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3 Cool Ways to Use Instagram's #SelfieLapse on Hyperlapse to Create a Great Vid

3 Cool Ways to Use Instagram's #SelfieLapse on Hyperlapse to Create a Great Vid | The Social Media Learning Lab | Scoop.it

Hyperlapse and #SelfieLapse
 

Hyperlapse is.... a recently unveiled app from the Instagram [that] lets users capture longer video sequences and then easily make them much more compact, by reproducing the video at a much faster rate, ....creating a stunning, cinematic effect.
 

....Hyperlapse has now been optimized to be used with front-facing cameras, creating the phenomenon known as #SelfieLapse.

#SelfieLapse is a lot more than just a gimmicky trend ....there are a lot of opportunities to take advantage of using this feature on the Hyperlapse app.


  • [Show] how a product is built or how it works ...film yourself putting together or even unveiling a new creation on the #SelfieLapse mode and then easily share it to social media as a teaser to create some buzz.
     
  • Take your followers to an event. ..
   
  • Interactive instant testimonials. ....create interaction on social media....documenting their first impression, their first use or even the instant results ...create some interaction between yourself and your followers as well ....

 

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's insight:

Looks like this could really be a stand-out app and tool for sharing your message?  Have you tried it?   I'm going to an event this Saturday, and with their involvement, perhaps I will.  :-)  ~  Deb

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Flaming & Trolls: Can We Be Emotionally Intelligent Online?

Flaming & Trolls:  Can We Be Emotionally Intelligent Online? | The Social Media Learning Lab | Scoop.it

[Communication on-line and] ....flaming is a combination of social and technological pressures that are suppressing a lot of emotional awareness."


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“Flaming is ...more severe in groups than it is in two person exchanges."

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“Flaming is one of the most social effects and one of the earliest ones to be commented on because it's much more severe in groups than it is in two person exchanges.   One of the antidotes to flaming – especially in work situations – is to contact the instigator personally by email or phone, if possible." ~ Clay Shirky, professor in NYU's graduate Interactive Telecommunications Program


"... texting has showed us is that presence, awareness of someone else in real time, creates a different sense than if we're emailing or commenting on a post, simply because of the acceleration of time.  


Presence can start to convey things more than just “I am here and breathing” and attending to the computer but “I am here and I agree or disagree.”


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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's insight:

Communication is altered when immediacy is no longer there.  Dan Goleman's post gets to the social and emotional intelligence aspects of why this happens, useful for anyone spending time managing responses in social media.  ~  Deb

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Instagram drives 2.5 million brand interactions during New York Fashion Week

Instagram drives 2.5 million brand interactions during New York Fashion Week | The Social Media Learning Lab | Scoop.it

Instagram was at the center of the runway with marketers giving their audiences exclusive access to your average Jane through photos and 15 second video clips.  Nearly 100,000 New York Fashion Week related photos were shared by more than 33,000 unique Instagram users.

The top ten branded Instagram accounts ...drove 2.5MM+ interactions on Instagram from February 6th – February 13th and averaged about 7 posts per day.
 


...Michael Kors was the overall brand winner.....their NYFW photos generated 37,448 interactions (likes + comments) per photo, more than 2x than the runner up, Nasty Gal (14,273).

 

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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's insight:

I love the ease and easy integration of Instagram. The power of a well tuned "killer" app is proven by this NYFW example - visuals, especially exclusives and timely ones, rock!  ~  D

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