Google Analytics has announced new social reports today, designed to help marketers measure the return on investment for social media activities. “Many social measurement tools focus on social listening by monitoring keywords and buzz.
Cancer, blood pressure, anaemia and still births. Ok these are all the bad things but are tea and coffee really that bad for you? They are our favourite drinks and they form an increasing aspect of our diet year after year.
This is production footage from my forthcoming debut film, "TimeScapes," a portrait of the American Southwest. This video was filmed and edited at 4K (4096x2304) resolution, four times greater than regular 1080p HD.
Few things give a sense of excitement-veering-into-fear like the moment you realize you're lost, alone and in the middle of a vast area with no cell signal. Thankfully, tours to these wild regions guarantee to get you out again safely. Also on...
Macro shot pictures can be captured by using special macro lenses, which focus on the minutest details of the object you want to capture. Macro shot is very useful when you want to capture something from very close.
While there are many differences between search marketing and social media, and each has its strengths, both are essential in marketing today. Interestingly, they take on exponentially more power when marketers use them together.
To identify what works best for particular goals, MDG Advertising created an enlightening infographic that distinguishes the digital supremacy between social media and search marketing, as well as the collective strength of this dynamic duo. Take a look at how these two online methods measure up on their own and in sync.
Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Business and Beyond"