Facebook Brand Pages on Mobile Get a Facelift
6 years ago 0 0

  Remember those days when everything on the Internet was optimized for the desktop experience? Dot coms were the kings leading the charge in captivating internet users and driving commerce. Gone are those days now. On Tuesday, Facebook announced the rollout of its new revamped, fully mobile optimized  brand pages, starting with mobile web and

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Twitter Tunes, LinkedIn News and the rest of This Week in Social Media
6 years ago 0 0

Why spend hours scouring the web when all the info you need is right below? Here’s everything important from this week in everything social. Did I miss anything? Send me an email: Daniel.Asulin@BigFuel.com.

Welcome Home Facebook
6 years ago 0 0

Yesterday, Facebook announced the long awaited Facebook Home experience. As always with any social media announcement, our team was all ears, streaming the event on every computer in sight, live tweeting from every Twitter handle and providing some entertaining and insightful commentary. So, we thought we would share what we’ve learned so far:

Instagram Ads, Facebook Home and the rest of This Week in Social Media
6 years ago 0 0

Another week gone by and another round of social news. Twitter, Facebook and Instagram all made big splashes this week with new products, new functionality and some interesting strategic changes. Here’s the full rundown on this week in social media. Did we miss anything? Send me an email at Daniel.Asulin@bigfuel.com.

Klout Scores, Facebook Politics and the rest of This Week in Social Media
6 years ago 0 0

The past week brought a fresh batch of channel developments. Under any other context, this would be considered a busy week, but in our realm, this is as boring as it gets, which is not boring at all as far as we’re concerned. As if there is ever a dull moment in social media! Did

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Mobile Digital Technologies As Extensions Of Our Brains – The Good & The Bad
7 years ago 0 4

This is the story of a dilemma that fellow, city-dwelling digital natives MIGHT be able to relate to. I was flying solo in a neighborhood of New York City that I don’t typically spend much time in, and I needed to find a good place to grab a late afternoon lunch. It was past the typical

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Mobile Digital Technologies As Extensions Of Our Brains – The Good & The Bad
7 years ago 0 4

This is the story of a dilemma that fellow, city-dwelling digital natives MIGHT be able to relate to. I was flying solo in a neighborhood of New York City that I don’t typically spend much time in, and I needed to find a good place to grab a late afternoon lunch. It was past the typical

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In Defense Of Privacy In The Public Age
8 years ago 0 0

Google Inc. has long been a lightening rod for heated discussion regarding the subject of privacy in an increasingly public world. This has become even more true in the aftermath of the Google Buzz fiasco. Should we be afraid of Google’s lack of concern for their customers’ privacy? Or perhaps, did an unintentional mistake on behalf of the search engine giant teach us something important about just how aware our society really is of privacy issues after all?

Buick Gets in the Game with “Quest for the Keys”
8 years ago 0 0

Brand Channel‘s Sheila Shayon wrote a nice post about Big Fuel’s current campaign for Buick. Thanks Sheila! My favorite quote: “Witness “Quest for the Keys,” which marks Buick’s most innovative social marketing exercise to date.” Social media scavenging is now yielding ever bigger rewards for brands. Witness “Quest for the Keys,” which marks Buick’s most

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“Kik’ing” the Competition and Bridging the Gap
8 years ago 0 0

Kik Messenger (AKA KM, I’ve decided to name it KM because sooner or later someone was going to do it).  What in the world? When I see the word “Kik” I think of “Kix” cereal and my mouth immediately starts watering as I think back on my childhood days: simpler times, when a bowl of Kix

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