the people who chose to participate in this market research program were teens” a Facebook spokesperson told TechCrunch and many other news outlets in a damage control effort 7 hours after we published our report on January 29th.

Dr. Bronner’s is the only good brand on Twitter

MASHABLE.COM — Nothing feels more cynical than when a brand appropriates the standardized millennial voice — ironic, detached, dejected — and uses it to hock their emulsified meat products and drinkable corn syrups. There’s no commitment to justice here, there’s just marketing. So I’d love to call for a mass ban of corporations from Twitter, with one exception: Dr.

5 Powerful Push Notification Marketing Strategies You Probably Aren’t Using

JEFFBULLAS.COM — Push notifications have become a common phenomenon for everyone with a smartphone, smartwatch or computer. You don’t need to know about them to receive one. If you are connected to the internet, you will receive a push notification every other minute from one of the apps installed on your smartphone or through a website browser.

This is the Stanford thesis presentation that launched Juul

TECHCRUNCH.COM — Against a backdrop of public backlash and looming federal regulations, the world’s biggest e-cigarette manufacturer has released video of the original thesis presentation that launched Juul, with the hopes of making the case that its purpose is to do no harm — at least less harm. The founders of Juul have told their story before — the two met and became friends over smoke breaks at Stanford University, and eventually decided to design an alternative product to cigarettes.

23 Pinterest Statistics That Matter to Marketers in 2019

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social Here’s our favourite Pinterest statistic of 2019: Pinterest users are twice as likely to say their time on the platform is well-spent. Lately it feels like everyone’s doing a social media detox—from Ariana Grande to the 42 percent of Americans who took a break from…

How to Search Old Tweets: 6 Tried-And-True Methods

BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social Can’t find that hilarious joke you tweeted last year? Worried that some of your old tweets might contain outdated information? Think a tweet you sent a long time ago would do really well if you retweeted it today? Then you’ve come to the right place! This guide is all…

Facebook wants up to 30% of fan subscriptions vs Patreon’s 5%

TECHCRUNCH.COM — will drive a hard bargain with influencers and artists judging by the terms of service for the social network’s Patreon-like Fan Subscriptions feature that lets people pay a monthly fee for access to a creator’s exclusive content. The policy document attained by TechCrunch shows Facebook plans to take up to a 30 percent cut of subscription revenue minus fees, compared to 5 percent by 30 percent by YouTube which covers fees, and 50 percent by Twitch.

Facebook finally bans UK far right activist, ‘Tommy Robinson’

TECHCRUNCH.COM — has taken the decision to remove the Facebook page and Instagram profile of far right activist, Tommy Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon. Twitter permanently banned the founder of the far right English Defence League almost a year ago. In a blog post announcing the decision Facebook says Yaxley-Lennon repeatedly broke its community standards.

Reconciling my love for everyone’s problematic fav, Ariel — through mermaid lessons

MASHABLE.COM — I didn’t really fit into the world I was born into. Everything that came so naturally to my older sisters seemed impossible for me, the quiet one who always came across as a fish out of water. Most of girlhood was spent wishing to be part of another world — a world where my body felt less awkward, where what I liked wasn’t considered weird, where people weren’t so overwhelming, where I didn’t always say and do the wrong thing, where adventures made me brave.

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