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Exploring Today's Creative Culture of User-Generated Content

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Jan 27, 2015 ... User-generated content (UGC) is a great way for brands to engage consumers and generate original content for SEO. ... Exploring Today's Creative Culture of User-Generated Content ... Even testimonials can be sharable.

User-generated content, free labour and the cultural industries ...

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User-generated content, free labour and the cultural industries ... Critiques of creative labour in the digital era ... It will be of me holding my head in my hands and screaming. Clichés ..... that received significant attention in the early years of the political economy of communication, and which has been revived in recent years.

What are the benefits and risks of user-generated content? - Quora

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Jun 16, 2016 ... You will agree with this that consumer integration and interaction is a great ... How can creative culture of user generated content be revived and why is it important? What are the benefits of user-generated content? What are ...

A Guide to User-Generated Content Marketing | WordStream

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Apr 28, 2014 ... Wondering how user generated content can benefit your biz? ... The creative culture of user generated content is quite impressive - even the ...

How Coca-Cola and Snapchat revived the Christmas card for ...

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Dec 19, 2016 ... Working with Snapchat, we enabled users to create their own personalised, digital Christmas ... That's a cultural shift anyone can get behind.

Xerox's Brother Dominic revival resonates with viewers who never ...

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5 days ago ... Xerox's Brother Dominic revival resonates with viewers who never saw the original ... Not content to wait for the big game, one global brand has already unveiled ... It was awesome that you showed different cultures and how Xerox brings ... User generated content can do much more than augment a brand's ...

Remixing: A New Rise to Fame | Digital Media & Cyberculture

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Apr 10, 2014 ... Music is one of the creative outlets that have been changed drastically by the Internet. ... The Internet fosters a remix culture from which people are ... for the revival of this romanticized read-write culture, celebrating amateurs and ... User- generated content is celebrated and praised on the site where many .....

Interrogating “Free” Fan Labor | Spreadable Media

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After all, movie studios, game makers, and record labels do not have to turn a blind ... The Internet economy depends on free labor, as numerous cultural theorists and ... of the concept of “Web 2.0” is a dramatic rise in “user-generated content. ... fans donating their time and creativity to make TWoP entertaining (for others as ...

Participate: Designing with User-Generated Content – HELEN ...

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My new book, Participate: Designing with User-Generated Content, is now ... As non-designers busily create, designers too must get creative. Prime players in contemporary culture, designers understand that major ... In my own classroom, I find the discussion turning increasingly to ways that students can encourage user  ...

Lawrence Lessig: Laws that choke creativity | TED Talk Subtitles and ...

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0:11 (Applause) I want to talk to you a little bit about user-generated content. ... And in its place, we'd have the opposite of read-write culture, what we could call ... doing is its opportunity to revive the read-write culture that Sousa romanticized.