Internet Marketing News 2024

The latest online marketing news for 2024.

We will be compiling news from the Digital Marketing world as well as some of the latest Internet News and Trends here.

The latest News from the Guardian Internet Editorials can be viewed below:

  • Fri, 24 May 2024 11:17:08 +0000: Kabosu, dog that inspired ‘Doge’ meme and became face of Dogecoin, dies - Internet | The Guardian

    Atsuko Sato announces death of her shiba inu, whose 2010 photo led her to be described as the ‘Mona Lisa of the internet’

    The Japanese dog whose photo inspired a generation of oddball online jokes and the £18bn Dogecoin cryptocurrency beloved by Elon Musk has died, her owner said.

    “She quietly passed away as if asleep while I caressed her,” Atsuko Sato wrote on her blog on Friday, thanking the fans of her shiba inu called Kabosu – the face of the ‘Doge’ meme.

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  • Thu, 23 May 2024 15:00:36 +0000: Peripathetic by Cher Tan review – essays on punk, work and the internet are incredibly good fun - Internet | The Guardian

    Tan’s fast-paced, acidic essays are guided by big ideas, drawing on her personal story to speak to the invisible, powerful forces that shape us all

    There is a furious, frenetic energy to writing in Peripathetic, Cher Tan’s debut collection of essays. In part this is stylistic – Tan’s writing is fast-paced, peppered with acerbic one-liners that she deploys to devastating effect and layered with details, often understated and left to resonate with what surrounds them. But this energy is also borne along the vast range of the ideas and thinkers Tan engages with across these essays – cultural, queer and economic theorists, artists and writers of many different kinds – which she draws together in unusual and often invigorating combinations.

    Peripathetic is interested in work and capitalism and the ways these complicate and impinge upon the selves we are able to make within and around such a totalising system. There are essays on social media and the self as a commodity, on “shit jobs” and their conditions of labour, on the hope and promise of the early internet, and on punk and the impossibility of counter-culture within a system that seeks to co-opt or commercialise difference. All of these are united by an interest in outsiderness and precarity – what it means to exist on the periphery, and what might be possible from this position.

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  • Thu, 23 May 2024 14:02:07 +0000: Vivek Ramaswamy acquires 7.7% activist stake in BuzzFeed - Internet | The Guardian

    The former Republican presidential candidate invested in the media company intending to ‘shift its strategy’

    Vivek Ramaswamy, the former Republican presidential candidate who has regularly attacked the media and made claims that climate change is a “hoax”, has acquired a large stake in BuzzFeed in order to “shift its strategy”.

    The 7.7% stake in the media company that helped pioneer viral social media content and moved into digital news is worth more than $2.7m, according to a filing with the SEC, which also states Ramaswamy intends to engage with BuzzFeed’s board of directors as an activist investor.

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  • Thu, 23 May 2024 08:52:11 +0000: Best podcasts of the week: The stars of Who Shat on the Floor at My Wedding? return with a gripping new mystery - Internet | The Guardian

    Why did a mini corduroy suit appear in a woman’s home? Helen McLaughlin, Karen Whitehouse and Lauren Kilby dive down a new rabbit hole. Plus: five of the best podcasts about songs

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    Glad We Had This Chat With Caroline Hirons
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    You can get celebrities to spill serious tea by digging into their beauty bags, which skincare guru and natural chatterbox Caroline Hirons knows all too well in her new interview series. It’s an impressive start with first guest Sarah Jessica Parker, who reveals her favourite Boots beauty buy for under £2, gets frank on ageing and her body, compares her parenting style with that of husband Matthew Broderick and gushes over Zadie Smith. Hollie Richardson

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  • Mon, 20 May 2024 13:22:44 +0000: ‘We got the energy’: Irish children’s rap video goes viral - Internet | The Guardian

    The Spark, a song created by a group of nine-to-12-year-olds including refugees, has amassed 8.6m views

    It is called The Spark and has been declared the song of the summer – a viral sensation from a group of children in Ireland who filmed the video in a day.

    Since launching on 15 May, the song has amassed 8.6m views and been hailed as a drum’n’bass-beat masterpiece with infectious energy.

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