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Apps to Make Your Blogging Life Easier

Apps to Make Your Blogging Life Easier | The future of new media | Scoop.it
As we’ve mentioned many times before, blogging is hard. It’s hard to fit the habit into your day and to keep coming up with new and exciting things to talk about. So when inspiration strikes, you need to capture it.

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eConflicts: Cyber Warfare – Do We Need a New Geneva ...

eConflicts: Cyber Warfare – Do We Need a New Geneva ... | The future of new media | Scoop.it
eConflicts, blog about cyberconflicts, cyberwar, cyberdefense, cybersecurity, information warfare, Chair on Cyber Defence & Cyber Security ... Cyber Warfare – Do We Need a New Geneva Convention? - Army Technology ...

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UK is setting up a cyber army to protect networks and data, and launch attacks if needed

UK is setting up a cyber army to protect networks and data, and launch attacks if needed | The future of new media | Scoop.it
The UK is setting up a new cyber army to protect computer networks and important data, as well as launch cyber attacks if necessary, BBC reports.

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The Future of Communication | Virtual Presence

The Future of Communication | Virtual Presence | The future of new media | Scoop.it
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The video at the end is touching! Incredible how the internet has become a necessity in our lives and to think some parts of the world have never seen it... I agree in hoping that one day it will benefit everyone! 

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Social Media on the Rise - A Glimpse into the Future [Infographic] - Wishpond | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert

Social Media on the Rise - A Glimpse into the Future [Infographic] -  Wishpond  | #TheMarketingAutomationAlert | The future of new media | Scoop.it

 

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Interesting to see just how much social media has thrived and in such a short period of time! 

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Slide Show: The Future Of Content Consumption

Slide Show: The Future Of Content Consumption | The future of new media | Scoop.it

Effective content has never been more important for successful brand marketing. The proliferation of social media channels and mobile technology, coupled with the hyperconnected-consumer’s demand for instant, personal, and relevant content, have changed the way marketers engage with consumers.

 

While a handful of brands have cracked the code and consistently deliver high-performing content, a majority of brands still fall short on their content efforts, failing to meet consumer expectations and business objectives. The difference between those brands that succeed and those that fall short is their content model. Successful brands implement an insights-driven, consumer-centric approach, allowing them to think and act more like a publisher and less like a traditional advertiser....


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Interesting to see the predictions of how we will consume and manage information in the future. 

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, November 25, 2014 2:34 AM

Slide show worth viewing for its insight into consumer buying.

Marco Favero's curator insight, November 25, 2014 3:40 AM

aggiungi la tua intuizione ...

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What Is the Real Threat of a Chinese Cyberattack?

What Is the Real Threat of a Chinese Cyberattack? | The future of new media | Scoop.it
The New York Times’ front-page report this week that the Chinese army is hacking into America’s most sensitive computer networks from a 12-story building outside Shanghai might finally persuade skeptics that the threat of “cyber warfare” isn’t the...

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The Military Wants New Technologies To Fight Drones

The Military Wants New Technologies To Fight Drones | The future of new media | Scoop.it
These are the technologies we will use to counter drones in the future. By Patrick Tucker

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Apps to Make Your Blogging Life Easier

Apps to Make Your Blogging Life Easier | The future of new media | Scoop.it
As we’ve mentioned many times before, blogging is hard. It’s hard to fit the habit into your day and to keep coming up with new and exciting things to talk about. So when inspiration strikes, you need to capture it.

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If Google was a Guy

Everything you ask Google sounds a lot more stupid when you actually ask Google. See more http://www.collegehumor.com LIKE us on: http://www.facebook.com/col...
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Il y a quand même de l'humour dans la curation!

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The Top 7 Social Media Marketing Trends That Will Dominate 2015

The Top 7 Social Media Marketing Trends That Will Dominate 2015 | The future of new media | Scoop.it
It’s that time again: When I look ahead to 2015 to predict social media marketing trends we can expect over the coming year.

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I've been trying to predict some of the things that will happen in the future of social media and i think this article is very accurate! 

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Viraj Mehta's curator insight, November 24, 2014 11:08 PM

#SocialMedia trends in 2015.... 

Ako A.'s curator insight, November 25, 2014 8:09 PM

The article predicts the top 7 social media marketing trends that will dominate 2015. One trend is the rise of Ello. The website offers a ad-free experience and promises to never sell its users’ information to third parties. Another trend is that Facebook advertisement pricing and demand will significantly increase. This is happening at the same time of Facebook's post reach declining. Twitter's new business advertising model's popularity is predicted to increase next year. This is the result of Twitter offering businesses more choices and flexibility in how and what they pay in advertising. Google + is predicted to decline. The article claims that the social networking site does not offer anything that twitter. Facebook, and LinkedIn doesn't offer. Instagram is predicted to be essential for image based social media marketing. Instagram's popularity continues to increase and this will be an excellent opportunity for business to take advantage of the social media platform. LinkedIn may continue to grow and widen the gap between their organization and competitors. The Business to Business network may continue to be the top network of choice for their users. Social media marketing may finally be embraced as a core pillar of content marketing. Marketers may learn that social media marketing is essential to expanding the reach of their content. 

Anne Mercer's curator insight, November 26, 2014 10:00 AM

Great insight. Not too sure that G+ will die into obscurity. The core group of users and influencers on that particular social channel have proven time and time again that the network is useful...so long as you put time and effort into your attempt!