Joel Comm

Joel Comm is a Columnist at Grit Daily. He is a New York Times bestselling author, blockchain enthusiast, professional keynote speaker, social media marketing strategist, live video expert, technologist, brand influencer, futurist and eternal 12-year old. With over two decades of experience harnessing the power of the web, publishing, social media and mobile applications to expand reach and engage in active relationship marketing, Joel is a sought-after public speaker who leaves his audiences inspired, entertained, and armed with strategic tools to create highly effective new media campaigns. His latest project is as co-host of The Bad Crypto Podcast, a top cryptocurrency show making the future of digital payments easy to understand.

How to Make the Most of LinkedIn’s New Live Video Feature

LinkedIn is rolling out a new video feature. After seeing a large growth in traffic and revenues after launching native video in the summer of 2017, the Microsoft property is now experimenting with live video. The service is currently available in the US on an invite-only basis but you can expect it to launch universally in the near future. LinkedIn is late to the live video party. Facebook released its Live service in August 2015 and made it available to everyone in April the following year....

Facebook’s Decline Shows the Face of the Next Social Media Wave

A government minister has threatened to ban social media firms if they don’t start censoring content. The threat hasn’t come from China, which recently closed Bing for a day, after already locking out Twitter, Google, and Facebook. It’s come from the UK. Speaking on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show, a political interview program, the British health secretary Matt Hancock warned social media firms that they will face legislation if they don’t do a better job of policing the posts made on their...

“The Fun Formula” Explains How To Work Your Life And Enjoy It Too

When Apple opened its App Store in 2008, the world didn’t quite know what to expect. Until then, the iPhone had come with little more than a dozen in-built apps, including Stocks, Notes and Calculator. Soon thousands of new programs were vying for a spot on the device’s home page. But one stood out. iFart Mobile wasn’t the most sophisticated app to ever enter the App Store. It certainly wasn’t the most serious. But it was one of the most successful, remaining in the number one slot for three...

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