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5 Ways Brands Can Harness the Power of Touch and Visually Entice Consumers...

We spend more time staring at screens than sleeping. We're bombarded daily by a relentless fusillade of information--some valid, much of it vapid. Political polarization, trolls and manufactured...

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Voice Assistants Are the New Emily Post

In 2016, a U.K. grandmother got a special nod from Google as a result of her very polite web searches, which included both "please" and "thank you," a flourish few others have likely ever used. Since...

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Facebook’s Today In Local News and Information Feature Is Now Available in...

Facebook is expanding the Today In feature for local news and information to more markets, and the social network also began testing local alerts from government and first-responder pages. Today In...

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Enforcement of Facebook’s Political Ad Restrictions Just Began in the U.K.

Facebook announced in October that several of the initiatives regarding political advertising that were introduced in the U.S. earlier this year were being extended to the U.K., and enforcement of...

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Facebook Considered Charging Developers for Access to User Data, Court...

Facebook considered charging app developers for access to Facebook user data, according to unredacted court filings from an ongoing legal dispute between the social media company and an app developer....

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Bustle Digital Group Buys Mic for an Estimated $5 Million

Executives at digital news publisher Mic managed to lay off nearly the entire company and secure a new owner all in one day. The company, which launched with a splash as a go-to news source for...

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Facebook Is Testing a Way for Users to Block Specific Words, Phrases and Emojis

Facebook announced in October that it was testing ways for people to more easily search for and block offensive words from appearing in comments on their posts, and it appears that the social network...

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Apple’s Group FaceTime Is the Tool of Kings in This Charming Ad Featuring...

When might you want to connect with more than 30 friends via the iPhone's Group FaceTime video chat? Well, perhaps you're an Elvis impersonator looking to harmonize with your fellow Kings all around...

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Yahoo News Defends Controversial Campaign Featuring ‘Polarizing’ Issues

Yahoo News stands by an ad it released after backlash over the language it used. The ad has a barrier with one wall that says "immigrants enrich us" in blue and another that says "immigrants endanger...

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To Confront Stigmas, This Pop-Up Massage Spa Is Staffed Only by HIV-Positive...

A Canadian medical center is employing the personal touch to fight prejudice and dispel misconceptions by opening a pop-up spa where all 15 massage therapists are HIV-positive. The provocative...

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Badger & Winters Joins Recently-Formed Holding Company Plan A

Plan A, the holding company formed this June by Untitled Worldwide founding partner and CEO MT Carney and former Droga5 CEO Andrew Essex, has added independent New York agency Badger & Winters. The...

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The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Is a Marketing Juggernaut With Waning...

On Sunday night, CBS will air Victoria's Secret's annual fashion show. The event, which was taped in November in New York, is the lingerie brand's yearly pinnacle. Since its first iteration in 1995,...

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Stats of the Week, Tick-Tock Edition

It's only been a week since Black Friday, yet it seems like it was a century ago. With all the big news from this week, it's easy to forget that history has a way of not only repeating itself, but also...

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Houston Rockets, Milwaukee Bucks, Philadelphia 76ers Fast Break on Social in...

The Houston Rockets and Milwaukee Bucks continued to lead National Basketball Association teams in growth on Facebook and Twitter, respectively, in November, while the Philadelphia 76ers surged on...

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Data Is Helping Creatives Find New Sources for Innovation and Design

Data is rapidly emerging as the next frontier in design. Nearly every designer today works with it, and it increasingly plays a role in nearly every part of the creative workflow. And creative...

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New Balance Used Neuroscience to Track Consumer Attention and Trim Its NYC...

New Balance took a new approach to its New York City Marathon campaign earlier this month, using a compression algorithm from Nielsen Consumer Neuroscience to inform how it edited its 30-second spot...

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How Bonobos Reinforces Its Startup Culture on Cyber Monday

"Live from New York, It's Chaturday Night Live!" At Bonobos' New York headquarters on Cyber Monday, the clothing company tipped its cap to SNL during a sketch at its eighth annual Cyber Monday...

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Cars.com Is the Latest to Take Digital Media Buying—Including...

Chicago-based Cars.com, the online site that connects consumers to car sellers, is now the latest company to bring its digital media buying in-house. Duties that were taken in-house include paid...

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YouTube Stories Is Now Available to Creators With Over 10,000 Subscribers

Is the stories format about to take off on YouTube? The Google-owned video site apparently thinks so. Product lead Todd Sherman announced in a blog post that YouTube Stories are now available to all...

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All Episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly Are Now on Facebook...

Fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel and Firefly now have a new way to satisfy their appetites, as every episode of the three classic television shows is now available on Facebook Watch, thanks to a...

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