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What Pictures Tell: The Future of Social Is Visual

January 22, 2014 by Robin Fray Carey

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“Visual communication is bigger than we think,” says Brian Solis, principal at Altimeter Group. "It’s more than a content or marketing strategy." With that said, here are some specific ways visual social media is shaping our world as a whole, and where these might lead, starting with education.[read more]

Pinterest vs. Facebook for Visual Social Supremacy

October 26, 2012 by Andres Traslavina

Until now, it's seemed like Pinterest really takes the cake in terms of the best social network for visual content promotion. But recently, Facebook launched a little something called Collections, which is a Pinterest-style feature ...[read more]


Top 4 Team Visual Collaboration Tools

July 13, 2012 by Jen Eisenberg

More and more companies are turning to cloud services for storage of email, documents, spreadsheets and presentations. But as far as collaborating with a team on image-based projects, what are the tools you can use that combine the collaborative ease of Google Docs for teams and the beautiful presentation and inviting interface of Pinterest, while maintaining efficiency?[read more]

3 Ways a Stock Photo Can Make or Break Your Blog

May 10, 2012 by Deborah Sweeney

If a picture is worth a thousand words and an Instagram photo is apparently worth a billion to Facebook, where does that leave the stock photo? Somewhere in the middle ground to be sure, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t use that neutral space to work to your advantage with your social media outlets.[read more]


A Thousand Words: Social's Visual Economy

April 13, 2012 by William Smith

Does our Visual Economy mark the maturity of Social?[read more]


Pinterest: When Curation Becomes Meaningful for Anyone

January 25, 2012 by Laurent Francois

As curation as a concept is one of the digital key for the next years, Pinterest solved many problems: accessibility, fun and daily usability for anyone. Here are some usages for students, marketers, non-profits and live-events.[read more]