I let Twitter control my playlist with Drop by Jawbone and it was (almost) the best day ever

During the Twitter Flight event, the social network teamed up with Jawbone to introduce the Drop app in a big way. Attendees could control the playlist while they waited for the keynote to start. Events have that kind of stuff all the time. Tweet wit

Women Creative Wednesday: Game-Inspired Gals

Women in gaming culture have been getting a lot of not-so-pleasant attention lately, so we thought we’d take a moment to celebrate a few awesome ladies who are inspired by video games and can geek out with the best of them. Evan DeSimone Before

Avengers: Age of Ultron Trailer Leaks

Neil McNiel clued us in to the trailer leak for the latest in the Avengers series, and we literally could not be more excited than he is right now. Holy balls does this look like it’s going to be amazing. We could have summed it up any better.

Why it pay$ to cut the jargon: A content marketing success story

​Industry: Legal Content: 2 to 3 Brafton blog posts per week (& 2 to 3 lawyer-written blogs) Highlights: Accessible language = 550% higher conversion influence Want to be a “thought […]

Buffer Adds Brilliant Scheduling Piece for Bloggers

If you’ve read my checklist for promoting new blog posts, you know that as soon as you publish a new post to your blog, you’re supposed to promote that post to all of your social profiles and distribution channels. Then, after brief periods of time,

Twitter Introduces Digits, A Password-Free Sign In Solution For Apps and Websites by @mattsouthern

Today at Twitter Flight, the company’s first mobile developer conference, a new sign in service called Digits was introduced. Digits is being touted as a new way for users to sign into apps and websites without the use of a password. With Digits yo

Inbox by Google: Gmail as your new ‘to do’ list

If you use your email box as a To Do list, you’re going to get very excited when you see what Google is rolling out this week. It’s not so much a Gmail update as it is a whole new way to process email. It’s called Inbox and it takes

Confused by Hashtags. 5 Expert Tips for Marketing with Hashtags

When hashtags first emerged they were seen as only for geeks. The rumblings and rumours suggested that they would never catch on. But they did. Twitter was the first social network that adopted this strange habit in 2007. Today the hashtag is used al

Google Reinvents The Email Experience With New ‘Inbox’ App – Search Engine Journal

Today, Google announced the launch of a brand new email app that was said to be years in the making. From the creators of Gmail comes a new email experience called Inbox. Google describes Inbox as “a completely different type of inbox, designed to

Bing, IE, & CNN Partner for 2014 Elections – SEW

For the 2014 elections, Bing wants to provide all Americans with an educational opportunity. To do so, the search engine has formed a partnership with Internet Explorer and CNN that could in fact be a game-changer. What are some of the features inclu