Here are videos that explain what you need to know about YouTube SEO and YouTube annotations.
ICA presentation – disclosure of material connections in social media from David Kamerer
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Coming to Chicago for AEJMC? You may want to purchase advance tickets for an important show. Here are some highlighted touring musical events in Chicago during the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC): August 7-8. Coldplay, with Marina & the Diamonds and Emeli Sande. United Center. Ticket information. Location/transit info. August 8. Rufus […]
“In this country, you gotta get the power first. Then when you get the power, you get the wi-fi. Then when you get the wi-fi, then you get the work done.” (if Scarface was made today) Everyone has a special routine for travel. Here’s mine, with a focus on getting the most from your digital […]
Name your own price Radiohead did it with their album In Rainbows; Louis CK did it with his Live at the Beacon performance video, and now Panera is experimenting with the model in its CSR initiative, Panera Cares. If you let your customers name their own price, will they pay? What principles govern this model? […]
If you run a website and don’t use analytics to monitor its performance, you’re a fool. Analytics provide rich, granular data about every aspect of your site and how it performs. Without this information, you can’t meaningfully improve your site – or justify the resources needed to run the site to your boss or board […]
It’s my pleasure to join a group of top ad professionals for a roundtable on trends in digital advertising: hashtag #LoyolaDigital 5 p.m. Thursday, March 1 Corboy Hall Room 105 25 E Pearson, Chicago, IL 60611 (southwest corner of Pearson & Wabash) Featuring: Kristin Scheve, Media Supervisor, Digitas Jonathan Sackett, EVP, Chief Digital Officer/Managing […]
In 1997, the web was easy. Everyone’s Amazon home page was the same. Everyone’s Google results were the same. It was the golden age of the universal web. Back then, we were just amazed to have the web. But my, how the web has grown. Today, it adapts to us. Google search emphasizes local results, […]
I think RSS is a great way for a high-volume information user to stay on top of things without too much time or work. But RSS is in decline, slowly being replaced by social sharing and proprietary feeds. To me, social sharing is like browsing, while RSS lets you look at every book on the […]