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Holograms are taking over advertising

Popular brands like Samsung and Intel have joined the future. Both companies are beginning to use holographic advertising for their products. The end result is insanely realistic.  Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story » Advertising

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Target is betting on dog toys to help it stave off Amazon’s charge

Target will start carrying products from Bark, the pet company behind the pet subscription service Barkbox. The deal is Target’s follows similar partnerships with the men’s shaving brand Harry’s and mattress startup Casper. The move is part of Target’s ongoing attempt to lock arms with a growing list of e-commerce natives as […]

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Authenticity Matters: The Marketer’s Guide to Choosing Compelling User-Generated Photos

Marketers and writers of the world, let’s chat about something important, yet overlooked: The visuals that accompany our written work. If you’re anything like me, you probably just let out an audible groan. Bonus points if it startled the person next to you. Visuals are usually left […]

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Email Automation 101: How To Use Automation

“Email automation.” You hear the phrase again and again. But if you’re new to the email marketing game, you probably have a few questions about it! So, to help you get a better grasp on what it is, why it’s important and how it can help you […]

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I gave a talk at Google and witnessed a perfect example of how badly broken the culture of the tech industry is today – Business Insider

Business Insider I gave a talk at Google and witnessed a perfect example of how badly broken the culture of the tech industry is todayBusiness InsiderFive years ago, Silicon Valley was rocked by a wave of “brogrammer” bad behavior, when overfunded, highly entitled, mostly white and male […]

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New York Times columnist David Brooks wants Google’s CEO to resign – Business Insider

Business Insider New York Times columnist David Brooks wants Google's CEO to resignBusiness InsiderAs controversy continues to swirl around fired Google engineer James Damore and his memo about gender diversity, longtime New York Times columnist David Brooks has placed blame squarely on the shoulders of Google CEO […]

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A Wall Street analyst’s ‘hot mic’ upstaged Snapchat’s CEO and stole the show (SNAP)

A Wall Street analyst upstaged Snap CEO Evan Spiegel on the company’s Q2 conference call thanks to a classic “hot mic” snafu.  It happened towards the end of Snap’s 60-minute call on Thursday, lending a comedic, and perhaps fitting, finish to the discussion about the business’ underwhelming performance.  Spiegel and […]

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Sales of Snapchat’s camera glasses are already slowing (SNAP)

Snap’s camera-equipped sunglasses, Spectacles, were launched with plenty of fanfare. But after a little over half a year on the market, sales are already slowing. In its Q2 earnings report on Thursday Snap revealed it had generated $ 5.4 million in “other” revenue down from $ 8.3 million […]

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How to make sense of Facebook’s new video platform, Watch – Washington Post

Washington Post How to make sense of Facebook's new video platform, WatchWashington PostFacebook Watch, the social network's new video site, starts rolling out Thursday. Watch is the social network's first attempt to showcase videos made specifically for Facebook — and change the way we watch video in […]

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Facebook launches Watch tab of original video shows – TechCrunch

TechCrunch Facebook launches Watch tab of original video showsTechCrunchFacebook has a new home for original video content produced exclusively for it by partners, who will earn 55 percent of ad break revenue while Facebook keeps 45 percent. The “Watch” tab and several dozen original shows will start […]

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