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13 Examples Of Positive Impact Of Combining Photos With Social

13 Examples Of Positive Impact Of Combining Photos With Social | Curation Revolution |

If you are curious of why Facebook bought Instagram for so much money or why Pinterest is worth so much money... the answer is our societies shift to attraction to photos is the age of information over-load.  Also, we have been hard-wired to visual communication since our cave-man days.  Here are 13 great examples of how and why adding strategic photos to social media can help your marketing.

Ken Morrison

Social media photos: how to expand your social media presence with photos that attract and engage readers.

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Quick Web Writing Lesson - Curagami

Quick Web Writing Lesson - Curagami | Curation Revolution |

Web Copy
Writing web copy that wins hearts and minds is easier and harder than you think. Easier because tiny changes make huge differences in customer engagement and your website's ability to convert. Harder because learning to slow down and think about things like empathy, using OPW (Other People's Words) and the right way to use acronyms takes practice, discipline and courage. 

Here are the tips we share on Curagami:

  • Use OPW (Other People’s Words) – Trusted sources or industry gurus make excellent sources
  • Use Customer Words – Customers know you listen when they see features of User Generated Content (UGC)
  • Touch the Universal – R&D is hard, takes time and money is a “universal truth.”
  • Cliches – Cliches are another “truth” you can turn in your favor
  • Empathy Words – Use words that create a sense of empathy between YOU and whoever is reading your copy words such as “collaborate,” “teamed with” and “love.”
  • Acronyms – Acronyms can convey industry knowledge, but be sure to explain fully the first time you use an acronym


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Help me choose my new Headphones Game Icons design! VOTE NOW!

Help me choose my new Headphones Game Icons design! VOTE NOW! | Curation Revolution |

Headphones Game Icons - VOTE NOW
We're selecting a designer to win our @99Designs contest. The Brief asked designers to create cool icons for our new Headphones Game. See the finalists and cast your vote to help decide who will win the Headphones Game Icon contest. 

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