Consumers Most Annoyed by Ads on Social Networking SitesClickZWhile consumers tend to not enjoy ads on social media, 26 percent of those surveyed reported to be more open to advertisements recommended by a social networking friend.
New York Daily NewsCalifornia law student visiting Manhattan gunned down in brazen daytime ...New York Daily NewsA stealthy gunman murdered a 31-year-old man visiting Manhattan with a single shot to the back of the head Monday, then slipped away...
The European Union today became the latest official body to back an open internet, ahead of a important United Nations meeting to update internet and telecoms regulation for the first time in 24 years.
Understanding the difference is important not only for marketing but for business leaders. Companies that don't fully understand what this means to them are holding watch over a dying enterprise. Let me explain.
LivemintGoogle settles Belgian papers' copyright disputeReutersBRUSSELS Dec 13 (Reuters) - Google agreed on Thursday to help boost online revenues for a group of Belgian newspaper publishers and authors, settling a six-year dispute over copyright ...
MarketingProfs.com (subscription)Email, Social, and Mobile Are Marketers' 2013 Budget PrioritiesMarketingProfs.com (subscription)Email, social media, and mobile rank as marketers' top spending priorities for 2013, according to a survey from...
David M. Adler, Esq.'s insight:
Want to know where Ad dolalrs are going? Look at these budget priorities.
Over the past couple of months there have been some noticeable disagreements between social networking sites Twitter and Instagram. We look at the conflict between the two networks and how this could be interesting news for internet marketers.
AUDITING SOCIAL MEDIAA Governance and Risk GuideWhen it comes to business communication, social media has transformed how consumers interact with corporations, governments, traditional media, and each other.