This week in social media was image-hot and real-time ready. Get the skinny on which brands best made use of their Oscar time on social, Google Glass's user-generated content extravaganza, Vimeo's Looks for video, and stats on brands using Instagram and Pinterest. You'll also learn why images are so important in social marketing, what GIFs have to do with winning a crowd, and where to download Adobe's Photoshop Touch for iPhone.
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The Oscars happened. You've probably read all the reviews and angry, Academy-addressed letters about Seth MacFarlane's iffy humour, so let's look at how brands fared.
Edelman's David Armano created a brand-dedicated hashtag, #OscarsRTM ("Oscars real-time media"), for the show. Social Media Drive Thru broke down how each brand used its (real) time, and PR Daily took snapshots of notables, coupled with takeaways for future real-time-reacting brands. Yogurt brand Chobani won the day for us:
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