A lot has changed since the early days of Internet video. Today's professionally produced content is not only leaps and bounds from early amateur video, it's competing with broadcast television for viewers and ad dollars.
The Lionsgate blockbuster proved that social media marketing for movies is about more than just ads and promoted hashtags; it's about compelling content and user experiences that draw people into the world of the film. Read Post
While Facebook continues to confound and annoy with its newsfeed algorythim-tinkering, is it Tumblr's moment in the sun? Find out why Tumblr might be the future of branded content in the latest episode of Freshwire's "60 Seconds of ... Read Post
If you've chatted online while watching television, you're in good company. A lot of it, in fact. We'll take a look at the explosive growth of social TV in the latest episode of "60 Seconds of Social Media" from Amos Content Group. Read Post