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Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
Spark social media presentation 041113
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  • Socialcam is a mobile social videoapplication for iPhone and Android, that was launched March 7, 2011. It allows users to capture and share videos online and on mobile, as well as via Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks. By July 2012, the application passed 16 million downloads and was acquired by Autodesk for $60 million.[1]Socialcam was founded by Michael Seibel, Ammon Bartram, and Guillaume Luccisano and is located in San Francisco, CA.[2]Pinterest is a pinboard-style photo-sharing website that allows users to create and manage theme-based image collections such as events, interests, and hobbies. Users can browse other pinboards for images, 're-pin' images to their own pinboards, or 'like' photos. The site was founded by Ben Silbermann, Paul Sciarra and Evan Sharp, the site is managed by Cold Brew Labs and funded by a small group of entrepreneurs and inventors.[1]Spotify is a commercial music streaming service Launched in October 2008 by Swedish startupSpotify AB, the service reached 20 million by December 2012, The Open Graph allows apps to tell stories on Facebook through a structured, strongly typed API (application Programming interface).Stories allow people to share the things they are doing, the people they are doing them with and the places where it all happened. Open Graph lets developers integrate their applications deeply into the Facebook experience which increases engagement, distribution and growth.
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    • 1. Social Media Discussion Presented for SPARK by The Summers Group, LLC

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