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The sequence is a timeline that shows how movements connect with ancestry and culture, going through rhythms such as break, hip hop, and funk. 1
Twitter has employed work-from-home champion Robert Kelly, (the dad from that BBC News interview with the adorable interrupting children), to showcase its latest features. 1
In March 2017, Robert Kelly achieved meme status as a result of a few clipped videos on Twitter. 1
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At the time, Kelly told The Guardian: "For two weeks we were the most famous family on earth. 1I guess that's an achievement? 1
59% of marketers find business blogging valuable. 1
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37% of Americans ages 12 and older listened to a podcast in the previous month. 1
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49% of people aged 12 to 34 listened to a podcast in the previous month, followed by 40% of people ages 35 to 54, and 22% of people aged 55 and above. 1
It's easy to forget what the internet runs on. While we don't see it, the world is home to millions of physical servers in data centres, which run on power sources that emit carbon dioxide.
Our discussion will center around the history of this format and advertising campaigns that use selfies, our own experience and scientific research on this topic.
I'm currently working from my walk. Every morning between 6am and 8am I walk with my dogs and dictate emails or listen to books.
Just under a year ago I launched Freeman EMEA Agency's 'Women of Agency' initiative with the aim of supporting, nurturing and growing women's contribution to business.
From blog titles to URL slugs, you might not realize how frequently you use SEO stop words. But, to be fair, if Google doesn't pay much attention to them, why should you?
Based on the platform's bird's eye view, The Drum asked Melissa Selcher, chief marketing and communications officer at LinkedIn, to share three actionable insights for success based on the difficult learnings of the past nine months.
Ah, Black Friday. Each year it rolls around, bringing with it bumper sales from retailers, seemingly unmissable discounts from big brands and images of people fighting over TVs in Walmart and Asda.