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Social media is the biggest thing going right now when it comes to getting your business involved in online marketing. However, it seems that there is an increasingly large number of businesses and organizations who take the wrong approach to getting involved in the whirlwind. Often, businesses big and small, will hire young employees to manage their social media presence based solely on the notion of that generations savvy relationship with things like Facebook and Twitter. Unfortunately, this is often the worst thing a business can do, as those socially…
Web based video is huge and growing. The online research firm comScore recently released some details on just how much video is being watched on the web, and the numbers are impressive. In the U.S. the total number of videos viewed online topped 42.6 billion, from a total of 184 million unique viewers averaging 21.1 hour each. Thats a massive amount of online video content being consumed. Where are folks going for all this content? Well, for the most part they are going to Youtube.com, where almost half of all…
Youtube, the worlds most popular video sharing site, recieved a killer update today which allows a significantly greater degree of user customization and even some slick Google + integration. However, jsut like the new facebook timelines, it isnt live on the new site unless you do a little tweaking. Don's worry too much, its super easy, and here is how to do it (in Firefox and Chrome anyways): In Firefox: Ctrl + Shift + K (Win) | Cmd + Shift + K (Mac)In Chrome: Ctrl + Shift + J (Win)…
Like anyone dealing with a bad breakup can tell you, now that it is official, we can all move on with our lives. (Mashable.com) -- Adobe developer relations lead Mike Chambers has posted a lengthy explanation of why the company decidedto stop development of the mobile browser version of Flash. The response comes as the health of the entire Flash ecosystem is in doubt. Adobe announced that Flash Player 11.1 would be the last version of Flash for mobile devices, though the company would continue to fix critical bugs. The…
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