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Youtube Rewind 2015

    Tis’ the season: the Youtube Rewind video is here!! And it has raised many different reactions. While some people could recognize all of the YouTubers or the gags in the video, the rest of us could only get 30% of the jokes. The reason behind it is that in 2015 everything is really ephemeral. So the lucky ones …

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6 Social media predictions for 2016

2015 is about to end and many interesting things have happened this year in social media but why focus on the past when we can look forward to the future! So, we are getting in early – here are our predictions for the world of social media and social media marketing in 2016, starting off with everyone’s favorite under-achiever: Twitter.   Twitter has …

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Facebook Reactions

Last Tuesday, November 17th, Filipinos woke up to something new on Facebook. They had more options to interact with the content posted on Facebook. Facebook just launched “Reactions” feature for the Philippines’ market. Users simply have to hover the “Like” button and the “Reactions” will show six different emojis to choose from: Thumbs up for ‘Like’ Pink heart for ‘Love’ …

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Facebook now ahead of Google as traffic source for news

 According to Parse.ly, an online traffic analytics service that works with companies like Mashable, Facebook brings more traffic than Google to publishers. The CTO of Parse.ly, Andrew Montalenti explains in his interviews for Fortune and Adweek that the traffic on social media (where Facebook weighs more than any other and certainly more than Twitter) accounts for up to 43% of …

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Steps to take to develop a content strategy

With everything we have said about content strategy, it is now time to explain how to go about developing one. A strategy is essential to achieve our goals, regulate content and produce results. Without a strategy, there is nothing. A key part when it comes to strategizing is to review what we have done so far. Not all content is …

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The New York Times: variety of newsletters to increase audience

Creating a solid long-term content strategy is essential to building a real and participative audience that helps to accomplish our goals. The perfect example of this are the newsletters of the New York Times. According to Digiday, they have a spectacular open rate of 70% and they are helping to greatly increase subscriptions. They don’t give exact numbers but mention …

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Mediocre content can cost you more than you know

Stepping into the world of content creation, one may have to navigate the minefields of irrelevant posts, exaggerated prices, and false prophets who try to convince us to create as much content as possible for SEO purposes. The reality is that small and medium companies are not used to the idea of content creation being a necessary step they have …

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LinkedIn is expanding thanks to the contribution of content from its influencers

LinkedIn plans to continue playing a relevant role in the business of content. In 2014, the company launched a publication system for all its users and offered attractive reasons to publish on its network. Now, they are going to take advantage of their base of major writers, called “influencers”, with a system of unionization that will allow them to distribute …

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Twitter gives companies total access to their tweets’ archives

Until recently, brands could only measure how much influence they have on their followers on Twitter by analysing their answers and their conversations from within a limited period. That is to say, brands usually learn from what their community was saying and subsequently plan their campaigns according to the recent data. This landscape is going to change after Twitter’s last …

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More Reasons To Stop Investing In Paper and Start Investing In Digital Press

Every year, Mary Meeker, a prestigious North American analyst formerly from Morgan Stanley, produces a curated set of data reflecting what she sees as the major trends in Internet usage and growth. One of the trends that often sparks debates is the one that juxtaposes how American attention is divided among various forms of media and where actual advertising dollars …