Curation tools, techniques and practices are steady becoming more and more professional. Storify and Scoop.it are leading the pack with their new upgrades. Today Scoop.it also fixed the integration with Storify stories. Here is an example, curating articles, quotes, tweets, photos and videos.
It seems that the oldest debate in media is that of the separation of church and state—keeping content and advertising siloed so that there is no confusion between the two for the reader. But with sponsored content (a.k.a.
I just can’t believe it. On Friday afternoon, my Twitter stream was overflowing with Tweets and Retweets of what could only be best described as an outpouring or gushing of love and support for my new book by some of the world’s most recognized...
∞ Websites Fantastic curation of minimalist web design sites. ∞ Videos Collection of the most inspiring and aesthetic fashion videos. ∞ Fashion Compilation of latest fashion campaigns, editorials and related projects featuring beautiful models.
Path consists of a series of saved moments -- photos, songs you listened to, places you visited, and so on. It's analogous to Facebook's Timeline feature, but designed to be shared with a more intimate circle of friends. The search feature, which sits at the top of the app, retrieves your memories in clever ways.
While it’s beyond most of us mere mortals to run 100 meters in under 10 seconds like Usain Bolt, here are three steps you can use to create social content just as quickly (well nearly, anyway). 1. The digital flyer: Creating posters for the desktop
There has been a rush of fact-checking of recent comments made by Republican vice-presidential nominee Paul Ryan, but does this mean the traditional media’s obsession with objectivity and the “view from nowhere” has changed? Not really — which is why more alternative sources are necessary.
Flipboard’s new curation tools for creating custom magazines may appeal to individual users, but they will likely also appeal to advertisers and other brands — and therein lies the potential for real media disruption.
6 Actionable Millennial Marketing Tips [Research] Don’t underestimate the buying power and influence of the Millennial Generation, those people born between 1977 and 2000. Despite often being classified with Gen Xers, Millennials are starting to...
TalkingLayers is a website widget for site owners to enable their users to share and write comments on any element on the page they like. So basically we break down the barrier of the page and allow you to share an image from the page, or write a comment on a specific paragraph. We found this way to be more engaging and allowing contextual communication.
Put simply – rotation curation is a way of using Twitter in which a regularly changing roster of guests take turns (usually a week in duration) tweeting from the same Twitter account. The Twitter account ‘rotates’ between the different guests, who are selected or ‘curated’ by the owner or manager of the account. It sounds very simple, and it is.
The first step you take when you are new to Empire Avenue is to connect all of your social feeds. This is important to the “game” because it is what helps drive your score but it is also important for the content marketing aspect of the site.
Twitter is unsettling other tech companies and causing ripples in the media space. To learn more about where the company is going, we sat down with its head lawyer who shared his ideas on everything from publishing to patent trolls.
It is always fun to watch successful founders come back into the startup arena again. Joshua Schachter, who created the social-bookmarking service Delicious, is back with Tasty Labs and today released Human.io, a platform for micro-task collaboration. It seems like a good platform for creatives.
The Journal today announced WorldStream, which will “consist solely of footage captured on smartphones by Dow Jones and Journal reporters and editors … Each video is under a minute, and all footage is reviewed by an editor before being posted to the stream.”