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How Does Facebook Stories Stack Up to Snapchat?
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If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. This is a lesson Facebook has perfected over the last year as it continues to launch products to compete with Snapchat, the app it tried and failed to purchase back in 2013. The battle over the disappearing social media story continued recently with the launch of Facebook Stories […]

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YouTube Will Start Labeling State-Funded News Content, but There’s a Big Problem
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Last Friday, YouTube announced it work to further curb the spread of propaganda on its network — this time, by adding a designated label to state-funded content. As part of YouTube’s overall work toward greater transparency into the content shared on its site, videos uploaded by news creators that receive any degree of public or […]

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Latest Instagram Update Lets You Schedule Posts in Advance
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Although the exact day and time you post content to Instagram matters less than it used to — since your followers’ newsfeeds are now organized by relevance, engagement, and other factors versus post age — it’s definitely still important. Here’s why. Let’s say 10% of your audience is online on Tuesday at 3 p.m. You […]

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What Brands Value in Marketing Agency Pitches
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Agencies overestimate the importance of reputation and underestimate the importance of cost/value when pitching brands, according to recent research from Vennli. Read the full article at MarketingProfs

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How to Turn Off Instagram's New "Last Online" Feature
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Instagram scrollers beware: your favorite photo-sharing app recently released a new feature that shows friends when you were last online. Similar to the activity status found on Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, Instagram’s new setting is now turned on by default in your account. Only people you follow or have recently DM’d will be able to […]

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The Strange Thing That Happens In Your Brain When You Hear a Good Story — And How to Use It to Your Advantage
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  In the classic tale In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex by Nathaniel Philbrick, a group of sailors were “zagging” off the coast of South America in 1821 when they came across something ghastly. They were in a whaling ship named the Dauphin, under the command of a captain […]

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Data Is Cooler Than You Think. Here's What Marketers Need to Know About It Today.
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It’s my third day here at CES, and today marks the opening of the 2018 event to the public. Yesterday’s media day concluded with a keynote from Intel, and to say the least, it was … interesting. Things kicked off with a performance from what was labeled a “data-only band” called the Algorithm & Blues, […]

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What is Deep Learning? Here's Everything Marketers Need to Know
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The machines are here. You may have heard rumors about artificial intelligence (AI) potentially taking over our jobs. And the question is: Should you be concerned? In my opinion, we should be excited. AI — especially “deep learning” technology — brings new opportunities and innovation in the way digital marketing, sales, and customer support are […]

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10 Examples of Effective Re-Engagement Emails
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A whopping number of emails hit your subscribers’ inboxes each day. With so much competition for attention, it’s inevitable that a percentage of your subscriber list will lose interest in and stop engaging with your email marketing campaigns. It may not seem like a huge deal, but as a great percentage of your list stops […]

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