Use Nextdoor, get rid of Facebook

Use Nextdoor, get rid of Facebook

Nextdoor Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 11 December 2018 Use Nextdoor, get rid of Facebook About a year or so ago, I kissed Facebook goodbye. Much to my surprise, it’s making me use NextDoor more. My withdrawal from online communities probably isn’t a...
The Twitter brand only succeeds by banning abusers

The Twitter brand only succeeds by banning abusers

Twitter brand Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 10 September 2018 The Twitter brand only succeeds by banning abusers I have to admit that, originally, the thought of Twitter banning anyone seemed ridiculous. Even Alex Jones. The Twitter brand lives on banter,...
Quora gets online etiquette right

Quora gets online etiquette right

Quora Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 21 August 2018 Quora gets online etiquette right I have long found issue with online public discourse, namely with interactions on Twitter. It seems users can tweet anything outlandish (see: Alex Jones) and it’ll...
Facebook brand meaning stands for secret and inept

Facebook brand meaning stands for secret and inept

Facebook brand meaning Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 30 July 2018 Facebook brand meaning stands for secret and inept The Facebook brand meaning is under siege. Its stock plummets 19% on Thursday, robbing it of $119 billion in market value. You might say,...
Thrive makes a difference for phone users

Thrive makes a difference for phone users

Thrive app Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 22 May 2018 Thrive makes a difference for phone users Like most of us, I have a love-hate relationship with my cell phone. This is why I know Arianna Huffington is onto something great with the Thrive app. On the...
Zuckerberg, Facebook and brand repair

Zuckerberg, Facebook and brand repair

Mark Zuckerberg Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 9 April 2018 Zuckerberg, Facebook and brand repair What to do if you’re Mark Zuckerberg? Your lifelong baby, Facebook, stabs itself in the neck by selling customer data. You’re testifying before Congress in...
TV streaming revolution charges ahead with ESPN Plus

TV streaming revolution charges ahead with ESPN Plus

ESPN Plus Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 4 April 2018 TV streaming revolution charges ahead with ESPN Plus It’s happening. With television viewing moving away from cable and satellite, it’s the streaming services taking control of our lives. The last fort...
Cambridge Analytica and Facebook problems

Cambridge Analytica and Facebook problems

Cambridge Analytica Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 29 November 2016 Cambridge Analytica and Facebook problems The Facebook Cambridge Analytica problems swarm news feeds, and for good reason. Much of the news focuses on Cambridge Analytica, its use of data...
Netflix spending means you can never leave

Netflix spending means you can never leave

Netflix spending Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 26 February 2018 Netflix spending means you can never leave Reading that Netflix’s spending on content is reaching $8 billion makes you wonder, “Why?” Reading that Amazon spending on content reaches $5...
NFL TV ratings slump is a mirage

NFL TV ratings slump is a mirage

NFL TV ratings Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 3 January 2018 NFL TV ratings slump is a mirage One look at Nielson’s NFL TV ratings for 2017, and it demonstrates that we should all just take a deep breath when it comes to downfall of the NFL. First off,...
End of the American Century

End of the American Century

American Influence. Declining. Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 12 October 2017 End of the American Century I was thinking about a book, written by a friend of mine entitled The End of the American Century. The author is Steve Schlossstein (yes indeed 3 Ss),...
AOL AIM ignored the entire competitive set

AOL AIM ignored the entire competitive set

AOL AIM Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 9 October 2017 AOL AIM ignored the entire competitive set The news of AOL ending its AIM service comes as a shock to no one. Now, AOL can concentrate on…um. What exactly? The Huffington Post, which it owns?...