In the aftermath of the Champions League clash between Manchester United and Real Madrid (1-2) the discussions are heated. Reporters, fans and otherwise acknowledged experts debate who deserved the win. One word that comes repeatedly to the surface is “possession”. Here is the explanation of possession in football/soccer:
Daily Archive: March 6, 2013
Arianna Huffington, president and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post, talks with Bloomberg’s Jon Erlichman about crowdsourcing, the Huffington Post’s readership and Yahoo’s all-hands-on-deck strategy. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Nick Bilton, a columnist for the New York Times, and Hunter Walk, former director of product management at Youtube, discuss the possibility that Facebook might be suppressing unpaid posts. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Breaking down a variety of stats, tips, and strategies for preparing your e-store for global customers.
Where are all the cool kids from the Netherlands hanging out online? Hint: it’s not Facebook. This snack-size infographic shows which regional social networks are popular in different parts of the world.
Pinterest combines the beauty of flipping through a glossy magazine with the instant gratification of a Google search, which could be a game-changer for marketers who are looking for new ways to reach people online.
Ever wonder how a word gets into the Merriam-Webster dictionary? It’s one of the most popular questions facing their editors on a daily basis. The answer is quite simple actually: usage. Each day these editors devote several hours to scouring published text in search of new words to mark and...