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Embracing the Future: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence in Digital Marketing

Empowered By Women: A Personal Connection to Women’s History Month

Our 13th Anniversary: Innovate By Day’s Origin Story

Innovating By Day… And Night: Part 2

Innovating By Day… And Night: Part 1

Exploring the Top Twitter Alternatives in 2023

What We Can Learn from Creators in the LGBTQ2+ Community

Social Media During Black History Month

#Namaslay: Can Yoga Improve Your Productivity at Work?

A smartphone with a picture on the screen of a young woman reading something on a laptop screen, her hands over her mouth. Inset images show insulting comments including 'idiot', 'loser', and 'I hate u'.

What to do when the hate comments start rolling in?

A Beginner’s Guide to TikTok

Craig Blankenhorn/HBO image of Sarah Jessica Parker in the Sex and the City Reboot And Just Like That... Carrie Bradshaw, with straight hair and glasses, sits behind an open Apple MacBook, the screen reflected in her lenses. The background is dark.

And Just Like That… Peloton and the power of the internet

Meeting room with laptops on table, a person's hands gesturing openly in discussion.

Get your brand marketing on track

Six actors and characters we've seen on our screens recently as we anticipate a wave of nostalgia in the winter of 2021. From left, a bearded Paul Rudd in Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Mckenna Grace is the obvious grandchild of Harold Ramis' Egon Spengler in Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Steve Burns delivered a long-awaited personal message to the now-grown-up Blues Clues audience; Keanu Reeves definitely has a John Wick vibe in the new trailer for The Matrix: Resurrections, Carrie Ann Moss returns as Trinity (or does she?) and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is Morpheus now?

Nostalgia Rules: Everything Old is Good Again

Screenshots from Turner Classic Movies' TikTok page, from left: Natalie Wood in Sex and the Single Girl in a white dress and white gloves, says 'Hello?' into a white telephone, Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver looks into the camera and asks 'You talkin' to me?' and Dustin Hoffman, framed by Anne Bancroft's knee in The Graduate states 'Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me.'

Think TikTok is just for kids? Think again.

Side by side screenshots from Sarah Jenkins TikTok account. The left-hand pane includes her three most recent posts, all created and posted within 24 hours. Sarah has 100.6K followers and 8.1M likes. In the right-hand pane is an image of Sarah in a leopard print top, looking into the camera and drinking a Starbucks coffee, with the caption "See you in the next vlog!"

Three keys to building an audience on Social Media: Consistency, Consistency, and Consistency.

Screenshot of Adam Mosseri's Instagram post announcing that Instagram is 'no longer just a square photo sharing app.'

Evolve or die: Instagram is transparent about shifting focus to creators, video, shopping, and messaging

Image of a young woman holding up a model of the Kim's Convenience store in front of her face.

How Great Storytelling Inspires Creativity

Closeup of a man's hands reaching toward the viewer holding a jar full of colourful money, bills and coins.

Crowdfunding is about more than just money—it’s about community.