What does it really take to be a better cook? Aside from practice, expert guidance (read: YouTube tutorials), cooking show marathons, and trial and error, it also takes a certain kind of person. Someone with a curious spirit who has a little bit of grit, a touch of ambition and a whole lot of patience.
Chicago guy. Car guy. Music guy. Our guy. Meet PJ, co-founder and Managing Partner here at Popskull. With a diverse background that ranges from finance to copywriting, PJ is equal parts creative thinker and business driver.
Have you ever found yourself leaving the movie theater in a dream-like state, feeling as though your faded polyester seat transported you to another world, let you in on a big secret, and then returned you to reality an entirely new person? The power of motion picture is undeniable, and chances are, you could fire off three movie titles that changed you, or at least left a lasting impression (go ahead, we’ll wait).
Ah, the Facebook algorithm. If there’s one thing we as advertisers know about it, it’s finicky at best and constantly evolving. So it doesn’t come as much of a surprise that Facebook is altering it again. In a long personal post, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, announced earlier this month that Facebook's algorithm is getting a makeover and the social network is aiming to create more “meaningful” interactions between friends and family, the way the network was intended to be used. As publishers and brands have worked tirelessly for a spot in your News Feed, they are now up against an algorithm that’s working hard to keep them out. That is unless of course they are creating a discourse that Facebook deems meaningful.
What better way to end a night out imbibing than a safe ride home? Lyft partnered with Baderbräu to create Five Star Lager, a tasty brew to be served on-premise in Chicago with the potential to expand to other cities. The beer is a part of their “Safe Rides” program and promotes such with discount codes, worth up to 60% off, for bar-goers to get a ride home.
Founded in 2009, Swoon Group, a technology and professional services recruiting firm, needed help breaking into the highly competitive technology recruiting space. Founder Andy Baker, former CEO of Glotel, and current Swoon CEO, Michelle Baker, turned to Popskull to help them successfully launch their company and ensure future growth.