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The FIR Podcast Network Everything Feed

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The FIR Podcast Network is the premiere podcast network for PR, organizational communications, marketing, and internal communications content. Each of the FIR Podcast Network's shows can be accessed individually. This is the EVERYTHING Feed, which gets you the latest episodes of every show in the network.
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access_time3 days ago
September's Circle of Fellows panel -- an hour-long conversation among a group of IABC Fellows -- explored alternatives and approaches for advancing careers in communications across multiple generations. Brad Whitworth moderated a panel that included Tamara Gillis, Mary Ann McCauley, Mark Schumann, and Brenda Siler.Continue Reading →
The post Circle of Fellows #25: Multigenerational Career Development appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time4 days ago
In this episode, Mitchell Levy (@HappyAbout), the AHA Guy at AHAthat, and Brett Labit (@BrettLabitsr), Chief Empowerment Officer of WEVO Global (http://www.wevoglobal.com), exchange insights with #ThoughtLeader Don Boyer, who is a filmmaker, motivational speaker, author of the bestselling book series, “The Power of Mentorship,” and founder of Carnegie Principle (https://www.carnegieprinciple.com). This TLL episode focuses on  Continue Reading →
The post #134: Don Boyer, Brett Labit & Mitchell Levy on Becoming Successful Inside and Outside appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time5 days ago
This week Kavita Singh and Suresh discussed the recent article from Economic Times:
How Amazon is going deeper into the hinterland with a gambit of unique offline-online blend
Amazon is in the news again with its project Udaan. An initiative that Amazon rolled out to expand its reach in Rural and semi rural areas by partnering with offline partners. Started in May 2015. We discussed the What, Why, How, Who and partners for the Project Udaan

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The post 119 : AMAZON INDIA TAKING OVER VILLAGE SHOPPING IN INDIA appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time7 days ago
If you work in employee communications, chances are you’re experiencing and communicating change in your organization. Want a master playbook on change management – in less than 30 minutes of your time? Well, here it is.
This month, we are delighted to welcome Mark Dollins, our former boss and now head of Executive and Global Employee Communications for DuPont, where among other duties he is tasked with driving change management communications for the enterprise. This year his team earned IABC Gold Quills and a PRSA Silver Anvil award for change management, employee engagement and employee communications.Continue Reading →
The post Episode #21 – Your change management playbook – with DuPont’s Mark Dollins appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time7 days ago
Neville and Shel got together for the September edition of The Hobson & Holtz Report to talk about the self-inflicted downfall of the UK PR agency, Bell Pottinger (and kudos to the PRCA for putting teeth in its ethics code); how various fields will be affected by speech recognition (including PR and communications); itch Joel's plea to the advertising industry to not mess up ads for voice; the proliferation of fake scientific journals (and what it means for the PR industry); Pew research that identifies five "types" of people who search for facts and information, with implications for content marketing; and the killing of British English by Americanisms (and whether it matters). In his Tech Report, Dan York explains why "Gutenberg," the WordPress editor, may take longer than expected to appear. Dan also talks about the launch of the new Internet Society website.Continue Reading →
The post FIR #105: Center Stage for Credible Sources appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time8 days ago
Interview of Andy Levine from DCI about Working with Destinations. Andy Levine has been with DCI (Development Counsellors International) since 1991. He is the son of founder Ted Levine, who started the company in 1960, and was thus introduced to the world of economic development and travel marketing pretty much at birth. He enjoys exploring  Continue Reading →
The post PASSPORT TRAVEL MARKETING & PR #010: WORKING WITH DESTINATIONS appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time10 days ago
Use and abuses of analytic tools, whether CEOs should have their own social media accounts and understanding the real value of social media to your business.Continue Reading →
The post FIR B2B #81: Getting real about social media’s value appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time11 days ago
In this FIR Interview, host Shel Holtz talks with Edelman's Phil Gomes, senior vice president of U.S. B2B Digital, about his new blockchain white paper, published by the American Association of Advertising Agencies. that makes the case for marketers and communicators to add blockchain technology to the list of technologies they must understand. some of the startups whose work could change communication processes and content, as well as other dimensions of blockchain that will soon be part of communication workflows.Continue Reading →
The post FIR Interview: Phil Gomes on Blockchain and the Marketing Value of Digital Permanence appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time12 days ago
In this FIR Interview, host Shel Holtz talks with Jen McClure about JEM Consulting's "State of Employee Advocacy" survey, including the connection between employee advocacy and social selling, whether employees who participate in an employee advocacy should have their involvement reflected in their performance evaluations, the role of advocacy amplification apps (and whether they can constitute an entire advocacy program), and some of the challenges of maintaining enthusiasm among ambassadors once a program is up and running.Continue Reading →
The post FIR Interview: Jen McClure on the State of Employee Advocacy appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time13 days ago
WHATSAPP FOR BUSINESS :

