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Trends on Tuesday: 65% of All Email Gets Opened First on a Mobile Device

Trends on Tuesday: 65% of All Email Gets Opened First on a Mobile Device

While composing email on mobile phones is still a tricky feat, email reading is quickly shifting away from the desktop. According to data from the US Consumer Device Preference Report: Q4 2013 from Movable Ink, way more than half of all email — a full 65 percent — is now being accessed via mobile devices in the […]

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Trends on Tuesday: Mobile Surpasses Desktop for Social Media

Trends on Tuesday: Mobile Surpasses Desktop for Social Media

More users are now accessing social media via mobile than on desktops.   People are checking email or using social networks during their commute, in line at the grocery store, or waiting at the doctor’s office. MarketingResearch.org recently covered the topic and UnifiedSocial created the infographic in the post (click it to get full version) […]

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Creative Challenge Contests

Creative Challenge Contests

Multimedia, Photo, Poster, Design Challenge and prize competitions are one path that federal agencies take to drive innovation and solve mission-centric problems—whether technical, scientific, or creative. Creative competitions include multimedia, photo, poster, and design competitions. Here you’ll find tips on running a creative challenge, resources, examples, and information about online platforms you can use to […]

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Privacy Policies, Terms of Service, and PIAs! Oh My!

Privacy Policies, Terms of Service, and PIAs! Oh My!

Guest post by Cheryl Hackley who works in the Office of Public Affairs at the Federal Trade Commission. From my early days of using email, sites like MySpace, and later getting my first smartphone, it was a common practice for me to breeze right past or simply “accept” privacy policies on websites and apps. That […]

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