This week’s Buzz is a colorful spectrum of fortune telling, nuclear questions and award winning content. Take some time to catch up on what you’ve missed while you were hard at work all week.
Okay, so you just finished creating that awesome montage video of your SXSW escapades and want to figure out how to get it to rank in Google or Bing so the world will see what a party animal you are. How do you do it? What video portal do you use? Well, Jeremy Scott from REELSEO sheds some light on what you’ll need to do in order to get your video of epic adventure to get the visibility you’re looking for.
Gord Hotchkiss broke out his crystal ball recently (okay, that’s a lie, he asked a few people for their thoughts) and is getting ready to roll out the first of two articles discussing the future of search. This is definitely worth the read, if for nothing more than entertainment.
Raise your hand if you love to find new mobile apps to try out. If you didn’t raise your hand, skip to the next link. If you did raise your hand, don’t feel dumb for raising your hand in the middle of your office, I promise no one noticed. Next, put your hand down and go check out this list of finalists/winners from this past week’s CTIA E-Tech Awards.
I’ve heard more this year than past years that SXSW may be in an interesting position with their marketing. I think Irina Slutsky does a good job of discussing the absurd levels of advertising SXSW had this year.
This week’s infographic may not be about the trending growth in mobile use, or how long it would take to read every Tweet ever sent out on Twitter, but its still one that I think you should check out. Tableinfographics created this to answer some of the questions we all have about the Japanese nuclear reactor accident in Japan.
Facebook has been very busy lately rolling out some fun things we can all take advantage of and this update doesn’t disappoint. As insidefacebook.com reported Monday, Facebook now ties the relevancy of Events to your geo-location. You can now check-in to an Event via touch.facebook.com when you are in the geographic proximity to the address of an Event during its run-time. How cool is that?
Ever feel like you were looking at the next big thing? That’s the sort of feeling I got when reading this article from wired.com on Bill Nguyen’s latest startup. I’m not going to spoil the suspense though, you’ll have to check out what the creator of Lala has been up to lately and how it is going to change your life.
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