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In the future, we will all communicate exclusively via crudely drawn pictograms

I have written in the past about the significance of images in today’s over-saturated media landscape. However, we content marketers must also ask ourselves—to what degree will the simplification and “picturization” (a real term?) of both content and human interaction continue? Let’s think about this. When was that last time someone under thirty left a voicemail?  You […]

Rallyverse Roundup: The Science Of Selfies

In today’s Roundup, we’ve got a retrospective to explain the history of selfies, some interesting news from the folks at Getty Images, a reminder that marketing is all about addressing basic human needs, and a pelican with a GoPro (what else?). Enjoy. The Science of Selfies: How Pictures Help Us Claim Our Identity – […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Go Freemium, Show Your Personal Side, Apps For Each NYC Neighborhood

With today’s Rallyverse Roundup, you can learn why going freemium may be the best route for your app, how to expose a little bit more of your personal side on Twitter, how to get seen in the Facebook news feed, and what New Year’s resolutions you should make if you’re a marketer. And as a […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Facebook’s Going Meme-Hunting, Breaking Bad Entrepreneurship

Today’s Rallyverse Roundup is showcasing an increasingly widening age gap between top social networks, some thoughts on why linking Facebook and Twitter is not a smart move for your brand, news on Facebook’s effort to highlight top publications as opposed to low-quality memes, and a lesson in entrepreneurship from Walter White – who, whether good […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Facebook’s Odd Trend, Cheating Wikipedia, PR in 2014

Today’s Rallyverse Roundup has the scoop on why your old (or very old) Facebook posts have been blowing up lately, a report on sketchy behavior from brands and PR pros relating to their Wikipedia pages, and a variety of tips for brands on Cyber Monday, marketers using Google Analytics, and PR pros in 2014. Why […]