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December 20, 2011

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Andras Baneth

Great post - did you know that My hovercraft is full of eels is a phrase from a famous Monty Python scene called Hungarian phrasebook? Really funny (though it is in fact not Hungarian what they say, but who cares :-) see here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6D1YI-41ao - cheers, Andras

Phil Polson

Fantastic information thanks for sharing. Content is where people read about what interests them.

Tcmarketeer

This is a really important concept, especially when you consider that diversifying your types of content isn't limited to having text and video. If you can execute this multi-level approach, your brand and customer experience will be remembered much more strongly. Great post!

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