If you guys can focus on anything besides the start of football, here’s the new edition of The Weekly Wrap. Shockingly, I was able to put my excitement aside long enough to put this together. Is it Sunday yet?!
Meet Boutine: Part Etsy, Part Polyvore
Since I’m a fat kid, I read this headline and thought it meant poutine. You know, that Canadian cuisine that consists of french fries, gravy and cheese curds. Yum! I’ll have to find my noms elsewhere. Alas, Meet Boutine: Part Etsy, Part Polyvore.
President Obama Crashes Reddit: Social Media in an Election Year
Obama’s prowess on the interwebs has always given him a leg up with my generation. People in the internet know are on Reddit, and that’s where Obama made his latest splash. He brought down the house. Literally. See how President Obama Crashes Reddit: Social Media in an Election Year.
Kaltura: Open-Source Video Software for Corporate Communications
I can’t tell if Kaltura sounds more like a character on Star Trek, or someone I played as in Moral Kombat. It’s neither. However, it is Kaltura: Open-Source Video Software for Corporate Communications.
Avoiding Copyright Minefields in Your Branding Videos
Discussion of pirates, minefields and not a Johnny Depp in sight. Oh well, you can still learn about Avoiding Copyright Minefields in Your Branding Videos.
Why Is Storytelling the Secret to Successful Marketing?
Any Googling of my name will show you that I buy into this concept. No…I’m not the square dance caller. However, much of the last 4+ years of my life has unfolded online. I use my story to make my blogs, social updates, etc. interesting to people that don’t even know me. So, Why Is Storytelling the Secret to Successful Marketing?
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