Ryan Schoenefeld: a brief history of social media and the digital landscape


First it was MySpace. They dominated for years and eventually became isolated from assorted social environments that are more prevalent now. Not to mention, everyone who harnessed MySpace remembers having Tom as a friend.

Eventually the trend arguably withered and gave way to new applications such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Foursquare and Facebook, just to name a few.

These environments have seemingly remained relevant, despite the monopoly of social media sites that have recently gained traction.

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Content repurposing: how to give new life to existing content

Ambal Balakrishnan from Click Documents Ambal Balakrishnan from Click Documents last week invited Beth Hrusch to discuss about Repurposing Content. Beth is Senior Editor at Interact Media, a content marketing software company.

Did you know that you are creating content for your business on a daily basis?  Every time you write a memo, post a blog, record a workshop, or put together a PowerPoint presentation, you’re creating useful content. 

Did you ever wonder what else you could do with it all?

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