Another two examples of how social media platforms are throwing content creators to the curb.
Is it possible that stopping social media content production could help, not hurt, your business? Lush gives it a try. Plus Marriott NFTs and a big announcement.
Big earnings week for Snap, Google, Twitter, Spotify and more. The news? Apple's privacy rules are making a big impact on all the platforms.
Crazy news week. The former President launches a social network inside a SPAC, and rumors swirl around PayPal buying Pinterest. Plus, a new martech report tells all.
Oh yes...Joe and Robert have a number of conspiracy theories that may be but are most likely not true about our favorite company we love to hate...Facebook.
Joe and Robert discuss the back and forth in the OnlyFans saga and determine it's not just the big social sharing platforms that are the problem, but all large influential institutions who can change the rules at any moment.
One week Clubhouse is dead. The next week Clubhouse is back. This week, the social audio app seems to be booming again. Joe is flip flopping. Robert is thumbs down.
Instagram. Facebook. Twitch. Don't look now, but TikTok is in the middle of taking over the creator economy.
Twitter launches two more creator programs, one that may change the future of the creator economy. And more about NFTs and decentralized content.
The boys get contentious over the new Facebook leak and argue over the valuation of Clubhouse.
Not to be outdone, it seems every tech company wants to take on Clubhouse. Well, here comes LinkedIn and Spotify. Plus, more NFT talk (of course).
Twitter's in the news again, with their push forward with their "Super Follows" program as well as a bigger push into Spaces. Plus...Roku, Facebook and Google (oh my!)
More talk about Facebook, this time how they ripped the hearts out of the Australian press...and soon the rest of media throughout the world. Also...we all see it.
Joe and Robert discuss the best and worst of the Super Bowl Ads...plus...Twitter and Facebook take direct aim at Clubhouse. Is time running out?
Big news this week with big tech and social media taking down Parler, while, according to Edelman, businesses are now most trusted entity in the world. God help us all.