Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership all starting with a golden circle and the question "Why?" His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers ...
Great one! If you find your "Why" as a person or as an organisation, I assume you also find the motivation to reach further and higher. Also an help for your business / content strategy and your creativity. A real booster
According to a new infographic from global communications company M Booth and media measurement and analytics company Simply Measured, visual content is not only taking the online world by storm; it’s also driving engagement!
Here are some highlighted stats from the infographic that make the case:
On Facebook, videos are shared 12X more than links and text posts combined. On Facebook, photos are liked 2X more than text updates. 42% of all Tumblr posts are photos. On YouTube, 100 million users are taking a social action on videos every week. Photo and video posts on Pinterest are referring more traffic than Twitter, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn, and Google+.
Sur plusieurs jours, une personne couvre par ses déplacements une certaine surface dans la ville, montrant ainsi les lieux et les passages qu'elle fréquente. Le temps, choisi comme épaisseur, donne à voir en volume la topologie de nos mouvements.
Indexing Images in Google – Content Promotion and your Websites ...Business 2 CommunityAn important area that I often see as being overlooked when companies are developing their content marketing strategy is the attention to detail when it comes.
Sequence photography is a technique of shooting a series of images in where the subject is captured in successive motion. This technique conveys motion in a static image, and comes in great use for sport photography.
Global companies are seeking out new markets and looking for more customers in other countries and regions. Online content and specifically a company’s website is the most important venue for marketing to global audiences.
"People are more likely to take favorable risks if they think in a foreign language"
"'We know from previous research that because people are naturally loss averse, they often forgo attractive opportunities,' said University of Chicago psychologist Boaz Keysar, a leading expert on communication. 'Our new findings demonstrate that such aversion to losses is much reduced when people make decisions in their non-native language.'"