Why it matters by Natalie Batlle Katherine Smitten Last month, Edelman Barcelona threw a Living in Color-inspired networking event in order to meet new professionals and increase visibility for the office. To do so, the team partnered with InterNations, the …
Why it matters by Grace Lin
A meme typically conveys a universal truth in culture that people can identify with and can often participate in by providing examples of
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Though the presidential campaign captured the majority of social media traffic and attention during the 2012
Why it matters by Konrad Palubicki
Visual content consumption, particularly video, is on the rise among consumers. As people are increasingly turning to videos for information, it
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Influence scores are one way to measure success on Twitter. Sites like Klout and
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It’s that time of year again — time to take a stab at what’s going to
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Presidential debates have often served as pivotal moments during election seasons. Richard Nixon’s uneasy