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Okay, that didn’t happen. But as two heavy-hitting content sites best known for their link bait headlines and pervasiveness, they did both talk about their viral science philosophies at Social Media Week in New York. Jonah Peretti and Eli Pariser agree the human self is complex and our interests are varied. As Peretti would frame…

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This post was written by Joe Geoghan Cindy Gallop, founder and CEO of MakeLoveNotPorn, curated a phenomenally diverse series of conversations, demonstrations, and panels all concerned with the way we talk about, think about, and experience sexuality today. She recently hosted the panel What Women Want: An Honest Conversation On Sex. All participants in the…

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This post was written by Zainab Oni. The way we deliver news has changed in the last two decades because of technological advances like computers and smart phones. More importantly, the way people engage with news has changed because of innovations like Vine, Snapchat, and Instagram that are now competitors for attention. Today, newsrooms are required…

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This post was written by Joe Geoghan. One of the final Masterclasses of Social Media Week pulled together a team of content creators for a panel discussion on how to build, analyze, and maintain audiences online. Presented by social activation agency The 7th Chamber, the panel included a comedian, the head of audience development at…

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This post was written by Claire Meyer. As SMW14 came to an end, audiences were treated to a variety of perspectives on millennial content habits and changes those habits have perpetuated. The event kicked off with a discussion of existing millennial misconceptions. The panel agreed that millennials seek content with depth. PolicyMic founder Chris Altchek…

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The final day of Social Media Week kept up the excitement until the very end. The Social Travelers arrived in Copenhagen in time to celebrate at the closing festivities. Nokia made a major announcement of its partnership with Mission 31, making the world of the aquanauts accessible to anyone in real time. Friday night’s parties…

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The second-to-last day of Social Media Week continued with the same excitement the week began with. The Social Travelers logged 125 more kilometers in their journey to Copenhagen, spending the night in Koge, Denmark. Bangalore continued in the spirit of their theme for the week — Social Media for Social Change — with a screening…

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When many people were first introduced to social media, it was most likely on a personal level. Sites like Facebook and Twitter provide a great way to interact with friends and family members, staying in touch across many miles. But all too soon, marketers realized that social media was crucial for reaching customers where they…

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Wednesday. Officially the middle of Social Media Week with more and more content, and more and more amazing connections. Milan worked to make food photography more appetizing than we thought possible, and Barcelona wrestled with the meaning of a social police force. In NYC, Upworthy’s CEO Eli Pariser announced plans to turn the audience into…

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From the whole team at Crowdcentric, our global partner Nokia, supporting global sponsors Spotify and Prodigy Network, and on behalf of each of our Local City Organizers, we wanted to say thank you for yet another successful Social Media Week. Over 800 events took place in eight cities, with more than 25,000 people attending events…

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