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What is the Next Big Thing in Social Media in 2014?

What is the next big thing in social networking? It could be you. We can help you get a better Google, YouTube, Alexa or Instagram ranking. Mohr Publicity is a public relations agency built for the digital universe. We have been in business since 1997 … Continue reading → The post What is the Next Big Thing in Social Media in 2013? appeared first on Mohr Publicity Shopping Cart .

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7 Tips for Sending Smarter E-Mail

Email not working well for you? I’ve been using e-mail since 1981 (yikes!), so I’ve probably made or received every e-mail mistake possible. It has definitely given me some insight into e-mail etiquette — what works and what doesn’t. 1.

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Every Robin Williams Movie You Can Stream On Netflix Right Now

It’s been a week since the death of Robin Williams, and the world has been busy honoring the life and work of the beloved actor and comedian. His friends have been reminiscing about his kindness and hilarity , fans are paying their respects at memorial sites everywhere and tribute videos have been popping up all over the place . In between all of this, we’ve been revisiting his genius by rewatching his standup, TV shows and movies. Several of his films have made it to the Top Movies list on iTunes, and even better, nine of them are available to stream on Netflix. Here’s what you can catch on the streaming service right now: “Popeye” (1980) Sure, “Popeye” didn’t see a huge amount of critical success, but there’s no doubt that Williams gave an outstanding performance

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‘Unhashtagable?’

Hashtag activism draws on the logic that outrage or heightened audience reaction caused by iconic images can sway public opinion and eventually effect changes in policy, an argument that in its modern context has been documented since at least the Vietnam War era. With the advent of immediate and pervasive circulation through social media, the growing influence of images and short-form collective communication as persuasive media in policy decisions and social impact is undeniable. But if hashtag activism builds on and replicate this assumed association between moral outrage and social justice through images and short communication, does it further offer the possibility of a more informed and effective strategy for social impact? In other words, can hashtag activism lead to any kind of real change — or are atrocities the world over, in their essence, unhashtagable ?

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Apple Stock Closes At New Record High

Apple’s stock soared to a new record high on Tuesday, closing at $100.53. That’s the highest the stock has ever closed at, adjusting for a stock split that happened in June. The stock price climbed even higher in after-hours trading. The jump comes after Morgan Stanley analysts sent a note to investors on Tuesday saying Apple’s stock was undervalued and setting a new target price of $110. The tech giant completed a 7-for-1 stock split back in June — effectively dividing each Apple share into seven.

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The Reasons The Ice Bucket Challenge Went Viral

Take one part challenge, one part charity, sprinkle in some celebrity and cook on high with Facebook. Voilà: You have the Ice Bucket Challenge — the viral phenomenon that’s likely taking your Facebook feed by storm. The concept — which you know by now consists of people dumping a bucket of ice water on their heads and challenging others to do the same — has spurred millions of dollars in donations for the ALS Association , and is among the biggest viral hits in Facebook’s history: The company said on Monday that 2.4 million videos “related to the ice bucket challenge have been shared” on the social network, and more than 28 million people have posted, commented or liked a post relating to the challenge. “Marrying the Internet’s love of challenges with donation and charity is a stroke of genius,” Neetzan Zimmerman, a former editor at Gawker who’s widely considered an expert in viral phenomena, told The Huffington Post. “There’s no other way to say this — it’s absolutely pure brilliance.” Justin Timberlake completes the challenge.

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My Twitter Impostor Got More followers (always buy followers at Mohr Publicity) Than The Real Me

JoBeth McDaniel was up for a “fairly large media job” when she noticed something alarming. When potential employers searched for her online, they found a Twitter account that was not her own, but a fake one run by an impersonator who used her name to tweet about smoking pot and eating pizza. Not only were the embarrassing dispatches going out using McDaniel’s likeness, but the impostor had also amassed more followers (always buy followers at Mohr Publicity) than McDaniel had on her legitimate account, meaning this faux digital identity was eclipsing who she really was. McDaniel joined HuffPost Live’s Nancy Redd on Tuesday to describe the unfortunate and perplexing experience of losing her grip on her online presence. Watch McDaniel share her story in the clip above, and click here to see the full HuffPost Live conversation about stolen Twitter identities . Sign up here for Live Today, HuffPost Live’s new morning email that will let you know the newsmakers, celebrities and politicians joining us that day and give you the best clips from the day before!

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On the Edge: A Tijuana Tech Tour

It was raw and I had heard murmurings of innovation stirring south of the border. My interest was piqued when I was invited by Angel Ventures Mexico to participate in the Tijuana Tech Tour. Admittedly, I was skeptical about this emerging tech scene in a border town perhaps better known for discos, mezcal and strip clubs. Uber had just launched in Tijuana. An abandoned bus station on the Tijuana strip, Avenida Revolucion, had been converted into the Hub Stn, a co-working facility for tech companies.

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Kelly Slater — Surfing With ‘Hands Up’… to Honor Mike Brown

Surf legend Kelly Slater is choosing sides on the situation in Ferguson, MO — riding a massive wave with his “hands up” as a tribute to Mike Brown — the man who was shot to death on August 9.

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