In the year since Facebook began encouraging businesses to deploy the thumbs-up button across the web, brands have been racing to rack up "likes." Now the question is: With thousands or even millions of likes, what next?
Last month, Tennessee-based distillery Jack Daniel's became the first alcoholic beverage brand to buy ad space on Twitter. It did so to build hype around the launch of its new Tennessee Honey whiskey product.
Tweeting about eating may seem like Internet noise to some, but the folks at Louisville-based Yum! Brands' KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, as well as Papa John's International, increasingly are talking back.
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Though still in its infancy, location-based service (LBS) applications have experienced tremendous growth. Now that we're seeing more rapid adoption, we expect the environment to change and start to show new innovations as services begin to mature. Let's look at where the next wave of LBS applications is going this year.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo met with eight senators in Washington, D.C., on Thursday to discuss the future of the social media service—including how it makes money and how it will be utilized in the 2012 elections—as well as a plan to offer Twitter’s...
Julian Assange, the head of WikiLeaks, also takes aim at Google and Yahoo in interview with a Russian news site, saying that they have 'built-in interfaces for U.S. intelligence.' Read this blog post by Don Reisinger on The Digital Home.