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First Google+, now YouTube. Will every major networking site have usurped Facebook by 2015?
Twitter falls short of the top 50 youth brands – should it be worried?
Facebook’s proposed video advert strategy could bring in big bucks, but only if there’s an audience willing to stick around
YouTube is expected to announce plans for a subscription-based service across up to 50 of its channels. What will video brands make of this experiment, and what effect will it have on advertising?
Nescafe’s smart new campaign asks us to consider the value of our Facebook friendships
Google+ is continuing to surprise naysayers by boasting an impressive 9,400% growth rate.
Translation company Amara.org has launched an app allowing YouTube creators to crowdsource translations and subtitles for their videos
Olympians know that the smallest details can mean the difference between a prideful celebration at the podium, or a tear-filled trip home empty handed. But while some victories will come down to millimeters or tenths of a second, the medal standings for corporate sponsors at the 2012 London Olympics will in many ways be decided by likes, page views, and tweets on social networks.
Very little divides opinion on a night out like the prospect of karaoke. Willing participants go at it with relish, while naysayers lurk around the periphery rolling their eyes and watching the clock. In the (relatively) private confines of a car, though, everyone fancies themselves as the next vocal phenomenon, screeching along passionately to their favourite driving tunes and tapping the wheel with gusto. Now, Europcar has all bases covered.
If, for major brands in social media, 2010 was the year of dipping toes and 2011 the year of starting to engage then 2012 so far is the year when social media talks back to the most social-savvy of the Fortune 100 companies.