Imaging startup ThingLink has a new feature: Rich Media Tags. The idea is that people can add music, videos, words, pictures and people into the images that they post online, working with services including Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, Spotify, Vimeo, Wikipedia, SoundCloud and Twitter. Music artists are a key focus for the feature – think interactive online flyers – with several Atlantic Records artists already using it to show off their new-release album covers. “It’s an innovative way to introduce the album cover to the public and have it be dynamic, not just a static image. To have video and audio accompany the image really helps connect the marketing. And the social tie-in is a big plus,” says Atlantic’s digital marketing exec Thanh Nguyen. Source: ThingLink Sample version

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