Janet Mock’s campaigns on Twitter and Tumblr show how social media can be used by advocates to spread their messages and raise awareness.
Toby Daniels, co-founder and CEO of Crowdcentric, talks Social Media Week and what his company is doing to help people collaborate.
“Tell authentic stories plus leverage social media equals people taking action.” That’s what Toan Lam was thinking of when he founded GoInspireGo.com, a nonprofit social-activism site.
Gabriel Shaoolian is the CEO of Blue Fountain Media, which started out as a small digital agency with just 17 people. Now, the company boasts over 200 employees, with clients like AOL and AT&T.
In an interview with Vice, WorldstarHipHop founder discussed the ‘Worldstar’ battle cry and how the site selects its videos.
One techie tells how taking a regular break from gadgets boosts her productivity and creativity.
In the latest installment of Mediabistro’s So What Do You Do? interview series, Mitch Lowe, co-founder of Netflix and startup adviser, gives his advice to budding entrepreneurs.
MyMusic is more than just a web series on YouTube. It has turned into a full-on social media extravaganza, with characters engaging with fans via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, Google+ and even a new dedicated music news site.
We talked to digital media strategist Nick Westergaard of Brand Driven Digital about social media tools for social advocacy.
The U.S. government says Murray Newlands is “an alien of extraordinary ability” – and this leads us to believe his upcoming content marketing book is sure to be . . . extraordinary.