A great social media marketer today and an awesome advertiser in the 1960s have much in common. David Ogilvy, the father of advertising, was famous for spending an inordinate amount of time on headlines.
A writer who spent years following people whose lives were ruined by Twitter says online abuse is why the site is shrinking
Sacco only had 170 followers, so she would rarely experience interactions with others on the site. It must have felt like shouting into an empty room. A little unsatisfying, but without any real consequences.
"Are we asking students to collect dots or connect dots?" The evocative question was posed by Seth Godin at a 2012 TEDx event in Brooklyn called "Freedom & Democracy: Education for Change." Collecting
(CNN) — As the mom of two girls, ages 7 and 9, there are countless reasons why I'm freaking out about the teen years. But topping that list, at the moment, is the thought of parenting in the social media