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[Infographie] Anatomie des nouvelles startups

[Infographie] Anatomie des nouvelles startups

The Most Powerful Colors in the World by COLOURlovers When we released our report on the colors of the social web, based on data analyzed by our Twitter theme tool, we were surprised that blue was such a dominant color in people's profile designs. Was Twitter's default color influencing their design decisions? Or is blue really THE most popular and dominant color online? ...We decided to look at the colors in the brands from the top 100 sites in the world to see if we could paint a more colorful picture. [click to view in full size] Turns out the blue-berry doesn't fall far from the bush. While the initial reasoning for the colors chosen may be trivial, the impact that these dominant players now have in the web world will surely influence the smaller startups that want to share in the positive color associations created by their bigger siblings... Would A Corporation By Any Other Color, Still Profit As Well? Color is an important part of any brand, but along with the actual name of a company... The Colors of 1 Million Brand Icons Uh-oh! Team

Elements Of a Social Media Calendar — Online Collaboration In a previous post where I discussed the concept of a social media calendar to manage your social media outreach and messaging, Bob Hazlett commented and offered up his calendar to use as an example. I’ve downloaded it and thought it might be useful to show discuss his calendar and my own company’s version as examples and look at the elements that make up these calendars and how best to use them. Here’s a screenshot of Hazlett’s calendar: Hazlett’s calendar is pretty straightforward and gives a solid starting point for planning out your social media messaging. He breaks it down by months, weeks and days and then has the following additional fields: FocusThemeKeywordsEvents I think this is a good place to start and gives a good overview. Here’s a screenshot of the social media calendar my company developed and is using: The elements are as follows: Date. Here’s what a portion of this calendar might look like filled out: An effective social media calendar should include:

What the !@#$ is marketing automation? VentureBeat inadvertently stirred up a storm of controversy when we published a guest post about marketing automation. The guest post, by Justin Gray of LeadMD, looked innocuous enough at first. To our editors, it at first seemed like a straightforward list of the pros and cons of several different marketing automation solutions: Eloqua, Genius, Marketo, Pardot and Silverpop. Unfortunately, when we published the post we neglected to mention one important fact: Gray’s company, LeadMD, is a reseller of one of those services, Marketo. We should have disclosed that. The controversy pointed out one important thing, however: We need to know more about marketing automation. So we invited Joe Chernov, vice president of content marketing at Eloqua, to join us in a Q&A. We’re also looking forward to continuing to report on marketing automation more carefully in the future, and we’d be especially interested to interview real users of the technology to get past the marketing claims. Chernov: Ha.

Colors that Sell Color is a powerful psychological trigger. It creates strong emotions which can sometimes mean the difference between loosing or making that sale, so we need to know at least the basics of color. We can start by looking at the associations people make with certain colors. Reds: Positive associations: Love, warmth, excitement, passion, food Negative association: Danger, anger. Blues: Positive associations: Power, professionalism, trustworthiness, calmness Negative associations: Boredom, sadness Greens: Positive associations: Nature, life, money Negative associations: Decay, toxicity, illness Oranges: Positive associations: Affordability, creativity, fun, youth Negative association: Lack of quality, cheap Purples: Positive associations: Royalty, luxurious, fantasy, dreams Negative associations: Nightmare, craziness Naturally you don't have to use one colour only to get a certain message across, you will most likely want to use a combination of colors or a color scheme. Picking your color scheme:

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Excellent Ads ... - - StumbleUpon Created: 05/13/2010 Visits: 1522868 Online: 1 30 Bizarre and Creative Packaging Design Examples Inspiration November 1, 2010 One of the things that identifies the image of a product is its packaging. Few elements like striking graphics, attractive colors, and unusual shapes are carefully thought of to come up with packaging design that catches the attention of the consumers. A packaging design is a critical component in marketing because it is the packaging that makes it stand from the rest when consumers choose a product from the shelf. We usually see the packaging first instead of an innovative product. This post presents the clever and innovative ideas of some of the company manufacturers around the world. Evian 2005 Limited Edition Bottle View Source Experimental Milk Carton View Source Tequila Gun Packaging View Source Salt & Pepper Cell View Source Lightbulb Box View Source Kleenex Packaging View Source 360 Paper Bottle View Source Wine in a Can View Source Doritos Packaging Concept View Source Hanger Tea View Source El Mil del Poaig Packaging View Source Wine Packaging View Source View Source Jásztej