On the heels of its IPO, Twitter unveiled Custom Timelines, giving users more flexibility to collect and organize noteworthy and relevant tweets around topics, events, interests and conversations. While Custom Timelines can only be created and managed through TweetDeck, they …
“Viral” is the buzzword companies often want to hear, especially when it involves their content. We all know what it means to “go viral,” but why might something
As we recount the economic paralysis that ensued five years ago this fall, the financial services industry continues to absorb reputational damage stemming from the crisis and its
Last week, the Seattle Interactive Conference brought in an array of technology experts, brands and creative types to share their thoughts on the evolving digital landscape.
Digital campaigns get spooky, YouTube hosts their first ever music awards ceremony, Facebook continues to see mobile user growth and more of the latest digital news updates of
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The World Series social buzz, an interesting mobile campaign encourages fans to change their social perspectives and more of the latest digital news of the week.
This Sunday, I have the great privilege of delivering a talk at the PRSA International Conference that reflects both a personal and professional passion of mine. It