Danny Sullivan captured the stats, the announcement and offered an initial “hands on” impression of the new video-recording feature on Instagram. My initial reaction, having just downloaded the iOS update, is that it works as advertised. It’s simple, has several very nice features… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Three years after iCrossing’s acquisition by Hearst for $325 million, the digital marketing firm’s CEO Don Scales is leaving his post. iCrossing’s current president of North America Brian Powley will succeed Scales as iCrossing’s global president. Scales joined iCrossing in… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
I’ve joined the Google Glass crowd, picking up my pair last Friday. Perhaps the biggest adjustment is understanding that Glass isn’t like a smartphone, where you select and use apps. Sure, there’s a Twitter app. A Facebook App. Even apps from the New York Times and CNN. But you… Please visit Marketing Land for the […]
Google Glass isn’t publicly available yet, and even the Explorer edition is supposed to only be for US residents, but that’s not stopping the Canadian government from getting out in front of what it considers to be several privacy issues surrounding the device. Data protection… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Facebook’s promised release of Hashtags has started to roll out. This opens up a whole new front for Facebook in terms of data collection and will change the way users use the platform. But, what does this mean for marketers, and how can we take advantage? In essence, the hashtag functionality is… Please visit Marketing […]
Following the NSA-PRISM surveillance revelations last week and “direct-access rebuttals” by other major tech firms, Apple has released a similar statement denying that the government has unfettered access to its users’ data. Apple said, “We do not provide any government… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Last night what might be called a “transparency battle” erupted between Google and Facebook following Facebook’s disclosure of government-related user-data requests: For the six months ending December 31, 2012, the total number of user-data requests Facebook received from any and… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.