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The Social Media Guide For Art Fairs: How Galleries, Institutions, Collectors, Artists and Visitors Can Use it To Build an Online Reputation. As the art world
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What is the biggest online platform for contemporary art?

Surprisingly, it could be Instagram.  Collectors (and dealers, galleries, curators and artists) use the app to discover, buy and track contemporary art.
#Instagram  #ArtSocialMedia
Collectors use Instagram to buy art. Combined with other platforms, social media sites, blogs, and web sites, Instagram can help drive art sales.
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Why the World’s Most Talked-About New #ArtDealer Is Instagram. Artists: Get Posting! http://www.vogue.com/872448/buying-and-selling-art-on-instagram/?mbid=social_twitter_organic @voguemagazine
The social media platform is not only launching the career of under-the-radar artists, it is providing the world with an entirely new way to access art.
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A Pittsburgh DJ has been taken off the airwaves after he posted some controversial comments on Instagram about Freddie Gray, whose death in police custody has sparked protests in Baltimore.
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Online reputation management brand building is social media–and more. It drives traffic to your site, moves you to the top of Google search results—above your competitors–and prevents your reputation from being ruined. Most importantly, brand building gets you visible, and gets you clients.

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The Internet is the new first impression. People don't ask for references anymore, they search Google. Negative search results damage your life and business in the click of a mouse. Nearly as important, having no reputation drives clients to competitors. You CAN change your search results.
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PPC #Mobilegeddon Is Coming http://po.st/aRfjV2 via @B2Community
Brace Yourselves Millions of webmasters the world over woke up in a panic this morning in anticipation of so-called “Mobilegeddon,” Google’s latest algorithmic update that will prioritize mobil…
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Federal employees would be wise to parse prior to posting and think through their tweeting to avoid running afoul of government ethics policies, under newly released guidance.
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What is the best contemporary art platform?  It could be Instagram.  Here are 9 tips.
These are not one-off, casual or exclusively young collectors just jumping into the market, but are veteran buyers.
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The Social Media app Instagram Feels at Home at New York Art Fair http://vult.re/1G9kDA8?mid=twitter-share-vulture http://img1.nymag.com/imgs/daily/vulture/2015/05/14/seen/frieze/03-frieze.w529.h352.jpg @vulture#SocialMedia @FitzandCo #FriezeNY  #Instagramart
To bait fairgoers in more ways than one, Gagosian stocked a booth full of Richard Prince Instagram replicas.
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This Week in Google on "Is Google+ Dead or Dying?"

Fascinating and lively discussion starts at 40:54 by +Leo Laporte, +Mike Elgan, +Danny Sullivan and +Jeff Jarvis centering around two things: the Forbes "5 Reasons Why Google+ Died" article from last week, and the +Stone Temple Consulting study of half-a-million Google+ profiles to measure public posting activity. 

Forbes article: http://goo.gl/NjKHtw
Response from +David Amerland and me: http://goo.gl/26jLpi
STC Google+ Activity Study: http://goo.gl/iofpdp

The discussion on TWiG goes on for about 15 minutes. Some main tl;dr takeaways:

➤ Google+ isn't dead; but can sure appear to be.
➤ Departure of +Vic Gundotra (one year ago today!) was result of a massive power struggle between him and +Sundar Pichai, which Vic lost, and G+ has been back-burnered ever since.
➤ Google at several points in Google+'s history totally bungled the positioning and marketing of Google+, probably dooming it to second class social network forever.

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WARNING: Bloggers Beware - Image Licenses May Not Cover Social Media

When creating images for your blog posts, you're going to have to be even more careful about which images you choose to use. Even if you pay for an image to use within a blog post graphic, that image may not be licensed for use on social media - and of course we all want our blog posts to be shared to social!

I am specifically referring to fotolia.com, which has a subset of images that are specifically marked as acceptable for social media usage. You can purchase and incorporate those images into a blog post and then it's OK when you and others share that post, and image, so social. But none of the other images that you legally purchased can be used in that way, according to Fotolia's terms of use.

Upon further research, I also noted that if Fotolia terminates their agreement with you, according to the terms of use, you are obligated to destroy all of your purchased images.

I don't want to turn this into a commercial for +Canva, but at least there it's clear that you can take the graphic that you create, and any licensed and purchased images within that graphic, and use it wherever the heck you want.

"Once you’ve published your design, you are free to use that design multiple ways. When you purchase a One Time Use License for the images in your design, the license covers the use of the images in that design and restricts the number of designs the image may be used in, but not the number of ways the design may be used."

I also reviewed the terms of use for istockphoto.com and there's no such stipulation there, but I know there are many other services from which you can purchase images, and I'm sure, like me, many of you assumed that if you paid for an image, you can use it for blog posts that are shared to social.

So be careful out there!

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The serpentine tents of Frieze New York arrived again--now the premiere art fair in all the land--yet there seemed to be less photography th

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One of the best places around town. I had the turkey burger with fries a few times, and it was fine. The crab cakes were surprisingly good, as was the Mediterranean salad with salmon. The back was nice but too warm when we returned the next night. That said, it's fairly average food compared to to NY, Philadelphia or Baltimore. Also, one waiter, Thomas, seemed a surly.
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It's very clean, well organized and a diverse range of soads, such as some local favorites (root beer, for example), and Cliff Bars, a more healthy option.
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I thought the experience was average to underwhelming. I went there on New Years Eve, so that might be different than a normal night, but the fish was quite salty and tasteless.
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