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Facebook constructed Dating to be privacy-safe, hoping to avoid the awkwardness of friends or household checking out your romance profile. But now Facebook has detected a way to let you mutely express your affection for a friend without them...
You’ve probably been there before :P TAGEND You stroll up to a group of friends talking. Stay where you are awkwardly while waiting for one of them to notice you. Wish for demise. You start telling a narrative to...
One of the most stressful moments in a marketer’s career is when traffic starts to slow or decline. You produced a lot of leads and revenue with creative emails, in-depth content, and shareable social posts, but new ideas are...
Not everyone is fond of a good scare, but for those that do like it, these narratives are guaranteed to get your heart racing! They’re horror stories in simply two sentences, skillfully crafted to scare the bejesus out of...
People say that one of their biggest traveling regretsis being held back by finances. While it certainly cost money to jet-set all over the world, savvy travelers know that some of the cheapest cities to visit can make for...
The best thing you can do to improve your chances of landing the job: Sending an interview follow-up email. If you’re in a hurry, here is a quick example of a perfect follow-up email :P TAGEND Not only does...
Show of hands: How many of us brush our teeth at least twice a day? All of us? Great. Now, a follow up question: Why? The reasons are numerous, right? We care about maintaining our hygiene on a...
About a month ago, a friend and fellow Boston marketer and I got into a discussion about the merits of client marketing, and more specifically, how email plays a role. Casey Hogan was frustrated, as she had just...
Extra Crunch offers members the opportunity to tune into conference calls resulted and moderated by the TechCrunch novelists you read every day. This week, TechCrunch’s Josh Constine and Frederic Lardinois discuss major proclamations that came out of Facebook's F8...
Facebook’s social graph is aging, full of long-lost acquaintances and hometown friends you don’t care much about seeing in the News Feed any more. But Facebook is now testing a pivot away from its core identity of connecting...