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Visual Content Amplifies Your Building Products Marketing Message

When it comes to effective building products marketing, the creation and dissemination of relevant and compelling content continues to reign supreme.

What makes content relevant and compelling hinges on the quality of the marketing message. 470 more words


A Banksy Inspired Social Media Campaign

Early in November the San Diego State athletic department launched a Banksy inspired homecoming campaign on social media. It was love at first sight. The creative caught my eye because it was something different than what we typically see in the sports world, and I love anything that pushes the creative boundaries. 1,174 more words

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'Get off his lawn, new media'! Don Lemon blames 'bloggers' for Ferguson 'stir'

Last night, CNN’s Don Lemon went off on the real Ferguson troublemakers: The bloggers.

.@DonLemon: “There are people with cameras, many of them bloggers and what have you.” Get off his lawn, new media.

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#DSMMCM1415: Has Social Media made us lose touch with Humanity?

Doesn’t this video make you think? is social media really having an effect on us? are we losing touch with humanity?.

Social media may be a big way for organisations to make money, gain new customers and also promote anything and everything. 383 more words


Ferguson and the Indictment of Social Media

by Iman Amrani Follow @imaniamrani

In the early hours of the morning I was propped up on the sofa, in front of the news (the channel is irrelevant, they were all showing it), phone in hand, Twitter open on… 683 more words

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High 5 Increases Digital Capabilities

High 5 Communications is pleased to announce the addition of Katlyn Garrett to their team of marketing and design professionals. She will serve as the agency’s Marketing Coordinator. 132 more words

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The big 'Wi-Fi' conundrum: a way to make money or a way to give customers what they need?

Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs  is a psychological theory proposed by Abraham Maslow in his 1943 paper “A Theory of Human Motivation”. The theory is most commonly portrayed in the shape of a pyramid with the largest, most fundamental levels of human needs at the bottom and with the ultimate need for self-actualization at the top. 959 more words

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