Friday Wrap #153: Policy problems, Instant Articles, VR in retail, and video, video, video

A special note on this week’s wrap photo. That adorable newborn wrapped up in a hospital blanket? That’s my granddaughter, Madeleine Ann Holtz, born yesterday. Now, on to business: The Friday Wrap is a review of news, posts, reports, and other items appearing in the last week that will help you stay on top of the forces shaping communication in this fast-paced, ever-changing environment. These are stories that may have been lost in the flood of headline news stories. I collect all of the items from which I choose the Wrap stories in my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.

News

You know that social media policy you rolled out?… Read More »

Friday Wrap #152: CFO takes over Twitter marketing, Reddit opens video unit, search goes mobile

Friday Wrap #152: Wrapped Flowers for Mother's Day
Mother’s Day flowers courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
The Friday Wrap is a review of news, posts, reports, and other items appearing in the last week that will help you stay on top of the forces shaping communication in this fast-paced, ever-changing environment. These are stories that may have been lost in the flood of headline news stories. I collect all of the items from which I choose the Wrap stories in my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.

News

Twitter’s CFO is now in charge of marketing—It smells of desperation. It can’t end well. Anthony Noto, Twitter’s chief financial officer, has been handed the reins of the marketing… Read More »

Friday Wrap #147: Private Flipboard magazines, collaborative mobile videos, fewer business blogs

Friday Wrap 147
Flickr photo courtesy of Ian Stannard
The Friday Wrap is a review of news, posts, reports, and other items appearing in the last week that will help you stay on top of the forces shaping communication in this fast-paced, ever-changing environment. These are stories that may have been lost in the flood of headline news stories. I collect all of the items from which I choose the Wrap stories in my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.

News

Flipboard launches private magazines for groups—Flipboard has launched “Private Group Magazines,” allowing individuals to curate content into the app’s attractive, flippable magazine format and… Read More »

Friday Wrap #143: The end of Google+?, Starbucks documentaries, Goldman Sachs social network

Friday Wrap #143
Flickr photo courtesy of dvs
The Friday Wrap is a review of news, posts, reports, and other items appearing in the last week that will help you stay on top of the forces shaping communication in this fast-paced, ever-changing environment. These are stories that may have been lost in the flood of headline news stories. I collect the items from which I choose the Wrap stories in my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.

News

Is this the end for Google+?—From the beginning, Google+ was Google’s play for integrating services. The search giant has apparently abandoned that philosophy, announcing plans to split Google+ into two… Read More »

Friday Wrap #140: News on Snapchat, Facebook immortality, Google’s healthcare move, life for print

Friday Wrap 140
Flickr photo of a wrapping machine at work
courtesy of of Rachel Tayse
I’m drafting today’s Wrap from a hotel room in Santa Fe, where I presented the second of a two-day workshop on polishing web writing with the great writing coach/consultant/trainer, Ann Wylie. As always, the Wrap is a rundown of news, posts, articles, and research that’s useful for communicators to know but that not have been widely shared. I collect items of interest from which I choose the pieces to include in the Wrap on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.

News

Snapchat Discover the latest big thing in news—There wasn’t a lot of praise for Discover when… Read More »

Friday Wrap #124: A new Inbox, get social and save your job, the omnicultural consumer, and more

Friday Wrap for October 24, 2014
Flickr photo courtesy of Ruth Hartnup
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

Will the right to be forgotten come to America?—The European Court’s decision to invent a new right—the right to be forgotten—is one of the more troubling digital developments of recent years. The idea that someone can prevent search engines from finding published accounts about them is like telling libraries to… Read More »

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