When revolution erupted in Egypt in January 2011, there was no denying the key role played by social media, which allowed dissidents to organize protests that eventually toppled the regime of Hosni Mubarak. But revolutions can succeed or fail, and judging by the latest developments, with the Egyptian military effectively neutering the National Assembly and presidency, the revolution there is failing. So what does that mean for social media? ...
In the wake of Facebook introducing mobile-only buys on the site this month, the company's ad partners cite strong early demand for the new ... Read the whole story
Nissan North America today is launching the campaign for its 2013 Altima. It will be the company's largest ever. The effort, via TBWA\Chiat\Day, begins ... Read the whole story
Pity the poor honey bee. Despite all kinds of scientific studies about its dwindling numbers, it still buzzes below the radar of most consumers, ... Read the whole story
Marketers have continually questioned Twitter's ability to produce a viable search engine. They may soon get their answer. John Wang, former search engineer at ... Read the whole story
The number of mobile Internet users will surpass desktop users by 2014, according to a forecast by comScore, which also estimates that a 47% ... Read the whole story
Mobile sharing platforms may be the most effective way to untether video from the living room and desktop. Why shouldn't your favorite store ping ... Read the whole story