Karmarama Stories. Property Blog Posts. Pictures Trending on Web, Funny and Interesting Picture Galleries. TROLLing Zone. Central Perk. Film - The A.V. Club. The Social Media Publishing Schedule Every Marketer Needs [Template] We have a 9 a.m. meeting?
Yikes! Hold on -- let me just click around the internet like a maniac to find something for the morning tweet. Sound familiar? Scrambling for social content is not a new phenomenon. We have meetings. A few years ago, we created a social media content calendar template to help, which we recently updated to be better, faster, stronger, and just generally prettier. This blog post will walk you through exactly how to use the template to stay on top of your social media content planning for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+. Download the free social media content calendar template here to make this walk-through interactive. (Note: HubSpot customers can also schedule content through Social Inbox, or use this spreadsheet to organize their content and subsequently upload it to Social Inbox.
How to Use Your Social Media Planning Template Monthly Social Media Planning Calendar There are three sections to take note of when you edit this template for your own purposes. Siobhan O'Flynn's 1001 Tales. NerdGraph. Transmedia Camp 101. PR Daily News: Public Relations news and marketing in the age of social media. Inc. Inspirationfeed - be inspired! Mashable. Digital Inspiration. A Digital Perspective. TNW UK. DISRUPTOMATIC. "Bitonti envisions 3D-printed couture branching off into two enterprises: the mass-production model, where any consumer can become a maker at a low cost, and the luxury model, where high-end garments are created using 3D printing processes, in addition to luxury materials.
He predicts code will compete alongside couture for the fashion industry’s profits, just as an album is now sold on iTunes instead of as a physical object.” (via The Future of Fashion Is Code, Not Couture, Says Designer) Anne-Marie Roussel. MariSmith.com. MIPBlog. April 4, 2012 Social TV, direct-to-consumer, data, participatory formats and transmedia were key themes at the market's final session today By Gary Smith Left to right: Simon Staffans, MediaCity Finland; Marc Goodchild, IpDipSkyBlue.tv; Richard Kastelein, Agora Media/Appmarket.tv; Omri Marcus, Red Arrow Entertainment; and James Martin, Reed MIDEM At today’s MIPTV Wrap Up session, the panelists were asked to bring a slide that summed up the market.
Format developer Omri Marcus of Red Arrow Entertainment chose an image of ITV-distributed format The Audience because, he said, is sums up the growing social aspects of modern TV content: “It has a social element where 50 people help you with your daily problems,” he said. As Marc Goodchild, managing director & chief creative at IpDipSkyBlue.tv pointed out, when it comes to selling content directly to fans, Angry Birds maker Rovio already has its audience in place and can reach them via push notifications. Co.Create: C21Media. Multi Platform TV Daily. The TV networks officially announced their new programming slates for 2012-2013 at Upfronts in New York City this week.
By the time they rolled their first look footage for advertisers and critics, the new series already had dedicated Twitter accounts set up, ready to interact with the shows' first fans. Social media has become such a huge part of the TV landscape that any network not securing a simple, memorable handle for their new shows is way behind. (Also, any network that lets a show title like "How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)" get approved is obviously not in the business of listening to their social media team. Good luck with that one, ABC!) On an Upfronts call with journalists, ABC entertainment president Paul Lee stressed how important Twitter has become to the business of television, especially with the TV landscape growing.
While metrics on the most popular shows on Twitter aren't measured with an exact science just yet, it's only a matter of time. #transmediascoop.