You’re probably familiar with quizzes from online publishers like BuzzFeed. But what if a quiz could actually help you sort through tough decisions and complex topics, not just which Sex and the City character or Disney princess you most closely resemble? That’s basically what Y Combinator -backed startup called Delphia is promising. CEO Clifton van der Linden said the company works with publishers to create applications that help their readers make decisions. Van der Linden is a Ph.D. candidate in the political science department at the University of Toronto, and he first built an application called Vote Compass, which helps users understand how their political views line up with election candidates. (In the United States, Vote Compass was released in partnership Vox.) Now, ho
Want to create amazing videos for Instagram Stories? In this post we share how you can get started with videos for Instagram Stories including different types of Instagram Story formats to create. And we have 10 Awesome Templates for you to use right now – start... // Read More The post How to Create Amazing Videos for Instagram Stories +10 Free Templates to Use appeared first on Socially Sorted.
Not really the showiest of SXSW announcements, but Google’s got a nice little update for developers looking to differentiate Assistant integration on a product level. Custom Device Actions are way to add specific functions to products. In a blog post, the company gives the specific example of activating a specific color cycle on an Assistant-enabled washing machine machine. The new… Read More
(Reuters) - Former U.S. president Barack Obama is in advanced talks with Netflix Inc to produce a series of high-profile shows, the New York Times reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.
Wednesday brought a raft of good news, legally speaking: A federal appeals court ruled for a transgender plaintiff in a workplace discrimination suit, and Lambda Legal filed a complaint that could lead to yet another LGBTQ rights blockbuster case. The Sixth Circuit, the arbiter of federal law for Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee, summarized the scenario it faced deftly in the case decided Wednesday: Aimee Stephens (formerly known as Anthony Stephens) was born biologically male.1 While living and presenting as a man, she worked as a funeral director at R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes, Inc. (“the Funeral Home”), a closely held for-profit corporation that operates three funeral homes in Michigan. Stephens was terminated from the Funeral Home by its owner and operator, Thomas Ros
How to Create Content That Stands Out and Gets Results written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with Garrett Moon Podcast Transcript My guest for this week’s episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast is Garrett Moon. He is the CEO and co-founder of CoSchedule, the web’s most popular marketing calendar and the fastest growing startup in North Dakota. He and I discuss his new book, 10x Marketing Formula. Ranked as the best business tool built by a startup on Entrepreneur.com, CoSchedule helps more than 10,000 marketing teams stay organized in 100+ countries around the world. In 2016, CoSchedule was named one of the top five startups in Tech. Co’s Startup of the Year Competition. As a thought leader, Moon has been blogging and speaking about co
Transcript of How to Create Content That Stands Out and Gets Results written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing Back to Podcast Transcript John Jantsch: Hello and welcome to another episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast. This is John Jantsch, and my guest today is Garrett Moon. He is the CEO and Co-Founder at CoSchedule. He’s also the author of a book we’re going to talk about today, “10x Marketing Formula: Your Blueprint for Creating ‘Competition-Free Content’ That Stands Out and Gets Results.” So Garrett, thanks for joining me. Garrett Moon: Yeah, thanks John. Thanks for having me on. John Jantsch: So we have been saying for I don’t know, it seems like a decade, that content is king, and I guess there’s a lot of business...
When was the last time you watched a video on social media? Videos are becoming increasingly popular on social media, especially on mobile. Over the past year, the time people spent watching Facebook Live every day has increased by four times and Instagram videos by 80 percent1Facebook, 2017. To create engaging social media videos, Facebook recommends creating videos as short as 15 seconds2Facebook, 2017. Sounds easier? But where do you start? In this guide, you’ll learn step-by-step how to create short social media videos — anything from a few seconds to a few minutes. We’ve also included many tools and examples to help you get started. How to create engaging social media videos Creating videos can be more challenging than writing a blog post or designing an image. But it is
What if it look like if the majority of newly issued ERC-20 tokens were used for good, instead of scammy ICO evil? One Y Combinator-backed startup that thinks they have an answer to this question. Meet Hexel, a startup that that wants to make it easy for anyone to use Ethereum-based tokens to engage their hyperlocal community. For example, a restaurant could use Hexel’s free tool to… Read More
Fox News has obtained pictures that appear to show that the accused Stoneman Douglas High School shooter, Nikolas Cruz, tried to shoot out a window on a higher floor of the school in an attempt to fire down on people below. Had he succeeded, the toll of the dead and injured could have been dramatically greater.