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Google becomes an attractive network still without a niche

Google owns us, hook, line, and sinker. It manages our e-mail, calendar, and documents. We chat with friends on Gchat or Hangouts, watch videos on YouTube, find our way around with Google Maps, and many of us use Android smartphones and tablets.        

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What Twitter’s ESPN Deal Means

Twitter is increasingly pressing beyond the confines of the 140 character text messages that defined the social network at its inception. The Twitter timeline of today — replete with tweets that feature pictures, videos, music and short clips of news articles — is far from the timeline of truncated status updates that launched the social network seven years ago. Indeed, the company seems intent on challenging nearly every social media competitor, from Instagram to Facebook to YouTube. The latest sign of Twitter’s expanding ambitions comes with a report from The Wall Street Journal that the social network plans to distribute ESPN highlights, signaling that the company is serious about integrating content that will keep users glued to their feeds. “What’s become quite evident is the way that people like to communicate isn’t just through text,” said Mark Shaw , a London-based social media consultant who specializes in advising companies about Twitter

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6 Myths About Social Media Marketing

Here's why your company's Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and other social media campaigns aren't performing as well as they could be. Over the past five years, social media has become an increasingly important part of many companies' marketing strategies. But there are still some misconceptions about how to use social media to drive sales and which services are worth the investment of …

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WATCH: London In 1927 Is Simply Beautiful

This video , titled “London in 1927,” is nothing short of exquisite. Shot by English cinematographer Claude Friese-Greene at the tail end of an 840-mile road trip through 1920s England, and scored with emotional music by English pop band Jonquil and French composer Yann Tiersen , the video is a gorgeous preservation of English urban life at the time. Friese-Greene, who had been filming English country life on his trip for a silent travelogue film called “The Open Road,” returned to London in 1926 to turn his camera on his own hometown, a bustling, majestic city sunk deep in economic depression. Yet the images he captured show little of England’s high unemployment and stagnant economy. Instead, the film (one of the first color films ever), gives us a glimpse at breathtaking images of the metropolis: The country’s first double-decker motor buses move slowly across London Bridge; young women stroll through a sunlit Hyde Park; throngs of men, many of whom had likely fought in the trenches of the Western Front a decade earlier, crowd Petticoat Lane. Part of what is so remarkable about the film is how people don’t appear to be camera shy.

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How Many Can You Name?

For the purpose of this column, I’m going to focus on the “big” networks—Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest, foursquare, LinkedIn and flickr. As you’ll notice, that’s still a pretty long list. Having an active, well-managed presence on nine networks isn’t just a challenge for many brands—it’s impossible. Here’s where the challenge comes in: How

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Dead Meme Nearly Kills Guy

As far as viral memes go, the “Harlem Shake” is pretty much dead. And when these latecomers decided to incorporate what looks like a firecracker and a canister of something flammable into their rendition — well, frankly, they narrowly avoided the same fate. Not to spoil things too much, but the guy that starts off the video, bopping on the hood of the car, literally walks into an explosion about 25 seconds in. Then, when the blast knocks over the red drum and sets it on fire, he appears to throw water on it. Bad idea. Is it suspicious that someone left a canister of flammable liquid on the hood of the car, or just plain stupid

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Biz Break: Tesla's record-breaking ride, Facebook's Instagram-sized target

Today: Tesla stock reaches all-tiem highs on profits and praise for Model S, Facebook reportedly considering paying up to $1 billion for Waze, and Google adds premium YouTube channels.

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One Billion People Use YouTube Every Month, Says YouTube

One billion active users a month. But who exactly is an active user, according to Google? YouTube has hit a milestone. One billion active users a month, it announced on its blog yesterday. That’s one in seven of us on the planet watching something on the Google video site every 28 days or so. The firm revealed a few more interesting factoids: One in every two people on the Internet visits …

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