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7 Ways to Curate Content [Without Working TOO Hard!] | Heidi Cohen

7 Ways to Curate Content [Without Working TOO Hard!] | Heidi Cohen | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Content curation involves the added value only people can provide in the form of unique taste and understanding of the target audience to select and convert selected information into a quality content offering.

 

Content curation involves the added value only people can provide in the form of unique taste and understanding of the target audience to select and convert selected information into a quality content offering. It highlights other people’s content as well as your organization’s older content in the context of your brand to support your marketing and business objectives.

 

7 Ways to curate other people’ content

Here are seven ways to curate other people’s content presenting the information in a way that highlights your brand and point of view to attract your audience....

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Seven great content curation tips from Heidi Cohen.

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Top 10 Stop-Motion Artists Doing Brilliant Work for Brands on Vine

Top 10 Stop-Motion Artists Doing Brilliant Work for Brands on Vine | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Pause your day, and take a look—or three or four—at these brilliantly crafted Vines. Marketers are finding a way to tap into the short-form nature of the medium by working with Viners who have found success creating carefully edited works.


"Stop motion animation has become an incredibly attractive way of advertising for brands and marketers who are increasingly turning to micro advertisements to reach mobile users," explained Rob Fishman, co-founder of the technology platform Niche.


Niche connects social media content creators on 19 different platforms (including Facebook, YouTube, Vine and Instagram) with brands. The company compiled the list after considering the number of followers each Vine user had and the number of branded engagements they produced. Not all the ad work had to be set up through the Niche platform to be considered....

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Vine continues to grow and attract some very creative marketing.

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Infographics: Everything You Need to Know | Nuzzel

Infographics: Everything You Need to Know | Nuzzel | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
Are you ready to use infographics in your social media marketing?Do you know how to get started?Creating infographics is getting easier. When you illustrate a concept with images, you’re likely to find a bump in social media visibility.In this article you’ll discover how to create and promote infographics to put your content front and center...
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Practical tips to get you started in creating your own infographics.
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Practical tips to get you started in creating your own infographics.

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Writing and Marketing: Content Marketing - 10 Simple Steps and 5 Powerful Benefits to Content Curation

Content curation is the process of using the content of bloggers with authority on your own site. BUT, you don’t simply reprint it with their byline (which not all bloggers allow anyway), you write your own lead-in to the curated content and then link to the source....

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Simple steps and 5 powerful benefits to content curation. Make it a part of your content marketing strategy.

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Content curation is finding information to use for your site that is written by bloggers with some type of authority on the matter. This article tells ten steps for using the curated content.  The steps start with finding something you like and creating your own lead in to the article. This could include adding your own view to the article.  They recommend adding a link of the post you are curating from, and creating a strong title with keywords.  Next, upload your post with an appealing photo and a call-to-action.  Proofread before your publish, and then share the article with your social media platforms. 

This article also gives 5 benefits to using this method.  Basically, it’s relevant, it’s easy, it gives you credibility, it saves time, and provides quality back links. 

These things can help your social media platforms grow because it expands your network. 

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20 Widgets to Improve Your Website - Jimdo Blog

20 Widgets to Improve Your Website - Jimdo Blog | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Do you ever visit a website and wonder how it got all of those “extras” to work? The booking form, the calendar, or even the weather display? Many people assume that these kinds of bells and whistles require a web developer to put in place. But these days it’s usually as simple as copying and pasting some text. Taking advantage of these tools can engage your visitors, offer valuable insights, and make a simple site much more functional....

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Anyone can install a widget onto their website—really! Here are 20 valuable website tools you can start using today.

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9 SEO Techniques to Dominate the Most Popular Methods of Content Discovery

9 SEO Techniques to Dominate the Most Popular Methods of Content Discovery | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Though Google gets roughly 3.5 billion searches a day, there are really only three types of searches that people perform -- navigational, informational, and transactional. If you want get more people to find you in search, you need to know how to optimize your content for each of these types. 


In this article, I’m going to explain each of the three types of searches and give a bit of perspective on why each one is important. Then, I’ll provide you with some tactical methods for unleashing a strategy that will allow you to dominate the SERPs for that search type....

