Five things about Bite this month.
Emojis are out, GIFs are in: Tinder integrates with Giphy to bring your fave GIFs to dating.
Forbes breaks down Super Bowl Check out what DoorDash sees with deliveries and the big game.
Play your games your way with Plantronics’ RIG 500 – see what PCMag has to say.
Want to mention Beyonce in your email marketing? GoDaddy’s Steven Aldrich has tips on how to make them relevant.
Bite SF welcomed Dana Whitney and Kate Miller!
We don’t believe in producing content for the sake of it. Instead, we look at everything you’ve created, and are creating – then help you to rethink, reduce, and remix.
Our challenge was to launch Cumulus Networks into the fiercely contested networking space, a task that involved combatting ingrained incumbents casting doubt on Cumulus’ approach to networking, and differentiating from other less substantial networking startups.
Our challenge was to help GoDaddy overcome legacy reputation and position itself as a small business champion with serious tech credentials.
Our challenge from the New York Times was to think outside the boundaries of traditional media relations to create a groundswell of attention for the launch of NYT Now app at SXSWi, then continue momentum Post-SXSWi through experiential events.
We love our work for brands that challenge convention and disrupt markets.
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CEO of North America
Here are just a few members of our team – totally up for it and dedicated to doing great work and stopping content pollution. This is why everyone enjoys being a Biter. Come join us.