True/False Friday: The social video is still evolving.
True. There has been a lot of talk lately about social video—video that spreads by sharing and word of mouth. Some call it luck and others call it a science, but when executed properly, social videos go viral, garnering massive awareness […]
True/False Friday: There’s no limit to how Associations can use a short video clip.
True. Just ask Stephen Carey, PhD, CAE, and President of Association Management and Marketing Resources (AMMR): Stephen, the first trade association and professional society consultant to be appointed to the Board of Examiners for the Malcolm Baldrige National […]
True/False Friday: The First Lady’s an even better speaker now than she was in 2008.
Answer: you decide! If you saw Michelle Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday night, you can compare it to the 2008 speech here: If you haven’t watched the 2012 speech yet, here it is:
True/False Friday: YouTube is the most interesting thing about the Republican National Convention.
Okay, we know the centrality of YouTube in the publicity for the Republican National Convention (RNC) isn’t the most interesting thing for everybody, and that Clint Eastwood’s bizarre performance has more people talking right now—but for us it might prove […]
True/False Friday: YouTube will no longer have a presence on iPhones.
False. There has been a bit of buzz around the recent news that the new iPhone Operating System (iOS6) expected to launch in September won’t have a YouTube app included. The original license agreement between Google, which owns YouTube, and Apple […]