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Learn what the three types of searches are and how to better optimize your site for them.

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Benjamin Labarthe-Piol's curator insight, September 30, 7:58 AM

Back to the basics

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10 Content Marketing Lessons from The World's Fastest Growing Websites

10 Content Marketing Lessons from The World's Fastest Growing Websites | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

The media world is changing. The traditional media such as the New York Times is under threat. Here are 10 content marketing lessons from two upstarts.


So if you want to take the art of blogging and content marketing seriously you will need to think like a publisher not an like an amatuer or hobbyist.


The 10 content marketing lessonsHere are some insights and lessons on what makes Buzzfeed and Upworthy the fastest growing websites on the planet and what you can learn and apply from their tactics to your content, blog and website....

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Learn content marketing best practices from Upworthy and BuzzFeed.

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Seven Content Marketing Tips for Media Pickup and Massive Exposure

Seven Content Marketing Tips for Media Pickup and Massive Exposure | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
Content marketing can be a great way to gain exposure for your company, but getting the media to care about your brand's news is difficult. Unless you're a Fortune 500 company, mainstream media, and even industry publications, probably won't cover your news.

You can try newsjacking—inserting your ideas and commentary into breaking news in the hopes of being quoted. Journalists get a ton of such press releases, though, and yours is usually just another needle in the haystack.

So how can you use content marketing to break into popular news stories?

We recently got in on a story that generated a massive amount of exposure and valuable citations for my company, WordStream. Our blog post on the effect that Google's Panda 4.0 algorithm had on eBay's organic search rankings ended up earning...
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Larry Kim shares seven practical content marketing tips.

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Ideo Helps Develop New Designed-Minded Journalism Degree

Ideo Helps Develop New Designed-Minded Journalism Degree | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Journalism + Design, the latest program at the The New School in New York City is teaching journalists how to think like designers, and designers how to think like journalists. With a curriculum co-developed by Ideo, the undergraduate program kicked off this semester teaching students how to harness design and design thinking in news.

This interdisciplinary collaboration between Parsons, the New School’s design college, and the liberal-arts-focused Eugene Lang College, will be the first-ever undergrad journalism program at the New School. “The idea was to combine the rigorous critical thinking of a great liberal arts college with the creative design thinking of a great design school,” Program Director Heather Chaplin tells Co.Design. The experimental new program was funded in part by a $250,000 grant from the Knight Foundation, which funds innovation in journalism.

The program--which the creators refer to as being in beta--launched with six classes on topics like “Visualizing Data,” though for the time being, students can also take applicable classes, like web design, at Parsons or at Eugene Lang. In addition to regular faculty, guest editors and designers participate in classes, and each semester more informal “pop-up classes” will taught by working journalists like John Keefe, a data news editor at WNYC who’s teaching a class--in the style of a cooking show--on how to make maps....

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This is an important initiative in journalism where design is badly needed as a skill if news is to survive in the future.

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Infographic Thursday: Content Marketing, What You Should Know

Infographic Thursday: Content Marketing, What You Should Know | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

What is content marketing? Creating and distributing relevant and quality content to potential customers to influence purchasing decisions and improve brand loyalty.

Types Used by Businesses:

  • Blogs: 69%
  • Video: 70%
  • Social Media: 84%
  • Email: 78%
  • Audio: 26%
  • Images: 33%...
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Useful tips on content marketing.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 28, 4:40 PM

Lots of useful tips on content marketing.

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Social media: Showing the ways in which people are marketing there  business, in regards to social media influence

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How to Collect Email Leads from Twitter in a Google Spreadsheet

How to Collect Email Leads from Twitter in a Google Spreadsheet | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

One of the best features of Twitter that is relatively unknown to most users is their Lead Generation cards. Your tweet, see live example, will have a button and when another Twitter user clicks the button, their email address is sent to your application (which happens to be a Google spreadsheet in this case).


Whether you are a small website owner or an event organizer, you can use these Lead Generation cards to easily collect email addresses from Twitter users who may be interested in your product. For instance, Twitter users can subscribe to your email newsletter with a click without leaving the Twitter website. Event organizers can use Twitter’s Lead Generation Cards to capture email addresses of people who may be interested in attending an upcoming event....

