Could this be the beginning of a new era in online videos? YouTube is testing an option that would allow channels owners to monetize subscriptions.
Would you pay to watch videos on YouTube?
The service already has a pay-per-view model for regular movies. This one would be specifically for content creators.
I mentioned it at the beginning of yesterday’s article: A troll invited himself to my interview on Twitter. Answering questions from a host and an audience can be stressful. But add a disgrun...
I believe that everything happens for a reason, even trolls. If you can handle them well, they are actually good for business.
Last year, I had the opportunity to be a guest on #AtomicChat, a weekly Twitter chat centered on content marketing and its importance in the digital world. The conversation was awesome, so when the Atomic Reach crew asked me to co-host again, I did not hesitate!
Tonight, for my second appearance, I talked about Google+ Communities, profiles, and Google Authorship. It was another great hour of insightful conversations — with some trolling thrown in the mix.
Here is the entire interview.
Every week, I share my favorite social media articles from around the blogosphere on Creative Ramblings. Here is my list for January 14-20, 2013
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Every comment, thumbup, and rescoop reinforces my belief in curation as one of the best branding tools ever.
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In our Outlook 2013 series, a colleague of mine, Jacques Bughin, had an interesting piece about customer experience. He made the excellent point that in a time where people can check prices easily
In business, the online and offline worlds follow the same rules. It has always been about the needs of audiences before businesses’.
Will 2013 be the year when all businesses wake up to this reality?
“In our Outlook 2013 series, a colleague of mine, Jacques Bughin, had an interesting piece about customer experience. He made the excellent point that in a time where people can check prices easily and use all sorts of third party platforms to research products, customer experience is becoming an important way to differentiate yourself and get (and keep) more customers.”
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Breaking news - another singer (Beyonce) accused of lip-syncing. Is this really news? We'll let the public decide whether Beyonce gets a[..]
By now, you have probably heard of the news: Beyonce lip-sinched!! Well, at least if you don't live under a rock.
She is not the only singer to have done that, and she won't be the last.
Actually, it is the same for brands. Many "lip sinc" their social media marketing, thinking that we don't see them. Unfortunately we do because they make it too obvious: They do not answer our questions or comments, they delete the feedback that bothers them, etc.
"The head of Social Media at Ford, Scott Monty made a great point in his keynote at the New Media Expo earlier this month. Social media is not a campaign, it’s a commitment. Once you dive into social media for your company, you’re basically saying, “I’ll be there for you, through good and bad”." - Tom Treanor
If a picture is worth a thousand words, the story behind it may be worth a million more. Everyone understands and connects with stories. When you focus on yours, you may find you have an entirely different perspective on creating excellent content.
In 2013, storytelling must also be visual. Some great examples in this article.
Here is a quick roundup of some of the latest happenings in the social media world.
This week, Facebook partnered with Save.org (Suicide Awareness Voic
A lot of things happened in social media this week — yet again.
1) Facebook partnered with Save.org to better identify the warning signs of suicide attempts. The company also launched a new tool for Page admins.
2) If you use Google Drive for your slideshows, you are in for a nice surprise.
3) Q&A platform Quora now has blogs. And Quora for iPhone 2.2 is available.
4) Twitter unveiled a new mobile app for short videos. And the days of Posterous may be numbered.
5) WordPress announced the upcoming release of its 3.6 version.
For the last couple of months, I have witnessed more and more discussions centered on the role social media has played in people’s lives. “Social media is great, but I hate how nothing ...
Privacy is a hot topic right now, especially with Facebook and its new Graph Search.
In this article, I contend that privacy concerns are nothing new. They have been discussed for at least a decade.
The team behind Snip.it announced on Tuesday that the content curation site had been acquired by Yahoo!.
The deal, which should be made official by the latter s
In social media, things go fast. New sites pop up and close every day.
The latest example is Snip.it. The content curation platform has been acquired by none other than Yahoo.
What kind of impact do you think this could have on the company, in terms of content delivery?