Applebee’s may be thinking the new digital campaign would have been better not shared. … Read More
“Joyus is simple: Fashion-loving women in their 30s, with disposable income, are digitally native and totally used to shopping online. They naturally turn to their computers or mobile devices for distraction and entertainment, but they don’t have much free time, … Read More
Jocks, cheerleaders, nerds, hipsters, thespians, outcasts—each has their clearly designated place in high school. The segregation is traditional and the barriers of communication are literally almost impenetrable. Except, however, on the new MTV series If You Really Knew Me. … Read More
HSBC Holdings plc is a multi-national banking corporation that is taking a PR beating thanks to a cheeky social media company that decided to use it as an example of how potent online public opinion can be.
Definitely not an official site by any means, it’s quite simple – they pull in mentions of HSBC from the Twittersphere, then classifies them as a Fail or a Win for the bank… … Read More
As the economy twists and turns, Hindu hermitages are finding that people are seeking them out not only as a place to go for a week of meditation, but also as a place to live. One ashram in Honesdale, Penn., charges $3,000 a year to live there in addition to working in the kitchen. … Read More