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The Future Starts Tomorrow - The Holmes Report

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The Holmes Report
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Consumer and people movements: Single efforts lose impact. It is consumers and new ... That's when friends will listen, ask questions and share experiences.
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How Customer Touch Points help build brands - Pitch (blog)

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The brand should integrate its brand value consistently on all platforms of communication so that the customer experiences the brand in the same way on all platforms.
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The Most Fourth Wall-Breaking Moments in Television History

The Most Fourth Wall-Breaking Moments in Television History | Future of Media - Wind of Change | Scoop.it

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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, August 7, 2013 12:34 AM

Charlie Jane Anders:  "Television has always been a medium that broke the walls of reality. From its earliest days, television shows "came into your living room." So it's not surprising that television has always dabbled in metafiction, fourth-wall-breaking and transrealism. Here are the six types of "meta" storytelling on television."

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#SEO in 2014: Back to the Basics - #WidgetWare #seotips

#SEO in 2014: Back to the Basics - #WidgetWare #seotips | Future of Media - Wind of Change | Scoop.it
SEO in 2014: Content Centric Search. Many websites aim for content between 300 and 500 words. Even with lists and headings, 1,000 words might be too much.

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Google AdWords Express: Online advertising made easy

Google AdWords Express is a quick and easy way to advertise your business on Google. Just provide a few details, and your ad will be ready in minutes. Find o...
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Facebook at 10: From Social Network to Social Phenomenon - The Next Web

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Facebook at 10: From Social Network to Social Phenomenon The Next Web This time the uproar came about when Zuckerberg included a stipulation that while information on the social network was owned by the user, if it was removed, Facebook would...
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Middle East LinkedIn Audience [Infographic]

World's top professional social network, LinkedIn, today revealed characteristics of their audience in the Middle East. -Infographic

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April 1939, Television Begins its first Live Public Broadcasts at the New York Worlds Fair.

April 1939, Television Begins its first Live Public Broadcasts at the New York Worlds Fair. | Future of Media - Wind of Change | Scoop.it

1939 New York Worlds Fair, Television is Introduced... with Miss Television X 4


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6 Free Facebook Apps Businesses Should Take Advantage Of

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For businesses, Facebook is an amazing marketing platform. It’s surprising that more businesses don’t use all of the free tools that are available.

 

Here’s a look at some of my favorite free tools on Facebook. File this one under “Favorite apps for 2012” because Facebook is always adding new features so who knows what will make the list for 2013.

 

• The App Center. The app center is basically a directory of cool apps. For instance, if you want a music player, you can find more than a dozen (Spotify isn’t the only FB music player). There are shopping and map apps, an app called Zimride that will help you arrange for carpooling, lots of travel apps and even horoscope apps. Basically the App Center allows you to add all sorts of utility to your Facebook Page. If you have an idea for an app, you can even submit an, ahem, application for Facebook approval to make it available in the App Center.

 

• Developers. If you’re a developer who is using ShortStack and customizing your apps, you have become a Facebook Developer. Using Facebook through the developer section allows you to monitor insights, check on negative feedback, check usage and adjust settings. It’s basically a data center for developers.

 

• Ads Manager. Facebook allows businesses to target their market for ads right down to the age of the viewer and his or her job title. It’s also very cost effective. If you’ve never advertised on Facebook, it’s worth a try. You can give yourself a budget of just a few dollars a day and see if it increases Likes or drives traffic to your website.

 

• Video Calling. Did you know that Facebook has teamed up with Skype to brings its users Video Calling? Since everyone is already on Facebook, it just makes it easy to reach out to your friends/contacts when you see that they are online. All you have to so is go through a quick-set up process and then look for this icon on your Timeline and you're....dialed in.

 

• Facebook Questions. Businesses seriously underuse this feature. It's part of the status update bar, and it's a great way to get feedback from your customers about services or products they'd like you to add to your offerings. For example, you could say; "We're designing a line of t-shirts. Do you like red or green better? The other cool thing about Questions is that with this sort of post your friends/fans answer it, their friends also see the response so more people are ultimately exposed to your business or brand. It's also just fun: You can ask people to tell you their favorite song or nail polish color or breakfast food or...well, you get the idea. The bottom line is that Facebook Questions are one more way to get great data from your users and give you a better Facebook experience.

 

• Facebook Insights. This is another one that is underused by businesses. But if you don't go through your data on a regular basis, how can you know if your Facebook marketing efforts are working? You can study Insights and see which kinds of posts have the most engagement, which ones seem to lead to an increase in Likes, which ones get shared the most, etc. The bottom line: All the information that you scrape from Insights will help you and your users have a better Facebook experience.

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Richard Braggs's curator insight, April 12, 2014 3:42 AM

Finding new ways, more clever ways to interrupt people doesn’t work. This is a great Scoop dealing about the 6 free Facebook Apps, very helpful.


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6 Free Facebook Apps Businesses Should Take Advantage Of

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The Social Media Revolution 2014

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