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Valuable social marketing strategy. Learn how to capture email addresses of Twitter users in a Google Spreadsheet with the help of Lead Generation Cards that are available to all Twitter users.

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This is something I am going to definitely explore.

deb talbot's curator insight, September 29, 6:57 AM

Still learning Twitter's features, this is something Ill check out for future events.

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Ello: Inside the Social Network That's Stealing Facebook's Lunch

Ello: Inside the Social Network That's Stealing Facebook's Lunch | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

...As it turns out, Ello was founded by entrepreneur iconoclast Paul Budnitz, founder of online retailer Kidrobot and Budnitz Bicycles. Although Ello rolled out just this summer, and is open to new users on an invitation-only basis, the New York Observer's BetaBeat blog reported today that it was experiencing sign-up requests of about 31,000 an hour.


For the past couple of weeks, Facebook has gotten a lot of flack from members of the LGBT community whose pages have been shut down because some, particularly those in the transgender community, use invented or chosen names. Some do this to avoid persecution in their communities, others do it because they are artists and peformers who have reinvented themselves. (We're thinking Ru Paul's Drag Race here.)


Facebook says it insists on real names to prevent fraud and abuse and other types of bad behavior on the network. It's unclear, however, why drag queens and transgender people have been singled out in recent weeks. 


In contrast to Facebook, Ello is ad-free, and it has no real name policy. While its look is pretty minimal, Ello's blackened out smiley face logo is somehow reminiscent of the hacker group Anonymous, and it reads quite differently from the innocuous look of Facebook's interface.


Ello's manifesto also tries to burnish its non-mainstream cred. Here's what it says....

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Facebook killer? The new, scrappy Ello is the social network of choice for disaffected users of Facebook. Here's why.

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To be followed

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Why Your Tablet Magazine Isn’t Getting Any Better | Mediashift

Why Your Tablet Magazine Isn’t Getting Any Better | Mediashift | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

I looked at my first tablet magazine in 2010. With a few exceptions, the ones I look at today aren’t all that different now than they were then. For the most part, they are magazines that look and navigate like print editions with some “enhanced” elements – an interactive graphic here, a video there. Phones get bigger and digital audiences keep growing, but magazine publishers can’t seem to create a digital product that people want to pay for.


Four years in Internet time is forever. Facebook, Twitter and YouTube all launched within less than a four-year period, and none of those sites looked or worked the same for very long. Yet tablet magazine innovation sputters. I spoke to some industry experts to determine where magazine publishers got stuck. (I tried to talk to publishers too, but they were not as responsive to my queries about why their digital editions sold so poorly.) Here’s what I found....

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Tabloid magazines should be leading not following the market. Here's a useful look at why they're not leading.

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Harry Potter Is Fiction, but Invisibility Cloak(ing Device)s Are Real

Harry Potter Is Fiction, but Invisibility Cloak(ing Device)s Are Real | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Hey, where'd you go?


University of Rochester researchers have developed — take a breath — a “three-dimensional, transmitting, continuously multidirectional cloaking” device.That pileup of adjectives basically means the “perfect paraxial” cloak makes an object invisible, and it stays invisible even when the viewer isn’t looking straight at it. That’s an improvement over early cloaking efforts where the abracadabra effect is ruined by as little as a head tilt.


And the scientists pulled it off with relatively cheap and easily found materials, specifically a set of four lenses set at just the right distance to bend light around an object.


The new research, submitted to the journal Optics Express and available on arXiv.org, is the latest in a growing body of studies exploring various approaches to making objects appear to vanish into thin air....

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Captain Kirk to Enterprise. Invisibility cloaking could soon be a reality. Cool!

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Here's How America's Top Business Leaders Spend Every Minute Of The Day

How do top business leaders spend their time?


