Every second of every day, the Internet scoops up oceans of data about you. With every site you visit, click you make, post you like, text you send, and thing you buy, you reveal a little bit more about who you are and what you want. Whether you like it or not, your personal information is being collected, analyzed, stored, and even sold.
And while there’s no one-click answer to controlling the privacy of personal data – it requires persistent education, consistent engagement, and ongoing management – there are a few things you can do to protect the information you’re consenting (or sometimes not consenting) to share as you surf the great wide web. Learn more about them now.
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Every second there are 20,000 people on Facebook. Every minute, there are 150,000 messages sent. Every 15 minutes, there are over 49 million posts made. And every month, there are over 1.55 billion active users.
With stats like these, it’s clear that social media’s biggest network isn’t dying—it’s not even declining. Sure, there’s talk of saturation, but the king of social media still commands attention.
There’s just one catch: Founded eleven years ago, Facebook is getting old (at least in terms of today’s social shelf life). What’s the company doing to color the greys? They’re evolving.
Here’s how… Continue reading
Brain science is endlessly fascinating (is something only neurologists say). Until now. Have you ever heard of neuromarketing? Simply stated, it’s the study of how our brains respond to marketing and how it affects our behavior—consciously or unconsciously.
The marketing experts at myemma.com recently explored this idea and shared their findings in an amazingly brainy infographic. Prepare to reach a whole new level of marketing geekdom with me as I explore a few of the most fascinating brain facts now.