We all know that sponsored content is an effective website monetization strategy. Instead of marketers throwing up unnatural and obstructive advertisements that either re-direct readers or interrupt their experience on your site, sponsored content can create an environment of trust.
It's finally over, the debates have ended and the nation has let out a collective sigh of relief. Which means that the debate hangover is hitting people full force. Companies like Excedrin are taking advantage of the madness by starting #DebateHeadache.
The Vice Presidential debate lacked the hype that was surrounding the Presidential debate just one week ago. Are we in the midst of a political hangover or do people just not care as much?
In case you haven't been on the internet today and this is somehow the first thing you see, let us brace you. The first Presidential Debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took place last night. A record 100 million Americans were expected to tune in and watch the candidates square off.
Here at SquareOffs one of our main goals is to cure comment chaos. Current online debate systems (i.e. commenting systems) such as commeting sections on articles, and Facebook comments are used by 55% of Americans, while 78% report reading the comment section, according to Nieman Labs.
It’s incredible to think that a full year has passed since the inaugural Techweek KC where we were one of the lucky recipients of a Launch KC Grant. This year we are not only hosting a panel, Thursday at 1:30 but, also hosting a party at our Lead Bank Office. This grant accelerated our trajectory as a company tenfold. As most entrepreneurs know, not all of these milestones are tangible, but we’ve managed to narrow it down to a few big ones.