Biggest development of 2017
Released by Techcruch Article
Reported in India by Factordaily
200 million active users in India

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The post 118 : WHATSAPP FOR BUSINESS IN INDIA – A GAME CHANGER ? appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time14 days ago
This week we discuss two topics: Covering the Equifax data breach disaster and how we liked to receive PR pitches. We would love to hear your own ideas too.Continue Reading →
The post FIR B2B #80: The Equifax disaster and PR pitching tactics appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time14 days ago
Employee communication thought leaders Paul Barton and Sean Williams joined host Shel Holtz to talk about whether companies have improved their crisis and emergency communications since 9/11; why change communication should be part of the employee communication effort United Technologies will engage in as a result of its acquisition of Rockwell Collins; the heavily criticized crisis communication from Equifax in the wake of their recent data breach; the gap between HR and executives' perception of corporate culture; and why communicators need to stop looking at collaboration tools as communication tools.Continue Reading →
The post FIR #104: Two Versions of Three H’s appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time19 days ago
In this FIR Interview, host Shel Holtz spoke with Judith Platz and John Ragsdale, research vice presidents at the Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA) about the motivation for developing the"TSIA B2B Social Engagement Rating," the thinking behind low- and high-engagement activities, and how TSIA members (which includes the likes of Honeywell, Panasonic, NCR, Symantec, and Unisys) have responded to the rating.Continue Reading →
The post FIR Interview: Judith Platz and John Ragsdale on TSIA’s B2B Social Engagement Rating appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time20 days ago

Do we still need a website in 2017, with all the platforms like Google, Amazon, Facebook, LinkedIn why, which brands should have website.

The 117th episode of Digital India Podcast on FIR Podcast Network is brought to you by staff and students of  Web Marketing Academy
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The post DIGITAL INDIA #117 : ARE WEBSITES DEAD ? appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time21 days ago
Marshall Kirkpatrick and Augie Ray joined host Shel Holtz for conversations about the hashtag, which just celebrated its 10th birthday; a study that found people who get business communication featuring emojis don't think positive things about the person who sent it; Microsoft-based VR headsets that are about to hit the market at lower price points than the competition, potentially propelling Virtual Reality into the mainstream or not; Facebook Page reach has declined 20% in 2017; and why influencer marketing may be an oversold magic bullet. Dan York's Tech Report covers the impending change of the WordPress editor to a new "block-style" editor called "Gutenberg".Continue Reading →
The post FIR #103: #Happy #Birthday, #Hashtag appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time22 days ago
Interview of Louise Cottrell from TravelPinners.com about Pinterest: What is Pinterest? When would I want to use Pinterest Pinterest as a search engine, not a social network Getting ready for Pinterest Getting started with Pinterest and automation Get a free month of tailwind Louise Cottrell is the founder of TravelPinners.com, where she offers her talents  Continue Reading →
The post PASSPORT TRAVEL MARKETING & PR #009: PINTEREST appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time24 days ago
August's Circle of Fellows panel -- an hour-long conversation among a group of IABC Fellows -- tackled the issue of communications and social responsibility.Continue Reading →
The post Circle of Fellows #24: Fostering a Socially Responsible Organization appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time27 days ago
Bring your creative ideas to life
A new way to create mockups for adverts, share them with anyone and experience your work as if it's live

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The post #116 : GETTING CREATIVE WITH FACEBOOK CREATIVE HUB appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time28 days ago
Scott Monty and Laura Pevehouse joined host Shel Holtz for conversations about the uses to which social media's is being put by victims of flooding from Hurricane Harvey, candy companies are trying to find ways to make up for lost impulse sales as the number of cash registers declines; we've heard it before, but eMarketer insists it's for real this time: Teens are abandoning Facebook for Snapchat and Instagram (and maybe iMessage); Sonos, the Internet-of-Things speaker company, says existing customers won't get the option to opt out of a new privacy policy -- if you don't agree, your sound systems could stop working; we're visual creatures, so audio search may not take off the way some think it will; are all those differences between generations just so much nonsense (and is there really any such thing as a "digital native")? Dan York reports onContinue Reading →
The post FIR #102: Does VR Candy Taste As Good? appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time28 days ago
Crowded Ocean partners Carol Broadbent and Tom Hogan share some mold-breaking recommendations on how startups should build their marketing organizations. Among them: focus on product first, contract instead of hiring full-time and hire the CMO last.Continue Reading →
The post FIR B2B #79: How to find the right CMO for your startup appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time1 month ago
What me and my team learned in teaching Digital Marketing, In this weeks show we discussed:

