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Beyond the Screen: How TV Shows are Extending the Story to Digital

What was the latest great story you read? Maybe not read, but watched? Or heard? For me, it was the GIRLS episode “I Get Ideas.” Lena Dunham hit it out of the park again with a raw story to which every 20-something girl could relate. An immense amount of time and effort goes into developing […]

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Twitter Announces Keyword Targeting in Timelines

Today, Twitter announced its newest feature: keyword level targeting within the timeline. Prior to this announcement, marketers could utilize Twitter’s Promoted Tweet product based on interest categories, lookalike targeting and conversations. These clusters were determined by user data, but did not take advantage of the real-time nature of conversations on the platform. With keyword level targeting, marketers can […]

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Bow Down: 3 Moves Brands Should Steal from Beyoncé

Beyoncé knows how to create buzz. Since the end of 2012, she’s already inked a multimillion dollar endorsement deal, headlined the Super Bowl halftime show (some say she even caused the blackout) and circulated a new single via music startup, Soundcloud, which has garnered 3 million plays in less than a month. Behind these milestones […]

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Nielsen Study Confirms: Yes, Tweets Do Drive Tune-In

A new study by Nielsen and SocialGuide has confirmed something many of us in social media have long held sacred: Twitter is kind of a big deal when it comes to television marketing. It should come as no surprise that the more people that are talking about a show, the more likely its ratings are […]

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Applying Tina Roth Eisenberg’s ‘Rules to Live By’ to Content Marketing

SXSW has come and gone (read 360i’s SXSW Hotsheet to get the full rundown) – and besides the epic Macklemore and Lewis performance, there are only a few presentations that remain top of mind. One of the few that continues to resonate for me is the keynote from Tina Roth Eisenberg, the Brooklyn-based design virtuoso […]