SOCIALMEDIATODAY.COM — There are so many tools at a marketer’s disposal these days. You can find everything under the sun, including project management software, social media dashboards, chatbot builders and so much more. But with so many options, it can get a little overwhelming – to the point that a lot of the best tools can get lost in the shuffle.
BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social We look at our phones about 80 times per day, or once every 12 minutes. With these staggering numbers in mind, it makes sense that we want our devices to look as good as possible. Chances are, you have carefully chosen a wallpaper for your phone’s background and lock…
MASHABLE.COM — The exit ramp is a long, curving slope, and you have to make sure the 50-foot big rig you’re driving carefully navigates the bend and doesn’t fly out of control at a high speed. But the thing is, you’re not actually there. You’re in a room in Silicon Valley, watching the ramp unfold in front of you on several screens.
TECHCRUNCH.COM — Password manager maker has raised $110 million in its latest round of funding, the company said Thursday. The company said led the Series D round, with partner Jim Goetz joining the board. Dashlane also said former Lyft executive Joy Howard was appointed as its new chief marketing officer and will start in August.
BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social Great YouTube marketing starts with great YouTube descriptions. There are two types of descriptions that every marketer needs to know: A YouTube channel description is the text on your channel’s “About” page. It helps viewers understand what to expect from your…
9TO5GOOGLE.COM — Back in January, Google announced a proposed change to Chrome’s extensions system, called Manifest V3, that would stop current ad blockers from working efficiently. In a response to the overwhelming negative feedback, Google is standing firm on Chrome’s ad blocking changes, sharing that current ad blocking capabilities will be restricted to enterprise users.
TECHCRUNCH.COM — Hello, weekend warriors. This is Week-in-Review where I get hopped up on caffeine and scour the hundred of stories that emerged on TechCrunch this week and surface my favorites for your reading pleasure. First, an update on my newsletter last week: I dove into Trump’s Huawei ban and talked about some of the ill effects it could spell for American tech companies caught in the fray.
MASHABLE.COM — Every day of Pride Month, Mashable will be sharing illuminating conversations with members of the LGBTQ community who are making history right now. Ryan Karnoski is a 24-year-old married social worker from Seattle who dreams of joining the military. His grandfathers and cousins have served, and he hopes to be part of that family legacy.
MASHABLE.COM — We don’t know who needs to hear this, but do not interrupt Kamala Harris while she is speaking. When the 2020 presidential candidate spoke at MoveOn’s Big Ideas Forum in San Fransisco on Saturday, a man and animal-rights protester by the name of Aidan Cook stormed the stage and snatched the mic from her while she was discussing the gender pay gap.
TECHCRUNCH.COM — Hon on the heels of being acquired by company builder Finleap, German SME banking upstart Penta has appointed a new CEO. Marko Wenthin, who previously co-founded solarisBank (the banking-as-a-service used by Penta), is now heading up the company, having replaced outgoing CEO and Penta co-founder Lav Odorovi?.
BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social No matter how dedicated you are to running your company’s Instagram account, you can’t be there all the time. Everyone needs a vacation every now and then! When another team member has to take the reins, an Instagram Stories style guide will help to set them up for…
TECHCRUNCH.COM — Five hours after publicly announced that it was working to resolve an outage in its Cloud computing network that had taken out a large chunk of Google services as well as Discord and other popular apps, the problem seems to be resolved. The outage hit everything from the ability to control the temperature in people’s homes and apartments through Google’s Nest to shopping on any service powered by Shopify, to Snapchat and social networks.
MASHABLE.COM — Can you really discuss drama if you’re at the center of the drama? We regret to inform you that Jake and Logan Paul are teaming up once again — this time, they’re skipping their usual impossibly loud antics to sit down and unpack YouTube drama in a shared tea channel called Jake ‘n Logan. “Since we’re brothers and we think alike, and we’re the exact opposite, we’d get together once a week to talk about whatever,” Logan said, turning to a cross-eyed Jake. .
BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social When is the best time to post on social media? Whenever your audience is most likely to see and engage with your great content. A well-timed post can lead to more likes, comments, shares, and click-throughs. In this guide, we’ll tell you the best times to…
TECHCRUNCH.COM — Foursquare just made its first acquisition. The location tech company has acquired Placed from Snap Inc on the heels of a fresh $150 million investment led by the Raine Group. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. Placed founder and CEO David Shim will become President of Foursquare. is the biggest competitor to Attribution product, which allows brands to track the physical impact (foot traffic to store) of a digital campaign or ad.
MASHABLE.COM — Ben & Jerry’known for creating gloriously chunky ice cream flavors and rarely backing down from taking a stance on social justice issues, wants to start selling CBD-infused ice cream. The brand announced the upcoming flavor in an Instagram post on Thursday. Although it seems like a dumb marketing ploy following the recent influx of CBD products in recent months, the campaign seems to be more of a political move. .
MASHABLE.COM — The internet is occasionally pleasing in the sense that it’s home to some of the greatest food porn you’ll ever feast your eyes on, but sadly, it’s also a space where people can share the most cursed culinary abominations ever created. We’re not even halfway through 2019, but social media users have already witnessed a fair share of innovative food mashups that went horribly wrong.
BLOG.HOOTSUITE.COM — Blog / Social It seems like you can’t turn anywhere this year without hearing about polls. Who’s leading in the polls? What do the poll results mean for the future? Are the polls rigged? Has the word “poll” lost all meaning? If we’re talking about Twitter Polls, the answer is a…
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