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Despite the fact that everyone seems to be talking about content creation, very few brands can actually present a case that holds together under careful scrutiny. ...

In his famous commencement speech, Steve Jobs said:

“You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to...

Have you been overwhelmed by the metrics and comparison tools coming out of the new Facebook insights? Are you wondering which metrics really matter?

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Ever since we started Buffer a little more than two years ago, people have been asking us about one very specific question: How can I write great headlines for social...

Digital is not really something separate.  No one under the age of 20 talks about ‘digital’ anything, it is just a part of everything –...

I’ve been a digital marketer for 20 years – roughly half my life. That means I started in the early nineties. Here’s a nice digital marketing timeline if...

Jeffrey Deitch says his next move in the art world following his premature exit as director of Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art will happen in New York City: a bid...

Some claim talking to a plant will make it grow faster and healthier. That’s the theory the Denver Museum of Nature and Science is testing with a new online campaign...

In summer 2012 London came alive with an extraordinary range of high-quality, inclusive performances taking place on high streets, in parks, on waterways and in other...

Fifty percent of every buying decision is driven by emotion. Which, for anyone responsible for bringing a product to market, makes a recent Forrester Research survey a...

Seeking to reconcile two contradictory realities — a friend said admission was free, and a sign said admission might or might not be $25 — Ingrid Opperman...

The African Wildlife Foundation’s Annual Safari Sweepstakes promotion is as close as it gets to perfect. The design and branding is modern and mobile-optimized,...

Most artists are incredibly busy, especially in a major city where art events and calendars seem to overflow each day. “If only I could be two places at the same...

On Saturday night, the New York City Opera performed Anna Nicole, a musical work making its American premiere. Anna Nicole was the first production of the company’s...

I used to think that policy was not real life – that it was the stuff of jargon-filled documents thrust down from ivory towers. But then I noticed an interesting...