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Soon, you’ll be able to bookmark tweets to read later

Twitter, the social network that redefined the term “information overload,” is working on a feature that’ll make it easier to bookmark those cool tweets that deserve a second look.  Announced by several key Twitter employees, including product VP Keith Coleman, the new feature could be called “save for later.” SEE ALSO: Here’s a pretty compelling[…]

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These 2 SS+K Creatives Want You to ‘Read Between the Headlines’ When It Comes to Politics

One of the few things people can agree on when it comes to President Trump is his ability to inspire wildly contrasting coverage from media organizations. Following a Feb. 16 news conference in which the president told a Jewish reporter asking about a wave of anti-Semitism to sit down and expressed a general animosity toward…[…]

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We read your best YouTube comments of 2016 — and recorded our reactions

Why is Adele so popular? Can a 4 year-old understand the basics of cloud computing? Who is Sam Sheffer? We answer these questions and more as we take a look back at our favorite YouTube comments of the past year. Read more… More about Youtube, Comments, Social Media, Videos, and Mashable Explains Social Media

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How to Write the Perfect Tagline? Read It Aloud Like You’re Al Michaels

Taglines. Companies love them. Some real people notice them occasionally. And others think they're outdated or stupid. Some brands have ditched them completely. But they aren't going away any time soon. Taglines also have a shorter shelf life than ever, constantly at the mercy of new marketing directors with new marketing directions. So if you're[…]

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How to Write the Perfect Tagline? Read It Aloud Like You’re Al Michaels

Taglines. Companies love them. Some real people notice them occasionally. And others think they're outdated or stupid. Some brands have ditched them completely. But they aren't going away any time soon. Taglines also have a shorter shelf life than ever, constantly at the mercy of new marketing directors with new marketing directions. So if you're[…]

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Tumblr changes reblogs so you can actually read them

It’s not just you: Tumblr reblogs look a lot different. The Yahoo-owned blogging site changed the way that reblogs — posts that are re-shared by other users — are handled to make the text easier to read and follow. See also: Tumblr is having too much fun with its app update description On Tumblr, each[…]

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Wait! Before You Go All in on Mobile Marketing, Read This. [INFOGRAPHIC]

Can you really make assumptions about which age demographics are using which devices? Maybe, but maybe not. Millennials have changed the tide of mobile marketing, but that doesn’t mean it’s the only place they go to make purchases. And while the older generations aren’t as quick to hit “buy” on their smartphone, they aren’t all sitting in[…]