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Psychology Today has a blog posting by Renee Engeln Ph.D. that looks at what research shows about the psychology of posting selfies. There is a term she identifies, “impression management” that provides an understanding of the mental process young women …
How did consumers use mobile and smartphones during Super Bowl LI? Adweek has prepared a simple analysis of six statistics that show mobile use changes before, during and after the event. The high point was Lady Gaga’s Pepsi-sponsored halftime show. …
Kim Kardashian West says she does all her own social media. But according to Vanity Fair, most social media for stars and politicians is produced and managed by individuals and companies hired to do the work. No surprise there. …