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KLM social media strategy - Part 1 Part 1 : Early Efforts and the Ash Cloud KLM has been active in social media since late 2009. Ever since, people have been asking us about our social media strategy. KinectShop: The Next Generation Of Shopping [Exclusive Video] Virtual reality shopping just got a lot more real--and could soon become a lot more mainstream. "KinectShop" (working title), an augmented reality shopping platform for the Xbox Kinect, exploits the system's new finger-recognition technology to allow shoppers to grab items from an unlimited shelf of clothes, see how accessories look at multiple angles, and share the photos with friends on Twitter and Facebook for a quick thumbs-up or down. "The customer can visually see what an object looks like on them without even entering a retail store," Steve Dawson, Technology Director for the Emerging Experiences group at Razorfish tells Fast Company.

L’Oréal Paris Launches Makeup Vending Machines in NYC Subway Doing your makeup on the subway is a time-honored, daily ritual for many women, and L'Oréal Paris will soon make the process a little bit easier for New York City commuters. From Monday through the end of December, those passing through the 42nd Street/Bryant Park subway station will come across L'Oréal's "Intelligent Color Experience," an interactive vending machine system featuring a full-length mirror and a high-tech vending machine full of beauty products. Step in front of the mirror, and digital animations featuring potential makeup combinations will pop up next to your image and offer products -- which you can buy on the spot -- that either "Match" or "Clash" with whatever you're wearing.

innovation strategy Starting an Innovation Program? A Strategic Approach to Create Success February 4, 2015 | By: Anthony Ferrier | In: Strategies Many innovation leaders tend to be tactically driven, but their corporate leadership is looking for more strategic planning and analysis. This tension often contributes to high turnover in innovation management roles, based on a misalignment around leadership’s expectations. In this article Anthony Ferrier suggests perspectives and actions that should be considered part of your innovation strategy plan. Five Ways to Make Your Innovation Culture Smell Better December 17, 2014 | By: Braden Kelley | In: Organization & Culture When it comes to fostering continuous innovation, most organizational cultures stink at it.

Inbound Marketing with Owned, Earned and Paid Media [Infographic] Apply your inbound marketing with owned, earned and paid media model presented in this infographic by Smartinsights and see how it works. Owned Media: This is what you’ve got, from your website, blog and social networks that you control such as Facebook Page, Twitter account, Pinterest, Google+ and more. Paid Media: The positive publicity you can get from paid advertising. Earned Media: The positive publicity you’ve earned from your promotional efforts other than advertising, it can be from search engine, other blogs of industry influencers, portals or via social networks of your fan. In reality, earned media works pretty good to increase your exposure. Keep updated with latest cool infographics in B2B marketing and technology services/products by subscribing to our RSS feed:

The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet Two decades after its birth, the World Wide Web is in decline, as simpler, sleeker services — think apps — are less about the searching and more about the getting. Chris Anderson explains how this new paradigm reflects the inevitable course of capitalism. And Michael Wolff explains why the new breed of media titan is forsaking the Web for more promising (and profitable) pastures. Who’s to Blame: Us As much as we love the open, unfettered Web, we’re abandoning it for simpler, sleeker services that just work. by Chris Anderson L'Oréal Paris Heads Underground in NYC with Intelligent Vending Machine retail watch Posted by Sheila Shayon on October 31, 2013 11:22 AM L'Oréal Paris has found an unlikely partner in the pursuit of beauty—the Metropolitan Transit Authority. The pair have teamed up to host L'Oréal Paris' Intelligent Color Experience vending machines inside a New York City subway station that allows any straphanger to stock up on beauty items on-the-go.

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