Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

Bateman Group’s Client Spotlight 7.25.2014

Facebook’s Q2 earnings wasn’t the only heel-clicking news dominating headlines this week. Following Zuckerberg’s conference call, Greats Brand — dubbed the Warby Parker of men’s footwear — reported the company has sold over $100,000 in shoes, projecting a $1.6 million … Continue reading

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Native advertising is riding a monster mobile wave

Argue all you want about native advertising, but it’s the new reality of a mobile world. Facebook’s second-quarter earnings report on Wednesday underscored the increasing relevance of mobile users for ad dollars. Mobile daily active users surged to a whopping … Continue reading

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June Recap: Fire Phone, Silicon Valley and Why Facebook is Creepy

This month’s news had us looking past June gloom and towards the radiating landscape of product announcements, weird findings and hot rivalries between corporate giants. Before we all jump on the boycott-Belgium-waffles bandwagon, let’s take a look at the top … Continue reading

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February in Review – From the WhatsApp Acquisition to the Death of Flappy Bird

It”s that time again — Bateman’s monthly review of the most notable and buzzed about news spanning tech, pop culture and everything in-between. When you”re done reading, feel free to share your thoughts and any big news we may have … Continue reading

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Bateman Group to host panel on "Journalists Turned PR Pros"

Leaving journalism to work in PR has been quite a ride (which I actually wrote about in a three-part series that starts here). Since I started at Bateman Group last year I have casually swapped notes with Michael Kanellos, a … Continue reading

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Leveraging Internet Memes to Promote Your Company – Harlem Shake Edition

It’s no secret that there’s a talent war in Silicon Valley, and an increasing number of companies in the Bay Area specifically point out that one of biggest problems is recruiting and keeping “A” talent. Startups have more cash than … Continue reading

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