Video is one of the best way to engage and attract customers on the social platform. Today, one of the best ways to engage customers is through video. Facebook videos can be a great, cost-effective way
Most of us have heard of Google's well-known and much-loved tools — Gmail, Google Earth, Google Maps, and many more. Those products and services are used by millions of people around the world every day.
This week I had a return visit with Benjamin P. Hardy, the 28-year-old entrepreneur who’s one of the most-read voices on Medium.com. As you may recall, he accumulated 50,000 subscribers in 16 months. there’s
David Kessler, the former Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, argues that all mental health issues, including addiction, depression, and overeating, can be explained by “capture”—a process
The world has changed considerably since 1996: Legacy industrial production has shifted to cheaper resource-rich markets, creating demand for labor and materials – and created billionaires out of those
Across the U.S., more than 20 million people abuse drugs or alcohol or both. Only about 1 in 10 is getting treatment. People seeking treatment often have to wait weeks or months for help. The delays can
Walter Kirn finds a new route to intimacy in a Holiday Inn conference room. I am sitting with my eyes closed, breathing deeply, as an eerily gentle, amplified male voice asks me to imagine the word "safe,"
Arthur Janov's primal therapy became a cultural phenomenon in the 60s and 70s, but today most experts say that the technique is unhelpful and can even be harmful to some patients. So how has it endured?
We were brought up to believe that if you go to a university, you will be successful. It was implicitly implied that if you went to a technical college, you weren't as smart and focused as those who went
Student loan debt is a crushing reality for students nationwide. As of Sept. 30, 2015, it totaled $1.2 trillion, an all-time high, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's Quarterly Report Household
Research-backed findings reveal some unexpected ways to find happiness. Who doesn't want to be happier? That's why I've written about what happy people do more often, some of the habits of remarkably people,
New research sheds light on the relationship between drinking and climbing the social ladder. We now have data on that creeping notion that the “cool kids” in college were more popular because they knew
No matter where your followers live, your company’s values are what bring that community together. Here’s how to spread the message. As a brand manager, it is your responsibility to make people of different
Women don’t need help. They need to be recognized and treated fairly for their accomplishments. It’s not just bad business today to ignore women in the workplace. It’s risky business. Women make up 50%
These tips will help you figure out how to put your qualms about summer productivity levels to rest. To many, the concept Summer Fridays–a half day or day off every week during vacation season–seems more
When Germany earned its fourth World Cup title on Sunday, Twitter users posted a record-breaking 618,725 tweets per minute. Indeed, it has been a banner year for the World Cup on Twitter: Brazil’s abysmal
fastcocreate.com - About the author Rae Ann Fera is a writer with Co.Create whose specialty is covering the media, marketing, creative advertising, digital technology and design fields. She was formerly the editor of ad industry publication Boards and has written for Huffington Post and Marketing Magazine More
This story originally appeared on Visual.ly With 73 percent of adults who have access to the Internet using social-networking sites, it’s not surprising that 86 percent of marketers say social media is
A thoroughly American, thoroughly brilliant online musical event Meet Vulfpeck. They’re a funk band. They’re based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. And they just released a new album called Sleepify. A representative