• Advertising No Longer The Least-Trusted Profession, But Not By Much
    An Ipsos study, however, shows ad exec trust ranks lower among U.S. consumers than worldwide.
  • What Happens When Facebook Goes Down? Traffic To The Open Web Soars
    Data reveals traffic to other destinations on the open web jumped by 21% when Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp went dark Monday.
  • Maybe It's Time Social Media Conduct A Hearing Of Congress?
    The timing of a just-released analysis of how members of Congress use social media for themselves couldn't be better, coming as they once again hear testimony from one of their personal favorite platforms: Facebook.
  • Why Political Activism Will Be The New Brand Purpose
    Nearly half of consumers say they're "unlikely to buy products or services from companies not aligned with their political views."
  • An 'MRC' For Disinformation
    Should someone accredit the veracity of data that marketers use to ascertain the veracity of the content they advertise in?
  • All The COVID News That's Unfit To Print: 519 And Counting
    About 7.7% of news/information domains are publishing misinformation related to the pandemic. How many brands are sponsoring that?
  • Trust In News Outlets Falls To Recent Low, Especially Among Republicans
    Only 35% of Republicans trust national news, while 66% trust local news, and 19% trust news reported by social media.
  • The Talibrand, New And Improved
    The most ironic part of the media imagery surrounding the Taliban's political takeover of Afghanistan is that unlike the U.S., theirs was a peaceful transition of power -- at least in terms of how it has engaged with the U.S. military.
  • For Whom The Buck Stops
    Call it a tale of two buck stops, but the new guy and the old guy took decidedly different approaches to, well, bucks.
  • Where's The Beef? Steak-umm Asks Americans To 'Meat' Each Other Halfway
    Of all the brands taking a stand against the polarization of facts in America, Steak-umm wouldn't necessarily be the first to come to mind.
« Previous Entries