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Category Archives: Blog


Mar

16

2016
Should your company have a unique or multiple Facebook accounts?

Should your company have a unique or multiple Facebook accounts?

When it comes to Facebook and Social Media in general, each company should build a strong marketing strategy in order to achieve their ROI expectations, while fitting their audience’s demand. Here are 5 things brands should consider in order to create an efficient Social Media Strategy. Audience Would your company audience – i.e. clients and prospects – get upset facing multilingual content on a unique…

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Mar

07

2016
The Content News Café #20

The Content News Café #20

Follow the international Content Marketing news through our weekly press review  We read those articles in the English-speaking press this week: Instagram starts blocking ‘add me’ deeplinking for Snapchat, Telegram (Source: Techcrunch.com) Instragam recently decided to shut down « add me » links for Snapchat and Telegram. A spokesman told Techcrunch that if Instagram had decided to remove those two links, all other links will still be clickable,…

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Déc

14

2015
The Content News Café #16

The Content News Café #16

Follow the international Content Marketing news through our weekly press review  This week, we selected those articles in the English-speaking press: 2015 Year in Review (source: Newsroom.fb.com) Facebook has just revealed the ranking of the most commented topics on its platform in 2015, and added a beautiful video to recap the major events that have occurred over the past year. 2015 Year on Twitter (source: 2015.twitter.com)…

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Déc

10

2015
The Tea Time Translation News #11

The Tea Time Translation News #11

Every week, we go all over the Internet to find the best translation news  Cette semaine, nous vous avons sélectionné ces articles sur les internets francophones: Google Traduction. Le maire de Las Cruces utilise l’application pour un discours en Hébreu ? (source : 1001web.fr) Après les forces de police et les pompiers américains, le maire de la ville de Las Cruces, au Nouveau-Mexique, a utilisé le traducteur…

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Déc

03

2015
The Tea Time Translation News #10

The Tea Time Translation News #10

Every week, we go all over the Internet to find the best translation news  We selected the following articles among the English-speaking press this week: This Girl’s Christmas List Spans 16 Different Languages — Step Up Your Game, Kids (source: Mtv.com) Warning: cute story. A little girl desperately wants to have a cat for Christams after losing both of hers. In order for Santa to make…

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Nov

30

2015
The Content News Café #14

The Content News Café #14

Follow the international Content Marketing news through our weekly press review  We selected the following articles for our English-speaking audience this week: Dramatically Improve your Blog Quality (source: Pegfitzpatrick.com) Peg Fitzpatrick is a Social Media expert. As a blogger, she explains the importance of working in collaboration with other bloggers and sharing ideas instead of keeping them for herself. LinkedIn Group Changes: What Marketers Need to…

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Nov

23

2015
The Content News Café #13

The Content News Café #13

Follow the international Content Marketing news through our weekly press review  Here are some articles we selected in the English-speaking press: Most Social Media Management Tools Still Lack “Emergency Stop” Button For Times Of Tragedy (source: Marketingland.com) Following the Paris attacks, many brands wanted to pause their posting and advertising campaigns hosted on their Social Media Management Platforms.  However, they had to face the fact that…

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Nov

18

2015
The Tea Time Translation News #8

The Tea Time Translation News #8

Voici les articles que nous avons sélectionné pour nos lecteurs francophones: La chaîne franco-allemande Arte lance des programmes en anglais et espagnol (source : Information.tv5monde.com) Arte propose désormais quelques programmes sous-titrés en anglais et en espagnol et souhaite ainsi « devenir une véritable télévision européenne », selon les mots de Véronique Cayla, présidente d’Arte. La chaîne franco-allemande songe également à faire de même avec le polonais et l’italien. Traduire…

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Nov

09

2015
The Content News Café #11

The Content News Café #11

 Beaucoup d’informations cette semaine sur les internets francophones : En remplaçant le favori par un cœur, Twitter commet une nouvelle erreur (source : Nextinpact.com) Expliquant que « les étoiles pouvaient prêter à confusion, en particulier pour les nouveaux utilisateurs », Twitter a changé l’icône de ses favoris par des petits cœurs roses. Le hashtag #FavGate a, dans la foulée, été repris par des milliers de Tweetos à travers…

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Nov

02

2015
The Content News Café #10

The Content News Café #10

Follow the international Content Marketing news through our weekly press review  Here are the 3 top stories we found in the Enligh-speaking press this week: Google+ Is Dying. What’s Your Exit Strategy? (source: Inc.com) Google has discreetly put an end to mandatory Google+ integration with their other services in September. This is another step to the grave for Google+, after a series of changes which started…

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