Category: Presentations

Social Media Predictions for 2013

The world’s most respected and proven marketers share what changes they believe are in store for social media in the new year. Continue reading

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Reclaiming Social in Social Media

What defines social media today? What is the future of social media? Continue reading

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Social Media is a lot like Sex

Is social media our new guilty pleasure? An entertaining comparison between sex and social networking courtesy of HubSpot. Everyone’s doing “it”, are you? Continue reading

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Startup DNA

Startup DNA: the formula behind successful startups in Silicon Valley. These are some personal observations on a few traits that make startups successful. Continue reading

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Little “i” Innovation - Why Small Ideas Matter as much as Big Ones

When it comes to design-led innovation, we love the big idea — those breakthrough inventions that signal a disruptive change. But these big ideas are rarely the result of a single moment of genius. Instead, it comes from the culmination of smaller ideas, developed over time, from the minds of many. Continue reading

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15 Years of Apple's Homepage

Apple is known for its top-notch design and its webpage is no exception. Charlie Hoehn took an interest in Apple.com and used the Internet Archive Wayback Machine to examine how Apple’s website has evolved over the past 15 years. Continue reading

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How to Build SEO into Content Strategy

Let’s be honest: for most content strategists and other people working with online content, SEO is the worst part of the job. It’s hugely technical, it’s shrouded in mystery, it seems to be focused on robots instead of people, there are unspoken rules, everything can turn on a dime, and it never, ever seems to end. Continue reading

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