Staff Writer. Frequently covers digital media.
Geoff Weiss is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com. He frequently covers digital media.
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Panelists at Social Media Week in New York City discussed how aspiring brands can achieve cult status.
With 25,000 users and $200,000 in funding, the social network is now rolling out to all campuses nationwide.
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The tech giant sent out invitations reading 'Spring Forward' for a media event to be held on March 9, the day after Daylight Savings Time begins.
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