“Overall, 50.9% of those tweeting negatively was likely politically motivated or not even human,” Bay wrote, adding that a number of those users appeared to be Russian trolls.
“Similarly, websites need to be mobile-ready but ‘smartphone first’ may not always be the right way to approach digital marketing – particularly for fashion and grocery brands. Laptops and PCs are still the main device people use for research and inspiration, probably while at home or at work rather than on the go.”
The consumer version of Google+ currently has low usage and engagement: 90 percent of Google+ user sessions are less than five seconds.
Her spin just happens to be one part Old World, and one part Instagram.
“Listen, does Instagram create false reality? Yes, 1,000 percent,” said Ms. Bronfman, who has roughly 474,000 Instagram followers. “But having a place like this, for me, is not about pretending your life looks like something else. It’s about having a space you need to get your work done.”
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