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Twitter is harder to resist than cigarettes and alcohol, study finds

Twitter is harder to resist than cigarettes and alcohol, study finds | Journal of Media and Communciations | Scoop.it
People are more likely to give in to urge to tweet or check email than other cravings, say US researchers (Twitter är mer beroendeframkallande än alkohol.)...
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New Study Reveals: Content is King… Not Social Media | Jeffbullas's Blog

New Study Reveals: Content is King… Not Social Media | Jeffbullas's Blog | Journal of Media and Communciations | Scoop.it

“Consumers Spend More Time Online with Content (+ 24% since 2003) than Community and Communications ... ”

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Disruptions: Facebook Users Ask, 'Where's Our Cut?'

Disruptions: Facebook Users Ask, 'Where's Our Cut?' | Journal of Media and Communciations | Scoop.it
Without the free content created by its 850 million users, Facebook would surely not be on the verge of a multibillion-dollar initial public offering.
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Why “Infographic Thinking” Is The Future, Not A Fad

Why “Infographic Thinking” Is The Future, Not A Fad | Journal of Media and Communciations | Scoop.it
Francesco Franchi, a master of information design, describes how "infographic thinking" goes beyond pretty pictures, and creates an entirely different sort of reading experience that encourages critical thought.
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Social and online games drive growth in audience

Social and online games drive growth in audience | Journal of Media and Communciations | Scoop.it
The video game-playing public has more than doubled to 135 million from 56 million in 2008, according to a new report from Parks Associates.
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Will Content Marketing Destroy Social Media? | B2B Marketing Insider

Will Content Marketing Destroy Social Media? | B2B Marketing Insider | Journal of Media and Communciations | Scoop.it
There was a recent exchange on twitter where a prominent, intelligent and well-respected analyst predicted that content marketing will destroy social...
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Personal branding: 5 tips for women

Personal branding:  5 tips for women | Journal of Media and Communciations | Scoop.it

We know that women are competitive and are more than willing to be highly visible in all sorts of other arenas (homes, husbands, kids, recipes, gardens, b.m.i.). But how can women overcome this reluctance to self promote professionally and develop a badly needed personal brand, which for many doesn’t come naturally?

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Branding in the Digital Age:Spending Your Money in All the Wrong Places

Branding in the Digital Age:Spending Your Money in All the Wrong Places | Journal of Media and Communciations | Scoop.it
RT @reevoo: Today's consumers promiscuous in their brand relationships?
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Cost of illiteracy to UK 'tops £81bn each year'

Cost of illiteracy to UK 'tops £81bn each year' | Journal of Media and Communciations | Scoop.it
Illiteracy is costing the UK economy more than £81 billion a year, new research suggests (Strong evodence we need to do something here in the UK about literacy http://t.co/JZZTT6r3...)...
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Be Better at Twitter: The Definitive, Data-Driven Guide

Be Better at Twitter: The Definitive, Data-Driven Guide | Journal of Media and Communciations | Scoop.it
A new study wants to help you tweet, better.
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