Marilyn Monroe-inspired posters tempt the public with an iconic image.
It’s not very often you’re encouraged to try and sneak a peek up someone’s skirt, but that’s exactly what Preuss und Preuss want you to do as part of their promotional campaign for the book Marilyn: Intimate Exposures. Inspired by one of Monroe’s most famous poses, you need to lift up a skirt attached to a street lamp in order to reveal the poster beneath.
One of the most important things for a lot of video creators nowadays is for the video to go viral – Social Squared give us some tips to make that happen. Takeaways: - Make people feel something – it can be funny, cute or poignant. - Start by sharing it in your network – your connections …
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In his book Tweet Naked, online marketing expert and Social Media Firm CEO Scott Levy provides the critical information entrepreneurs need to craft a social media strategy that will boost their brand and their business. In this edited excerpt, the author offers tips for finding already tweeted content you can share with your followers.
Retweeting is one marvelous way to utilize existing content to build your following and grow your brand. This is where you pick up on a message from another source that you feel your followers will be interested in seeing and send it out there.
Social media marketing for business is new and not for everyone. It is being implemented by the innovators and the early adopters that love to lead the pack. It is also a very different way of communicating your brands message and with that comes challenges, opportunities and threats. There is also the joy of learning [...]
A study by MIT Sloan Management Review and Capgemini Consulting finds that companies now face a digital imperative: adopt new technologies effectively or face competitive obsolescence. While there is consensus on the importance of adopting digital technology, most employees find the process complex and slow. Many say their leaders lack urgency and fail to share a vision for how technology can change the business. Companies that succeed tend to have leaders who share their vision and define a road map, create cross-organizational authority for adoption and reward employees for working towards it.