Beyond Social Media - Careful With That Tweet - Episode 311

Episode 311: BL and David discuss Twitter’s plans to prompt you to give a second thought to that link you’re about to share; Twitter spruces up its lists; Google’s financial commitment to help news organizations devastated by the pandemic; Campaign Monitor’s email engagement survey; adopting dogs via Zoom; insane LEGO contraptions; KSTP TV’s new long-form newscasts; Proctor & Gamble’s active anti-racism PSA; Jason Calacanis’ call to fund a Facebook alternative; Google scrolling your website; Twitter’s Fail on Trump tweets; Google’s cheapskate ad credits;..and much, much more.

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Beyond Social Media - COVID-19 Commerce - Episode 302

Episode 302: BL and David discuss COVID-19 commerce changes; Facebook’s COVID-19 Community launch with a film; Google’s free ads for SMBs; Freelancers Union’s Freelance Relief Fund; Medtronic’s DIY ventilator specs; Mark Cuban’s 3M snark; USAA’s compassionate ad; coronavirus dating by drone; Twitter’s calendar of Tweets for businesses; planting Victory Gardens; companies that laid off employees via Zoom; Adobe’s online summit points the way to post pandemic future; CuriosityStream lowers price to $1 a month; MailChimp presents films from cancelled SXSW; “Selling a President 2020” posts episode 2; Joe Biden’s “Here’s the Deal” podcast debuts; WFH is bad news for some podcasts; and much, much more.

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Beyond Social Media - 2019 Most Horrific Marketing Stories - Episode 286

Episode 286: BL and David discuss the six most horrific marketing stories of the year; Senator Mitt Romney’s Twitter persona, Pierre Delecto; the creepy and compelling Skin-On interface; Google’s olfactory artificial intelligence algorithm; Washington Post’s Arc CMS becomes a subscription service; Amazon launching a news app; Google testing lead-generation form ads;…and much, much more.

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Beyond Social Media - Artificial Intelligence - Episode 277

Episode 277: BL and David discuss the hacked presidential seal that satirizing 45 as a Russian puppet during a recent speech; a brilliantly creative LinkedIn post that illustrates the power of breaking expectations; OpenAI’s technology that is too dangerous to release; the Washington Post’s securing and publishing of the DEA database that tracks prescription opioid shipments; an AI app that turns your photo into a Renaissance portrait; the emerging career of audio book narration; MailChimp and Vice teaming up on Second Acts; illustrations imagining high tech brands as retro technology; House Wine and Cheez-Its in a box; Influencer scamming; Representative Tulsi Gabbard’s Google Gimmick; and much, much more.

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