Facebook’s journey till now has been amazing. Having started as a simple platform to connect with friends and acquaintances has moved forward in great strides. Read more
The last thing they want—or expect—to see in their news feed is a blatant sales pitch from your brand.
Posts that scream “buy me, buy me” are jarring . . .
Planning your 2015 social media campaign? Need to get some expert advice on the matter? Well, in case you haven’t heard, social media is now increasingly turning towards video marketing. Over the last few years, online video has proven to be the most engaging and compelling form of content for social media users who watch and share thousands of them every single minute. Read more
Movember benefits an awesome cause, and the way it is marketed is very effective. What is so appealing about growing a mustache for men’s health? And how can you incorporate Movember’s marketing lessons into your own general marketing campaigns? Read more
Business owners, entrepreneurs and marketers have been wondering if they should just give up Facebook altogether and move elsewhere. I’ve heard so many people’s complaints. “Facebook doesn’t work anymore.” “My page has no reach.” “I hate Facebook.” “Nobody sees my posts.” The list goes on and on. So, is it time to give up Facebook? Read more
Tim Johnson, the South Dakota Democrat who wrote a bill to eliminate Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, sat in the walnut-paneled chambers of the Senate Banking Committee yesterday and said Congress might never get rid of the two companies. Read more
Britain’s biggest mortgage lenders face weakening earnings growth as potential homebuyers pull back before next year’s general election, regulators tighten financing and the economy slows. Read more
As more San Jose homes are opening doors for short-term rentals to travelers through websites like Airbnb, city officials are seeking to create an ordinance that would lay down some ground rules. Read more
Just southeast of Cambridge in the village of Grantchester, this former school dating to the 1860s was updated and expanded starting in the 1980s. The five-bedroom four-and-a-half bath home now has about 2,800 square feet of living space spread over two interconnected structures. Original details like tiled roofs, vaulted ceilings and arched doorways have been preserved. Read more
Theaster Gates had a vision of creating an affordable housing collaborative for local artists. The artist set his eyes on a vacant building owned by the Chicago Housing Authority, and on Thursday his vision became a reality. Read more
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