Google I/O 2013 – Episode 70

Adam and Cory discuss the pronunciation of .GIF, stats about the use of Google devices and applications, everything that was announced at Google I/O including a new Google+ layout, Android Studio, new Google Maps, and what marketers should take away from the event, whether Android is a focus for Google anymore, Yahoo! buying Tumblr and whether it signals a shift towards advertising for the network, Flickr going big with a new profile layout and 1TB of free storage, and whether or not this can revitalize the service, YouTube opening up their live streaming functionality to all accounts, and more.

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Content Curation and Flipboard Magazines – Episode 69

Adam and Cory discuss stats about how retargeted News Feed ads increase the ROI of Facebook Ad Exchange advertising nearly 200% over sidebar ads, content curation and how to use tools like a Flipboard Magazine to market your company, a review of FocusTwist and how it turns your iPhone into a $2 Lytro camera, Daft Punk streaming their entire Random Access Memories album for free through iTunes, Google launching a mobile content recommendation engine powered by Google+, and more.

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Instagram Adds Photos Of You – Episode 68

Adam and Cory discuss Adobe killing off the Creative Suite and replacing it with the Creative Cloud and why this might not be a bad thing for most businesses, the 15 stats retailers should know about Pinterest, Instagram’s new Photos Of You feature and how it will allow others to build your profile and answer the “Who?” question in addition to captions and hashtags for “What?” and geo-tagging for “Where?”, Facebook’s humble brag that 40% of top grossing iOS apps are using their advertising platform to juice downloads and why this is making it harder for you to compete in the mobile application market, Taco Bell experimenting with Snapchat and why other brands might soon follow their lead, the new YouTube Trend Map and how you can use it to plan your video strategy, and more.

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