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Create Shorter Content For More Effective Marketing

Twitter launched in 2006 and the short form text content platform quickly gained popularity among businesses, the media, government, and artists. Short form video exploded first with apps like Vine (6 second videos) and later Instagram and TikTok. Shorter, shorter, shorter! Yet I’ve noticed many organizations are still only producing long form content.
Tags: Instagram, Marketing, Social Media, Vine, Best Practices, Business to Business


San Pedro Fish Market eyes north cruise center space instead of new waterfront development

San Pedro Fish Market’s Tommy Amalfitano, one of the original founders, and nephew Michael Ungaro are two of the family members who run the busy seaside restaurant Saturday, June 18, 2016, San Pedro, CA. The restaurant, started in 1956, has grown to one of the busiest in the country Photo by Steve McCrank/Staff Photographer The San Pedro Fish Market’s covered, outdoor seating with views of the port makes for a popular weekend destination, seeing thousands of customers a day, Saturday, June ...
Tags: Instagram, Disney, Sport, Soccer, Port Of Los Angeles, Long Beach, Local News, Pedro, Universal Studios, Joe, Southern California, San Pedro, Galvin, U S Navy, BJ, McCormack


Festive

Looking at Christmas decorations always makes me feel a bit festive at this difficult time of this year. Red is the theme in the Plaza Athénée. Most hotels won’t let you wander in now but they let us into the lobby. The Ritz Hotel didn’t. Wreaths and teddy bears. The tree at the Galerie Lafayette Champs Elysees. Closeup. Ending the day with a crepe is always a good idea.
Tags: Travel, Photos, Christmas, Paris, Crepe, Ritz Hotel, Plaza Athénée, Valerie Lafayette Champs Elysees, Galerie Lafayette Champs Elysees Closeup Ending


On the road to nowhere: France border closures causes UK lorry chaos – in pictures

The decision by France to close its borders to incoming freight traffic from the UK has caused chaos in Dover – the gateway to Europe – and roads leading to the port Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Photography, Politics, UK, France, UK News, World news, Art and design, Transport, Kent, Brexit, Trade Policy, Coronavirus


A selection of my favourite photographs from 2020

With 2020 almost done and dusted, it’s time once again to choose my favourite photographs from the last 12 months. In Tokyo, we’ve somehow been spared the devastation experienced in so many other cities, but with Covid-19 numbers once again on the rise, and Japan lagging behind in regards vaccine approval, we certainly aren’t out of the woods just yet. Yet despite infection rates being relatively low, daily life here is still different, and just like so many other people, I‘ve personally been h...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Japan, Tokyo, Japan Post, Tokyo Photowalks


Photos reveal Jupiter and Saturn aligned in the sky as a 'Christmas star' that hadn't been seen for 800 years

Saturn (above) and Jupiter (below) in the sky above a church in New York City. Gary Hershorn Photographers from around the world captured Jupiter and Saturn aligning almost perfectly in the night sky this week. Monday was the closest the two planets have appeared in 800 years — the last time they were both this close and visible was in 1226. The two planets move into alignment, or conjunction, every 20 years. But this year they were close enough to look like a "double planet." Visit Busine...
Tags: Photos, Space, Science, News, Australia, Youtube, Washington, New York City, Trends, Iran, Nasa, Earth, Planets, Saturn, Jupiter, Jet Propulsion Laboratory


Now You Too Can Look Like a Fool While Trying to Solve the AR New York Times Crossword Puzzle

For 25 years, I’ve held a long, deep-seated grudge against the New York Times Crossword puzzle. It started when a family friend gifted me a daily calendar of NYT Crossword puzzles because I was a “smart kid.” I don’t know what possessed this woman to think a 7-year-old would enjoy the NYT Crossword—a puzzle famed for…Read more...
Tags: Science, Instagram, Augmented Reality, Nytimes, Crossword Puzzles, I Hate Everything, New York Times Crossword, AR New York Times Crossword Puzzle


21 of our favorite books to give as gifts, from a bestselling cookbook to must-read memoirs

