Tag Archives: TechCrunch

Why We’re Confused About Social Media and Brand Marketing

Because we’re all about you splendid readers, the hardworking staff is working hard to stay on top of marketing trends in social media networks. But we have to admit our head kind of exploded when we read yesterday’s Mediabistro’s Morning … Continue reading

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Bing Bling For Schools

From our Late to the Party Favors desk This ad appeared in Sunday’s New York Times: Which got the hardwondering staff to wondering: What’s that all about? Just this (via PRNewswire): REDMOND, Wash., Aug. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Bing launched a free, national … Continue reading

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Facebook Members To Vote On Whether They Can Vote

From our M.C. Escher desk As the hardtracking staff has noted this past week, Facebook is trying to turn the last vestiges of its Faceocracy into a Zuckocracy. Specifically, the billion-strong social network wants to terminate the voting power of its members over changes … Continue reading

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New Paywall – Sorry, “Membership Program” – At The Los Angeles Times

The hardworking staff just received this email from the LA Times: Dear Readers, We are making an exciting change to latimes.com, and we want you to be the first to know how we’re evolving. NEW LOS ANGELES TIMES MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM On … Continue reading

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The Case Of The Missing Link (NYT Division)

Right after the hardworking staff wrote about the New York Times’ failure to credit the Nation for its groundbreaking investigation of the U.S. military’s digraceful personality disorder discharges, this turns up in GigaOM (via Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed): Is linking … Continue reading

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