Author: Adam Chan

ADAM CHAN is a Blogger at Fishbat, a social media marketing agency. He is a senior at Five Towns College, studying business and audio production.

Foursquare and MoMA team up for a NYC scavenger hunt

The Museum of Modern Art currently has exhibitions for Henri Labrouste and Le Corbusier, two architects that had a huge influence on global architecture. Exciting stuff right? But MoMA is doing something unique, something that has probably never been done before with social media. MoMA has partnered up with Foursquare to launch a NYC architecture scavenger hunt to help promote the two exhibits and the beautiful architecture that makes up New York from the Upper East Side to Battery Park. The Foursquare scavenger hunt is set up to find…

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Instagram’s new video feature cuts the Vine

This week, the very popular picture-sharing app Instagram, launched a new video recording function feature. This is a direct response to Twitter’s 6-second video sharing app, Vine. Since its launch in January, Vine has grown at an alarming rate to over 13 million users. However, most of my friends haven’t even heard about this app despite the fact that Vine has been topping the charts for free download apps. However, Instagram recently unveiled a new update, which has the potential to knock out Vine. In a nutshell, the new update…

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4 reasons #socialmedia has most people jumping on the smartphone bandwagon

Believe it or not, people are still using flip phones, Motorola Razors, and phones with buttons!… what? But those folks are increasingly in the minority. A new study by Princeton Survey Research Associates International found that 61% of American cell phone users are now using a smartphone. But why now? I think social media plays a huge role. Here’s why:   It’s always with you Right now the only way to connect with friends and family through social media is through a PC/Mac, tablet or a smart phone. So unless you want to wait till…

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