How I got into teaching
How working and teaching is different
The Challenges in teaching Digital Marketing
Lessons Learned
Tips for anyone who like to teach Digital, Social Media marketing

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The post #115 : WHAT I LEARNED IN 7 YRS OF TEACHING DIGITAL MARKETING? appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time1 month ago
We offer our take on the James Damore memo on gender diversity and how Google handled it. Will this discussion get us into trouble? Will you unsubscribe? Will you judget us harshly?Continue Reading →
The post Oh Oh. Will we get into trouble for discussing this? appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time1 month ago
Nora Ganim Barnes and Michael Harry Klein joined host Shel Holtz for conversations about how one brand mishandled responding to a consumer's observation on Facebook; business was front-and-center in last week's political news; how Twitter manages to keep surviving; Amazon has launched a shoppable social network with limited availability; and Instagram got gamed, leading two companies to pay fees and give product to fake accounts. Dan York reports on the latest evolution of the Facebook News Feed, recording podcasts using Wire, the end of typing, and the ethics of CloudFlare kicking a white supremacist website off the Internet.Continue Reading →
The post FIR #101: Is Amazon Spark the Missing Social Media Link? appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time1 month ago
Don Lenihan talks with Joseph Thornley about open dialogue and deliberation, when they may work and what it will take to make them successful.Continue Reading →
The post Open dialogue: The answer to post-fact populism? appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time1 month ago
Interview of Angie Orth from Angie Away Media about running great press trips: What to do before the trip, during and after the press trip Is a press trip the right thing to accomplish your goals Angie Orth is works both sides of the media fence as a freelance publicist, journalist, digital strategist, travel &  Continue Reading →
The post PASSPORT TRAVEL MARKETING & PR #008: RUNNING GREAT PRESS TRIPS appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time1 month ago
In this episode, Mitchell Levy (@HappyAbout), the AHA Guy at AHAthat, and Brett Labit (@BrettLabitsr), Chief Empowerment Officer of WEVO Global (http://www.wevoglobal.com), exchange insights with #ThoughtLeader John King (@FlowDaddy13), founder of The Cultural Hero Project and the founding partner and CEO of Cultural Architecture (http://www.culturalarchitecture.com). This TLL episode focuses on shifting from the old paradigm  Continue Reading →
The post #133: John King, Brett Labit & Mitchell Levy on Authentic Leadership by Listening appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time1 month ago
Communicating research visually can be challenging. I have struggled to find really compelling examples of academics / researchers who are effective at using Instagram to communicate research. I was therefore grateful to come across the world of Paige Jarreau, a science communication specialist for the Louisiana State College of Science and previously a postdoctoral researcher studying and teaching science communication. She also leads Instagram training workshops, and on episode 66 of FIR on Higher Education, I interviewed her to discuss best practice and tips to consider.Continue Reading →
The post FIR on Higher Education #66: Perhaps You Should Communicate Your Research via Instagram? appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time1 month ago

How to set up Google ads quickly without any technical expertise is what this weeks podcast all about.

How can small and local businesses use Google Adwords Express. One of the fastest and easiest way to set up is by using Google Adwords Express. https://www.google.co.in/adwords/express/ Create your ad in less than 15 minutes, and only pay when potential customers click your ad to visit your website or give you a call.
 
