Not since Mariah Carey has glitter bombed so spectacularly. The troll founder of a troll website ended up getting trolled by his own trollish idea earlier this week, but he's still looking to capitalize
This story originally appeared on Buffer I’m constantly amazed and inspired by the way that others go aboutexperimenting, testing, and trying out new methods to get more value out of their social media
Funnels have been a focal sales strategy for decades, serving as a general model for anyone looking to get the most out of a given lead pool. By breaking down the sales process into a series of steps,
In recent years, neuroscientists have become increasingly interested in the idea that there may be a powerful link between the human brain and gut bacteria. And while a growing body of research has provided
There, one of Samsung's three CEOs, BK Yoon, will give the opening keynote for the conference. However, the keynote won't focus on the biggest profit driver at Samsung, its mobile phone and tablet business.
A New Gossip App Called 'Streetchat' Has Teens Throwing Up Their Hands: 'What The Heck Is Wrong With Us?'
The app lets students at high schools and colleges anonymously post photos and captions about anyone they want — from anywhere they want. The app's terms and conditions say the users can't post illegal
Thanks to mobile and the social web consumers now have more interests than ever. They can be engaged and exposed to their areas of interest whenever they want, and to whatever depth. It’s virtually impossible
I googled “personal branding” today and got nearly two million results. When I started my personal branding business, Reach Personal Branding, almost 15 years ago, few people knew what personal branding
Call it the latest expression of Facebook’s Snapchat-envy. The social network may soon let you initiate a self-destruct sequence for your updates, one you can set for up to seven days after they go live.
The voice of the customer has always been one of the most powerful concepts in marketing, and today’s social media platforms act as one giant megaphone for that voice. In fact, social media has fundamentally
It’s funny the way counterintuitive measures so often prove to be the best solution. But then again, this has been true for centuries. “All behaviors contain their opposites,” said Lao Tzu’s Tao Te Ching
Pockets of land and water that are free from ‘alien’ species are few and far between, finds Rachel Nuwer. Yet could we reverse the tide of these pests? When Piero Genovesi received my email, his interest
Quite often, the biggest obstacle to reaching our goals is our lack of motivation to get started. Whether we want to launch a new marketing campaign, get more organized, or lose weight, there’s often long
The Sims 4 has debuted to muted fanfare this past week, mainly due to a lack of early review copies and much grumbling about the game rolling back more than a few features found in earlier games. But far
A new mobile application called Tripcast, built by the team that created photo-sharing app Cluster, allows travelers to privately share their photos with their friends back home. The app lets you create
After eating asparagus, some people can detect a strange smell, while others claim not to notice a thing. What’s going on? We’ve been aware of the pungent properties of asparagus for a long time. Back
Do burgers, sugary snacks and other unhealthy foods exacerbate the effects of mental illness? David Robson investigates the evidence, and discovers a surprising new idea to help treat depression. The entering
Artificial flavours are more complex and interesting than first appears. Chris Baraniuk discovers a world of sensory trickery – and a curious myth about fake banana. Banana flavouring. You know it well.
Red is perhaps the most manipulative colour, influencing everything from your behaviour in the workplace to your love life. How? David Robson finds out. We can never know what was going through our ancestors’
Pinterest has a new strategy for getting brands on its service: Show, don't tell. Pinterest has a new strategy for getting brands on its service: Show, don’t tell. The online inspiration and discovery
This media company wants to own staffers’ Twitter and Facebook accounts, even after they quit » Nieman Journalism Lab
Hundreds of journalists working at the Times of India and its sister publications have received a peculiar request from their employer: hand over your Twitter and Facebook passwords and let us post for