6 Types of Video You Need for Social Media Success Over the Holidays

Video is currently the pinnacle of visual content marketing. It can grab your audience’s attention, spark their emotions, and deliver truckloads of information all in a single content consumption experience. This holiday season, videos will also be your key to slicing through the content noise. Remember, your customers have been dealing with regular antics like […]

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Rise of the Gifs

According to Twitter’s blog – “last year, people on Twitter shared over 100 million GIFs…”- no big deal right? Perhaps that’s why Twitter has also allowed brands and consumers to discover, consume, and share GIFs even more easily through GIF search on Twitter. And if that’s not enough you can search more on tumblr. And […]


Because Live Streaming Content Still Needs Planning

Today, live streaming has taken a new identity. Multiple identities in fact. From Meerkat (sorry buddy), to Periscope (from Twitter) to Facebook Live to YouTube Live (and many other players we just can’t remember the names of), live stream has become a necessity for digital marketers today. It’s not a tool we are considering, it’s […]

Leveraging The Social Media Club to Make 2012 a Year to Remember

Welcome to a brand new year where opportunities to bring in new clients, learn new skills and meet interesting people are available to each and every one of us.  Every year is an opportunity for a new beginning and an opportunity to think creatively starting with what we have, a foundation if you will, from […]

Internet Video Producers Set To Face 5 Years Imprisonment

The Internet video production world has been buzzing lately over the controversial S.987 Bill over in America, which aims to make unauthorized streaming of copyrighted material for the purpose of “commercial advantage or personal financial gain”, a felony.   Could It Be True? On the face of it, it appears as though the US Government is cracking down on […]

5th Anniversary Interview with Seth Mazow

Our friend Seth Mazow, who attended our first Social Media Club meeting in San Francisco on August 16, 2006, joined us a few weeks ago to celebrate our 5th anniversary.   In this video interview, Seth shares what have been the most surprising and disappointing impacts of social media. Sorry Seth, no jetpacks or robots. […]

Commenting is part of “the social” in Social Media

Ever wanted to know why, although, you wrote a fabulous blog post which we all know you sweated blood for, you don’t get any comments?  You are thankfully not alone. Mark S. Luckie, national web editor for The Washington Post and founder and editor of Media Bistro’s 10,000 Words: Where Journalism and Technology Meet talks […]