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Target; Crystal Cox/Gilbert Espinoza/Business Insider Books (and book subscriptions) are some of the most crowd-pleasing gifts you can buy for people.While relatively inexpensive, books can feel really thoughtful - especially if you really know someone's literary taste.Below, we've listed 21 of the best books you can give as gifts - from instructional bibles like "I Will Teach You to be Ri...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Instagram, Cheryl Strayed, Berlin, Trends, Walmart, United States, Joan Didion, Cinderella, Dublin, Hilary Mantel, ANN, Oprah, Duke, Wolf Hall


HBO Max’s Titans Season 3 Officially Wraps Production for 2020

BEGIN SLIDESHOW HBO Max’s Titans Season 3 Officially Wraps Production for 2020 Titans cinematographer Boris Mojsovksi took to Instagram to share a new behind-the-scenes photo, confirming the last day of filming in 2020 on the upcoming third season of HBO Max’s newly added DC series. Featuring Curran Walters’ Jason Todd, you can check out the full Titans Season 3 BTS photo below!   View this post on Instagram ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Instagram, Gotham, Egypt, TV News, Streaming, Hawk, Bts, Titans, Sarah Schechter, Deathstroke, ComingSoon, Jason Todd, Lindsey Gort, Koriand


What a Facebook Photos product manager thinks about antitrust

Samuel Odio Contributor Share on Twitter Samuel is a product leader and two-time founder, currently serving as VP of Product at Fivestars. He previously founded Divvyshot (acquired by Facebook) and co-founded Freshplum (acquired by TellApart). Leading up to Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram, I was the product manager in charge of Facebook Photos. Mark Zuckerberg had bought my previous company, Divvyshot, one of the first ...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Column, Mark Zuckerberg, Hong Kong, Instagram, Microsoft, Opinion, China, Tech, Policy, United States, Antitrust, Silicon Valley, Department Of Justice, Facebook Photos


The New York Times launches an AR-enabled crossword on Instagram

The New York Times is bringing its signature crosswords game into augmented reality. The media company announced this morning it’s launching a new AR-enabled game, “Shattered Crosswords,” on Instagram, where players will be able to solve clues by finding spinning broken crossword pieces in AR. When the right vantage point is achieved, players will find the words hidden among the shards above the puzzle. The concept is similar to those found in other 3D puzzlers, like Polysphere, for example, whe...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, California, Tech, New York Times, Nyt, Crossword, AR Lab


The New York Times Launches a Crossword Puzzle AR Effect on Instagram

The New York Times launched an augmented reality game on Instagram called Shattered Crosswords, which was built using Facebook's Spark AR platform. Shattered Crosswords is a twist on The Times' daily crossword puzzle. Users can play the game by visiting The Times' Instagram profile, tapping on the Effects tab and then tapping the game (or...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Advertising, New York Times, Times, Social Pro Daily, The Times Instagram


Connect4Climate: Unsustainable Posts

Some of the most followed celebrities on Instagram show on their profiles unsustainable products which are seen by millions of youngsters. This is not the kind of influence that they need. Connect4Climate, in collaboration with Instagram introduce “Unsustainable Posts”, a feature that warns users when they are exposed to unsustainable brands and products.
Tags: Instagram, Advertising


Data scientists are teaming up with influencers to fight dangerous conspiracy theories about COVID-19 as people shun experts' warnings

Shauna Harrison Courtesy of Shauna Harrison Data scientists at Public Good Projects are partnering with a "network of micro-influencers" to spread facts on COVID-19 and vaccines on social media.  Public health officials worry misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines on social media could prevent Americans from getting the shots. Just 129 accounts are predominantly responsible for misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines on Twitter, according to peer-reviewed PGP data. Everyday social media use...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Science, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Social Media, Pgp, Pfizer, Anthony Fauci, Pew Research Center, Cornell University, Influencers, Misinformation, Harrison


Influencers are being recruited to fight dangerous conspiracy theories about COVID-19 as people shun experts' warnings

Shauna Harrison Courtesy of Shauna Harrison Data scientists at Public Good Projects are partnering with a "network of micro-influencers" to spread facts on COVID-19 and vaccines on social media.  Public health officials worry misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines on social media could prevent Americans from getting the shots. Just 129 accounts are predominantly responsible for misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines on Twitter, according to peer-reviewed PGP data. Everyday social media use...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Science, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Social Media, Pgp, Pfizer, Anthony Fauci, Pew Research Center, Cornell University, Influencers, Misinformation, Harrison


