The Reinvention of What We Call “Television”

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Technology seems to be constantly expanding and contracting. Less than 20 years ago, someone could have had a pager for texts, a phone for calls, a computer for the Internet, a television for shows, a radio for audio broadcasts, and a CD player for recorded music. Now, that same person can do all the above and more on a smartphone.

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Tips for Designing Posters

Poster Design

Posters are a valuable tool for anyone wanting to advertise business services, events, or restaurants. What makes posters so effective is that the eye is naturally drawn to the large graphics or pictures. The combination of the graphics and the text typically make a big impression. If you are just starting out and trying to figure out the best poster design, be sure to follow some of our pro tips.

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Website Metrics: Two to Start

Website Metrics

There are a million and one ways to look at you website metrics, but we don’t need them all nor do we have time to look at each of them. Here are two that will help get you going in the right direction:

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Two TV Shows that Are Using Social Media Integration Well

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Although there are numerous television programs that are using social media integration for their marketing and interactivity, only some are doing it well. We decided to focus on two.

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Four Factors that Make a Review Influential


If someone tells you to jump off a bridge, you would likely ignore him, right? But, what if that person were the world authority on Bungee jumping? Maybe, you would still ignore him; but you would probably give more value to what he said. There are several factors that influence whether or not we listen to someone’s advice. Here are four of them in regard to social media reviews.

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Social Media Engagement vs. Posting Interesting Content

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Is social media engagement more important than posting links to high-quality content? Not according to Dan Zarella’s data. Dan is the Social Media Scientist for HubSpot. In his seminar, “The Science of Social Media”, he presents some interesting data that challenge conventional wisdom.

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Fruit Flies and Retweets

Fruit Flies And Retweets

Dan Zarella was the presenter of the largest online marketing seminar in the world, “The Science of Social Media.” The live webinar had 10,899 participants and offered many valuable ideas. One such idea compares flies to retweets.

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Facebook Advertisements, Do We Need Them?

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Facebook promises it is and always will be free to its members. Still, Facebook is a for-profit company, and most of its revenue is generated by Facebook advertising revenue. Since advertisers support our free use of the application, what responsibility do we have to pay attention to Facebook advertising?

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Fighting the Frustration of Technology with Awe


Today, I watched an archived TV program. The program was streamed through my computer by an online service and projected on my HDTV flat screen. This arrangement may not seem revolutionary to anyone and might even seem clunky to others. For a moment, however, I was in awe of the science behind it all.

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Is Facebook Still Facebook from the Block?

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Many of us watched Facebook grow-up; but with its star status and proposed IPO, some of us are asking, “Is Facebook still Facebook from the block?” With a reach of 845 million monthly active users, Facebook is definitely on the block – just about wherever that may be. Additionally, Facebook continues to contribute to a feeling of community by helping us stay connected and decide how we want to interact with others.

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