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Learn why Twitter is dead for young people, really, seriously

Learn why Twitter is dead for young people, really, seriously

Issue #118 View in your browser   Poll results from my Internet Marketing Class at George Mason University.   N = 40 Hello, Every semester I poll my students at George Mason University (Internet Marketing) to learn what are the hot social media platforms. My key takeaways? Twitter is dead. For the first time in […]

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The Rise Of Snapchat Whether You Like It Or Not

The Rise Of Snapchat Whether You Like It Or Not

Issue #116 View in your browser   The RED campaign on SnapchatHello, I hope you had a fantastic Summer!   I was able to unplug and get away for much of August to Block Island, Rhode Island where I was able to see the first offshore wind farm in the United States of America.    […]

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Live-Streaming Death and Why America Is Exceptional

Live-Streaming Death and Why America Is Exceptional

Issue #111 View in your browser   AP:  Ieshia Evans, 28, was attending her first ever protest march in Baton Rouge when she was pictured in this iconic image being arrested by heavily armed police. Hello, I’m a little late today with this newsletter because, like many of you, I’m tired.    It has been […]

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Is Facebook Dying A Slow Death?

Is Facebook Dying A Slow Death?

Issue #99 View in your browser   Inc magazine Hi: Is Facebook dying a slow death? If so, where are consumers, those fickle trend chasing youth, going? Two sets of trends emerged this week to alert me that something may be changing for Facebook and changing quickly. 1) Facebook has seen “original broadcast sharing” decrease […]

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