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How to go viral

1. Have a proper mental breakdown all over Twitter. Really bring it on. You don’t actually have to cook anybody’s pet rabbit, but make them think you could. 516 more words

The role of pre-rolls in the consumer journey

I’ve just come out of great session at Google HQ down-under. I’ve been one of the lucky few to see the first study in Australia around the effectiveness of pre-roll and their impact on lowering CPAs.  682 more words

Audience Engagement

Polar Bear Day

For those who don’t know, this is International Polar Bear Day. I did not know that. You would think I would have caught a clue when Bing put a polar bear today on the front page and I started getting all sorts of cute polar bear pictures in my Facebook feed. 336 more words

About that dress...

Internet memes fascinate me, not the subject of our ire, but the amount of emotion and care we can pour into such things. If you’ve been on the internet for a long time, it can be like a peek into the human subconscious and once seen, you can never really scrub that stuff off your eyeballs. 252 more words

The Color of the Dress is not Important

That’s right. I said it. The dress – or the color of the dress – is not important. Everyone knows that. No one is actually affected by the color of the dress so I won’t talk about the color of the dress. 547 more words


"Hot Dudes Reading" Instagram Reverses the Male Gaze and Makes Print Books Sexy

Scattered throughout the history of Western art, one finds dozens of portraits of girls reading. In this popular pose, the male (or female) artist’s gaze focuses on the female subject, while her own gaze rests modestly on her book, unaware of the watcher. 611 more words


Search engine terms

I would just like to take a moment to thank Google for thinking of me when innocent  victims readers type in those search terms and land themselves on my blog. 539 more words