A visit to the Barbie Woodshop

I recently discovered this Instagram account for Barbie of All Trades. Yes, THAT Barbie. She's taken up woodworking and has amassed a shopful of gorgeous (1:6 scale) miniature tools. According to her Instagram bio, Barbie Woodshop is a a "father and daughter project that is getting out of hand." — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Woodworking, Instagram, Makers, Barbie, Barbie Woodshop


Is this the end for Johnny Depp? Christian Dior is still paying the embattled actor millions, but insiders say it will take a miracle, or a new Tim Burton movie, for him to work in Hollywood again.

Johnny Depp leaving the High Court in London in February. Reuters In November Johnny Depp lost his libel case against a British tabloid that had labeled him a "wife beater" in an article about his ex-wife Amber Heard. Christian Dior has kept Depp as the face of its men's fragrance but is not airing ads in conservative markets, a perfume insider said. In May, Depp is set to go to trial again in a defamation case against Heard over an op-ed she wrote for The Washington Post suggesting Depp a...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, London, Instagram, Washington Post, La, Virginia, Tim Burton, Disney, US, America, Los Angeles, Trends, High Court, Netflix, Idaho


How data scientists and influencers are joining forces to fight against dangerous COVID-19 conspiracy theories online

Shauna Harrison Courtesy of Shauna Harrison Data scientists at Public Good Projects are partnering with a "network of micro-influencers" to spread facts on COVID-19 and vaccines on social media.  Public health officials worry misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines on social media could prevent Americans from getting the shots. Just 129 accounts are predominantly responsible for misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines on Twitter, according to peer-reviewed PGP data. Everyday social media use...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Science, News, Instagram, US, Trends, Social Media, Pgp, Pfizer, Anthony Fauci, Pew Research Center, Cornell University, Influencers, Misinformation, Harrison


Lisa Faulkner's sister is her DOUBLE in very rare family photos

Lisa Faulkner has taken to Instagram with a loving tribute to her sister, Victoria. The TV...
Tags: Instagram, Victoria, Lisa Faulkner




Fire, fury and defiance: a year of disrupted sport unlike any other – in pictures

Liverpool winning the Premier League, the death of Kobe Bryant, Lewis Hamilton’s black power salute, the dejection of Lionel Messi, the agility of Ewa Pajor, Rafael Nadal’s triumph in Paris, teeming crowds at the Cheltenham Festival as the coronavirus spreads: the photographs that tell the story of sport in 2020.In memory of our friend Daffydd BynonClick on each image for more caption informationLiverpool’s Mohamed Salah celebrates after scoring his team’s second goal against Manchester United a...
Tags: Photography, Football, Sport, Rugby Union, Art and design, Premier League, Manchester United, Australia sport, Liverpool, Manchester City, US sports, Paris, Golf, Lionel Messi, Boxing, Rafael Nadal


Artist turns viral images into fine art

Scrolling through Instagram in search of artistic inspiration might not seem fruitful, but for New Jersey-based painter Gina Beavers, social media feeds are gold.
Tags: Instagram, Cnn, New Jersey, Gina Beavers


Kicking Off the 12 Drinks Of Christmas! Different Sips + Recipes Every Day! Welcome to DAY 1 + Tap 357 Whiskeys!

This is cocktail series that I inaugurated back in 2004. Called the 12 Drinks of Christmas, you will see a different sip (or sips) each day. Sometimes it’s just one brand of wine or spirits, or a collection of cocktails from one bar or restaurant or mixologist. Not only sharing established brands but also new […] The post Kicking Off the 12 Drinks Of Christmas! Different Sips + Recipes Every Day! Welcome to DAY 1 + Tap 357 Whiskeys! first appeared on LA-Story.com.
Tags: Photos, Twitter, Family, Featured, Shopping, Women, Lifestyle, Holiday, Events, Entrepreneurs, Strategy, Social Media, Seo, Going Green, Beverages, Art and design



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