5 Digital Bites b/f Breakfast: Fake News, Chatbots, Wifi Trash Bins & More

- 29 November 2016 at 2:00 | 0 comments

Do you get most of your news on Facebook? Do you attempt to check the facts? Probably not. So, for all you know, the news you read on social media could be fake. According to Buzzfeed, fake news about the US election got more engagement on social media than news from top media outlets. Read more about this worrying trend in this edition of 5 Digital Bites. More from digital land: Should brands use chatbots to handle customer orders this holiday season?; Is website design too cookie-cutter these days?; Free Wifi trash cans on Singapore’s Orchard Road; Implications of a Trump administration for the tech world.Read More
Topics: Social Media Web Design Digital Marketing 5 Digital Bites US Presidential Campaign 2016 Chatbots

5 Digital Bites b/f Breakfast: Fake News, Chatbots, Wifi Trash Bins & More

- 29 November 2016 at 2:00 | 0 comments

Do you get most of your news on Facebook? Do you attempt to check the facts? Probably not. So, for all you know, the news you read on social media could be fake. According to Buzzfeed, fake news about the US election got more engagement on social media than news from top media outlets. Read more about this worrying trend in this edition of 5 Digital Bites. More from digital land: Should brands use chatbots to handle customer orders this holiday season?; Is website design too cookie-cutter these days?; Free Wifi trash cans on Singapore’s Orchard Road; Implications of a Trump administration for the tech world.Read More 
Topics: Social Media Web Design Digital Marketing 5 Digital Bites US Presidential Campaign 2016 Chatbots

5 Digital Bites b/f Breakfast: What Can Marketers Learn From Trump? & More

- 15 November 2016 at 1:00 | 0 comments

Donald Trump won the US 2016 election. Shocking, wasn’t it? Given his campaign rhetoric, we don't know what to expect from his time in the White House. Will the Trans-Pacific Partnership be broken? Will he build a wall betwixt Mexico and Texas? We don't know. But we do know why Donald Trump’s Make America Great Again campaign resonated with millions of Americans. And why mainstream media condemnation did not affect his candidacy. Find out in this edition and more.  More from digital land: Will Digital Marketing Specialists Become Obsolete? Netflix’s Black Mirror Ad; Your Smartphone is Your Personal Slot Machine; Welcome New Members to The Emoji Family in 2017.Read More 
Topics: Social Media Digital Marketing 5 Digital Bites US Presidential Campaign 2016