Being fascinated by this topic, I collaborated with Chris Stowell, vice president of the International Center for Management and Organization Effectiveness in Sandy, Utah, to survey 267 C-level executives (all at the vice president level or higher) at Fortune 500 companies.The respondents to the email survey, completed over the past two months, came from 163 companies including Adobe, American Express, AT&T, Bank of America, Boeing, BP, Delta, DHL, Federal Express, GE, Google, HP, John Deere, Johnson & Johnson, Kelloggs, Motorola, Rio Tinto, and Twitter. 


The survey research showed that the typical corporate leader wakes up at about 6:15 a.m., exercises for 45 minutes, and commutes 25 minutes each way. Every workday, he or she spends two hours and 25 minutes on email and texting, 25 minutes on strategy and planning, and 30 minutes on personal development. The infographic below, created by Stowell, my friend and a leadership-training consultant, summarizes the findings....

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Find out how executives from Google, Twitter, and other major companies organize their schedules.

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18 Apps That Will Inspire Creativity In Your Everyday Life - Huffington Post

18 Apps That Will Inspire Creativity In Your Everyday Life - Huffington Post | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
Mobile devices like iPads and Androids have transformed the way we experience boredom. No longer is a wayward commuter forced to play Snake or Tetris, occupying themselves in a hardly satisfying, and utterly pixelated virtual reality. The tablet or smart phone-wielding travelers can now immerse themselves in an entire library of art and culture-related distractions, finding solace in everything from a Vincent van Gogh game to a digital version of the Louvre.

Just this week, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a 140-year-old cultural stalwart of New York City, went the way of the future and introduced an iPhone app. Described as "exceedingly simple and modest" by Forbes, the move to make art more accessible is something we can't help but love. So, in the spirit of the Met's 21st century attitude, we've put together a list of mobile museums and art-honoring programs that will spark creativity in your everyday life.

Behold, 18 apps every creative and artist type should download now:

Via John Evans
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Creativity with your coffee and commute. Highly recommended! 9/10 

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Wow!

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Thanks Marty, looks like I have a few new apps to try.

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How To Find Top Hashtags Using Hashtagifyt

How To Find Top Hashtags Using Hashtagifyt | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Today, hashtags are everywhere. Even if you don’t use Twitter or Instagram, you can’t miss them on billboards, TV ads, even on product packagings: Big budget campaigns want to push their custom hashtags in every possible touchpoint they can put their hands on.


Smaller businesses can’t use the same tactics as the bigger fishes, and usually don’t have the dmeans, or even a good reason, to create and promote their own hashtag. But they can still use hashtags in many useful ways; the most obvious is to use relevant tags when you share interesting content on social media, so that you can reach a bigger audience. Finding the best hashtags for that can require a bit of research, but the good news is that having such a list will allow you to kill two birds with one stone....

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Cool content marketing tool.

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Hashtags have become a part of our everyday life.  This article is about how to find the right ones that work for you!

For starters, smaller businesses can have a harder time promoting their hashtag.  Of course they can use more typical ones to reach a bigger audience, but compiling a list of worthy hashtags can help boost your social media outlets, despite the research it may take. 

For those people who want a similarly compiled list without doing the research themselves, a new free service called Hashtagify.me is available.

You provide the service with reasons why you pick the hashtags you do, and the widget searches more than 35 million hashtags.

The app features 6 different widgets to show you what you need: popularity, top related, trend charts, trend comparisons, and   top 30 hashtags charts.

Hashtagify is always up to date, and evolves with social media.

A service like this could help both small and large businesses expand their social media reach.   

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6 online spaces where you should be growing your presence | memeburn

6 online spaces where you should be growing your presence | memeburn | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Digital marketing is a little like mother’s love. You just keep doing it without conditions, expectations, or even hopes of returns.


If you think you have the resources for this, you are wrong. The right tools are all over the place, including right under your nose.


Using IM Creator and Duda, your website — and its mobile version — can be up in an hour.


HootSuite can help you set up social media updates for as far in the future as you like.


Campaign Monitor and MailChimp can help you template out your newsletters, and automate and analyze your email marketing campaigns.


You don’t need a fully laid out plan. Just start – that’s the key....

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Useful tips for social media marketing basics.

