While the state of the retail industry is changing dramatically, a major beverage company makes a big change with its marketing efforts.
Whether we’re looking for a special promotion or discount, it has become a daily habit for us to see our favorite retailers or restaurants on our social media feeds.
As El Niño storms keep making national weather headlines this year, we also monitored other interesting news this week.
From Nike’s new idea for a smart shoe to Nasty Gal’s new fashion collaboration with Courtney Love, check out what’s making lifestyle headlines this week.
Happy Holidays from the EDK team! While we’ve been enjoying egg nog and time spent with family and friends, here’s what’s making our lifestyle news roundup this week.
From “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” box office records to Google’s top search terms for 2015, here’s the lifestyle news we’re talking about at EDK.
EDK founder Endrea Kosven was one of the featured social media experts quoted in Business News Daily on the topic of marketing on Instagram.
Lancome launches whimsical holiday campaign on social media, while one major Los Angeles boutique retailer is shuttering operations after years of being the backdrop for many celebrity shopping excursions.
Social media networks gather a large amount of data on its users, which is why so many businesses now advertise on platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
In the last few years, we’ve been introduced to a new holiday shopping day that encourages shopping small — Small Business Saturday.
From Barbie ads to IKEA labs, here are the stories giving us something to talk about this week.
Itching for sweet potato pie this Thanksgiving holiday? Well, you might have to wait a little while. A viral Facebook video causes massive demand for one brand of the sweet dessert.
What’s the world chatting about? From millennial moms to the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, here are the news stories giving our inbox something to talk about.
The proof is in the numbers: did you know that content with visually appealing photos and graphics average 94 percent more views than those without?
The social media platform popular with celebrities and media just made the site a little more user-friendly by removing the “favorites” function and replacing the star button with a heart for “like.”