By Allison Stadd on May 20, 2013 1:30 PM
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Build a Social Business with the Digital Producer at Anderson Cooper 360°
We're kicking off our upcoming June Social Media Marketing Boot Camp session with a special keynote presentation by Ella Chick (left), the digital producer at Anderson Cooper 360°. She'll discuss how the network uses social media for breaking news and leverages social media to draw attention to organizations and causes. Learn more about our program and register here.
To wit: Conversations With A Twitter Feed, a hilarious web series created, written and directed by Alex J. Mann, who moonlights as a writer for SomeECards. David C. Monk is the director of photography and editor.
Online is playground for wiseasses. Twitter knows this (how could it not?) and now, by extension or osmosis or what have you, so does Vine.
And the six-second video maker just released an update that demonstrates its complete ninja-like mastery of this knowledge. Yep, this feature is going to make you stop and try Vine right this second, if you haven’t already. Even savvy businesses will love this new ability because it just makes too much sense: The ability to shoot front-facing videos.
Can you hear the people practicing in front of their phones right now? Because they are.
With trending hashtags, Vines are bound to continue building steam. Time to hop on board, businesses!
And now, predictably, a video game has taken Vine to the next level. Talk about marketing magic.
If you’re a musician on Twitter or just a fan of awesome things, you HAVE to see this.
It’s a music video that’s continuously changing, pulling in specifically hashtagged Vines – and the result is pretty fantastic.
Oh, and if you’re a musician seeking publicity, they may highlight your song next month (if you ask nicely).
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