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The article begins by saying that digital marketing can help a company reach countless amounts of people. Every business wants to be “seen, heard, known, and trusted”. The problem is a company cannot be trusted when they only have a small presence online. This article explains that companies should build their presence in these six online places. The first online place is to start at home. The article explains the importance of blogging and how it will increase followers. The second online place is building an email list. These audiences are waiting and eager to hear from you, which means they are more likely to react to your marketing. Reaching out to web neighbors is the third online place. Once your blog is established, it is important to befriend other bloggers and comment on their posts. The fourth online place is social networks. This article recognizes networks like Google+, Facebook, and LinkedIn. The fifth place is online communities. Online community users tend to all have similar interests. So, if one of them use your business it is likely that others will too. The last online place is content hubs. These hubs allow companies to train and teach their customers.

I believe that all of these online places are very important. These days, people are more likely to search a company online before using them. If they have a large presence online with many reviews, the consumer is more likely to use them. Companies who have a low presence are less likely to be used. 

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Four Types of Content Marketing Metrics | Data-Driven Marketing Network

Four Types of Content Marketing Metrics | Data-Driven Marketing Network | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Nine out of ten in-house marketers say that content marketing will become more important, but just 38 percent has a content strategy.


There’s a gap to bridge. The infographic by Pardot.com shows interesting data points, among others the four content marketing metrics categories.


The four types of content marketing metrics can be divided in:

  • consumption
  • Sharing
  • lead generation
  • sales.


As shown in another point made in the infographic (most popular metrics), the research behind it shows that marketers are focusing on Consumption and Sharing metrics but by also taking into account Lead generation and Sales it keeps the content aligned with business objectives....

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Here's a good look at the four drivers of success and measuring results in content marketing.

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3 Simple Ways to Start Your Story | Get Storied

3 Simple Ways to Start Your Story | Get Storied | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

Storytelling can be complex and the information about storytelling, well, overwhelming. The good news, is that you can start either way — from the future (with a vision story) or the past (with an origin story). In this article I want to show you simple ways that you can dive right into telling your story (without fretting or worrying so much if you’re getting it right).

In a recent client workshop in New York City we unpacked this process, sharing some of my favorite ways to lead off any purposeful story. I shared six kick-off phrases that ANYONE can use to start a story in a way that’s compelling, uplifting, and inspiring. I like to think of it as Mad-Libs for transformational storytelling!

The Story Literally Spills Out Of You, When You Use One Of These 6 Kick-Off Phrases.

These 6 strategies are something we cover in great depth in our StoryU Online course Undeniable Story. Today, I want to share with you a few of them that are really important in setting the context and frame for your marketing, storytelling, and leadership efforts....

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Three key phrases to jump start your storytelling. Recommended reading.

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Marshall Gass's curator insight, September 29, 3:04 AM

Very true. To write get started and keep going.

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Brace Yourself: This Korean Music Video Is About To Rule Your Life

Brace Yourself: This Korean Music Video Is About To Rule Your Life | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
Now, I've seen some crazy stuff while graining on the web's surfbort. (Some things are too crazy to mention here, but take me to drinks and I'll regale some escapades.) But, never has something so peculiar flashed across my screen.

Because, whatever is going on in Korean DJ/producer Hitchhiker's video for "11" transcends space and time, and enters (perhaps even creates?) a new dimension. It's like Gaspar Noé enlisted M.I.A. and avid Second Life users who create bizarre GIFs for Tumblr to make a video for his auto-tuned baby chant.

On top of that, there's what looks like a chrome version of Laurence Fishburne's character from The Signal busting some dad-style dance moves. It's a mess — a beautiful, whacked-out mess that will soon come to dominate the Internet in the same ways Nyan cat and the Harlem Shake did. Consider this your warning.
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Now that's whack! No possible explanation LOL. Maybe it's Psy in disguise?

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Brace Yourself: This Korean Music Video Is About To Rule Your Life
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10 Ways to Use Content to Create High Converting Landing Pages

10 Ways to Use Content to Create High Converting Landing Pages | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

The success of your landing pages will largely be determined by the information your present to your visitors. A load of hard to read paragraphs of text about nothing in particular probably isn’t going to have the desired effect.

