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  • Showcase Your Brand App-titude
    Ever wish you could take your favorite Web strategist with you wherever you roam? Well, sure enough, now you can. App developer MotherApp brings you the Web Strategy iPhone App, which lets users read blog posts, reviews, news and other updates from such names as Jeremiah Owyang (Altimeter Group), Brian Solis ... more
  • Social Media Spurs Haiti Earthquake News, Donations
    In the aftermath of the devastating Jan. 12 earthquake in Haiti, much of what people are learning about the quake is coming from social media––with Twitter posts the leading source of discussion, followed by online video, blogs, and other online boards/forums, according to The Nielsen Company. more
  • CBS Displaces ABC as Top TV Brand
    CBS is the new top "must-keep TV" brand in America , chosen by 49% of viewers, and narrowly beating its rival ABC (48%), which had led the pack as the top brand for two years, according to a survey of US consumers by SRG. FOX is now in the third ... more
  • ESPN to Capture More Cable Ad Spending
    Nearly one-half (45%) of cable TV advertisers plan to increase ad spending on the ESPN Sports Network in the next 12 months, and 40% plan to allocate more spend on the Discovery Channel, according to Beta Research. more
  • Taking Groupthink Up a Notch
    News flash: LinkedIn still boasts one of the largest, tightest-knit collections of professionals in the social-networking space. And now it wants to be even more useful to marketers. Custom Groups is a new feature at the site that lets users build sponsored collectives. Simply establishing a non-branded LinkedIn group is still ... more
  • $2.17B: 20-Year Super Bowl Ad Spend
    Over the past 20 years (1990-2009), the Super Bowl has generated $2.17 billion of network sales from a total of 210 different advertisers and more than 1,400 commercial messages, according to TNS Media Intelligence. more
  • Online Video Viewing Surpasses 30 Billion
    A record high of nearly 31 billion videos were delivered to more than 170 million US Internet users in November 2009, according to comScore. more
  • Stay or Go? You Tell Me.
    As subscriber engagement becomes a critical factor in the deliverability rates of email campaigns, removing inactive recipients from your list is more important than ever. To keep your list as clean as possible, "Mark" of the MailChimp blog recommends a three-message series that asks non-responsive subscribers if they still want ... more
  • Younger Shoppers Use Mobile for Real-Time Info
    Over one-half of surveyed consumers across 11 countries used their mobile phones during the 2009 holiday shopping season for in-store activities such as comparison-shopping and getting peer feedback, product information, and coupons, according to a study from Motorola. more
  • Five Paid-Search Tips to Boost Quality Score (and Drive Higher ROI)
    by Matt Lawson
    By using new campaign-management techniques, smart marketers can gain a sizable and lasting advantage over the competition in the auction for keywords—ensuring their ads show up high in search results without dampening ROI. more
  • Case Study: SEO and Sex: A Recipe for Success
    by Kimberly Smith
    How does an SMB owner run a business day to day, do his/her own marketing and promotion, and make sure the biz keeps going and growing? Just maybe, SEO+Sex=Success! more
  • Traditional Media Still Dominates Original News
    Despite the rising prominence of new media, newspapers and other "traditional media" still generate the bulk of original news that gets to US consumers, according to a study by the Pew Research Center. more
  • Hop Aboard the Search Express
    As Max Starkov writes in an article at Hotel Interactive, the hotel industry is the perfect candidate for managing customer relations via mobile devices. "Using the mobile space to provide intelligent, unobtrusive and highly personalized services convinces customers that this is their service," says Starkov. And one of the hot tools ... more
  • Electronics Sales to Edge up in 2010
    The consumer electronics industry is forecast to reach nearly $166 billion in US shipment revenues this year, with the wireless handset category as the primary revenue driver, according to the semi-annual industry forecast by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). more
  • Internet Marketing Recovery Forecast for 2010
    Display advertising is forecast to grow 13% in 2010 after a dismal performance in 2009 (down approximately 5% in the US), while US search advertising is forecast to grow 13%, up significantly from 2009's roughly flat year, according to research from JP Morgan. more
  • Mobile Browsing Share Grows in Dec.
    Mobile browsing accounted for 1.35% of all Web browsing worldwide in December, up some 20% from 1.12% in November, with Google's Android operating system the largest percentage gainer during the month, according to data from Net Applications' HitsLink Market Share more
  • Top 20 Audio-Streaming Networks in Nov.
    The top Internet audio network in listenership volume in November was Pandora Corporate, but the network with the most stickiness (average time spent listening) among the top 20 was fourth-place Citadel Broadcasting, according to Ando Media. more
  • That's Mine! My Name's on It!
    Let's say you sell trendy furniture for family-friendly prices. What's the best way to push product and spread brand awareness? Well, you could try developing and offering: A showroom. Pros: People see products in context, and they can buy them right then and there! Cons: You don't reach potential buyers who aren't ... more
  • Careful How You Link Up
    "Links allow your readers to select which offer or detail they want to understand better or read more about, without distracting them with information that may not be useful," writes Maria Pergolino in a post at the Marketo blog. Another benefit: They also enable marketers to gauge a reader's interest ... more
  • Social Network Ad Spend Takes Back Seat
    US Spending on paid social network advertising is forecast to reach $1.3 billion in 2010, a 7.1% increase from the estimate of $1.2 billion for 2009––but a decline of 4 percentage points as a share of worldwide spending, according to research from eMarketer. more
  • How Brands Are Becoming the Media (and Why Your Brand Should Probably Do the Same)
    by Gordon Plutsky
    The hottest trend in brand marketing right now is the very thing that has fueled traditional advertising's ongoing evolution: Brands are bypassing traditional media outlets in favor of creating their own private media platforms. That's right, brands are becoming the media. more
  • Ten Ways to Drive Consumer Action With Online Video
    by Bud Rosenthal
    There's no question that online video is fast becoming a favorite of Internet users around the world. But the hit-or-miss nature of viral video, the brand quality considerations of user-generated content, and the general disdain for television commercials online have left marketers wondering, "How do I make video work for ... more
  • Online Ad Spending to Recover in 2010
    Though US online advertising is forecast to decline 4.6% in 2009––the first drop since 2002––the recovering economy, combined with basic structural changes in how marketers and the public use media, will lead to growth in early 2010, according to eMarketer. more
  • Dial M for Mobile Search
    According to research from SEMPO, more than 64 million US wireless subscribers surfed the mobile Internet in May 2009—almost twice as many as in the previous year. That accounts for more than 20% of the total US population, 28% of US wireless subscribers, and more than 40% of desktop Internet ... more
  • I Just Love to See Red
    Finally, a barcode-scanning app that works like a charm. For a mere $1.99 at the App Store, RedLaser, an application developed by Occipital, turns any iPhone into a functional barcode scanner. All you have to do is open the app and snap a still picture of a product's barcode. Once ... more

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