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Will There Be a Domino's Effect on Social Media?
September 3rd, 2015 by Shivani Sinha
Have you seen the new Domino's ad? You know, the one where Sarah Hyland orders a pizza with an emoji of a pizza? ​It’s not the first time a big brand has turned to social media in such a direct way to drive sales. Just take a look at Amazon's strategy from last year, where consumers could use a hashtag that would automatically...

Your Library Card: The New Multi-Pass for Entertainment and...Gaming?
September 3rd, 2015 by Jessica N. Abraham-Hogan
If you haven’t visited a library in some-odd years, chances are you still think people are going to the library to study and read 800-page encyclopedias on some war we never heard about. Well, actually, you could be right, because learning is “fun-for-da-mental,” but you would also be wrong. Here’s why: Today, many people are heading to their local libraries as a center for tech access to the ever-evolving world. Whether your computer’s charger blew up for the umpteenth time...
Spiraled and Pulled Back: 'Manely' Inspired by Uber
September 1st, 2015 by Jessica N. Abraham-Hogan
Inspired by Uber, Marcella Ellis, a Virginia business owner, has deployed a new “mane” attraction. Holding a firm grasp on her position in the hair care and distribution industry, she has been instituting new standards and making innovations that most salons will “dye” for. Literally. Top-notch salons pride themselves on being able to provide clientele with personalized experiences that require getting to know the client and their specialized needs. Upon getting to know clientele, they are able to coordinate supply and demand to meet with the frequency of their visits to the shop. But what happens when they start to come more frequently, start requiring new demand, and start referring their friends?
Protecting Video Content on Facebook
August 31st, 2015 by Jessica Cherok
Facebook is doing more to protect its push toward more video content. Last week, the social media giant announced its development of a "video matching technology" that will detect content posted without the creator's permission. According to Facebook, "Our matching tool will evaluate millions of video..."
Instagram Stops Being Such a Square
August 28th, 2015 by Jessica Cherok
Instagram has finally done away with the square photo format, and frankly, it's about time. The photo-sharing site has been square-only since its creation in 2010. As its popularity soared, it added filters and other photo editing features. But the company remained true to the square format.
Video Autoplay Needs to Stop
August 27th, 2015 by Jessica Cherok
There are probably very few people who haven't been outed for perusing social media at work by autoplay videos. Suddenly sound starts playing and the whole office knows you're not working diligently on that TPS report. Yesterday, however, video autoplay took a horrific turn.
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