Women in business are more likely to be known by women in the media, something that academics call “homophily” (the tendency for people who are similar to seek out each other’s company). Success breeds success, so being appointed to these jobs means that the women taking them are more likely to meet other successful women, a concept known as “preferential attachment”.
In the age of vloggers, influencers and content creators it might seem hard to imagine a world without YouTube. But back when the first ever video was uploaded in April 2005, showing a man visiting a zoo, it was not really clear who would want to watch it, or how YouTube could make money.
Europe’s Digital Ambitions. Minnow or potential disruptor?
With apps like Clubhouse holding the limelight at the moment, audio is a big focus for app makers. Today, Twitter is launching its voice DM feature in selected countries including, India, Brazil, and Japan. If you’re a Twitter user in… Read More ›
Your public data tells a story. Is it telling the right one? Philosophers, psychologists, and neuroscientists – not to mention poets and artists — have been trying to answer this question for centuries. The good news for business leaders is that they don’t need… Read More ›
Reuters Twitter disclosed three major state-backed networks pushing propaganda for China, Russia, and Turkey. The Chinese network was by far the largest, comprising some 170,000 accounts. Twitter found a “core” network of 23,750 accounts tweeting pro-government material, and this was… Read More ›
LinkedIn is adding two new tools to help candidates showcase themselves via digital video tools. Source: LinkedIn Adds New Video Intro and Interview Assessment Tools to Improve Digital Recruitment
Twitter has released its Q1 2020 performance update, showing a significant increase in usage amid COVID-19. Source: Twitter Jumps to 166 Million Daily Users in Q1, Warns of Slowing Ad Spend