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In any industry, there exists a vocabulary of words that become second-nature. Some of these words can be used seamlessly across industries, but most of the time this is not the case.
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Our Chairman, Peter Murane blogs this week on his experience with green product innovation:
 
What people say they will buy does not necessarily match their actual purchase behavior. I first noticed this in the 1990s when I was working for the Clorox Company.

Read my blog post this week: "The Paradox of Purchase"
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How big is Big Data?

"The world creates 5 exabytes of data every two days. That is roughly the same amount created between the dawn of civilization and 2003.” 

That big enough for you? Learn more about Big Data in our latest blog post! 

http://brandjuice.com/the-changing-landscape-of-marketing-the-big-data-revolution/
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New moms-to-be are inundated with advice (most times unsolicited) on how to raise their children! 

Good news, you can quiet that friendly advice and check out one of these raved-about Parenting Apps. Read this article from Parent Map: http://www.parentmap.com/article/20-best-iphone-apps-for-new-parents
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Blog post: Peter Murane, Chairman and Founder of BrandJuice, expresses why he feels Oreo's is the "king of marketing pop".

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This time around with #JuiceTalk , we get to pick the brain of Randy Keener -- our new Creative Director extraordinaire! Lots of laughs and insights to share here, folks.

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Full name, age, and where you were born:
Randy Keener, or Randall Todd Keener, the first, if you want to get all fancy. I am a 14 year-old boy trapped in an 87 year-old man’s body. I spent the first half of my life rocking the California central valley.

How'd you get into advertising:
When I was 10 years old I went to my first concert. KISS. I was devastated! I didn’t go to school for nearly two weeks.  All I wanted to do from that moment on was to be a rock star.  On stage, performing, and driving audiences wild.  What does that have to do with advertising? Everything.

What inspires you to stay in this industry:
Winning!!!  I've got tiger’s blood running through my veins! …Wait… no that’s someone else… But seriously, it is the wins! It’s the thrill of landing new opportunities. It’s the adventure of discovering a clients business and the landscape of their audiences and competition. It’s the privilege of working with really, really smart and talented people that you enjoy being around. It’s a playground where you get to dream big, exercise your creativity and solve complex puzzles. It’s the satisfaction of creating something to be very proud of.

What do you like to do when you're not on the clock:
Mostly, I like to go on adventures with my two daughters; an impromptu trip the coast, horseback riding out in the tullies, rollercoaster rides at a theme park, grocery shopping. Stuff like that. I continue to write and record music and have developed a loyal fan base of at least twelve people. Sometimes, I find myself working when I’m not “on the clock”. Not because I have too.

Favorite sports team:
I’m not qualified enough to weigh in on that one.

Biggest pet peeves:
That guy in Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers that is always whispering in the King’s ear
Speed traps. Actually, traps in general
Negative Nellies, Debbie Downers and Drama Mamas

Most Favorite things:
People who are really nice, smart and/or funny
Laughter – and a sense thereof
Music and art – making it and receiving it

Any final words for our followers:
Thank you for following… How great is that!  I hope that we are already working together, or have an opportunity in the near future.
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You don’t have to know much about marketing to know almost any company today can benefit from telling their story through video on the Internet.
You don’t have to know much about marketing to know almost any company can today can benefit from telling their story through video on the Internet. READ MORE →
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YouTube is great, but could Vimeo serve more in your favor? We discuss that in our latest blog post:

http://brandjuice.com/showoff-vs-showcase-is-youtube-or-vimeo-more-suitable-for-you/
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It's Friday! That means it's time to talk, #JuiceTalk style.

This week, we interviewed Joey Zolfaghari who has assisting as a Social Media and Production Intern. 

Q. Who are you and how long have you worked at BrandJuice?
A. My full name is Kiarash Zolfaghari-Azar. Please do not try and pronounce that on your own. It might get messy. Most know me by Joey Zolfaghari. Oh, and the “how long” part. I’ve been on board since January 2013. 

Q. What kind of work have you done thus far?
A. In the beginning I was primarily focusing on social media, growing our audience with the intent of building relationships and driving business. As of late, I’ve been helping out with video production on various accounts. Every minute of it has been a valuable experience. I was told on my first day that this was a job that you’d wear many hats for. I’d say that’s 110% accurate. 

Q. What’s the daily routine of a BrandJuice intern?
A. Staring at ceilings, taking brutal insults from my peers, and wondering what I did to deserve this. 
Kidding! The routine isn’t always the same. It’s an interwoven combination of talking to clients, hitting deadlines, and building a presence on the web. I might be working on a video project one hour and then assisting on something other in another. The days zip by but that’s how it should be!

Q. Biggest misconception of being an intern?
A. Being the coffee cadet. We all hear about it. We all worry that our time spent with the agency will consist of pouring steaming cups of Joe and going home smelling of coffee grinds. That has not been the case for me, fortunately. Though, I admit, I still offer to get coffee from time to time. 

Q. What’s your favorite part of interning for this agency?
A. The people. It’s that simple. The people I work with make me appreciate this industry to new heights. We’re a tight knit group here at BrandJuice. It’s a humbling thought to know that the people I work with, considering their experience and expertise, are willing to hear me out and shed some insight when needed. Plus, everyone has a kick-ass sense of humor, which is a must for me.  

Q. Any advice for future interns? 
A. Give it 110% or make room for the next guy or gal. Cheers. 
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We've been a bit behind with our #JuiceTalk  series, but fret not! A new post will be delivered tomorrow. This weeks theme? Internships. 
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Our latest blog post is up! This time around, we're tackling the rise of video apps and the importance of community for longevity.

http://brandjuice.com/the-deciding-factor-in-the-success-of-video-apps-community/

#Social   #socialmediamarketing   #socialmediastrategy   #viralvideo   #vineapp   #blogpost  
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With decades of experience in brand building and home offices in Denver, Colorado, BrandJuice is a collective of Brand Experts from diverse backgrounds. What we have in common is a focused love and facility for innovation and business growth.