Does your Twitter, Reddit, Facebook, Instagram or other social media feed feature photos of your new sports car, boat, fabulous vacation or the beach house that you bought with your crypto gains? Do you also report a low income on your taxes?
You wouldn’t be alone if you were bragging about your crypto riches on social media. But you should know that the IRS is watching. They want their piece of your crypto gains and they’re stepping up their search.
B.L. Ochman interviews Shelly Palmer, expert in crypto currency and the impact it will have on marketing. Shelly covers tech and business for Good Day New York; writes a weekly column for Adweek; and is a regular commentator on CNN and CNBC. He co-hosts the award winning podcast Tech Stream with Shelley Palmer and Seth Everett.
BuzzFeed's Tasty and NBCUniversal's Today show are extending their partnerships with household brand Campbell's Soup. They're cooking up a campaign that will not only deepen already massive engagement, but furthers their goal of driving shoppers into stores by bringing digital, social and broadcast together in a trend-setting first for strategic partnerships.
The initial results of this big shift in mainstream media planning and buying are already looking like home run.
A surge in cryptocurrency prices this year created many crypto paper millionaires and brought millions into the game. But the digital currency market is a rollercoaster ride. As a result, many of those fortunes have already evaporated as crypto prices fell precipitously.
Whether or not crypto will transform the nature of money remains to be seen. It’s important to debunk the myths that can trap unknowing investors into gambling away their money - and failing to meet their tax obligations.
When fourth generation grocer and YPO member Jeffrey Brown opened his first store in 2004 in a low-income Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, neighborhood with a history of gun violence and hired several returning felons to work in it, he says most people thought he was crazy.
Fifteen years later, he’s CEO and President of Brown’s Super Stores, which ranks in the top 50 U.S. small grocery chains and reports sales of approximately USD500 million. Of his 12 stores, six of them are successful ‘food...
TikTok Influencer Interview
Introducing Miranda Head
B.L. Ochman: Hi, welcome to the Beyond Social Media Show, the podcast for marketing PR, advertising and digital professionals. We're recording Episode 347. live on YouTube with my guest TikTok star Miranda Head. Miranda is a TikTok Creator Partner with more than 7 million views. Host of the TikTok Famous podcast and Social Media Manager for FloQast. How do I pronounce that?
Miranda Head: Flow cast.
How Long Has @CookingWithMiranda Been On T...
New Guide Includes Reporting Requirements and Potential Penalties
In a new Sanctions Compliance Guide, The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the U.S. Treasury reiterates that compliance obligations apply equally to transactions involving virtual currencies and those involving traditional fiat currencies.
With a broad stroke, OFAC defines the Virtual Currency Industry as technology companies, exchanges, administrators, miners, wallet providers and financial institutions that may have ...
I interviewed Dr. Michael Solomon for the Beyond Social Media Show Podcast, which I have produced and co-hosted weekly since 2013.
As a professor of marketing (in the Haub School of Business at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia) and an industry consultant, Michael combines cutting-edge academic theory with actionable real-world strategies. An executive at Subaru said it best: “The man is a scholar who is current and street-wise.”
Katsura Sunshine is the only living non-Japanese Master of Rakugo storytelling, and only the second non-Japanese Rakugo master in the last 100 years. Rakugo is a 400-year-old tradition of comic storytelling in Japan. The stories have been passed down from master to apprentice aurally through the centuries. Katsura Sunshine was born in Toronto Canada and holds Slovenian citizenship as well as Canadian. He began in entertainment as a playwright, composer and producer of musical theatre, and h...
What if a wine delivery service, a maker of cooking utensils, or a food brand could reach almost half a billion hungry people just as they're ready to prep a meal? BuzzFeed has now made that exact scenario possible.
BuzzFeed just announced two new offerings: a countertop smart appliance called Tasty One Top and an all-new Tasty iPhone app featuring more than 1,700 videos of recipes from their wildly popular Tasty network. The two work in tandem to make meal prep practically "paint by numbers....