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Facebook Video Posts On The RIse

YouTube is the most popular website for videos but Facebook is rapidly catching up. New data shows a significant increase in the number of videos posted. Facebook users are posting 75 percent more videos than they were just one year ago. Facebook revealed this fact in a recent announcement highlighting the company’s worldwide reach. In the United States, […]

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Essential Guide to Google Plus

Martin Shervington has written an extremely valuable guide to Google+ and includes the above video as well. Take 18 minutes to watch this video to get a deep look at how flexible Google+ is. The Google+ adoption rate grew quickly for several key demographics and we highly recommend taking time to play with it. Your […]

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How a Webcam Became Broadcast Newsworthy

With all types of television network coverage, radio broadcasts and live Internet streaming coverage for mainstream media outlets, it came down to a grassroots approach that gave Boston residents the consolation they needed in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing tragedy. A Framingham, Massachusetts resident with a police radio scanner and a web cam […]

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Video Best Practices

Consumers looking for quality entertainment only have a limited amount of time to devote to watching video-presented programming, so brands have to reach them right away, grab their attention and keep them riveted. Such video best practices are better known by their famous mantra of “give the customer what they want when they want it,” […]

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Fujitsu Develops Amazing Touchscreen Paper

Touchscreen interfaces and gesture control input devices are shaping the way we interact with information and media in general. Various technology companies have tinkered with the idea of reusable electronic paper, which is essentially a flexible touchscreen that emulates the traditional feel of a newspaper. Japanese technology giant Fujitsu is expanding the concept by actually applying […]

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Boston Bombing: Social Media’s Impact

Tragedy struck Boston today during the marathon. 2 bombs were detonated killing at least 2 as of this post. Dozens of people were injured and chaos ensued as more and more evidence pointed to this being a deliberate attack. The bombs were detonated close to the finish line and set to explode while many runners were crossing. We […]

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Not Just Videos, YouTube can Handle Photos

The Digital Inspiration Blog posted a great article about making a YouTube Slideshow. While this is interesting for the masses, brands and businesses should consider this as one more argument against YouTube being difficult to tackle. Filming and editing are still expensive. Motion graphics are even more money. This easy alternative is a great addition […]

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Qualcomm Bus Stop Experience

Qualcomm is synonymous with mobile. To highlight this, they have created a viral video which focusses on the Qualcomm bus stop experience. The bus stop ads were replaced with URLs and copy asking if people were bored or wanted to see something different. Visitors who visited the website saw one of three various and exciting surprises. All […]

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