Andrew from Seattle

Dad of 2 beautiful daughters. Founder & Basketball Coach @NorthCityAAU. Content Strategy, SEO, Brand Reputation @POSSIBLE. Sad Seattle Sports fan
unionmetrics:

Twitter: TV Shows That Live-Tweet Enjoy Lift in Follower Growth Rate | Marketing Charts 
You can see the full post from Twitter here.

"Besides increasing the volume of Tweets about a show, live-Tweeting can contribute to building an audience on Twitter." 

We might sound like a broken record, but it’s a point worth repeating: The conversation around your brand- particularly if it’s a show or movie with an existing fandom- is already happening. Respectfully being a part of it improves the experience for both you and your audience. 
And the results speak for themselves. 

unionmetrics:

Twitter: TV Shows That Live-Tweet Enjoy Lift in Follower Growth Rate | Marketing Charts 

You can see the full post from Twitter here.

"Besides increasing the volume of Tweets about a show, live-Tweeting can contribute to building an audience on Twitter." 

We might sound like a broken record, but it’s a point worth repeating: The conversation around your brand- particularly if it’s a show or movie with an existing fandom- is already happening. Respectfully being a part of it improves the experience for both you and your audience. 

And the results speak for themselves. 

(via thecontentbrief)

design-is-fine:

Robert Grossman, illustration Rock Pile, 1968. USA. Source
An amazingly detailed, 34” high pull-out poster insert created in watercolor by Grossman for eye magazine.

design-is-fine:

Robert Grossman, illustration Rock Pile, 1968. USA. Source

An amazingly detailed, 34” high pull-out poster insert created in watercolor by Grossman for eye magazine.

newyorker:

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Patrick House discusses the experiences of those cured of blindness with M.I.T. professor Pawan Sinha:

"Sinha believes these first moments for the newly sighted are blurry, incoherent, and saturated by brightness—like walking into daylight with dilated pupils—and swirls of colors that do not make sense as shapes or faces or any kind of object."

Photograph by Paul Fusco/Magnum

(Source: newyorker.com)