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The post #114 : GOOGLE ADWORDS EXPRESS FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time1 month ago
The August Hobson & Holtz Report (and episode 100 of FIR) features conversation about a SNCR initiative to address fake news, an AI bot that detects plagiarism, a little-known Twitter feature that's helping Trump supporters amplify their messages, a new crop of agencies targeted Generation Z, and a Buffalo hotel adding Amazon Echoes to every room. Dan York's Tech Report covers Soundcloud and new features in Instagram and Facebook.Continue Reading →
The post FIR #100: Locked and Loaded appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time1 month ago
Facebook Watch: Whether you get dreck or something better says a lot about you. And Voice Search should enable you to say a lot.Continue Reading →
The post IPR 484 – Will Facebook do for video what it did for news? appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago
User experience expert Danielle Cooley talks about silly UX mistakes, tips for better navigation and misuses of the ubiquitous "hamburger menu."Continue Reading →
The post FIR B2B #78: Talking good and bad UX with Danielle Cooley appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago
This week in Digital India Podcast we discussed about our recent visit to IIMB - Indian Institute of Management Bangalore for an event called Eximius.
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The post #113 : Game of Clicks – IIM Bangalore appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago
How to juggle agency life with a successful literary career Host Sherrilynne Starkie sits down with Terry Fallis, Canadian author and founder of Thornley Fallis Communications to talk about how he manages two successful, yet demanding, careers. Terry, a two-time winner of the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour, is the award-winning author of six national  Continue Reading →
The post The Voice #111: A fireside chat with Novelist Terry Fallis appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago
Sherrilynne Starkie and Christopher Barger joined host Shel Holtz for conversations a federal district judge who ruled that a Loudon County, Virginia public official cannot block social media users from accessing the posts on her Facebook Page, which she set up to share information from her government role and to solicit feedback; a passenger ultimately called 911 after spending six hours on the tarmac with no air conditioning during one of the hottest days of the year (do these publicized passenger service crises have any real consequences for the airlines?); 70% of Americans say they would not apply for a job at a company that is getting bad press; a couple who trashed a wedding photographer online -- and encouraged followers to do the same -- was ordered to pay $1 million in damages (when does legitimate criticism cross the line?); the Pokémon Go Fest was a disaster, leading some event-goers to file a lawsuit and Niantic to postpone upcoming events in Europe; the short tenure of Anthony Scaramucci as the White House Director of Communications underscores a real problem in the business world: people hired to manage communications who have no communications experience; in his Tech Report, Dan York discusses the news out of Facebook that site loading speed will be a ranking factor for the NewsFeed.Continue Reading →
The post FIR #99: Let’s Invite the Regulators In appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago
Interview of Dalene Heck from Hecktic Media about how to choose the right influencers for a campaign. Break out your spreadsheets, and let Dalene add some rigor to the process. Dalene and Pete Heck run Hecktic Media Inc. which works with some of the world’s best new media talent to create highly influential and inspirational  Continue Reading →
The post PASSPORT TRAVEL MARKETING & PR #007: Vetting Influencers appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago
Our guest is Dermot O'Connor, VP of product and co-founder of Boxever, a marketing big data automation company. We focus on the changing nature of customer experience and how marketers can create micro-moments.Continue Reading →
The post FIR B2B #77: Imagining the future of customer experience around ‘micro moments’ appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago
The risks posed by the common use of digital and social media include several that social media and marketing teams typically don't consider. In early July, JEM Consulting & Advisory Services released the results of a new study, 2017 State of Digital & Social Media Risk. In addition to not having all the right players at the table when developing processes and policies for digital and social media, too many companies don't even have policies and even fewer conduct all-employee training. In this FIR Interview, host Shel Holtz spoke with Jen McClure, CEO of JEM, about the study.Continue Reading →
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access_time2 months ago
This week’s Digital India Podcast had students of WMA engage in a Q/A session with founder Suresh where they enquired and discussed the past, present and future of  digital marketing.
The podcast begins with small introductions of the students and leads us to Suresh’s journey into the digital world and how he has and wishes to keep contributing by bringing awareness about the digital evolution.
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The post DIGITAL INDIA #112 : STUDENTS QUESTIONS? MY ANSWERS… appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago
Jen Phillips and Doug Haslam joined host Shel Holtz for conversations about Twitter's plan to introduce a $99 monthly subscription service as it loses 1 million American users, Procter & Gamble dropping millions of dollars in digital ad spending and not detecting any difference in sales, Volkswagen's approach to rebuilding employee confidence after its emissions scandal, a study from MWWPR that finds one-third of Americans are brand activists, and Augmented Reality's potential to change the way we make decisions. In his Tech Report, Dan York covers Flash's demise, Russia's ban on VPNs, and more.Continue Reading →
The post FIR #98: We Really Hate Those Toilet Paper Bears appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago
Gini Dietrich and Joseph Thornley discuss what the demise of Sean Spicer and the appointment by Donald Trump of Anthony Scaramucci as White House Communications Director says to professional communicators and what it means for professional communicatioContinue Reading →
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access_time2 months ago
This week’s Digital India Podcast we discussed Recently launched "Reliance JioPhone" and here we discussed it features and how this is going to impact Digital Marketing in India.
Reliance Jio announced its feature phone called "India ka Smartphone" on Friday 21st July 2017. The Jio Phone’s effective price is Rs 0, that means to buy this phone you have to pay Rs. 1,500 which is fully refundable after 3 years. Plans start at Rs.153 with unlimited data, voice, and SMS per month. However, the voice will be always free.
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The post DIGITAL INDIA #111 : WILL JIO PHONE PRICE ZERO CHANGE THE DIGITAL MARKETING appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago
Tyler Brown, long-time communications exec at the Republican National Committee, shares his experiences and insights with Gini Dietrich, Martin Waxman and Joseph ThornleyContinue Reading →
The post Inside PR 482: Political communications in the era of Donald Trump appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago
Shonali Burke and Olivier Blanchard joined host Shel Holtz for conversations about Gillette's inadvertent mailing of razors to women and older meant when they're meant for young men reaching their 18th birthday; the rise of chatbots as a marketing tool; unconscious bias in the workplace and its consequences and cures; oil companies looking to hire Millennials who have made the environment their top issue; and Delta's response to an attack from political commentator Ann Coulter.Continue Reading →
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access_time2 months ago
Interview of Angela Berardino from Turner PR about PR agency life in the travel space: retention and training, crisis management, client management and creativity. Angela Berardino is a Chief Strategy and Integration Officer at Turner PR, where she oversees strategic public relations, brand collaboration and digital integration oversight for domestic and international tourism offices, hotel  Continue Reading →
The post PASSPORT TRAVEL MARKETING & PR #006: PR AGENCY LIFE appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago
One of the most comment ambitions expressed by communicators is to get that coveted "seat at the table." The fact is, you don't need a seat at any table (wherever the table may be) to become a trusted strategic adviser to company leader. In this month's Circle of Fellows podcast, four IABC Fellows discuss what it means to be an adviser and what it takes to earn the level of trust that has leaders calling you before they make a decision or problems arise, quoting you when you're not in the room, and counting on you to help them achieve results and solutions that matter to them.Continue Reading →
The post Circle of Fellows #23: Becoming a Strategic Adviser appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago
What can be better than combining two of your passions to launch a new business? That's exactly what David Meerman Scott did when he opened the doors of Signature Tones, which he describes as a "sonic branding studio" that he started with his partner, musician Juanito Pascual. The agency, which lets Scott apply his marketing skills to his love of music, creates sonic logos and original music designed to become as recognizable when heard as logos and trademarks are when seen. In this FIR Interview, host Shel Holtz talks with Scott about his inspiration for the company, the process he and Pascual use, a case study from one of their early clients, and some of the uses for sonic branding that probably haven't occurred to you yet.Continue Reading →
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access_time2 months ago
Hard to believe, but we made it to podcast #20! (Sharon and I want to thank all of our listeners for sticking with us this far.) In this episode, we talk to David Cronin, chief technology officer of DevFacto, about how we can better measure our digital communications.Continue Reading →
The post Episode 20: Taking the Mystery Out of Digital Measurement appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
access_time2 months ago

