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What a (short) history of social media can teach us about what comes next

Earlier this week, some of the Digivizer team bought their pet dogs to work, in support of a cake-baking fund-raiser for the RSPCA.

The social media team got to work, and so did my internal pun-creation instinct, and I pulled  754 more words

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As someone whose job is involved with information management and preservation, modern social media is seemingly engineered to fuck this up as much as possible. Google isn’t good at digging through social media platforms (even its own ones) and Twitter’s search tools are abysmal as anyone who has tried to find something they know they saw fleetingly scroll past can testify. 607 more words

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Social Media Slice for August 21, 2019: Facebook "Clear History" Option Doesn't Really; Strategies to Improve Search Rankings and Engage Fans; and Must-Have Tools for Creating Videos with a Mobile Device

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Facebook “Clear History” Option Doesn’t Really-
Proving the old saying that if something is too good to be true, it usually isn’t, Facebook’s much anticipated privacy feature doesn’t really clear history as much as it just breaks a pipeline flow of user data to 3rd parties. 420 more words

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Urban Dictionary's Latest Word Addition: Ressa

MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – The crowd-sourced Urban Dictionary has added a new word: Ressa.

Inspired by the true-to-life Maria Ressa, CEO of Rappler, the new listing defines Ressa as a noun that means: a cheat, liar, tax-evader. 50 more words

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How Data Visualization Can Enhance Your Content Marketing

There’s never any shortage of online data. For marketers, this can be both a blessing and a curse.

On the one hand, if you want to quantify the reach of your content or identify trends in your social media engagement, there are metrics available to give you the illumination you need. 445 more words

Content Marketing

Counting Vines

I know I’m nearly ten years late to the party, but I love Vines. They cheer me up. They help me get to sleep. Pieces of their glimpse-comedy are lodged permanently in my brain-grooves and make me smile on a gray day. 762 more words

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