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New LinkedIn Marketing Labs Courses Made Available to Members

LinkedIn opened the doors Wednesday to free online learning center LinkedIn Marketing Labs, which provides curated courses for marketers looking to use the platform's tools

One-Half of Online Harassment Victims Attributed Their Experiences to Political Differences

Political differences are a driving force behind online harassment, as a new study from Pew Research Center found that 41% of U.S. adults have personally

In Its Latest Freewheeling Ad, Harmon Brothers Cast a 1,300-Pound Grizzly

If one wants to illustrate "hearty," then the lumberjack/forest milieu is certainly one way to go. For pancake mix maker Kodiak Cakes, a big bear

The 3 Biggest Trends That Should Be on Every Marketer’s Radar for 2021

Advertisers and marketers are familiar with disruption. But in 2020, disruption wasn't dictated by a new medium. Instead, marketers and advertisers had to make massive

Checkers Monster Truck Crushes Everything That Sucked About 2020 (and That’s a Lot)

Just before the end of 2020, Pew released an unsurprising survey that when it comes to everything from the economy to the coronavirus and the

If You’re Struggling With Going Vegan, This Relatable Ad About Sneaking Cheese Is for You

LONDON--Whether you're trying to lose weight, get fit, read more, learn more or take up a new hobby this year, January is the month when

Natural Light’s $470 Million Art Installation Is a Commentary on the Student Debt Crisis

When looking back on your college years, what's the first thing that comes to mind? Parties, football games, a friend group, your favorite professor? For

How to Reduce AI Bias Like Google Does

Social movements of the past year have helped shine a light on the many ways in which human bias can creep into the algorithms that

Philo, Which Streams Discovery’s Cable Networks, Isn’t Worried About Discovery+

Since 2017, Philo has differentiated itself from other virtual MVPD offerings by focusing exclusively on entertainment and lifestyle programming, including streaming more than a dozen

Cruise Lines Still Awaiting Guidance From CDC to Set Sail

Although they haven't carried a single U.S. passenger since late March, the cruise industry is still staying afloat--by burning cash at historic levels. Preliminary earnings