We're catching up on all the social media shitstorms today. The major one this week involves ChapStick—a brand whose marketing I don't recall ever making any sort of impact. Until now. Here's the play-by-play.
In case you've been hiding under a rock for the last week (and apparently, I was until last Friday, because I hadn't seen this until then), there was some controversy surrounding Ragu and Dad bloggers and other social media celebrities online.
CNETFacebook sued over tracking users after logoutCNETFacebook is getting more heat over two controversial practices--tracking users after they log out and new automatic "frictionless sharing." The tracking, done with cookies on users' computers, ...
Facebook has become the biggest party pooper since the term "social media" was invented with it's success sucking the oxygen out of the air for most of the second tier social networking platforms. So which social media sites are the biggest losers?Publish
Jon Bond, the former ad giant turned social media honcho, was actually getting heckled at the Pivot Conference. When faced with what was a feisty crowd to begin with, Bond admitting that he “didn’t like Twitter” was like throwing fresh meat at rabid dogs. But rather than raise their voices, they let their fingers do the shouting. So while Bond continued to speak, a steady stream of snarky tweets projected on the wall behind him, acting like foghorns and essentially drowning him out.
LONDON, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Marketing chiefs feel overwhelmedby the growing volume of customer data on websites like Facebookand Twitter, and while they realise its potential value theyconsider themselves...
Actress and musician Leisha Hailey tweeted Monday night that a Southwest flight attendant told her that kissing her girlfriend was taboo on a family airline. The carrier insists it was a matter of degree.
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