Like Facebook and Twitter ads, StumbleUpon Paid Discovery is a social media advertising platform for publishers and other businesses. However, most online marketers don’t have much experience with StumbleUpon itself, despite what they may think, and this ignorance often leads to angry users and poor campaigns.
Logging into one of the older Twitter accounts in my possession, I noticed a slight visual upgrade to the user interface today. The tweet feed has widening a good bit and the black or white overlays have been scrapped in favor of a cleaner look.
Everyone was surprised to see Google update their Toolbar PageRank values after 10 months of stagnation and even a message from Matt Cutts himself that an update prior to the New Year was unlikely. When I found out about the update I immediately checked our own websites’ rank and our clients and then went to […]
Is HR really embracing social networking within companies? While it seems HR departments and other talent management professionals are actively using external social media technologies to recruit and research their candidates, they aren’t as accepting and/or understanding of their employees using the same technologies for internal use.
People are visual beings. When offered a photo or a block of text, our eyes are drawn to the thing with pretty colors. So, is it any surprise that the visual bookmarking site Pinterest has taken the e-world by storm? Not in the least.
Lessons learned from Digg’s bumpy evolution. Replacing back-end systems remains a big challenge for any online business. While there are many factors that contribute to replatforming, the decision often comes down to one or more of three reasons. Source: Monetate