Posts Tagged ‘digital media’

TED Talks: The Secret Power of YouTube – How Web Video Powers Global Innovation

September 27th, 2010 No Comments

TED Talk: What Physics Can Teach You About Marketing

September 1st, 2010 No Comments

Google’s UK, Ireland, and Benelux Marketing Director Dan Cobley lectures at TED about the intersection between physics and marketing. Didn’t know they had something in common? Think again. Here are Dan’s principles: a) Newton’s Law: The more massive a brand, the more baggage it has and the more force it takes to change its position. The bigger a brand, the more difficult it is to reposition it. b) Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle: Observing consumers changes their behavior. For example, people aren’t honest in focus groups and


The ROI of Social is "Will Your Business Be Around in 5 Years?"

May 17th, 2010 No Comments

I first blogged the latest edition of Socionomic’s now ubiquitous video about how the media landscape has changed to digital and its social implications back in December. Now, six months later, the world has changed again and Socionomics has come out with a new video called Social Media Revolution 2 (though not the second edition of their video, which has been around for over a year – an eternity in the age of the iPad). A few facts, from Socionomics:


The Brand of Me – Or How Journalism Is Changing

May 13th, 2010 No Comments

I frequently say that digital media and digital marketing is not about the tool. It’s not about Twitter or Facebook or YouTube. It’s about the fact that communication — and how people get their information — are changing. People don’t get their information from the daily newspaper, get their local paper — if you’re lucky and live in a big city you get the New York Times, Washington Post, LA Times or Chicago Tribune — or go out to the