– a link blog by Dominik Schwind
After the rise and fall of my content farm, HIPSTER RUNOFF, I'm back to generating text-based internet content, or what people who have never generated content call it, "writing."
Brands getting down with the kids is the ultimate Weird Twitter.
As Pinterest's monetization plans materialize, the social network is pulling the plug on affiliate networks.
Dick Costolo, chief executive of the social network, sketched out his plans for bringing in new revenue, from showing more ads in the feeds of Twitter users to helping brands hire popular users to create sponsored video content.
You can finally decide what happens to your Facebook account when you die.
The Wall Street Journal
When was the last time Coca-Cola did anything nice for you?
We’ll start with the shark because somehow, out of all the crazy shit that happened during the Super Bowl, it was the shark that ended up being plucked for maximum virality.
In spite of the courage and optimism that Coke showed during its Super Bowl ad last weekend, it appears that the internet is, in fact, too mean for it to fix. According to Adweek, Coke has now had...
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