First marketers began listening to our online communications and then the government. Can’t a guy buy a gallon of milk in peace?
The Oxford English Dictionary, the authoritative lexicon of proper English, is adding the word ‘tweet’ as both a noun and a verb, the publication said today.
When I hear this nonsense blurted out by social media experts where they say, “What’s the ROI of your mother?” to justify the garbage they’re trying to sell by not answering a legitimate question with a legitimate answer, I cringe. Because they’re saying this ridiculous thing, which they think has no answer and is supposed to sound deep and meaningful, in order to escape answering a question they actually have no answer for. But when you get past the BS of these hucksters, you know that there is an answer. And in the case of my Dad, the return on investment, or if we can just call it what it is, the influence he’s had on my life, can be measured. As it turns out, you can measure the ROI of your mother and father.
The City of New York will release public information to citizens through the hyperlocal social network Nextdoor, the city and company announced today.
Omnicom Media Group announced today that Salesforce Marketing Cloud will power its social marketing and advertising services across its entire global agency network, including 5,000 clients in more than 100 countries.
Microsoft has unveiled an iPhone app that lets you open, create and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files on the go. But here’s the catch: You have to be a subscriber to its productivity suite, Office 365.
Just in time for summer vacation, Viralheat has released an infographic that shows which major hotel chains have the most fans on social networks like Facebook and Twitter.
History Repeats Itself with Foursquare’s New Time Machine (SocialTimes)
Foursquare has created a Time Machine that sorts through all of your past check-ins and displays them on an interactive map. Much like Foursquare’s Explore button, it will also serve up suggestions for where to go next.
Since it was revealed in the first week of June that the NSA monitors global email and phone activity in part by obtaining information from major Internet service providers including Google, traffic on the more privacy conscious search engine DuckDuckGo has risen by about half, the company said.
Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates shared “Three Things I’ve Learned from Warren Buffett” on his first day as a LinkedIn Influencer.