Republicans push banking access bill to prevent discrimination based on 'woke' cancel culture
Sen. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., and Rep. Andy Barr, R-Ky., said they are taking aim at the influence of "woke corporate cancel culture" on banking with the recently introduced Fair Access to Banking Act. Read More.
Should Your Small Business Hire a Marketing Agency or Build a Marketing Team?
As your small business grows, at some point you’ll need to take your marketing strategy to the next level. Read More.
The Left’s Culture War Is A Dangerous Distraction That Warrants Total Resistance
Bill Maher made an interesting point on his show last Friday, arguing that America’s obsession with political correctness is crippling its institutions, leaving the country hobbled in the geopolitical race with China. Read More.
Failing mainstream “journalists” demand censorship of their thriving competition
The wildly popular independent publishing platform Substack is under attack by the failing mainstream media, which continues to lob laughably false accusations at journalists like Glenn Greenwald, formerly of The Intercept, in an attempt to silence them. Read More.
Emojis Are Useful In Marketing Emails, But Not In The Workplace, Study Finds
Emojis are deemed unprofessional when used in workplace emails, but not in marketing messages, according to a report by Clutch.   Read More.
Spotify Now Censoring Song Lyrics That Contain “Misinformation”
In a flashback to how art that offended the Soviet regime was blacklisted, streaming giant Spotify is now censoring song lyrics that contain “misinformation.” Read More.
2021 Rising: D2C Emails Pulled Higher Conversion Rates
Direct-to-Consumer (D2C) brands increased their email conversion rates by 26% YoY in January and February, according to a new study from LiveIntent. Read More.
BrandTotal Continues Battle With Facebook Over Data, Says It Could Face 'Immediate Liquidation
Analytics company BrandTotal is again urging a federal judge to prohibit Facebook from blocking BrandTotal's data-gathering efforts. Read More.
Google Can't Shake Privacy Claims Over 'Incognito' Tracking
Google must face claims that it violates federal and California state privacy laws by collecting data about Chrome users who browse the web in "incognito" mode, a federal judge ruled Friday. Read More.
Study: Consumers Seek Brands That Reflect Their Values
Here’s a challenge for email copywriters: How do you weave in claims that your brand is socially conscious? Read More.
Microsoft’s response to Chinese cyber attack was to expand business in China
On March 2, communist China hacked Microsoft’s servers and compromised data of more than 60,000 Microsoft customers. Read More.
Media Fabricated Fake Quotes From Trump’s Phone Call With Georgia Secretary Of State’s Office
The corrupt corporate media used falsified quotes to push their narrative about former President Donald Trump’s phone call concerning 2020 election fraud with the Georgia Secretary of State’s office in December. Read More.
Project Veritas: Facebook Global Planning Lead Admits Zuckerberg Has More Power Than Any King in History
In its latest exposé, the investigative journalism group Project Veritas has revealed footage of Facebook Global Planning Lead Benny Thomas highlighting the need for the government to break up Facebook. Read More.
Keep Your Email Marketing Working For You
Whether your company goes to market as a B2B or a B2C or if you’re working for a non-profit organization, email absolutely needs to be a part of your marketing and communication strategy. Read More.
Pandemic Tempo: The Challenges Faced By Brands And Consumers
Brands and consumers alike faced digital upheaval during the pandemic last year, according to a study from Acquia -- Design Resilient Digital Customer Experiences In Disruptive Times. Read More.

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