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Podsumowanie Tygodnia 21.07 – 27.07.2015

Nagraj dźwięk pod reklamę Golfa R

Nie ma chyba faceta na świecie, który by choć raz w życiu nie próbował imitować dźwięków jakie wydaje silnik np. w samochodzie czy motocyklu ( od razu kojarzy mi się jedno z pierwszych wideo jakie widziałem na YT).

Nazywasz się tak samo jak piłkarz? Uważaj, bo Instagram może skasować Ci konto...

Home " Ludzie " Nazywasz się tak samo jak piłkarz? Uważaj, bo Instagram może skasować Ci konto... 20/07/2015 Życie potrafi sprawić psikusa. Przekonał się o tym mieszkaniec Madrytu, któremu Instagram skasował konto, bo... nazywa się dokładnie tak jak piłkarz FC Barcelony, Andres Iniesta.

KFC wants you to troll your friends with fake vacation pictures on Instagram

The summer is a wonderful time, but there's one problem if you have no plans to go away on vacation - other people's holiday photos. Be it Facebook, Instagram or any other sharing platform, at about this time of year you can hardly scroll through a feed without seeing yet another pair of 'hotdog legs'.

Spotify's New "Discover Weekly" Playlist Knows You So Well It's Creepy

Spotify's got a new feature called "Discover Weekly," an automatically generated playlist of music that's tailored specifically for you. For something made by a computer this playlist is pretty damn good! The new playlists updates every Monday, and it's generated using the music you've been listening to as a foundation.

Burger King is trying to reinvent its image

Fast food chain Burger King has recently turned to creative agency Turner Duckworth Design to help rebrand the company with new eye-catching visuals. Burger King wanted their new food packaging to go beyond just aesthetics, but one that would allow staff to serve food faster.

Brands Are About to Find Out How Powerful GoPro Videos Can Be

Spellbinding scenes captured by adventure seekers and even wildlife made GoPro the hottest video camera around. And now, the company wants to give marketers a sharper view. Hundreds of those videos, like those from the perspective of a dolphin swimming alongside his pod or a dude jumping from a tall building, will soon be at marketers' fingertips via a platform dubbed GoPro Licensing.

Instagram finally brings search to the web

Instagram's bare-bones website has long lagged behind the capabilities of its flagship app, but today it's getting an update that makes it a bit more useful. Nearly three years after it first came to the web, the company said today it's rolling out a search feature on its website.

Twitter is removing backgrounds from user profiles

If you care deeply about the way your Twitter feed looks, you'll disappointed to hear that the social network is now wiping background images and replacing it with a neutral shade of light blue. A Twitter spokesperson told Mashable, which first reported the change: We're removing background images from the home and notifications timelines on web for all users.

JetBlue and Coca-Cola Team Up to Surprise Generous Consumers

JetBlue and Coca-Cola are two brands known for celebrating positivity in their messages. The airline, working in recent years, has "aired" on the side of humanity," while the soda giant around the globe is known as a championof happiness and inclusivity. So what happens when two such advertisers team up?

Uber is delivering free Chelsea FC jerseys to fans all over the world

Uber is partnering with English Premier League powerhouse Chelsea FC to deliver a limited number of Chelsea's new soccer jerseys to fans across the world, Uber announced on their website.

Alex Morgan lands FIFA 16 cover in a first for women's soccer

Fresh off her Women's World Cup victory on July 5, USA star Alex Morgan is set to become the first woman to grace the cover of EA Sports' wildly popular FIFA video game series.

Google+ Photos is shutting down next month in favor of newer Google Photos

Two months after it launched its brand new Google Photos service, Google is closing its predecessor, Google+ Photos. Starting August 1st, the company will begin shutting down the older service, starting first on Android, before removing support for its web and iOS versions soon after.

SimilarWeb Acquires Content Curation Platform Swayy

SimilarWeb, a digital measurement company, announced Monday the acquisition of Israeli-based startup Swayy - a personalized content curation platform. Swayy helps brands discover and share engaging user-generated content via social media. Swayy's employees will join SimilarWeb and the Swayy app will be decommissioned.

Facebook is now bigger than General Electric

There's a new wizard of Menlo Park. If you were wondering what that purplish blur zipping past General Electric's market value was, it was Facebook. The market value of Menlo Park, Calif., based Facebook soared today (July 20). The stock jumped 3.3%, pushing the market value of the company to more than $275 billion.

Tumblr now lets brands identify their logos in blogs

A huge part of social media is devoted to business and marketing, with brands often seeking to connect with their fans in order to drum up business leads. And these firms would find it vastly more efficient if they were able to see who's talking about them.

Top 100 Brands Report: Insight into Brand Content on YouTube

Greg Jarboe | July 20, 2015 | Comments In this Q+A, YouTube-partner Pixability's CTO talks about the popularity of brands on YouTube and the strategies the successful ones are employing. Last month, more than 184 million people in the U.S. visited, according to Quantcast.

Facebook now lets Pages post 'secret' videos, introduces Video Library for managing content

Facebook has been strengthening its video chops recently as it becomes an increasingly notable competitor to YouTube, and today it's providing new tools for Page admins to customize how they distribute video content on the platform. First up, admins can now post 'secret' videos.

Google created a plugin to let you edit and save Drive files directly from Microsoft Office

Google may have its own popular suite of office apps, but that doesn't mean it's not aware Microsoft Office is still important for many users, Today the company is launching an Office plugin that allows you to directly load and edit Google Drive documents from within Microsoft's productivity suite The simply-named Google Drive Plug-in allows Office for Windows users to open any Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents stored in Drive.

Art Director's Portfolio in a Bottle Gets Him Off Desert Island and Into an Agency Job

To stand out in the piles of applications DDB Istanbul received when it was looking for an art director, Canhür Aktuglu sent out an SOS and presented his portfolio as a message in a bottle. They hired him, so obviously they like the Police as much as he does.

Google's Snapseed app update adds refined brush functionality and more language support

Google has been steadily at work improving its Snapseed mobile photo editor, and has just let loose additional enhancements. In addition to some squashed bugs, the app's brush now lets you work with a finer tip size and deeper zoom.

Wikipedia founder launches The People's Operator ad-free social network for social good

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has launched a social network called The People's Operator (TPO) that aims to raise money for charities. The site is a place for people to follow charities, causes and fundraisers from around the world in a similar style to Facebook and Twitter.

Brands Answer More Facebook Questions, Less on Twitter (Report)

Brands on Facebook are both receiving and answering more questions on their pages, but the same is not true for Twitter, according to the second-quarter Socially Devoted report from analytics provider Socialbakers.

Microsoft's new IFTTT recipes archive your photos to OneDrive

Microsoft has announced that it's launched Office 365 channels on IFTTT's app connection service, allowing you to to trigger functions in your favorite products, like automatically backing up your photos to OneDrive cloud storage. There are now IFTTT channels for Microsoft's Mail, OneDrive for Business, Calendar and Contacts.

Marketing to Fans Pays Off

New Socialbakers data shows that Fans click on Facebook ads nearly 3 times as much as non-Fans. Explore your competitors' paid strategy Click here Yes, organic reach has declined. But when posts are promoted to Fans instead of non-Fans, marketers get more out of their money. Far more.