One of the common refrains we hear from the modern Luddite is that one of the awful things about today's internet culture is that it's flooded with too much "crap." (Is The Internet Enabling Bad Content… Or Killing Bad Content?http://me.lt/4o7hJ)
It didn't take any time at all for this year's Best Picture to be spoofed, thanks to Jimmy Kimmel's post-Oscars special and his parody of winning film "The King's Speech." Kimmel's writers were ready for the win with this hilarious and political spoof, "The President's Speech," centered around former President George W. Bush and featuring former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson.
Copywriting refers to the use of written copy to promote a business or entity. The ultimate purpose of copywriting is to expand the client base of a business., Daily Resource for Web Designers and Developers. (What is Copywriting and How is it Important for a Designer? | InstantShift.com http://bit.ly/f4JLHy // Good read.)
Zoup's on at the Buell Children's Museum: "Alphabet Zoup," the museum's winter/spring exhibit, will be on display through May 28 at the Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center.
Children's museum focuses on creativity: Visitors will find exhibits focused on creativity and language. tors will find exhibits focused on creativity and language. For example, A is for Africa, from which come folk tales that are embroidered on pieces of cloth. X is for X marks the spot: It features the pop-up book “600 Black Spots," as well as artwork done by students at the Pueblo School for Arts and Sciences. http://bit.ly/h5U6s4
International versions of the JCC station in English and Arabic will be available by the end of next year, the TV company says. (Official: Al Jazeera Children's channel to be broadcast in English by end of 2012 http://bit.ly/f6bnPu)
Back in 2006, when I was 24, my life was cosy and safe. I had just been promoted to associate editor at the publishing house where I'd been working since I graduated from college, and I was living with my boyfriend, Henry, and two cats in a grubby but spacious two-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn. I spent most of my free time sitting with Henry in our cheery yellow living room on our stained Ikea couch, watching TV. And almost every day I updated my year-old blog, Emily Magazine, to let a few hundred people know what I was reading and watching and thinking about.
“The problem is getting the right content to the right people, even while knowing that key decision-makers are not an easy audience to reach. Producing smart, highly targeted and truly innovative content can be really challenging.” This is one of the quotes from the B2B content marketing report published by MarketingProfs and Junta42 last September. The problem is trying to do all those things at once, while outrunning the competition and potentially outnumbing the same target audience. And indeed I have issues with the terms "target" and "audience". Why is it a problem? Because, as admitted by marketers and communicators, organizations are still learning to shift their mindset from broadcasting about products -- putting a different spin on stories is still part of that -- and products that don't feel exciting enough. Still from the report, most marketers (36% of those surveyed) also feel that content creation is just the beginning. How they socialize that content to engage customers and prospects takes an even greater slice of their resources. And a big percentage (21%) feel they are not producing enough content. Compared to whom? This is certainly no ding on the report, however since the control is marketers who feel they do a good job you should take a moment to unpack what the findings translate into for you and your organization. Here's what the report found: Self-described effective content marketers outpace the remaining survey respondents in “adoption” within every single category of content marketing. On average, effective marketers use... (Why you need a new approach to content marketing http://ow.ly/3GFMl via @conversationage)
Social Spirituality [In memory of Martin Luther King, Jr] The social web has a profound effect on everything it has touched, and its impacts have a tendency to work in similar ways on what seem to be...
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