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Several entreprenuers are trying to rebuild social media from the ground up, with new features and codes of conduct that they hope will create a more civil environment and one less susceptible to manipulation by malign influences. The post Civil Social Networks: Telepath & Clubhouse appeared first on e-Strategy Trends.
Dyspatch's The Future of Email Marketing August, 2020 survey reinforces an article of faith among email marketers about the top factors that encourage someone to open an email. The post Factors That Prompt People To Open Emails appeared first on e-Strategy Trends.
Carousel posts are offering brands flexibility in their marketing on the popular social media platform and producing great results, with an average engagement rate higher than both images and videos. The post Instagram Post Engagement Rates appeared first on e-Strategy Trends.
56% of US adults have at least some trust in law enforcement to use facial recognition responsibly. But how do they feel about technology companies and advertisers using this kind of technology? The results aren’t promising. The post Trust In Facial Recognition AdTech appeared first on e-Strategy Trends.
NewsGuard has compiled Top 10 lists highlighting some of the most influential U.S.-based peddlers of online misinformation identified by NewsGuard’s analysts this year. The post Top Disinformationists & Most Trusted News Sites of 2020 appeared first on e-Strategy Trends.
Creative agencies have been consolidating their real estate footprint for awhile now. The pandemic and the subsequent mass work-from-home experiment simply gives them greater reason to reimagine what workspace (and real estate budgets) look like. The post Commercial Real Estate Adjustment For Marketing Agencies appeared first on e-Strategy Trends.
Americans often are not shy about letting their wallets speak when a brand does something that displeases them, whether it be the business acting irresponsibly, allowing a data breach or failing to represent their community or ethnicity. The post US Boycotters By Household Income appeared first on e-Strategy Trends.