The great Twitter 280 Characters debate of 2017 has begun. Here’s everything you need to know and 10 things for your company or brand to consider.
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Minnesota will be on a global stage when it hosts Super Bowl LII in February and some brands will no doubt try their hand at ambush marketing. Here are 3 examples from Super Bowls’ past and 2 ideas for Super Bowl LII.
People often get confused about the difference in terminology when discussing search engine marketing, search engine optimization and search engines advertising. These definition will clear things up.
Twitter has the second-largest audience of the social networks, with 317 million active monthly users.
Every year, Mary Meeker of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers publishes her dreadfully designed yet greatly anticipated and information- and insight-packed Internet Trends Report. Get the 2017 Internet Trends Report.
Google has added a Personal tab to its search filtering options, to go along with Web, News and Images that allows you to find the contents of your Gmail and Google Photos accounts via Google Search.
Here are 10 things only comm majors will understand. Regardless of how we got here, all comm majors will relate to the journey through this challenging and rewarding degree.
5 essential things communications directors need to know about graphic design.
Walmart found an innovative and creative way to advertise its stores by placing itself in the center of entertaining stories.
Cultural and lingual diversity brings zest and excitement to our lives. They can also cause difficulties when determining what content and copy will work in other parts of the world. Language and cultural differences must be considered when creating ads, social media content, press releases, and other promotional assets.