Maybe it’s more important to worry about things that matter, instead of worrying about the ethical implications of twerking.
Marissa Mayer is not a goddess. She has not managed to turn Yahoo definitively around in the first year of her tenure, according to the company’s earnings report today.
There has been a lot of talk surrounding virtual currency and Bitcoin, but what impact will virtual currency have on businesses and how can one make money in this space? Explore the future of this emerging field with industry influencers at our Inside Bitcoins Conference, July 30 in New York City.
YouTube has announced the winners of its Next Vlogger competition: an elite group of video bloggers who inspire others while they sit in front of the camera and talk about everything from their latest hauls from the beauty supply store to the best uses for pineapples.
Today only, we’re having a one day sale on our summer social media networking events, AllTwitter Marketing Conference and AllFacebook Marketing Conference, June 4 and 5 in San Francisco. You’ll save $100 off your ticket to either event or $200 off a Combo Pass to attend both. Just use the code ONEDAY when you register.
MTV, VH1, and CMT today announced the full list of the nominees (and a few new categories) for the O Music Awards: a celebration of technology, music, and extreme internet fandom.
TripAdvisor is planning a television advertising campaign to introduce its hotel booking and community review site to a mainstream audience. The company’s co-founder and CEO, Stephen Kaufer, mentioned the plan in last night’s quarterly earnings call.
LinkedIn reported first-quarter revenue of $324.7 million, up nearly 75 percent over the first quarter of 2012, but the company’s guidance suggested that its revenue growth will cool, prompting stocks to fall after hours.
Yelp reported a first-quarter net loss of $4.8 million, down from 50 percent from the first quarter of last year and 75 percent from the closing quarter of 2012.
Time recently published its annual list of the 100 people they think have the most influence in the world today. Klout, a site that aims to quantify social media presence, made its own list that juxtaposed the top 50 individuals with their respective “Klout ratings.” We not only listed Klout’s findings for your viewing pleasure, but also included data from Kred, a site that uses data on web traffic to see which Twitter profiles are the most followed and quoted.