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The Many Ways Video Makes Its Way Into Corporate America – Infographic

Planning for the future with pervasive video? Does that ring a bell? No? How about this, learn how successful companies build a competitive advantage through seamless collaboration & user-generated content solutions? No? I thought so.

The infographic below and the text above are from Polycom, describing how video makes its way into corporate America, on all devices and technologies. If you work in corporate, you might have gotten a video via email with some speech from your CEO or other executive. Instead of reading a mile long email, you can listen to a short video that delivers the message. Or, if your company is more progressive than others, you might already have meetings (video) on mobile devices or even more advanced stuff. Well, all of that saves your company time and money. This is what Polycom is trying to deliver in its message full of buzzwords.

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B2B Marketing: Business Buyers Are people Too – Infographic

I think this infographic is quite interesting, even though the buzzwords and stone aged marketing writing makes people to read something else. Have a look and see how big business is going to use video in the future. If you are a B2B marketing writer, have a look at the three articles above.

Infographic Source: Polycom


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Week 48: Most Popular Social Media And Marketing Posts – And A Fashion Add-On

This week’s leaders are in the area of digital marketing, content marketing, trends in marketing for 2014, a guide for better business use of Twitter and how we all have been influenced by social media. The Top Hit describes how narcissism and the selfie syndrom have been fueled by social media, namely by Facebook and Twitter. Check it out, interesting stuff.

As an add-on from the fashion category and on the more humorous side, “The Handbag Personality Test”. That one is not only interesting for the ladies.

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Top Hit: Facebook, Twitter, Narcissism And The Selfie Syndrom


Also Popular: Fashion – The Handbag Personality Test (Not Only Interesting For The Ladies)

Digital Marketing Statistics 2013: The Details Are Stunning – Infographic

As time goes on in the digital marketing world the statistics are getting more and more interesting. Have a look at this infographic with facts and numbers from content marketing, social media to SEO and mobile marketing.

Infographic Source: Yoda

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The Benefits Of Video Content And Its Unstoppable Growth – Infographic

Online video is quickly becoming one of the newest trends in media. In order to keep up with this fast paced trend and stay ahead of the competition, many businesses are deciding to use online video as part of their promotional marketing strategies.

Using this form of media can create several advantages for a business. Online video creates a more personal interaction between a business and its customers. The use of both visual effects and sounds is an effective way of gaining a viewers attention. Continue reading

Netflix And The Battle Over Original Content

S&P Capital’s Tuna Amobi, Swan Wealth Advisors’ mark Sebastian and Bloomberg’s Jon Erlichman examine Netflix’s business model. They speak with Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Social Media Consultants: How To Understand A New Client And Create New Content Ideas – Infographic

Social media and economic circumstances have created a new job and business opportunity for many people: Social Media Consultant

While many of the newly created social media consultants have the necessary experiences to deal and service a business client, many have only acquired their knowledge by posting “cat pictures” in the past. For those, this infographic will be of great value. While not perfect and by no means enough to replace important experiences and knowledge, the information provided is a good start to learn the basics on how to approach a new client and the new challenge.

By the way, for big or small businesses looking for social media help, don’t underestimate those that have created some influence with posting cat pictures. They know very well how to build and reach an audience. As we can see every day, that is something even many of the big brands, and big consulting companies, are still fighting with. Continue reading

120 (!!! WOW) Marketing Tactics For New Blogs – Infographic

If you are planning on a new blog (or have an existing one) this is a pretty cool infographic on how to market your blog. 120 tips is a lot, but if you really care, the details are important. Blogging is work and marketing is important.

Content marketing consists of producing and publishing information that builds trust and authority among your ideal customers. Continue reading

Contagious Content: The Psychology That Drives Sharing – Infographic



The visual not only touches on the psychology behind what drives folks to share content, but also examines elements necessary to take content to the max level of shareability. It goes on to explain that the more emotion content evokes, the likelihood of going viral increases.

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Viral Marketing: 6 Steps To Make Your Content Contagious

Viral marketing can be huge for your business – if you really understand it. In this video, you’ll learn from Jonah Berger’s key steps to make your content contagious.

Social currency is important when it comes to viral marketing. What does that mean? It means you do something to make your customers feels special, and they share the story with others – and include your company in the story. Continue reading