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Brits may say “Cheerio” to Instagram, Facebook, Flickr photo rights

Brits, take notice: your Instagram, Facebook, and Flickr photos may now be up for grabs. The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act includes sweeping changes concerning social media image ownership. It passed parliament and last week, it received Royal Assent to become law. Says Digital Trends reporter Francis Bea, “The clause that’s a cause for genuine … Continue reading Brits may say “Cheerio” to Instagram, Facebook, Flickr photo rights

Marriott introduces new tech-friendly hotels

Marriott beckoned to the tired, the poor, the huddled masses of tech-savvy travelers weary of overpriced, spotty Wi-Fi access with nowhere to put their USB cords and lo, the Moxy Hotels brand was born. The company recently announced the innovative budget-friendly hotel chain, which features free Wi-Fi connection, built-in USB ports in each wall socket, … Continue reading Marriott introduces new tech-friendly hotels

Crowdsourcing Colorado: citizens to rebrand the state

Everyone’s got an opinion. Now Colorado’s citizens have the chance to make their opinions known as the state turns to the masses and asks for their input on rebranding efforts. The new campaign, “Making Colorado,” asks people to submit their ideas, tweets, and photos that capture Colorado’s spirit. All material will be evaluated after the … Continue reading Crowdsourcing Colorado: citizens to rebrand the state

How to get more from your content marketing campaign

Say you want to promote your business. You’ve got your Facebook page, your Twitter account, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest. Mix in regular blog entries, article contributions, and traditional marketing methods… let’s just say you’re definitely not in GeoCities territory anymore. But how do you cast your net even further to widen your audience? What else could … Continue reading How to get more from your content marketing campaign