Friday Wrap #123: Google link removal report, CTRs wrong for mobile, young affluents like native ads

Friday Wrap #123
Flickr photo by Duncan Holmes
Welcome to the Friday Wrap, my weekly summary of stuff I have found in the last seven days that didn’t grab the big headlines but is still important, interesting, and/or worthwhile for communicators and marketers. I collect these on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.

News

Google provides details on “right to be forgotten” requests—Google has received requests to remove half a million links under the European “right to be forgotten” ruling. To date, Google has complied with nearly 42% of those requests. Most of the requests have come from France, followed by Germany, the UK, Spain, and Italy.… Read More »

The Hobson & Holtz Report - Podcast #777: October 13, 2014

FIRShel was in New York to record this episode, now in Warsaw, Poland, with Copenhagen, Denmark, his next stop next week; FIR dinner planned for Wed Oct 29 when Shel’s in London that week; Neville recorded a podcast with Barb Gibson’s class of Millennials at Syracuse University London campus, coming soon;

Quick News: Online social media usage at its highest when business activity is at its lowest says new research, study says teens are abandoning Facebook (again), comedy club in Spain charges per laugh with facial recognition technology, SnapChat breach shouldn’t deter marketers; Ragan promo;

News That Fits: The Millennial you’re… Read More »

Friday Wrap #122: Dove tries Snapchat, the PC lives, Reddit ends remote work, and more

Horse Well Wrapped
Flickr image courtesy of Tim Green
Welcome to the Friday Wrap, my weekly summary of stuff I have found in the last seven days that didn’t grab the big headlines but is still important, interesting, and/or worthwhile for communicators and marketers. I collect these on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.

News

Privacy advocates will hate Sensiya—A new tool, Sensiya, will tap smartphone sensors to let marketers know whether the user is walking, running, or sitting down, enabling the delivery of just the right kind of message. In addition, according to the company’s CEO, “we’re able to conclude who you probably are, the apps… Read More »

FIR Interview: Roger Bolton and Matt Gonring on Authentic Advocacy

Authentic Advocacy

Gauging the latest developments in stakeholder engagement theory and practice - and understanding their implications for those leading, managing and advising the communications function - is a primary goal of Authentic Advocacy, the latest research report from the Arthur W. Page Society.

Authentic Advocacy offers an in-depth look at how stakeholder engagement strategies are evolving and how Chief Communication Officers can best undertake them within their enterprise. It includes compelling findings about the nature of stakeholder engagement in today’s environment, learned through interviews conducted with CCOs at five leading… Read More »

The Hobson & Holtz Report - Podcast #776: October 6, 2014

FIRPlans for FIR in October with Shel on the road for the whole month;

Quick News: Facebook to address real-name issue after meeting with Transgender Law Center, Windows (10) Technical preview released, employees with work friends have more commitment to their employers, Dubai detectives to get Google Glass to fight crime; Ragan promo;

News That Fits: Wearable technology and implications for the future workplace; Dan York’s Tech Report: FIR On Technology #2 coming soon, RIP Orkut, reflections on Ello; is it time for your organization to be on Snapchat?; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; listener comments in audio and from… Read More »

Friday Wrap #121: Protesters and social media, Microsoft’s Sway content service, selfies as ads

Friday Wrap 121
Flickr photo by Michael Coghlan
Welcome to the Friday Wrap, my weekly summary of stuff I have found in the last seven days that didn’t grab the big headlines but is still important, interesting, and/or worthwhile for communicators and marketers. I collect these on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.

News

Social media front and center in Hong Kong protests—China’s leaders weren’t worried about much of the 2003 Hong Kong protests spilling into international media coverage, but social media has changed the game during the current demonstrations. The rate of government-imposed censorship on Weibo is reportedly double that of… Read More »

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