On Episode 207, BL and David discuss the top ten marketing screw ups they’ve covered for 2017, among them United Airlines beating up a passenger and Pepsi appropriating the Black Lives Matter movement.
Episode 156: BL and David discuss Beauty.ai and Facebook Trending Stories’ runaway algorithms; Twitter’s potential sale; dirty underwear; sponsored Periscope streams; Gary Johnson’s Aleppo moment; GoPro’s media empire ambitions; Instagram’s disappearing Photo Map; Google Plus’ makeover; Street View for vintage San Francisco; New York Subway eBooks; plus cool apps, interesting stats, and more.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed the fallout over the Ashley Madison hack; real-time tweets in Google desktop search; bid a fond farewell to the real-life Batman; the Straight Outta meme; McDonald’s viral photo poach; buzzwords to ban; Comcast’s Watchable; Josh Groban’s singable Trump tweets; real-life tweets on Twitter; Bloomberg’s social media brand ratings; predictive photography; Mastercard’s SelfiePay; Boston Dynamics’ robot takes a stroll through the woods; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed Twitter’s DM expansion; Snoop Dogg’s campaign for Twitter CEO; Safari content blocking capabilities; LeBron’s wardrobe malfunction; Joyce Carol Oates’ outrage; public relations’ PR problem; the Coke/boob challenge; tampons for a cause; GIFographics; yawning billboards; Kid President’s campaign against hunger; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Episode 80: The Seattle Seahawks’ MLK Day mis-Tweet; interviews with the President by three YouTube stars; NHL & GoPro; cool marketing tools & much more.
Beyond Social Media episode 45: NYPD Twitterstorm, Google+ is dead, Cinematique’s touchable videos, 1st Bank’s Google Glass spoof, shiny new stuff & stats.
This episode: Van Damme’s Volvo video; Google+ flaw; Katie Couric goes to Yahoo!; Coca-Cola kills the press release; Smithsonian does 3D printing; KLM Royal Dutch Airlines shines on Twitter.