The first emoji appeared around 1999, and was created in Japan by Shigetaka Kurita. As part of a team working on a mobile Internet platform, he based his first 180 emoji on the expressions of people around him and other observations in the city. Today, there are more than 1,851 emoji.
Our World Emoji Day Message to you:
❤ emoji? Happy World Emoji Day 😄! Writing with them is a piece of 🎂! Any 👦 👧 👨 …
Some common advice given to millennials? Save for retirement now, marry later, and travel more. Well, millennials are at least listening to one of those things: travel! Marketing, public relations and social media done right can change human behavior: how family and friends stay in touch, how companies market… and definitely how people travel.
Facebook, Instagram and Twitter long ago replaced the travel guidebooks and brochures that cluttered kitchen drawers. Instead, …
The Connection Between Loyalty and ROI
Marketing is no longer focused on garnering individual sales – it’s about loyalty. We are in the business of building client retention and lifelong loyalty to your products and your brand. We have your bottom line in mind – not just in the immediate future, but in the long run. We want to see that line on an unending upward slope….
Introduces ‘Paperclip’ Feature and More
This has been a hard year for Snapchat: Facebook began utilizing ‘stories’ (small pieces of content that are only available for 24 hours after creation) across their Facebook app, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram to effectively stunt Snapchat’s growth.
Snapchat’s one-two punch response?
Introduce a feature called Paperclip which allows users to link to outside websites right from their stories, a feature Facebook introduced to their …
(With apologies to the 1970s commercial: How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Roll Pop?)
Have you ever tried a Tootsie Roll Pop? How long did it take you before you crunched down to the chewy center? And by now, you may be thinking, ‘what does candy have to do with a social media strategy?”
Stay with us on this one. (Unless you now …