Literally Media logo

In the News

Know Your Meme takes this very seriously, as we provide a resource for people to gain a sufficient understanding of memes in order to participate in this type of communication," says Caldwell. "I also think future historians will gain a much deeper insight into the culture of different time periods by having resources like Know Your Meme.
3/03/21
9 tips from Literally Media on engaging users with Image Testing
1/27/21
The Science Behind A Great Meme
12/18/20
If Brands Want Diverse and Competitive Content, They Must Change Their Media Plans
9/24/20
While the general U.S. population enjoys a good meme, political ones aren’t that popular. Take a look at the full infographic and check back monthly as we will dive deeper into meme sentiment with our partners at Know Your Meme
9/15/20
Redesigning a logo or making an empty statement invite criticism and accusations of slacktivism
7/17/20
Don Caldwell, the editor of Know Your Meme, said that part of the reason these videos spread so far is that they're generic enough to appeal to a broad audience and don't carry a particular political view, agenda or message.
7/14/20
The Man Bigger Than the Meme - Vice Documentary
5/27/20
Future researchers can rest easy: Know Your Meme, Urban Dictionary, Creepypasta and Cute Overload have all been preserved by the Library of Congress
4/07/20
Washington Post
Bored Gen Z kids recreate March Madness in mom’s basement using eBaum's World Twitch channel and an Xbox 360
3/16/20
The world wide web turns 30: our favorite memories from a to z
3/12/19
Top 5 Meme Predictions We’re Going to See in 2019
1/22/19