Client Mac and Cheese Fest Raymi Production Activation Tic-Tac-Tag was once again invited to participate in the 2017 Mac and Cheese Fest at the UIC Forum in Chicago, IL. Our goal again was to assist in making #MacAndCheeseChicago a trending … Continue reading
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5 reasons why you should have a Wedding Hashtag
Here is a quick :30 video I created for Tic-Tac-Tag explaining the reasons why events and weddings should have a wedding hashtag.
Tic-Tac-Tag Teams Up with PastBook.com
Tic-Tac-Tag (www.tictactag.com), is proud to announce its partnership with PastBook.com. “Now you can do even more with your event hashtag” says Jessica, co-founder of Tic-Tac-Tag. Building relationships with companies that compliment each other is key to growth and networking. Our … Continue reading
ShotTracker – From Now On Every Shot Counts
Looks like mobile technology is expanding its wings and diving into self-improving oneself into the passion points of their users. In this case, you can’t improve what you don’t measure, which is why they’ve created ShotTracker; the wearable tech that … Continue reading
With Windows Phone 8.1 update, Cortana is going international
Originally posted on Gigaom:
Microsoft(s msft) announced the first update to Windows Phone 8.1 at an event in China on Wednesday. The update, which will be available in preview form next week for developers, comes with a bunch of new…
Things with RFID chips in them will carry this logo in Europe, because privacy
Originally posted on Gigaom:
The European Commission has revealed a new logo for items that include radio frequency identification (RFID) tags, to keep them compliant with EU data protection rules. The scheme is voluntary, but technology trade organizations like Germany’s…
Sisters, originally uploaded by juzarraga.
Streamline Your Photos With New Tiled Galleries
This is great for all of you using WP as your website host.
Photos can add life to your blog and be the catalyst for getting a message across to your readers. Today, we launched new options for our WordPress.com galleries that allow you to create elegant magazine-style mosaic layouts for your photos–without having to use an external graphic editor.
When adding a gallery to your post, you now have the option to select a layout style for your images. We’ve added support for Rectangular, Square, and Circular galleries (take a look at the screenshots below for examples). By default, galleries will continue to display using the standard thumbnail grid layout. To switch to one of the new layouts, head over to Settings –> Media in your blog’s dashboard, scroll down to “Image Gallery Carousel,” and select the box next to “Display all your gallery pictures in a cool mosaic.”
Choosing this option makes the new look the default for all your blog’s…
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Real cost of Social Media
If you looked at the total costs and compared it to what P&G was spending before – no wonder why CEO Robert McDonald went this route. Apologies go out to those who were laid off. These stats, which have been … Continue reading
Hulu, Warner Music Ink Deal
(Billboard) Warner Music Group has become the second major label to strike a content licensing deal with online video hub Hulu. The agreement brings music videos, concert performances, interviews and behind-the-scenes footage to artist-branded pages within the Hulu site.
The first implementation of this deal is a Muse-branded page on the Hulu site, which currently features a Saturday Night Live appeearance, several performances captured during a tour stop in Wembley Stadium, along with some interviews and deep-catalog videos. Next up are Jason Mraz and Paramore, with additional artists coming online in the new year. Continue reading
Top Digital Trends for 2010
The drive for content at scale ranks among the developments set to make waves
(ADWEEK) As a rough 2009 draws to a close, the digital marketing world is looking ahead to 2010, hoping to deliver stronger growth in the sector, which is one of the few bright spots in the media world. What lies ahead? We identified 10 trends that are sure to make waves in 2010.
1. Content at Scale.
In remaking AOL, CEO Tim Armstrong has gone back to the future by betting on content. But Armstrong doesn’t believe content is king in the old way. In the new world, the race is on to use data and automation to produce content that people (and advertisers) want at as low a price as possible. That’s led to the rise of so-called content mills like Demand Media and Associated Content. AOL is betting its future on the area. The question for 2010 is whether this automation and data-driven approach will lead to a flowering of useful information or more detritus clogging search results with low-grade, ad-heavy Web pages. Continue reading
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