Snapchat has been a technology darling for a few years now— or at least it was. The company was innovative and forward thinking, so much so that Facebook and Instagram— the true juggernauts of social media, started to blatantly copy the app. One could only wonder whether or not the little David would be able to win against the thieving Goliaths.

The company has been working on a revamp of the app’s interface for all of last quarter. It tested a beta for months and has obviously put a lot of time, thought and money into its latest endeavor. After

Millennials are the United States’ largest age group. At about 75-80 million they are a fourth of the country’s total population and yet very few companies are properly targeting them. The rampant stereotypes and misnomers about the group are the biggest reasons why. Here’s some background.

There are a lot of opinions on millennials out there, and very few of them are positive. Even millennials can be hard on their own generational cohorts, though one would suggest that this is most likely due to an innate human desire to feel ‘special’ or ‘unique’ which makes us more likely to state things like, “why is my generation so lazy, I work very hard.” It’s because we want to believe we work harder than our peers.

The opening of the new Museum of Failure in Los Angeles got us thinking about why marketing and public relations are so important– at first we were going to write an analytical piece pulling from scholarly sources about why startups need to retain a marketing and PR firm.

However, that seemed a little dry for the week after New Year’s Eve. Therefore, as a gift to our readers, we’ve created a piece over the greatest marketing disasters of all time, because everybody loves a good trainwreck – (and that’s not just a metaphor).