Instagram has recently announced the removal of “Likes” from the platform which has stirred serious debate. To be more specific, according to Business Insider, “Likes aren't completely gone. You can still view the like count on your own photos and videos — just not posts from others. In April, Adam Mosseri told BuzzFeed News that removing likes was ‘about creating a less … [Read more...] about Will Users Still “Like” Instagram?
Recently, I was having a discussion with a colleague regarding my latest “genius idea”. After another instance of misplacing a credit card, I posed the question of why there isn’t a single card that could encompass all of the components of one’s wallet, from a driver’s license to a debit or credit card. After taking a moment to digest this, my coworker responded, “sounds a lot … [Read more...] about Will Apple Pay Replace Credit Cards?
In the United States, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and SnapChat have conquered the leaderboards when it comes to social platforms. Though each caters to a different audience, the core functionality remains the same: Sharing information and images within your network in the form of posts. When it comes to online communication platforms, Facebook Messenger and What’s App have … [Read more...] about WeNeed WeChat
In my spare time, I am an avid soccer player, fan, and mainly at this point, coach. My experience includes working with teams at the Youth, High School, and College levels, all of which ultimately operate as a business at the end of the day. Recently, I had the opportunity to interview a thought leader in the industry, currently in the role of a Regional Manager within a … [Read more...] about Developing an Authentic “Soccer Culture” in the United States
Though it initially may seem hard to believe, Innovation and Marketing go hand in hand; one cannot be successful without the other. That being said, there is a preconceived notion that Marketing is simply the “before and after” (some may believe it is even just the “after”) while Innovation is everything in between, but I’d like to challenge that. In order to be successful, the … [Read more...] about Marrying Marketing and the Innovation Process