Crowdfunding is a worthwhile way for startups to raise capital and test the market for innovative ideas. However, crowdfunding is not easy, and there’s a lot that goes into making a crowdfunding campaign successful.From this article, you will find out:What crowdfunding is, what it isn’t, and how to launch a crowdfunding campaign that’s destined to … [Read more...] about How to create a successful crowdfunding campaign for your startup
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caption Democratic lawmakers tweet far more frequently than Republicans. source Twitter; Samantha Lee/Business Insider Lawmakers are increasingly building up their personal brands on social media, including Twitter, in order to advance their policy goals and political ambitions. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the most-followed member of Congress by a large margin, boasting … [Read more...] about Twitter is the most popular social media platform for members of Congress — but prominent Democrats tweet more often and have larger followings than Republicans
caption Christene Barberich is the cofounder and editor in chief of Refinery29. source Refinery29 Christene Barberich is the cofounder and editor in chief of Refinery29. Refinery29 is a lifestyle and news media company primarily for young women. Across all of its global sites, social media accounts, and events, Refinery said it will reach 425 million … [Read more...] about The cofounder of Refinery29 explains how she built a global media brand that reaches 425 million people a year
Remember when social media was about posting on a whim without any hidden agenda or transparent humblebrag? Those were the days of endlessly scrolling through your Facebook timeline until you caught up with the latest updates from your friends and family. A built-in stopping point provided a sense of control over our timelines. We scrolled until we caught up and then put the … [Read more...] about Will the algorithmic timeline be the death of social media?
By Malcolm Owen Monday, September 24, 2018, 05:05 am PT (08:05 am ET) Apple will advise to the Senate it supports federal regulations relating to privacy, a report ahead of the September 26 hearing claims, with the iPhone producer expected to testify to lawmakers how its personal data policies differ from other tech giants. During the hearing on "Examining Safeguards for … [Read more...] about Apple testimony to Senate committee will include support for federal privacy regulations