SEPTEMBER 2013

  • 7 THINGS MORNING SHOWS CONSIDER CHANGING!

    AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: Ideas: TV

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    If it’s not too late …to appeal to the younger Internet demographic.
    No introduction needed really. I am constantly reading how TV is falling far behind in viewership and how the big Media are trying to win the Internet user back and eventually the advertisement money. One of my favorite subjects you’ve probably noticed is Morning ShowsHave they really been innovative the past years? Do you see a different product than what you watched 10 years ago? Are there small steps that can be taken to make a difference?
  • GOOGLE PLEASE FIX MY GMAIL!

    AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: Brain Breaks, Ideas: Digital

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    Everyone uses Gmail. If you recall, when it first launched it was very innovative. It was one of those products that will make you forget the one used before right away. Google is still innovating at a very rapid pace – Androids, Chrome, Google Glass, Nexus 7, Chromecast – just to name a few! They’re top on the top of their game. Here is just a small tip for Gmail that just came across my mind and I’d like to share!

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  • SOCIAL MEDIA TIPS FOR THE DRY-CLEANING INDUSTRY!

    AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: Ideas: Digital

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    In today’s business world, it’s a necessity for every business to embrace social media. I am not going to analyze here how and why. There are hundreds of blogs out there that do it. Very simply, it is the most effective way to acquire new customers these days.

    Today I am starting a new series, where every time I would be posting social media ideas for a different small business industry.

    And guess what? I am starting with the most unexpected one…

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  • WHEN YOU THOUGHT BUZZFEED CAN’T GET ANY BETTER…

    AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: Ideas: Digital, Ideas: TV

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    One of the sites, if not the only one,  that really changed the way online content is produced is certainly BuzzFeed. Where shall I start? So many firsts…The first to create unique content using the best from the web. The first to display their content and pics horizontally instead of the annoying galleries. The first to realize no one is clicking on advertising banners anymore and start a more creative, socially engaging way between users and brands. The first to combine politics with Grumpy Cat and do it so well. I can go on and on. Here is where I thought Buzzfeed could innovate as well…

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