Social media in the midterms, e-waste culture, Amazon’s new headquarters: A tech news breakdown — Technically Speaking

In this episode of Technically Speaking with Michael Nuñez, we analyze how Techtober hype feeds into holiday gadget shopping and increasing e-waste culture, unregulated election meddling via social media platforms, and Amazon’s media stunt to find a home for its new HQ2. Read more… More about Amazon, Mashable Video, Social Media, E Waste, and Standalone… Continue Reading Social media in the midterms, e-waste culture, Amazon’s new headquarters: A tech news breakdown — Technically Speaking

Limiting social media use reduced loneliness and depression in new experiment

The idea that social media can be harmful to our mental and emotional well-being is not a new one, but little has been done by researchers to directly measure the effect; surveys and correlative studies are at best suggestive. A new experimental study out of Penn State, however, directly links more social media use to… Continue Reading Limiting social media use reduced loneliness and depression in new experiment

Weekend Favs November 10

Weekend Favs November 10 written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. I don’t go into depth about the finds, but encourage you to check them out if they sound interesting. The… Continue Reading Weekend Favs November 10

Get Your Free Test Discovery Tool to Help Log all the Results and Discoveries from Your Company’s Marketing Tests

Come budget time, do you have an easy way to show all the results from your testing? Not just conversion lifts, but the golden intel that senior business leaders crave — key insights into customer behavior. To help you do that, we’ve created the free MECLABS Institute Test Discovery Tool, so you can build a… Continue Reading Get Your Free Test Discovery Tool to Help Log all the Results and Discoveries from Your Company’s Marketing Tests

TAG-certified ad channels shown to reduce invalid traffic by more than 80 percent, again

The second annual report on the efforts by this anti-fraud industry group finds that agencies, ad platforms and publishers following its guidelines reduced this fraud to under two percent. The post TAG-certified ad channels shown to reduce invalid traffic by more than 80 percent, again appeared… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article. Powered… Continue Reading TAG-certified ad channels shown to reduce invalid traffic by more than 80 percent, again