Hey, Google, What’s the Future Of Analytics? by Jason Prance , October 18, 2022 Today, over 70 million websites use Google Analytics, including over 50% of U.S. businesses. Starting July 2023, Google Analytics will go offline. Practically every brand marketer uses Google Analytics to drive their brand site analytics and there is no competitor, really. … Continue reading Hey, Google, What’s the Future Of Analytics?
Music and travel lead the way for why users are attracted to metaverse virtual experiences. Chris Wood on September 23, 2022 Consumers engaging with metaverse-style virtual environments are interested in a number of industries and activities. Topping the list of interests is music, according to a new study by Reach 3 Insights, which polled 401 … Continue reading What’s hot in the metaverse for consumers
By Sam Becker August 31, 2022 We may have reached the “beyond” portion of Bed Bath & Beyond’s wild ride as a meme stock. Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) stock caught the attention of meme stock traders on internet message boards like Reddit’s r/WallStreetBets in recent weeks, and since the beginning … Continue reading What’s happening with BBBY? Reddit’s favorite meme stock has a lot going on right now
Barking Up The Wrong Tree: YouTube Already Top Streaming Dog, So What’s Left? by Wayne Friedman , Staff Writer, July 29, 2022 YouTube might be yet another bellwether of declining TV/CTV advertising trends. YouTube posted second-quarter advertising revenues of $7.34 billion, up just 4% — slightly under analysts’ expectations, and well below the strong, double-digit … Continue reading Barking Up The Wrong Tree: YouTube Already Top Streaming Dog, So What’s Left?
By Talib Visram July 28, 2022 Thanks to an unanticipated U-turn from Senator Joe Manchin, Senate Democrats have reached a deal on a new reconciliation bill that, if passed, would offer the most funding in history to curb carbon emissions and protect energy security. It’s framed as the Inflation Reduction Act, because it … Continue reading The Inflation Reduction Act is also an enormous climate bill. What’s in it?
By Michelle Davey June 04, 2022 Over the last few weeks, I’ve taken a trip back to the early 2010s, watching Jared Leto, Amanda Seyfried, and Joseph Gordon Levitt bring some of the most infamous tech founders and their fall-from-grace-stories alive on the silver screen. I was an early employee at food … Continue reading Tech leaders: We don’t know what’s around the corner. Here are 3 strategies for moving forward
Quick Question: What’s The Top U.S. Industry Advertising On Facebook? by Joe Mandese @mp_joemandese, May 27, 2022 If you guessed government/politics, you’re way ahead of me. And you probably also have some strong opinions about how that correlates to parent Meta’s decisions – or indecisions – about regulating organic political content. While it doesn’t speak … Continue reading Quick Question: What’s The Top U.S. Industry Advertising On Facebook?
By Mark C. Crowley March 05, 2022 It is rather staggering that nearly 69 million people quit their jobs in America last year—and the common assumption is that everyone who resigned found a new employer willing to give them a meaningful bump in pay. Aligned to this thinking, of course, companies could effectively end … Continue reading It’s not just money. This is what’s still driving the Great Resignation
What’s Happening With Meta’s Operating System? by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, (February 26, 2022) Facebook’s parent Meta reportedly disbanded a group of more than 300 employees working on operating systems for its virtual and augmented reality devices, The Information reports, citing several people with knowledge of the situation. Apparently, there have been several setbacks … Continue reading What’s Happening With Meta’s Operating System?
By Michael Grothaus February 04, 2022 After Facebook reported dismal Q4 financials earlier this week, many on the street didn’t have high hopes for Snap. That’s because Snapchat, like Facebook, relies on ad revenue to fund its coffers. Facebook saw a massive impact on its ad revenue, in part due to Apple’s iOS … Continue reading Unlike Facebook, Snap stock is surging. Here’s what’s happening