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 - Ann Coulter Tweetstorms Delta - Episode 195

Episode 195: Co-hosts B.L. Ochman and David Erickson discussed Delta Airlines’ vigorous response to provocateur Ann Coulter’s tweetstorm; the $3 dollar store; Amazon’s entry into Blue Apron’s meal kit turf; Home Depot’s ill-advised wall; the first female Dr. Who; Google Glass Enterprise Edition; contests in space; McCann’s battle with the Army; blacklisting Winnie the Pooh; batteryless phones; plus great new apps and stats you should know…and much, much more.

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Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed the passing of music legend Prince, brand reactions to his death–both good and bad–and the outpouring of grief and celebration online; they discuss the social media outrage over KFC’s bad joke; Facebook’s updated newsfeed algorithm; a popup window worst practice; MTV podcasts; the rainbow-colored food fad; Juiced TV; suicide prevention via social media; a billboard you can conduct; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.

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Beyond Social Media - Google DeepMind AI - Episode 134

Co-hosts B.L. Ochman & David Erickson discussed a dermatologist’s gross videos that have gone viral; another viral video of a disgusting Kellogg’s employee peeing on a cereal assembly line; Joe’s Crab Shack’s stunning decision to use a lynching photo as table decor; Google’s DeepMind AlphaGo program beats the world’s best Go player; Facebook vying for NFL’s Thursday Night Football; an agricultural innovation using the Internet of Things; 4chan’s founder joins Google; Teens react to Windows 95; plus great new apps and important stats and a lot of stuff in between.

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