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How is Valerie and Jennings Social Media Marketing Different? Through trend spotting and utilizing a plethora of social media strategies, Jennings is an authority within the social media marketing industry. By staying on-and-ahead of trend, Jennings blends creative content along with quantifiable results to achieve success. At the age of 24 in 2003, Valerie Jennings founded her business from her home in Overland Park, Kansas. Now, she works with an exclusive client list from around the world, developing trade secrets information based on measurable outcomes. Jennings Social Media Marketing is a full service company that utilizes the art of online storytelling with the science of measuring quantifiable results. Jennings provides comprehensive social media marketing strategies from Web design and development to viral videos.
19 Feb 2010
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Who said laying floor is dull? We had fun with this one. :) Watch the flooring fitters lay MultiClic floor boards as the sounds overtake. TURN UP THE VOLUME!! Timberman viral video produced by DSP. Idea and concept: Sune Svanborg. Production: Nicki Jensen. Camera and sound: Christian Juliussen. Editor (post): Brian Hansen.
20 Mar 2010
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Kyle Aevermann, from iePlexus takes a look at some of the top stories in the social media world, including Google Searches being blocked in China, and a viral video causing a huge online debate.
1 Apr 2010
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Did China & Google make up? Not likely, but what move China did this week that made the world think that things were getting better. Then how many American's are using social media? And we have 3 viral videos to share with you. Kyle Aevermann from iePlexus takes a look at all the latest web news!
10 Apr 2010
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Another HQ viral video upload from *******TemperatureAlert**** The kids of P.S. 22 return to sing “I Am Not A Robot” by Marina and the Diamond (Disclaimer: Video not owned by TemperatureAlert****)
18 Apr 2010
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A new viral video upload by *******TemperatureAlert****. This recent viral clip shows a Space balloon from NASA falls on a car and nearly hits onlookers. Disclaimer: Video not owned by TemperatureAlert****
29 Apr 2010
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A review of the latest viral videos... in a SONG! They're all here: Japanese couple married by robot, better marriage blanket, we built Sioux city, doll with a robotic penis, worst wedding DJ ever.
22 Jun 2010
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Video created and produced by Supercool Creative (*******supercoolcreative****) for THQ's Truth or Lies contest.To promote their new video game, Truth or Lies, THQ created a contest where online viewers had a chance to win $1,000 cash, a trip to Hollywood, and a spot in the new Truth or Lies web series! Check back here to find out who won! Supercool Creative is an online viral video creative/production and social media marketing agency in Los Angeles.If you like this video, please check out more from us at *******supercoolcreative****!
14 Sep 2010
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"Fart Hurricanes" webisode created by Supercool Creative (*******supercoolcreative****). In this funny episode of the web series created for THQ's Truth or Lies video game, the gang is teasing Ashley about her supposed flatulence issues. Supercool Creative is an online viral video creative/production and social media marketing agency in Los Angeles. If you like this video, please check out more from us at *******supercoolcreative****!
22 Sep 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY TRACY PFEIFFER You're watching multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. MARRERO: “I could’ve been really, really hurt, and they were making a mockery out of it and put it on YouTube.” (WFMZ) Recognize her? Maybe not, but you probably recognize the video she’s talking about-- "(laughter) 'Then she gets out and all awkwardly walks away.'” (YouTube) The woman’s name is Cathy Cruz Marrero, but the only reason we know that is because she’s now threatening to sue the mall where she fell. With her lawyer close at hand, Marrero went on Good Morning America to air her grievances. POLYAK: “Certainly, we intend to hold all responsible parties accountable, whether that means requesting or demanding an apology, certainly requesting an explanation for why this happened, how it happened, and certainly we want to know the identity of all persons responsible for making the video public." But the media has been less-than-sympathetic to the unintentional viral video star. CNN’s Anderson Cooper threw her on his RidicuList -- not for the fall, but for the lawsuit. "Oh my god, COME ON, lawyer. An explanation for why this happened, how it happened? Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, the lady was texting so she didn’t see the fountain and she fell in. That’s how it happened. Case closed. You’re welcome.” And on Australia’s ninemsn, the anchors are wondering -- why not just let it go? “Cathy, bring it in tight -- if you hadn’t gone on national television and shown your face, we wouldn’t have known who are you are.” “It’s not like you had a pelican biting at your bum or your boss told you to do curling from behind on national television. It’s not like any of us, the things we could’ve sued for.” Amid all the chuckling and disbelief, Fox & Friends managed to squeeze in some serious analysis on the subject. RIVERA: “All I can say is, that if you can recall the lady with the hot McDonald’s coffee spilled in her lap winning a settlement -- people can win settlements that seem on the face to be absurd.” KILMEADE: “I’m looking at the bigger picture here. You know what it is? Everyone on YouTube now has a lawsuit. If they’re embarrassed on YouTube -- if this goes through, everybody can sue." And finally -- as with plenty of YouTube stars -- all the media facetime has dragged up the Fountain Lady’s murky past. Turns out, she’s already in court for a different reason. “According to court documents, Marrero is charged with five felony counts including theft by deception and receiving stolen property. It states in August 2007, Marrero worked in Zales Jewelers at the Fairgrounds Square Mall. She’s accused of taking her co-worker's two credit cards and buying over $5,000 worth of merchandise.” So what do you think? Is the Fountain Lady just trying to wring out some settlement money or should the mall really be in hot water? Get more multisource US video news analysis from Newsy.
