Weekly Round-Up: World Cup, Creepy Facebook Stuff, and More World Cup
Hello and welcome back to the Round-Up!
Well, the USA made it through to the knockout rounds last week and I think it’s safe to say most of America is looking forward to the game tomorrow against Belgium.
To give you an idea of America’s interest in the tournament, this is a heat map of twitter activity during the US v Ghana game a couple weeks ago.
All together now: I believe that we will win! (That chant will never get old.)
Moving right along, let’s get to the business end of this Round-Up shall we?
In Content Marketing News: It’s a Round-Up within a Round-Up! The guys at the Content Marketing Institute are talking about three things this week- influence, innovation and imitation.
In Social Media News: Videos. How good are you at using the power of videos to your marketing advantage? Read this before you answer.
In More Social Media News: Facebook probably invaded your privacy and did some creepy stuff in your account. But don’t worry, it’s because Facebook cares about you, says Facebook.
In Stand Up and Step Away From the Computer News: It’s no secret that sitting all day is bad for you (or, as more sensational headlines claim, it’s killing you.) If you need an excuse to get up and go enjoy summer, take a look at this graphic.
In Case You Were Too Busy Watching the World Cup…
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Wishing you all a very safe and happy July 4th weekend! See you next week!
Charlotte Garden is charge of all the blog content at WriterAccess. A voracious consumer of all things trending, note-worthy and ridiculous, when she’s not working on the internet, you’ll find her playing around on the internet.