Every week millions of interesting links pop up around the Web. Some detail updates and advances in technology, some provide great insight to marketing strategies and tactics, some broaden our knowledge of the world around us, and others are just plain out-there. Since most of the staff at Aristotle share these links with each other, we thought we’d share them with you too. Enjoy.
- KitchenAid’s Obama tweet is #SoBad.
We’ve all seen this before. Apparently, someone with access to the KitchenAid Twitter account accidentally forgot to switch accounts before tweeting a very offensive comment about Obama and his grandmother. Remember, think before you tweet!
- PBS employs Twitter ads after Romeny remark.
This is very clever use of Twitter’s Promoted Tweets. After GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney claimed he’d cut PBS funding, searches for “Big Bird” went crazy on Twitter. Seeing this opportunity, PBS promoted a tweet that appears when you search for “Big Bird.” Nicely done, PBS.
- Instagram surpasses Twitter for views.
Twitter sees incredible numbers when it comes to their daily active users (DAU). But Instagram shattered their numbers in August with a record 7.3 million DAUs.
- Use Instagram to see inside all pubic places.
There are literally billions of Instagram photos out there. Combining Instagram and Foursquare, Worldcam allows you to easily search for photos related to any building in the world.
- 20 common WordPress mistakes.
Own a WordPress blog? These 20 tips will help you keep it in pristine condition.
OTHER INTERESTING FINDS
- Apple remembers Steve Jobs with video.
Maybe you knew or didn’t, but today is the one-year anniversary since Steve Jobs’s passing. Apple honors his life with a short video on their homepage.
- App helps you give people real things digitally.
Interesting idea for sure. Using the Treater app, you can buy your friends, spouse, or family member a gift through your phone and send it to them through text, Facebook, or email. Cool huh?