China’s biggest viral game this week was an unlikely hit. Released in conjunction with the country’s 19th Party Congress on Wednesday, the game gets you to literally clap as hard as you can to Chinese president, Xi Jinping, as he delivers the Communist Party’s plan for the future. SEE ALSO: WhatsApp gets blocked behind China’s […]
Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
The taxi cabs in two popular U.S. destinations have responded to the millions of Chinese tourists coming in every year. By next month, tens of thousands of cabs in New York City and Las Vegas will accept Alipay, China’s nearly ubiquitous mobile payment mode. This will apply to 2,100 taxis in Vegas by the end […]
Sure, they’re scary, but sometimes it’s worth putting on a brave front. Contributor Sherry Bonelli demystifies techniques that can yield sweet treats. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Debating whether you should buy, rent or build your own martech software? Columnist David Rodnitzky explains why building your own martech software is almost always a bad idea. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Of all of the possible SEO problems to tackle, columnist Ryan Shelley says duplicate content is one of the easiest. Learn why, and get the scoop on what you need to do. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Harvey Weinstein poured kerosene. Now, 13 million women are lighting the match and blowing up social media with the two words #MeToo.
In addition to making search ads available to all advertisers, Pinterest is adding an option to automatically target related pins. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.