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Emarketing Digital Marketing Trends, Social Media Disruptions and What is the dWeb?

Welcome to the Emarketing Blog Digital Digest. Here’s a collection of interesting tech and social media news that is currently buzzing across the global wires. These technologists think the internet is broken. So they’re building another one. (NBC) The dWeb, as the concept for the decentralized web has come to be known, is meant to […]

Emarketing Digital Marketing Trends, Government Social Media Disruptions and Instagram Hackers Get Hacked!

Welcome to the Emarketing Blog Digital Digest. Here’s a collection of interesting tech trends, big government social media interventions, digital happenings and other interesting news items that are buzzing across the global wires. Google CEO: YouTube is too big to fix completely (www.cnbc.com) Google CEO Sundar Pichai says YouTube is too big to completely fix […]

ABC to Air Prime Time Special on Effects of Screen Time, Social Media and Digital Technology

Parents looking for some extra advice on how to control their child’s screen time or ideas on how to help their teenager navigate the social media landscape will be especially interested in a new ABC television event titled “ScreenTime: Diane Sawyer Reporting” that will air on May 3, 2019.  The television special will detail the […]

Happy 30th Birthday World Wide Web!

Thanks to software engineer Tim Berners-Lee, 30 years ago this week the idea for world wide web was hatched. As a birthday gift to our readers we thought it would be cool to search the world wide web and see how the world is celebrating and what they are saying about this great tech milestone.  […]

Preparing for Future Digital Marketing Trends and Social Media Disruptions, Part 2

In a recent blog post we explored how Millennials and Generation Z are setting digital trends and causing marketing disruptions everyday and online marketers and social media gurus need to be able to quickly pick up the social media trends. Our earlier blog post discussed Facebook and YouTube trends and part 2 of the blog […]

Social or Not, Here We Post: The Mistrusting Millennial Edition

In this is edition of Ennect Online Marketing Software’s Social or Not, Here We Post, it has come to light that Millennials really, really do not trust advertising, according to Target Marketing, only about 1% of Millennials really feel influenced by ads.  Millennials are also trending away from the digital and embracing “retro careers” outside […]

Google Tax, Facebook Global Domination and The Millennial Question of Wi-Fi vs. Clean Underwear

In this is edition of Ennect Online Marketing Software’s Social or Not, Here We Post we continue to learn more about Facebook’s goal of global domination, how Uber is trying to take a bite out of Apple’s iPhone and the question on everyone’ mind, “Would I rather have clean undies or Wi-Fi in my home?” […]

Digital Marketing Trends: Some Millennials Logging out of Social Media and Digital Lifestyle

Millennial trends are the hot topic of many digital marketers these days. One emerging trend that digital marketers and social media gurus should keep an eye on is how some Millennials are shying away from certain types of social media and re-thinking the wireless lifestyle. It seems that the young are tiring of the social […]

Why Some Millennials Are Breaking Away from Smartphones

Digital fatigue continues its slow creep amongst the smartphone population and now has reached the Millenials. A recent article from CBS New York reports that’s some Millennials are ditching smartphones and starting to break retro towards flip phones.  One has to wonder if this is some new trendy retro movement among hipsters, kind of like […]

Forget Google…

Forget Google. Yes, Google will actually allow you to forget them or at least delete the sites that you have visited while surfing the Google wave. Google recently unleashed myactivity.google.com which allows Google platform users to view their search history and delete specific Google searches if they want. Google explains My Activity this way: Rediscover […]

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