We are hiring: Junior Digital Specialist
Job description This is an entry-level digital marketing position. We are looking for someone we can work with and train to become a fully proficient expert in digital marketing. We work with non-profits around the world to help promote important progressive issues, like climate change and clean energy solutions, voters rights, income equality, LGBTQ equality, […]
Google’s March 2023 Core Update: What You Need to Know
On March 14th, 2023, Google rolled out its latest core update, which is set to have a significant impact on search engine results pages (SERPs). This update is part of Google’s ongoing effort to improve the quality of search results for users, and it’s important for businesses and website owners to understand how it may affect their online presence.
Twitter’s New Blue Check Program: What You Need to Know
Twitter recently announced that it is revamping its verification process and bringing back the infamous blue checkmark. This program is set to help users easily identify authentic and notable accounts on the platform, while also providing more transparency on how the verification process works.
Artificial Intelligence Revolutionizes Digital Marketing: Strategies and Opportunities
The digital marketing landscape has evolved rapidly in recent years, and artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as a significant driving force behind this transformation. As methods of AI becomes more sophisticated, it is increasingly being integrated into various aspects of digital marketing, from content creation to customer engagement. This article explores the ways AI is […]
Stanford Report on Social Media Astroturfing in the U.S. Election
A new report by the Stanford Cyber Policy Center uncovers a political consultancy’s attempt at using social media platforms to manufacture a fake grassroots social movement. The report, titled: Reply-Guys Go Hunting: An Investigation into a U.S. Astroturfing Operation on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, uncovers the work of an Arizona-based consulting firm call Rally Forge. […]
The One Computer Security Measure I bet you haven’t thought about
There are a ton of tools out there to help ensure your computer is not compromised. One I see a lot of people using is a small sticker over their built-in laptop camera to keep any prying eyes from infiltrating and recording what they are up to. I think this is a great idea and […]
When Your Tweet is on the James Corden Late, Late Show
Yesterday was confusing. Trump retweeted me, and myself, along with most of the internet was like: “whaaaaaaat”? Turns out James Corden, host of the Late, Late Show was just as confused. Watch it:
Donald Trump Retweeted me. The internet is confused and so am I
This morning I woke up to a gazillion notifications on Twitter and my first thought was: “oh crap, what did I do now?!” After all, if you’ve read a book like So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed, you know that things can go really bad, really fast on social media if you’re not actively thinking through […]
A must read: What if Facebook Is the Real ‘Silent Majority’?
Better or for worse, I am addicted to politics and this recent article by Kevin Roose at the New York Times is a must read for anyone else watching or engaging in US politics. If you don’t have time to read the whole thing or are stuck on a paywall here are the three key […]
Don’t Pay the Troll Toll 😂: How to Deal with Trolls on Facebook
The “post-truth” digital landscape is full of real people and bots who seem programmed and with no other purpose than to tear you–and reality as a whole–down. What’s even more pathetic is that they seem to find joy in doing so and contribute little else. Trolling. It’s ugly. But all hope is not lost. The […]