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The Friday Round-Up (from Corporate Storks to Mobile Video Marketing)

Claude Harrington 12.18.2015

If for some reason your alarm failed to go off on Monday morning, and you accidentally slept through this entire week, then here’s a round-up of some things you might have missed:


Monday: How to Craft the Perfect Call to Action

Tuesday: What is Bidsketch (and Can it Help Your Business)?

Wednesday: What the “Year in Search” Tells Us About Consumer Behavior

Thursday: PICK OF THE WEEK: The Effects of Sleep Deprivation (explanation video)

ICYMI: 4 Tips for When You Start Writing an Explainer Script

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FROM THE VAULT: Video Marketing Helps Clintondale Schools “Flip” Education

“We’re happy to share an article from The New York Times that outlines the strides Clintondale has made in education. Their unique program “flips” classes so that students watch lectures as homework and work on problems or do activities in-class with their teacher. They’ve had some amazing results with video marketing!”


Animation News:

Warner Bros. Unveils Storks Teaser (via Cartoon Brew)

The Awesomes Canceled at Hulu After Three Seasons (via The Hollywood Reporter)

Dad Rage Fuels The Comedy in new Netflix Show  F Is For Family (via NPR)


Jimmy Fallon, The Roots & “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Cast Sing Star Wars Medley

Netflix’s Fuller House Trailer Will Have You Feeling Nostalgic (via CNET)

How Did This Get Made? Steel: An Oral History (via /Film)

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Google’s Quantum Dream Machine (via MIT Technology Review)

The Psychology of Clickbait (via WIRED)

Elon Musk Talks about Solar Energy (via Tech Insider)



Inside the Mattel-Hasbro Corporate Brawl Over Who Gets to Make Disney Princess Dolls (via Jezebel)

Star Wars Opens Amid Hype and Nostalgia (via The New York Times)

Mobile Video Marketing: Adapt or Die (via Wipster)

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