Did you know that back in 2004, “blog” was named the word of the year by Merriam-Webster?
Ten years on, blogs have gone from strength-to-strength. Indeed, many are so sophisticated and feature-packed today that they are so far removed of the blogs of a decade ago to be almost unrecognisable. So what else has changed in this time?
Modern social media, of course, started gaining serious traction in 2005, when Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube all made big arrivals on the scene, followed by Twitter in 2006.
SEO, PR, digital newsrooms, apps and visual content have all changed the way that we – all of us – tell stories online, and there’s no doubt the online world 10 years from now will be different as today is from 2004. This visual from Carabiner Communications looks at the driving forces behind 10 years of storytelling.
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