A recent international survey of 2,200 mothers shows 81% of children under the age of two currently have some form of online presence — ranging from photos uploaded and shared by their parents, to a full-fledged profile on a social networking site, writes Mashable.
What is the futre of social networking? Everyone would like to know that. Social networking technology becomes more advanced and increased online activity makes more robust data sets available. Social networks are changing the way we interact, yes. But what does that mean and offer to people from a strategic point of view. Greg Satell shares his interresting insights.
Sometimes I don’t know whether commercials are creative or not. Make up your own mind about this Japanese blood pressure ad.