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YouTube: King of the video castle?

We’ve always loved watching moving images. From the ancient zoetrope to retina-scorching 3D on a massive screen. The development of the moving image has been swift and rapid. One medium in particular looked to kill of cinema and rule the home roost. At one point, it looked like the ubiquity of the television would mean…

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The advantage of segmenting your audience on each channel

  Most brands focus on building their community on one page, but should they be putting all their audience under one umbrella? Big brands like Nike and The Huffington Post which have huge product ranges or cover a variety of topics have been segmenting their communities based on topics, location, or audience with multiple pages. Algorithm…

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YouTube goes full social

    Many would argue that YouTube has been a social network of sorts from the get-go. Users have the ability to subscribe to certain channels (ie. follow), like, unlike or comment on certain videos (ie. engage) and share those videos with a wider audience. However, the channel was limited when it came to ways…

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The curse of knowledge in B2B social content

There’s a story that Chip and Dan Heath tell in their book “Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die” that I think about often when creating B2B content for social. A Stanford University Graduate by the name of Elizabeth Newton ran a simple experiment in 1990 that perfectly illustrates the curse of…

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Why Social Media Feature Plagiarism is Good for Business

If you have been following the recent movements in social media, then you will know that no idea or concept is off limits when it comes to the social media world. Facebook has long been the most popular social media platform among the recent generations. Although some would say Facebook would have possibly never existed…

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