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Colleges Turn To Snapchat To Attract Prospective Students According to DIGIDAY, Snapchat’s popularity among youngsters is no secret. The app has a nearly 70 percent reach among the 18-24 year old demographic, according to comScore, and universities and colleges are increasingly beginning to take note. Many universities...

1 Million Africans Receive Digital Skills Training According to Bloomberg, Google Inc. is scaling up its digital skills training programs to accommodate a million Africans in the next year, aiming to deal with high unemployment numbers on the continent. The U.S. tech giant plans to train...

The Bots Are Coming! According to Bloomberg, Mark Zuckerberg has said that Facebook thinks a new product is ready to become a real business only once it has a billion users. The company’s Messenger app isn’t quite there yet—Zuckerberg said on Tuesday the app has 900 million people...

Changes in digital marketing and social media are now moving at a frightening speed. Often the only way to keep up with the latest and greatest is by reading, researching and staying on top of your updates. Applications like Instagram, Facebook and Twitter have been...

MLB Approves Wearable Technology For In-Game Use According to Engadget, major league players can now wear an elbow sleeve and heart rate monitor during games this season. As the Major League Baseball season kicked off this week, the league's rules committee will now allow “wearables” to...

Whether you are searching for a job or are looking to hire, in the design world, you can always find a job description similar to this:   “Searching for a young, talented, junior-designer, with a great personality and amazing skills to join our team. Must be able...

Facebook Messenger App Reaches New Heights With Airline Partner According to Forbes, Facebook has taken another step big towards making Messenger a versatile, “Everything App”. Over the past year Facebook added a personal assistant called “M” to the standalone app along with integrating video calling and...

Brussels residents open their doors to offer shelter after attacks According to Mashable, Brussels residents who live near metro stations and airports are opening their doors to people in need of shelter following the attacks that rocked Brussels on Tuesday morning. People are using the hashtags...

A big change could be coming to your Instagram feed According to Mashable, Instagram users, you might want to sit down. Instagram may soon be messing with your timeline, showing photos not based on chronological order, but based on popularity and other social signals. In other words, your...

You’ve worked hard to generate leads through digital initiatives and have watched your conversion rates rise, but you aren’t seeing an increase in customers. So where is the disconnect? While lead generation is certainly an important part of online customer acquisition, once you have accomplished this...

Americans think most human jobs could be automated by 2065 According to TechCrunch, humans are nothing if not contrary. Technology destroying jobs is something most Americans accept will happen within their lifetimes, according to a new study, just not to their own jobs — which most...

Google Takes on Zika Virus With Mapping Project to Visualize Outbreaks According to ABC News, Google is leveraging its technological expertise in the hope it can help curb the spread of the Zika virus. The search engine giant announced several initiatives today to help combat the...