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Archive for October, 2011

Check out the latest in the world with our highlight review:   People & Society Talking about governments, society and individuals impacting the world: China Censors Occupy Protests From Social Media (via The Next Web) Obama Joins Tumblr (via Mashable) Gen Y Fund Gets Support From White House to Encourage Young Entrepreneurs (via Mashable) TechCrunch’s…

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Gamify Me: How Game Mechanics Have Infiltrated Marketing- What’s the Next Play? Hosted at the Business, Media & Communications Hub at JWT Social Media Week NY (February 7, 2011) Winning points or badges, sitting atop a leader board and getting to the next level are all actions that we have grown accustomed to. Now marketers…

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This past week, Michelle Obama added her voice to the world of Twitter and the Occupy Wall Street movement went global, with Julian Assange adding his support. We also saw numerous reports on consumer’s online habits and just what we are doing in regard to entertainment, while the car industry tackles texting and driving. Catch…

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Guest Post By Don Tapscott, Curator Social Media Week I’m enthusiastic about taking on the role of “Curator” for Social Media Week. Between now and my kickoff speech Feb 13 to cities around the world, I’ll be writing a series of articles to stimulate thinking and discussion in our global community. The debate on the…

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In 2010, video game accessory, hardware and software sales reached a staggering $18.58 billion. Despite the dismal condition of the U.S. economy and an employment rate that reached nearly 10% in 2011, American households seemed more than happy to spend considerable amounts of cash on electronic games and entertainment. So, where does social media fit…

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In 1998, Congress enacted the Children’s Privacy Protection Act, limiting the ability of websites to collect personal information on children younger than 13 without parental consent. Hence, why you can only sign up for a social networking account if you’re older than 13 now and must verify your age for online forms. However, over the…

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At Dachis Group, we have a framework for developing branded experiences that are social by design, and we leverage it every single time we concept one of our programs. To quickly summarize the process:

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What do you get when you put female bloggers, moms, business woman and fashionistas in one place?  You get Blissdom Canada, the social media conference by women, for women in Canada’s social media sphere. From everything involving mommy blogging to the latest styles, Blissdom Canada was a mash-up of the fresh faces of women interested…

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Last week was a busy one- with the US grassroots movement of Occupy Wall Street going global and more studies being released regarding our entertainment and mobile habits. Growth in the gaming and entertainment industry were major areas, as were predictions for sales in the coming years in the mobile and video industries. We’ve compiled…

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Social TV is an ongoing series by Elspeth “Ellie” Rountree that will focus on trends and topics within the industry. By simply Googling “Social Television Importance,” it’s immediately clear how important this new and uncharted industry is becoming.  Viewers are interested in not only watching TV, but learning more during the process.  It’s still a…

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