A person who won’t read has no advantage over one who can’t read.
You want to be communications superstar? Then hit the books.
I’ll admit it: College assignments that demanded lots of reading also caused me to procrastinate. But since graduating, reading has become a hobby. Being well-read on Twitter and keeping up w ...More
SXSW 2015 is quickly approaching, and planning for the Interactive festival has already begun. Text100 and its clients submitted panels focused on timely themes and relevant topics that are sure to be crowd pleasers—though, that alone doesn't guarantee they'll see the light of day.
To make the cut, we could use your help. SXSW 2015 Advisory Boards control about 40 percent the vote, wi ...More
I recently got together with professionals and heads of communications and marketing across Asia to discuss a topic that transcends borders: How we can realign our roles and create more value to address the vast shift in how people communicate, collaborate and consume information?
With the clean, linear marketing funnels of past no longer relevant, today’s buyer's journey is one that is dynam ...More
On Monday, January 27th, I received an email on my commute into work that read “Mashable names Text100 #5 best tech company to work for.” It started as an email that was circulating around the New York office, which is appropriate since Mashable credits the Crain’s Best Places to Work (where Text100 ranked #7 out of 75 best companies to work for in NY), as the source for how they found out ...More
2013 was the year a twerk was heard ‘round the world. Twitter IPO’d, Oreo news-jacked the Super Bowl, the new Pope tweeted and ‘selfie’ was Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year. Google retired its RSS Reader, and Vine redefined short-form videos, soon to be followed by Facebook’s Instagram. Yahoo! bought Tumblr, and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post. Hashtags came to Fac ...More
Mr. Linde is a guest contributor to HyperText.
In order for a brand to succeed in social media, they need to have a cool brand identity, plenty of shareable content and extra resources to execute the strategy. Sounds like a perfect scenario for car manufacturers – they've got all three ingredients in abundance. Nevertheless, many of ...More
I’m not sure how it happened, but somehow Fantasy Football went from a casual hobby that I started toying with four or five years ago to an all-consuming religion/time-suck today. I like watching sports. I like winning. So maybe it was inevitable. But as I look at just how big a part of my life it has become, it becomes more and more evident that I am the Stockholm Syndrome victim of a very, ver ...More