Pew: How People Use One or More Social Networks For News

Pew last week released the results of a new study on which social media sites Americans were getting their news from. Those numbers are not…

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Quick Takes: Content Marketing and Media News for 11/2/17

While the attention has been on Facebook, Twitter and Google for their politics-related fake news problem, Pinterest has its own issues with health- and food-related…

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Quick Takes: Content Marketing and Media News for 10/17/17

Snap and NBCUniversal have partnered to create more original programming for the messaging platform, with the prolific Duplass Brothers helping to do so. I hope…

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Quick Takes: Content Marketing News for 9/1/17

Facebook has confirmed it won’t take a cut of the subscriptions it’s going to help publishers sell, though I feel like “yet” needs to be…

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WhatsApp Takes Totally Expected Next Step

To the surprise of hopefully no one, WhatsApp has announced it will begin both sharing data with corporate parent Facebook and offering official tools for…

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WhatsApp Goes Free and Opens Up

New from me on Voce Nation: There are a couple things that are notable in WhatsApp’s announcement it would dropping the $.99 annual subscription fee:…

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Take a minute before jumping into WhatsApp

New from me on the PNConnect Blog is this piece about how brand publishers face some serious obstacles when it comes to getting involved in…

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