The dog days of summer are here and unfortunately that is only bringing hotter temps and no actual dogs. Sad! To rectify that situation please enjoy this pupper themed review of all the latest tech news that has been *hounding* the news cycle these past two weeks.
Although Discovery airs fascinating programs all year, there is one week a year that it is best known for: Shark Week. During the last week in July, the longest running-cable event ever is the forefront of the television channel. How exactly has Discovery cultivated this enormous following for an entire week dedicated to sharks? How has it made it so big in just 30 years that people such as Shaq, Gronk and Lindsey Vonn want in? Much of it comes from its PR and brand building over the years. Let’s take a look at some of the biggest moments in Shark Week over the last 30 years.
It’s been a busy couple of weeks in the tech world, but the BIGteam is here to catch you up on anything you might’ve missed! It’s heating up here in Boston, so grab yourself a cold glass of iced tea and settle in!
How many times have you found an interesting brand only to look up the company on social media and be less than impressed with what you see? While we are all aware that social media is a must-have for companies in 2018, businesses are still trying to figure out how to use it to their advantage. With 58% of social media users following brands on their accounts, learning the dos and don’ts of these platforms is imperative to creating a positive customer experience. Not quite sure what those “don’ts” entail? Let’s take a closer look at 5 of the most common bad social media habits brands should break.