Ding, Dong, the History of Connecticut Rock’n’Roll Is Alive and Well

Author Tony Renzoni is a retired federal government employee and former newspaper columnist.

This Social Ad Startup Says Moving to Chicago Was Key to Increasing Sales by 125 Times

Strike Social exec Mark Shore's move home paid off globally.

Cringe-Worthy Attempts to Market to Millennials

Opinion: Learn from these companies’ blunders and begin brainstorming marketing strategies that convey a sense of intimacy, sincerity or a one-sided friendship, while staying suited to your brand’s image.

Facebook Will Limit the Spread of Video Clickbait in News Feed

Facebook is taking aim at posts containing fake video play buttons.

The Jackson Sun Publishes Questionable Piece by Pat Buchanan–But Why?

Seriously though, why?

Reddit Rolls Out Native Video on Desktop, Mobile

Users can now upload videos directly to Reddit.

Barcelona Daily Newspaper La Vanguardia Opts for Gruesome Front-Page Terror Attack Photo

Some feel the choice disrespects the victims.

The United Nations Is Using Facebook Live Filters to Spread a Powerful Humanitarian Message

VML launches new work for World Humanitarian Day.

Using Digital Influencers to Drive Shopper Marketing Strategy

Opinion: It’s crucial for brands to begin engaging creatively and effectively with their audiences through digital influencers and their respective platforms.

This Early Version of Norman Rockwell’s ‘Tough Call’ Features Blue Sky and Sports Equipment Brand Names

Oil painting prelude to celebrated April 23, 1949 Saturday Evening Post cover is up for bid in Dallas.