April 18, 2012 | By

To Pin or Not To Pin?

Pinterest was named the fastest growing social media site with 11.7 million monthly U.S. visitors and 10 million new members in the quickest amount of time.  In February, Pinterest accumulated more traffic to websites than Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube combined, according to CNNMoney. For those of you that don’t know, Pinterest is the social …+

April 17, 2012 | By

Today Is The Day to E-File

Are you amongst the 19% of Americans (according to Rasmussen Reports) who haven’t filed their taxes yet? Rasmussen Reports also found that 66% so far are filing their taxes electronically (e-filing). So if you still need to file your income taxes and you know who you are, a blog on Huffington Post’s website provides helpful last-minute …+

April 16, 2012 | By

From Cardboard Arcade to Famous in a Day

I think sometimes, especially for those of us who work in the tech world, with all of the incredible advances and the cool gadgets out there, it can be easy to take the internet for granted. This video was a good opportunity for me to take a step back and appreciate the thing that has …+

April 9, 2012 | By

Photos – The new age of storytelling

If you didn’t pick up on it already, @Facebook ’s acquisition of @Instagram for 1 billion dollars is pretty solid evidence that photo editing and sharing apps are all the rage in the mobile space right now. Even though Facebook paid double what Instagram was valued at, according to @VentureBeat, there’s no mistaking its value …+

Feb. 24, 2012 | By

Apps, Apps and More Apps

We all know how pervasive mobile apps have become—most of us use one or more apps in our daily lives. There are nearly 1 million apps currently available: approximately 600,000 iOS and 400,000 Android. According to a survey by Robert Half Technology featured in a recent FierceMobileIT article, nearly half of US businesses will have …+

Feb. 17, 2012 | By

DEBATE: Social Media’s Privacy Invasion

By Katie Lister & Laura Keesee A recent article in Mashable, “Twitter: Yes, We Keep Your iPhone Contacts Too”, details the recent controversy surrounding the Path iOS app. Turns out Path has been storing contact information from users of the app on its servers. But they are not the only ones; Twitter revealed that it has …+

Feb. 16, 2012 | By

Pondering the Future of Journalism and PR

I’ve often told friends and family that one of the greatest things about the PR industry (besides the minor detail about actually liking it) is that it’s basically a recession proof industry. Everyone needs PR – whether you’re Charlie Sheen or Dove soap. And most companies use it, whether the public realizes it or not  …+

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