by Olivia Collins
Slut shaming on the Internet has always been around. However, this time of year it tends to be even more prominent.
Slut shaming falls right in line with all the other horrific things that come along with Halloween. Except it’s way scarier.
by Will Viharo
Ever wonder why hardly anyone seems to be responding to your emails or opening your newsletters, or worse, dropping off your lists? Don't take it personally. Give it professionally. It could be because your subject line is losing them before you even have a chance to share your message. How do you keep your first impression from being your last?
by Lily Bradic
With videos becoming an increasingly integral aspect of online marketing, it’s important that anybody who hopes to use one is able to do it right. While knowing the basics of creating highly watchable videos is a great start, but if you want to increase the visibility of your videos, it’s also a good idea to make sure they are search-engine friendly.
By Geoff Gillette
The leaking of nude photos isn’t exactly something new. Starlets in Hollywood in the Golden Age had to deal with boudoir photos ending up decorating walls and lockers they were never meant to see. But in the digital age, that issue has extended to literally each and every person with an Internet connection and an adventurous side (or lack of common sense).
Only two months ago, Hollywood was in an uproar over the release of hundreds of nude pics of female stars, which came to be known as “The Fappening.” For every person yelling at the invasion of privacy there were two more tongues wagging and saying, “Hey, they shouldn’t have taken nude photos.” But now there’s another leak of photos, from the "Now you see ‘em, now you don’t" app Snapchat and most of the victims are just plain people…who snapchatted naked photos of themselves.
And that's who Snapchat is blaming.