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The News TiCKer – November 20, 2015

November 20, 2015, 11:11am posted by  |  0 comments

Posted in: Just for Fun, Social Media, The Industry, Adam Baliban,

The News TiCKer – November 20, 2015

This week we saw stories about a new social media network for PR professionals, the WSJ finally starting to get its content in front of Millennials by joining Snapchat, and more!


PepsiCo Eliminates Its Marketing Procurement Department

The company will shift responsibility for overseeing agency compensation and other marketing activities to individual brands.

Holiday Targeting: 92% of Millennials Will Use Mobile Apps for Holiday Shopping - Does Your Retail Client Have One?

Wanderful Media released its 2015 Annual Holiday Shopping Survey which features insights on the role mobile plays in holiday shopping, specifically for Millennials.


Babbler seeks to be the social network for media relations

Babbler, a new social media network, helps create, manage and engage media communities by providing them the best way to interact with their network of sources, content and story ideas.

Oh Snap! You Won't Believe What Social Network The WSJ Joined

The WSJ wants to reach out to a younger demographic and has joined Snapchat.


What to do with your hands when speaking in public

Research shows that it's actually effective for a presenter's hands to do plenty of "talking." They just need to be saying the right thing.


French father explains terror attacks to his young son

This short video will warm your heart.

The husband of Paris victim tells ISIS: You can't make me hate

Antoine Leiris penned a poignant tribute to his wife, publishing it on his Facebook page. His status has been shared more than 150,000 times.

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