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Social Media Is Showing Us The Future Of TV

Social Media Is Showing Us The Future Of TV | Social Media & Digital Careers | Scoop.it

When viewers are engaged with what's on TV, they turn to Twitter to talk about it. While that may seem like a no-brainer, one implication might surprise you.

These research results show that the more engrossed a given viewer is, the more likely he or she is to tweet about it -- which contradicts the idea that social media is a distraction for the bored and disengaged. The results also support the notion that today’s consumers are truly looking to share their best experiences, even those they’re just watching on television.

All this hints at a future full of potential for advertisers, television producers and technology companies: one where shared experiences and contextual conversations make everything a little more personal and powerful....


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Is Social Media a distraction, or does it enhance the experience of watching our favourite shows?

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, March 11, 2015 1:45 PM

Future of TV? Try social!

Estralita Williams's curator insight, March 11, 2015 10:16 PM

Good information for inquiring minds ... 

Owen Kim's curator insight, April 2, 2015 2:04 AM

People now express their thoughts and feelings in social media as if they are talking to people. Although social media is something not physical, people feel it as a part of them that they post and write almost everything they would do and say in real life. Maybe others can know more about them by reading their posts which is positive but if some sensitive opinions were posted and feels uncomfortable to others, it may break out into a conflict which is bad. 

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Some of the crazy questions posed by employers during job interviews revealed

Some of the crazy questions posed by employers during job interviews revealed | Social Media & Digital Careers | Scoop.it
A survey of 2,000 adults in the UK reveals bizarre questions asked to candidates in job interviews, including 'What dinosaur would you be?' and 'Is a Jaffa cake a cake or biscuit?'

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Ever considered what favour ice cream you'd be?

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Facebook, Now With Over 2 Million Active Advertisers, Launches Ads Manager App For iOS

Facebook, Now With Over 2 Million Active Advertisers, Launches Ads Manager App For iOS | Social Media & Digital Careers | Scoop.it
Facebook today rolled out a new mobile application designed to help the company's now over 2 million active advertisers manage their ads from their..

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Move Over Twitter. Snapchat is Newest Social Recruiting Strategy ...

Move Over Twitter. Snapchat is Newest Social Recruiting Strategy ... | Social Media & Digital Careers | Scoop.it
Is Snapchat the newest social recruiting strategy? Has it over taken Twitter?
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Social Media and Recruitment Fit Hand in Hand - Social-Hire

Social Media and Recruitment Fit Hand in Hand - Social-Hire | Social Media & Digital Careers | Scoop.it
RT @Social_Hire: Social Media and #Recruitment Fit Hand in Hand http://t.co/VCmFFc4Q5I
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10 Ways to Create Beautiful Content: Storytelling, Visuals and More | Social Media Today

10 Ways to Create Beautiful Content: Storytelling, Visuals and More | Social Media Today | Social Media & Digital Careers | Scoop.it

"We all want to craft content pieces that engage our readers and give them something to talk about. Nonetheless, we are fully aware of the fact that our audiences are constantly bombarded with tons of attractive, informative and palatable content coming from different reputable sources.


In this context, we are desperately looking for the simplest, most concise answer to the following key questions: Why is it so important to work hard to exceed our own content creation efforts on a daily basis? How do we make our writing stand out from the crowd? And most importantly, what are the secret tricks and tips that we could apply to craft eye-catchy, memorable content with a real substance? Let’s find out."

 

Read the full article to find out more about these 10 ways to craft strikingly beautiful, high-value content:

Unleash the Power of Quality StorytellingCreate and Publish Shareable ImagesCraft and Implement Attention-Grabbing 3D PicturesIncorporate InfographicsUse Behind-the-Scene Pictures to Add a Sense of Authenticity to Your WritingAdd DIY Videos to Your Content PiecesMaster the Golden, Unwritten Rules of Text EditingRely on a Correct Journalistic ApproachUse the Right Font to Beautify Your ContentAlways Write with Your Readers in Mind
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By ditching useless adornments, using clear everyday language and a tone adapted to your audience, perfecting your storytelling skills and making the most of a broad category of visual aids, you will succeed in individualizing and beautifying your writing style. In-depth research, creativity, a deeper understanding of your audience, an ounce of talent and a manipulative ability to play with different powerful emotions are the main ingredients that allow you to go beyond existing aesthetic canons and craft truly original, outstanding content that will always keep your readers coming back for more.

Graham Drage's curator insight, March 11, 2015 3:40 AM

Good article about using storytelling as a way to create compelling content; the "Are You Sitting Comfortably...." approach! [Younger readers might need an explanation...just Google it!]

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How to Keep Audiences Engaged Like the Big Brands

How to Keep Audiences Engaged Like the Big Brands | Social Media & Digital Careers | Scoop.it
Big brands know how to use social media and engage their followers — and that’s not just because they have thousands of followers already. To make social m
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Struggling to keep your audiences engaged? 

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5 Ways To Use Social Media To Get Ahead Of The Competition - Careers Advice - jobs.ac.uk

5 Ways To Use Social Media To Get Ahead Of The Competition - Careers Advice - jobs.ac.uk | Social Media & Digital Careers | Scoop.it
In today’s job market it’s vital to look at all avenues for getting ahead of the competition. Whilst it can take some time to leverage the...
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Sign of the times: Job-seeking graduate stands in city centre offering himself ... - Manchester Evening News

Sign of the times: Job-seeking graduate stands in city centre offering himself ... - Manchester Evening News | Social Media & Digital Careers | Scoop.it
Calum Chamberlain has been in the business district of Spinningfields for the past two days – clutching a sign offering CVs to passers-by
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Careers advice must adapt to the changing world - Telegraph.co.uk

Careers advice must adapt to the changing world - Telegraph.co.uk | Social Media & Digital Careers | Scoop.it
With more young people relying on "outdated" careers advice, the Telegraph has launched a survey to find out how support can be improved across the country
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Careers advice must adapt to the changing world

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