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'Troll Tax' by Baldwin& and Hunter S. & Thompson
Two months in, 280 characters hasn't shifted Twitter's strategy

Two months in, 280 characters hasn't shifted Twitter's strategy

The social media network's big change doesn't amount to much, now that the novelty has worn off.

Why Facebook should consider Google's company mantra

Why Facebook should consider Google's company mantra

Social platforms do not actually espouse that information should be free. In reality, information is controlled by the highest bidder,

5 questions brands need to ask before building a messaging experience

5 questions brands need to ask before building a messaging experience

Having a plan will ensure the experience you deploy will work for you and your brand in the most productive

Create entertaining, sexy ads to lure millennials...or let them do it for you

Create entertaining, sexy ads to lure millennials...or let them do it for you

The truth is, this coveted cohort is open to advertising--if they're getting something back for it, says 9GAG's chief operating

Twitter promises 'aggressive' rules on inappropriate content

Twitter promises 'aggressive' rules on inappropriate content

Twitter has set out an "aggressive" new stance to its rules around inappropriate content on the social media network.

'Bear Claws' for The Academic by BBDO New York

'Bear Claws' for The Academic by BBDO New York

, BBDO New York for The Academic
Sarah Jessica Parker, Instagram talk authenticity in branding

Sarah Jessica Parker, Instagram talk authenticity in branding

Nobody needs just another pair of shoes or just any bag, says "Sex and the City" star.

The warnings were real: how to avoid regulatory action against influencers

The warnings were real: how to avoid regulatory action against influencers

The FTC is closely monitoring marketers, their agencies and their influencer networks, say attorneys at Davis & Gilbert.

Advertising won't get better until it stops 'sleeping on' Black Twitter

Advertising won't get better until it stops 'sleeping on' Black Twitter

Five panelists at Advertising Week weigh in on a talent-rich community too long ignored.