Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’

July Recap: Got $10 Billion? Buy CNN… Or Snapchat

July bombarded us with world events too depressing to recap. In the midst of this madness, we banded together and watched soccer, wishing we could be best friends with Tim Howard as he made a record-setting 16 saves in a … Continue reading

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Native ads don’t have to suck. Here’s why

    There’s no question that native advertising is the future. Publishers badly need revenue and companies (or “brands” as they’re called in ad industry parlance) are willing to pay to get their name out of banner ads and into … Continue reading

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World Cup Report: Twitter, Tinder and Nate Silver

I have some bad news, friends. You and I will have to endure this entire week, and many more to come, without a single World Cup game to look forward to. As our productivity buzzes back up to normal levels … Continue reading

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6 Tools Every PR Professional Should Know About

The public relations industry is often characterized as fast-paced, stressful and always-on. With the proper tools, however, many day-to day tasks that are traditionally time-intensive or seemingly mundane can be simplified, freeing up time for the more strategic, creative and … Continue reading

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January in Review – From Richard Sherman to the Polar Vortex

Starting this month, we’ll be taking a look back at the most notable and buzzed about news of the month from the tech industry,pop culture or anything else that caught our attention. Here’s the inaugural list for January. Let us … Continue reading

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Bateman’s Own Elinor Mills Named Top 25 Female Infosec Leaders to follow on Twitter

This week, Information Security Buzz published a list of the top female information security leaders on Twitter, and our own director of content and media strategy Elinor Mills was listed as one to follow! Besides being a stellar tweeter, Elinor … Continue reading

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