By Zara Stone September 07, 2022 Over the past few months, Rebecca Baker, a.k.a. fly-fishing influencer “Lady Angler Lentz” has been trying to figure out whether she’d like an adrenaline-filled weekend or a foodie city tour for her bachelorette. She’s told her friends it’s a “bride bash,” as bride-to-be doesn’t fit anymore — she tied … Continue reading Business is booming for ‘wifelorette’ parties and belated bachelor bashes
Arik Hanson August 18, 2020 Our COVID-19 winter has seen the start of many social media marketing trends. But, one I find particularly interesting–the Twitter Watch Party. After all, it wasn’t too long ago that many people (including me) were saying Twitter was essentially dead as a social media marketing tool (my podcast co-host, Kevin … Continue reading Are Twitter Watch Parties a Tactic to Consider for the Rest of 2020?
The company released a number of new updates for video creators and publishers during the International Broadcasting Convention event in Amsterdam on Monday. Amy Gesenhues on September 16, 2019 Facebook is releasing new features and metrics for its Live API, Watch Parties and within its Creator Studio, all of which can be used by marketers … Continue reading Facebook video marketers get new tools, metrics for Live, Watch Parties, Creator Studio
AT&T, Verizon To End Sale Of Location Data To Third Parties by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, (June 20, 2018) AT&T and Verizon on Tuesday pledged to stop providing phone location data from cellular phone owners to data brokers following a leak of real-time location data. The decision transpired following an investigation by Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon), … Continue reading AT&T, Verizon To End Sale Of Location Data To Third Parties
by Tobi Elkin@tobielkin, December 8, 2016 As the bot and non-human Web traffic issue continues to spiral, a new survey out Thursday reveals that 80% of publishers concede they don’t have insight into how their traffic is audited by third-party providers. In addition, the survey by The 614 Group and Distil Networks, found that … Continue reading Eight Out Of 10 Publishers Don’t Know How Their Traffic Is Audited By Third Parties
Jeanette Nyden — November 9, 2016 Follow @JeanetteNyden— November 9, 2016 Most Dispute Resolution Centers use an eight step process for mediating disputes, which means that after the mediators have introduced themselves, and the parties have aired the issues and built the agenda, the mediators tell the parties that it is time to negotiate. But … Continue reading Preventing Impasse: Coaching Parties to Negotiate
Phil Morettini — November 8, 2016 Follow @TechnologyGuy— November 8, 2016 Have your ever heard (or thought) the following? “We’re a startup software company. We’ll attack our home market first, then think about international software distribution later.” Wrong answer! (In a lot cases, anyway). I work with a lot of startups and I hear the … Continue reading Selling Software Internationally Through Third Parties