Heineken’s the latest big brand to partner with Facebook, following in the footsteps of another purveyor of booze, Diageo, as well as American Express. While Diageo’s deal with Facebook was worth millions of dollars, neither terms nor characterizations of the Heineken agreement were disclosed.
Netherlands-based Heineken will get special access to Facebook’s marketing solutions. The digital giant will also consult the beer company, according to a statement today, supplying “deep expertise in building long-term relationships between brands and their audiences.”
President Trump's digital savvy isn't limited to social media. As it turns out, the Trump Organization owns thousands of domain names, possibly even more than 10,000.
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I didn’t vote for him last November. There was no way this registered Democrat from the blue state of Massachusetts would check that box. But I have to give him props for his tweets.
On Thursday, Twitter reported its earnings for Q4 2016, and the results have raised questions about the company's long-term future.