(Brian Fung / The Washington Post)
The site will drop its media algorithm and rely entirely on conversations among its users to identify trending topics.
(Steven Perlberg / Wall Street Journal)
If not ads, then what? Acast is trying a paid model that would be an end-around to the challenge of advertising without good metrics.
(Nina Sachdev Hoffmann / Media Impact Funders)
This is a great case study about how EHRP tells the story of their impact, from John Oliver to Skid Row in Los Angeles.
(Stoney deGeyter / Marketing Land)
Happy customers are good customers. Here’s how to increase user satisfaction throughout the conversion funnel.
(Jordan Valinsky / Digiday)
If you want a mask of your own, you’re out of luck. But if you want a lesson in virality, here you go.
(Todd Sherman / Twitter)
Twitter is making it easier to share media and hold conversations. Adios .@, we won’t miss you at all.
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