25 Jan 2011
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presents jen aniston in her first ever viral video
8 Mar 2011
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16 Mar 2011
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BY ALISON SCHUTZ You're watching multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. Caught on tape...a California mom roots for her teenage son as he fights with another boy in the family’s front yard. Warning: the video from Sacramento's KCRA is explicit. MOTHER: “F*** him up. Hurry up! Stop f***ing bodyslamming, go Rito! F*** him up already.” REPORTER: “Now investigators say this video was taken in Ceres and was posted on YouTube.” According to CBS, 33-year-old Jennifer Zuniga posted the video to YouTube herself. But it soon went from viral video- to police evidence. She was arrested and charged with child endangerment and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. But was she encouraging violence or just supporting self-defense? A Gather writer suggests, “Teaching a child self defense as a last resort is a good thing in these violent times, but encouraging a child to beat down and body slam another is reckless and irresponsible, not to mention just plain cruel.” And a TrueCrimeReport writer agrees...saying, violence is OK sometimes- but definitely not in this case. “Sometimes it's good for a young boy to fight. But it must entail a righteous motive -- like honor, defense of self or another, or simply to let people know that you're no longer to be messed with...But we're pretty sure 33-year-old Jennifer Zuniga adheres to no higher calling. She's just mom trash.” But on a BoxingScene**** forum, one commenter says throwin’ fists is better than pullin’ triggers. “That's how it used to be. You squabbed it out, instead of hidin behind a trigger...As far as I'm concerned (by just reading) she did what every parent oughta do when disputes between young men go beyond words. Let um scratch it out in the front yard; fair and square.” A good Samaritan eventually broke up the fight- but police haven’t been able to identify that person by using the video. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your stream. Transcript by Newsy.
26 Mar 2011
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BY JIM FLINK You're watching multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. It’s just -- baby babble. So why have five MILLION people tuned it? The latest viral video to storm YouTube -- seems to be more than that. Take a look. Video: ABC News So are twins Sam and Ren arguing? Some say -- twins can communicate in ways other babies can’t. It’s called Twintuition. A writer for Michigan’s Monroe News says, after watching this video, she’s a believer. “I showed the twin argument video to my husband, and we promptly got into an argument. I believe that babies DO have a special language and that this video clearly shows the heated thrust and parry of verbal fencing.” On Fox News, Dr. Manny Alvarez says no way. He says, twins share the womb, so they’re more familiar with one another. They are mimicking and communicating -- but they are NOT talking. (Alvarez) “Well No. They are communicating in the sense that they are imitating each other. They are recognizing that they have been around for a long-long time, and they will be for a long-long time. So, it’s more natural for them to start mimicking each other, but insofar as they are communicating... (Anchor) “So they’re not saying, hey look you only have one sock on...” (Alvarez) “Oh, come on -- no.” But a professor tells ABC News, this kind of babble is the precursor -- to real conversation. “Even before they have words, they know how conversation works. They’re producing syllables emphatically and using them for communication purposes. They’re having a ball.” Some can’t resist having a bigger laugh -- through translation. College Humor decided to make a parody on baby babble -- as symptomatic of today’s political discourse. “Here we go. Those people are much better off. I mean, Dad, you’re with me right? Yeah, go crying to dad... I’m not crying! I’m asking his opinion! You’re telling him his opinion! 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for updates in your feed. Get more multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
9 Apr 2011
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*******www.tekbuz****/baseball-fan-tasered-by-police/79770 Pittsburgh police Taser a man and beat him with clubs as dozens of onlookers at PNC Park chant and scream in a video that went viral. If he's into viral video marketing, Im sure this is not what he had in mind!
14 Apr 2011
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The viral video is about Maui CEO and is created by the team of animators in our production company, which offers ebay data-mining services and the various showcased in this viral video are about how one can increase the money in trading more than eBay. The viral video shows a man vacationing on a beach which means that by using Maui CEO one can live life king-size.
6 May 2011
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