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The Content, Commerce & Social Media Revolution - CrowdFunde

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After Google's algorithm changes content is KING, context QUEEN. Online merchants who "match the hatch" of content to customers create advantage. Winning this advantage takes courage.

Courage because when one revolution happens things get crazy. When three revolutions are happening simultaneously its time to get in the basement with water and a year's supply of canned goods.

Instead of doing that we suggest reading about how content, commerce and social media can contribute to one another on CrowdFunde our startup dedicated to helping websites, brands and companies tap wisdom of crowds.

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Join The Marketing Revolution on Scoop.it - Follow, Contribute

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Do you LOVE Internet marketing? We do too. Join the Marketing Revolution on Scoop.it by following.

Seeking 5 Fellow Scoopers to contribute. If you would like to contribute to the Marketing Revolution leave your @TwitterName in Comments or tweet @ScentTrail.

Together we create a NEW Marketing.

Together we are smarter than apart.

Together we have more FUN.

Join the Marketing Revolution on Scoop.it
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Esther Coronel De Iberkleid's comment, May 19, 2013 10:09 PM
I did check and sent you a message on facebook private. Please check and I look forward to hear from you. Great week!
Carla Deter's comment, June 1, 2013 7:57 PM
Hi Esther! Martin - I'm In. Are there spots left? I love on-line promotions! Contact me or I can contact you. I've been watching the Marketing Revolution across many scoops until I came upon this opportunity. Email: socialinfairfaxva@yahoo.com
Esther Turón Perez 's curator insight, June 28, 2013 3:37 PM

Good team, ;). I'm inside group Social Media Revolution (Spanish community), why not on Marketing Revolution? ;P

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Mobile Revolution: Is ShowMaging Next

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Showmaging Art Forum I love Artforum Magazine. The magazine is a work of art itself. It is an over sized glossy the likes of which will be gone soon. We can'
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Shomaging Artforum Magazine
Yesterday in what may be the first instance of "showmaging" I sat in Barnes and Noble and took pictures of articles in Artform Magazine. I love Artforum and used to buy it regularly, but I can't imagine such passive consumption now.

Now I want to be involved and if content isn't on my pad or laptop it doesn't exist. Yes I prefer books, but books are a bigger commitment. I will miss the oversized glossy presentation of Artforum, but I just can't be so quiet in my consumption of a timely piece of content such as a monthly magazine about art.

Here are tips I shared that could help print publishers survive the mobile revolution, and make no mistake the world of woe print publishers are in comes from those very SMART PHONES we carry:

 

* Put QR codes on your pages.

* Create platforms where WE can contribute OUR takes on your takes.

* Hold contests rewarding cool interpretations of your product in different media (web, video, mashups).

* Gamify your consumption so your customer’s takes on your published material is rewarded and prized.

* Think each page as the beginning of a DIGITAL conversation (ads tool.

* Don’t accept ads that are boring just because the pay well.

 

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Curation: The Next Web Revolution

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Third article in this series examines curation as potentially the most important product any company creates. A company's curation is what gets seen first so it importance is hard to overstate.

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