This week, “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber” the memo that’s rocked Silicon Valley, Netflix poaches from Disney & Disney leaves Netflix, an AI masters DOTA 2, hacking computers with DNA, and much more.
A great way of marketing your growing business is most certainly through planning a virtual event. There are two ways of achieving this. You may organize a live event and stream it online, or you can just work on the standalone streaming. Either way, you’ll get a chance to communicate with your audience in real time, regardless of your or their geographical position. The text below will provide you with crucial steps you should consider before getting into event organization.Continue reading →
Many companies begin using social with the ultimate goal of growing their business. Brand awareness, lead generation and conversions are primary focus for them.
Trust and loyalty are important in drumming up business via social networks. A loyal fan following will not only engage with you and purchase products themselves, but also advocate your business to their networks.
There’s a reason why some companies dominate their industry. A decade ago, brands used TV to build brand loyalty. Since then, they have used social networks to connect with their key demographics.
This week, How Uber is deceiving the authorities, Wikileaks’ secret trove of CIA hacks, How much is Snapchat worth?, Twitch takes on Twitter, using our DNA as near infinite memory storage and much much more.
This week, The Drill Down co-host emeritus Tom Cheredar joins us to discuss President Trump’s first week as it affects the tech world, is this the end of Net Neutrality, the final word on the Samsung Note 7 and the Tesla crash, Sprint buys into TIDAL, and much, much more.