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 165: BL and David discussed how Facebook fake news impacted the 2016 Presidential election; a professor who was “not arrested” for free speech; Adobe’s audio Photoshop; the Trump Shopping Network; Technology Cautionary Tales; SNL’s Hallelujah; our hard-partying Founding Fathers; the BMW Films sequel; the Story of Election 2016; the Internet of Cows; solar rooftops; the First Draft Coalition; #TwitterAwards; and much, much more.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed Trump’s Twitter woes; killing baby Hitler; tech journalism backlash; Pepsi’s failure to stock up for Back To The Future Day; racist Twitter trolls boycott Star Wars; a teen Vine star; PR for ad agencies; Twitter polls; Facebook search; USA Today’s Back To The Future wrap; Amazon sues fake reviewers; YouTube going Red; New York Times’ submersive journalism; facial recognition for health care; super secure passwords; Nixon’s tweets; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed the National Hockey League’s decision to ban the Periscope and Meerkat live video streaming apps from their games; the Android logo pissing on the Apple logo discovered in Google Maps; Coca-Cola’s Earth Day tweets; Facebook’s new newsfeed algorithm; the Twizzler Challenge; brands embracing pot culture; a suicide prevention effort; kids attacking Dunkin Donuts; artificially intelligent toys; Kinect’s improved motion-detection technology; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.
Beyond Social Media Show, Episode 33 What brand is king of the @reply on Twitter? – According to a study by Simply Measured it’s Pizza Hut Spoof Cards – This is a cool app that allows you to play sounds in the background of your call that create a picture of where you’d like […]