Month: June 2013

Content Marketing
Video is Essential to Great Content Marketing: Interview with Pulse Network [VIDEO]

As published on Social Media Today When it comes to content marketing, video is vital. Your customers and potential customers are watching and sharing more video than ever. The recent Vineapp and Instagram video battle demonstrates technology is making it easier to both produce and consume. Viewers are watching it everywhere: at work, at home and on […]

Gamification
Fixing Broken Social Media Channels with Agile Leadership and Gamification: Interview w Fanzy

As written for Technorati Is This the Year of Gamification? Last year I had a prediction that 2012 would be the year of gamification. I may have been wrong. Just this year the Gamification.co proudly announced 1 million views to their consistently compelling SlideShare content. And others are beginning to talk of game integration into processes as line […]

Social Media Tools
Pass the Licorice – Brands Waste No Time with #InstagramVideo

As written for Technorati Instagram’s announcement that it’s added video to its platform made waves with the masses Thursday. Analysts, social media practitioners, and news outlets quickly embraced the news. USA Today even took to the street in an impromptu poll to gauge the sentiment from avid Vine and Instagram users. Celebrities, too, wasted no time chiming in. Shortly […]

Advertising
Martini Media Study: Affluent Spend More, Despite Larger Consumer Sentiment [Infographic]

As written for Technorati A CNN/ORC International survey released today indicates thirty-five percent of those questioned consider today’s economic conditions “very” or “somewhat” good. This marks a steady rise in CNN polling on the percentage who say things are good right now, from 26% in December to 31% in March, 33% in May and 35% now. Consumer sentiments have a […]

Case Study
Does Email at Work Create Resentment? [Infographic]

As written for Social Media Today Of all the communication methods in the workplace, 43 percent say email is the one most likely to create resentment between senders and receivers —this according to a new survey from CPP, “The People Development People,” and publishers of the Myers-Briggs®  personality assessment. In a popular article I wrote last year, the company examined which […]

Andre Bourque (SocialMarketingFella) is Editor Emeritus of Technorati.

He covers emerging trends and news in social, mobile, cloud, and related technologies.

Based in San Francisco, he can be contacted via his social channels and at: andrefbourque@gmail.com

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