Facebook’s Data Scandal: This week you couldn’t avoid hearing about Facebook and the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Mark Zuckerberg now says he’s ‘open’ to testifying to Congress, which isn’t exactly optional when you’re subpoenaed. What’s the impact on brands? Continued scrutiny on how they collect and use consumer information and less trusted use of Facebook. We’re […]Read More Weekly Social Pulse, Week 3/19
We all have friends who have announced, unceremoniously and often emotionally, that they are taking a break from or quitting social media. Especially in this post-election spin cycle, more people than ever before are considering taking a break from the always-on newsfeed. Why is it hard to let go? For starters, it’s important to remember […]Read More Why is it so hard to quit social media?
Weber Shandwick’s VP of Interactive Greg Swan tracks social media trends. Even he can’t predict where kids will end up next, but he says parents should still try. It should be not to spy, but to understand the issues their kids face as new apps keep emerging. “There are definitely some apps parents are not […]Read More Greg Swan on WCCO discussing disposable media
Cross-posted from Social Studies… I’m here at BlogWorld & New Media Expo in Los Angeles ignoring the beautiful palm trees and weather in favor of sitting inside and listening to compelling speakers present on the latest digital, social and interactive marketing trends. Tom #1: Data-Driven Insights I was impressed by the opening Social Media Business […]Read More Two Toms and a Microphone: Data and Mobile at 2011 BlogWorld LA
This post original appeared on Social Studies. Please leave comments on the original post there. I’ve been totally geeking out over Marco Tempest’s blend of technology and magic lately, and I keep thinking I need to make it to a Twin Cities Maker event. The idea of partnering physical and digital (phygital, as my friends […]Read More New post on Social Studies: Digital + Physical = Marketing in the New Century