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Archive | August, 2013

Running a parody story could harm your trust

Injecting humor from time to time in your content marketing strategy is a good way to keep yourself relatable to your readers. However, as TechCrunch recently learned, be careful that you don’t push your humor–and your trustworthiness–over the edge by publishing a parody story misinterpreted as reality. Poytner reports: TechCrunch published a piece by Ryan Lawler […]

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Man, we have lots of ways to watch tv!

Living in the golden age of television

We are very lucky to be living in this time. The variety of ways of watching video is simply amazing. Right now we currently have broadcast stations, subscription-based cable television, youtube free-for-all, high-quality vimeo, streaming ustream channels, and video podcasts. Then we got things like chromecast to push video to tv. Apple TV and netflix […]

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The Pinterest versus Google smackdown

Google beats Pinterest at browsing images

When it comes to looking through images, Google’s layout of rows is much better than Pinterest’s layout of columns. Google is very organized and easy to scroll down and look at all the images in a sequential manner. The rows keep all the various images in order. The Western world reads left to right, so […]

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Find opinions you value on trending topics

When there is a trending topic, do you want to gather together all your friend’s thoughts? We’ve got facebook, twitter, and blogs. But man, everything is scattered all over the place. Wouldn’t it be nice to see everyone’s thoughts in one place? With feedly you can get all your trusted source’s opinions on a specific topic, […]

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