 This week's Digital India Podcast we discussed how a 106-year-old Grandma from South India is a YouTube star. For those who dont know Mastanamma from Andhra Pradesh is a traditional South Indian Cook, who used to cook yummy food for their family, his grandson and his friend decided to quit their job and create a YouTube channels focusing on Cooking, that's when his Mom told them to try grandma;s cooking, they tried and as told it was delicious, so they decided to start a channel.

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access_time2 months ago
In the July installment of The Hobson & Holtz Report, Neville and Shel talked about a 15-year-old participating in a Work Experience program who took over the Twitter account of the beleaguered Southern Rail in the U.K; an experiment by the online publication Quartz to add display-type ads in the text of stories that let users ask an Artificial Intelligence-based chatbot named Hugo for more information about just the stuff they're interested in; whether Artificial Intelligence eventually take over the creative side of content marketing; Takata's air bag crisis, which is now in its second decade; workarounds and system-gaming by brands and publishers frustrated that they can't get the results they want on the social media channels they're using, and the true cost of cybercrime to afflicted companies (there's a communication angle.) Dan York's Tech Report looks at Microsoft's new LinkedIn app for Windows 10, issues with the Skype app rollouts for iOS and Android and the changes those issues prompted, and why some publishers are abandoning Snapchat for Instagram.Continue Reading →
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access_time2 months ago
Really, we’re not making this stuff up.Continue Reading →
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