To make your content work harder for you and to start converting more visitors into customers follow the 10 tips in this infographic from Marketing Wise....

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More useful content marketing tips.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 28, 4:46 PM

More useful content marketing tips as well as landing page advice.

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Seth Godin, Lao-Tzu, me and writing on the internet | The PR Coach

Seth Godin, Lao-Tzu, me and writing on the internet | The PR Coach | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it

I guess I’m in a metaphysical mood today. Thinking about writing for the internet, how it’s different,  and finding your own style.

So, let’s set the scene…

Seth Godin, Lao-Tzu and I walk into Hemingway’s Bar & Grill. Godin says, “I’ll have a Purple Cow.” I say, in my best Homer Simpson salutation, “Beer me.” Lao-Tzu says, “Ommmmm.”

Drinks with Seth Godin
That’s me channeling Seth Godin, echoing Lao-Tzu.

Except I’m not a bald guy and I don’t wear saffron like either of these wise men....

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Writing for the internet is like that ;=)

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5 Awesome Tools For Website Designers

5 Awesome Tools For Website Designers | Public Relations & Social Media Insight | Scoop.it
To remain competitive in the digital field, it’s essential that website designers and developers keep a close eye on changes, updates and new techniques. What’s the latest and greatest thing today could easily disappear into a sea of obsolescence tomorrow. It’s not always easy to stay on top of the game, but with a few intelligent, time-efficient strategies, it’s certainly possible. Here are five tools to make your life easier than you’d imagined possible....
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5 tools bloggers will find useful.
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Grymt bra länkar för både gratis bilder och typsnitt!

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Grymt bra länkat till gratis bilder och typsnitt!

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आपसी मतभेद भुलाकर आपस में प्रेम और सदभावाना से रहना चाहिए क्योकि सबका मलिक एक है।
श्रद्धा और सबूरी
साई बाबा ने अपने जीवन में यह सन्देश दिया है कि हमेशा श्रद्धा और विश्‍वास के साथ जीवन यापन करते हुए 

सबूरी (सब्र)के साथ जीवन व्यतीत करें।
मानवता ही सबसे बड़ा धर्म है
साई बाबा ने कभी भी किसी को धर्म की अवहेलना नहीं की अपितु सभी धर्मों का सम्मान करने की सलाह देते 

हुए हमेशा मनवता को ही सबसे बडा धर्म और कर्म बताते हुए जीवन जीने की अमूल्य शिक्षा प्रदान की है।
जातिगत भेद भुला कर प्रेम पूर्वक रहना
साई बाबा ने कहा है की जाति,समाज,भेद-भाव,आदि सब बाते ईश्‍वर ने नहीं बल्कि इंसानों द्वारा बनाया गया 

हैं इसलिए ईश्‍वर की नजर में न तो कोई उच्च है और न ही कोई निम्न इसलिए जो काम ईश्‍वर को भी पसंद नहीं 

है वह मनुष्यों को तो करना ही नहीं चाहिए। अर्थात जात-पात,धर्म,समाज आदि मिथ्या बातों में न पड़ कर 

आपस में प्रेमपूर्वक रहकर जीवन व्यतीत करना चाहिए।
गरीबो और लाचार की मदद करना सबसे बड़ी पूजा है
साई बाबा ने हमेशा ही सभी जनमानस से यही बार-बार कहा है कि सभी के साथ ही समानता का व्यवहार 

करना चाहिए। गरीबों और लाचारों की यथासम्भव मदद करना चाहिए और यही सबसे बडी पूजा है। क्योकि 

जो गरीबों, लाचारों की मदद करता है ईश्वर उसकी मदद करता है।
माता-पिता, बुजुर्गो, गुरुजनों, बडो का सम्मान करनाचाहिए
साई बाबा हमेशा ही समझाते थे कि अपने से बडो का आदर सम्मान करना चाहिए। गुरुजनो बुजर्गो को 

सम्मान करना जिसस उनका आर्शीवाद प्राप्त होता है जिससे हमारे जीवन की मुश्किलों में सहायता मिलती 

है। 
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