How Humor Has Impacted the Future of Marketing

September 17, 2020

The future of marketing is funny, deal with it. Internet culture is evolving rapidly and content marketing strategies are evolving with it. Premium brands have noticed over time that laughter sells and are finding creative ways to capitalize on that.


Why Accessibility Should Matter to Marketers

August 18, 2020

With all of the updates tech companies are making to their websites and products to keep their digital content accessible to those with disabilities, many marketers falsely believe that these platform adjustments also account for their own social media content, and therefore shouldn't have to worry about further adjusting their content to make it accessible, which is an untrue assumption.


Several Brands Vow to Boycott Ad Purchases on Facebook Until Action is Taken

June 29, 2020

In capitalistic America, several large organizations are teaming up against Facebook to hit them where it hurts - their pockets, which accrue around $70 billion annually from selling advertisement spots on their platform. These brands are among a percentage of the American public that believes the social media giant has allowed racist and hateful rhetoric to go unchecked on their platform for too long, and have committed to suspending their ad campaign purchases for the month of July until Facebook addresses the issue head-on.


Reader's Corner No. 115: Listening is a Social Media Myth, Technical Skills for Project Managers, and Python 3 Decorators

October 24, 2019

Staff submissions of the week include the limitations of social media "listening" for small businesses, the top 3 essential technical skills for Project Managers, and an introductory tutorial on using Decorators in Python 3.


Help us test our contest software for a chance to win an amazon.com gift card

September 11, 2012

It is often said there is no free lunch, though if you are lucky, you may get one, if you can order it from Amazon.com with a $10.00 Amazon.com gift card from Designhammer. Why the prize you may ask? We are testing out PunchTab, an online service billed as the world's first instant loyalty platform. One component of which is online contest management.


Social Network Trends

March 11, 2010

The Wall Street Journal posted an interesting article on Changing Face of Social Networks earlier this week, suggesting “five years is a lifetime for the average teenager’s habits,” citing the rise of MySpace, until its eclipse by Facebook two years later as an example. Current research indicates that the trend continues, with facebook usage by 18–24 year-olds diminishing over the last three months.


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