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When we look at celebrated start-up founders, there's a certain profile which has become the norm.
Krutika kickstarted her career on TikTok where she began the process to make people extol for her work. Anime, Kpop, Make-up, and everything "The Mermaid Scales" wants to express was adored.
Why Is Your Competitor Getting News Coverage When You're Better Than Them? Here are 6 Ways to Outcompete Your Competitor for News Coverage
Here is what you can do to get your own name out there in the media, get a leg up on the competition and regain or maintain sure footing in your industry.
X's latest move to gate replies furthers the ramifications of paid verification.
AI-Generated Voices and Deepfakes Are Surging on TikTok, Other Platforms — And European Regulators Have Had Enough
Advanced AI tools are enabling the creation of eerily convincing fake voices and deepfakes, and it's being exacerbated amid the Israel-Hamas conflict.
If you want a strong brand presence — and therefore more loyal customers — you need to unlock the power of two specific components of a public relations strategy.
Facial Recognition Tech Even Google Determined Was 'Too Dangerous' Raises Alarm Bells, Privacy Concerns
PimEyes, a facial recognition website, enables individuals to find someone's identity on the internet by uploading their picture.
Social Media Fraud Is On the Rise — And Even the Most Savvy Are Getting Scammed. Here Are the Most Common.
One in four individuals who reported being scammed since 2021 said it originated on social media, amounting to $2.7 billion in losses, per the FTC.
Here's how you can harness the power of thought leadership — and why you need to — in today's business landscape.
From Roblox to Wall Street, the internet is Gen Alpha's playground. Here's how to succeed as a Gen Alpha entrepreneur.
Author and restaurant coach Chip Klose discusses his method for making 20% profit in the restaurant business.
The multi-Grammy winner was spotted eating a chicken tender with ketchup and "seemingly ranch" while watching Travis Kelce at the Chiefs' game last weekend.
If we had to pair social media platforms with professions they benefit or boost best, then we would club Instagram with photographers and videographers, and TikTok with dancers and singers, similarly Linkedin would pair best with businesses and entrepreneurs.
Locally connected influencers help the brand remain rooted, real, and raw. Regional influencers are local experts with a lot of influence in their communities. They can help you get your message out and are often good at getting interested people to watch or read what they have to say. Here are four ways regional creators approach their work.
We Are Disillusioned and in an Influencer Overdrive — Here's How to Find Authentic Guidance via Social Media Influencers
Instagram, Twitter and Facebook seem more unrealistic than ever. Remember when it was fun!? In the age of authenticity, we're not buying the dupliciousity of influencers.