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The new Facebook Chairs ad doesn’t tell me anything about the social media site or their one billion user milestone. What is this spot telling me? Facebook has a place for everyone? I wasn’t aware that was a concern. “Gee, I hope Facebook has room for my account.” The whole Continue Reading
Roughly a month and a half until the November election in America. Seven weeks until the final, irreversible decision (unless the Supreme Court steps in again) is made by the People. In our current age of hyper-partisan rhetoric, unparalleled political vitriol, and record-breaking campaign spending, it is interesting to see that some Americans are still Continue Reading
The emergence of QR codes in the American marketplace has been precarious at best. Arriving (in earnest) about a decade after their adoption in Japan and partially in Europe, they were never sufficiently presented to the public. No mass adoption by advertisers and the lack of an education campaign from Continue Reading
We’ve been staring at the Windows flag for how long??? Microsoft has revealed their new logo after 25 years of the same ‘ol, same ‘ol. This is a testament to branding and how an image or symbol can be burned into the collective conscience of the masses. The Microsoft logo Continue Reading
“You’ve got to get a Facebook account!” “Everyone’s on Twitter.” “Pinterest is the best. It will help you spread the word.” Ignore the social media hype All of the above quotes are myths. Works of fiction. They could also be bad advice for a business owner. Social media isn’t for Continue Reading