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  • by Eric Frenchman
    Has a very interesting article called Political Ad Spending Could Hit $1.6 Billion This and I keep wondering who forgot to hand me out a slice of the ad budget The article includes a streaming video of Evan Tracey from TNS Media Intelligence talking about the forecasted media spend for ... more
  • by Harry Joiner
    In an unusual move to subsidize its online business, Home Depot has begun to offer prime product placement on its homepage.  #0000ff;" Click here for a According to Nielsen NetRatings, Home Depot's online store is visited by 4 million shoppers each week, nearly of whom own their own homes.  And ... more
  • by Ted Mininni
    The has successfully extended its popular brand into a way of life with TV, sports radio and satellite radio coverage, a super-interactive Web site, its own cable network and plenty of licensed In the 1970s, fans could watch Sunday afternoon pro football games on the CBS and NBC networks, and ... more
  • by Ted Mininni
    In marketing circles, we focus on brand-building by effectively reaching customers, and getting their The business intelligentsia has been preaching about the need to connect with customers on both intellectual and emotional levels. Most of us would readily agree with that. But as marketers, we ought to ask ourselves which ... more
  • by Gerry McGovern
    The Web has encouraged a belief that things can be free, or at least very cheap. It seems everyone is looking for a deal on the When the recently-leaked 20 million America Online search queries were analyzed, it was found that a great deal of people wanted free sex, free ... more
  • by Tom Ehrenfeld
    So after all the hype Snakes on a enjoyed a tepid opening weekend. Number one in the box office, mind you, but far less than ...leading the president of theatrical distribution for New Line Cinema to comment on the "Now we just have to sit back and figure out how ... more
  • by Mack Collier
    MySpace is so June. Today's hot social media site is YouTube, and that means mainstream media's new favorite buzz-phrase is 'viral It seems like the marketing Holy a message that can spread literally the world in a matter of hours if not minutes, and for little or no cost. Now ... more
  • by Shelley Ryan
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  • by Gerry McGovern
    It has rarely made sense for a business to advertise its weaknesses. Until the Web, that There is a book on called Introducing Operations . It has received a one-star average from readers.One review "I am a senior in college and I have used and read many, many textbooks but ... more
  • by Mack Collier
    In the past few months, I've seen a pair of perfect examples of what can happen when marketers take the time to and empower their One example came from a maker of scissors that empowered their community, and an unsigned band on MySpace that joined theirs. What intrigued me about ... more
  • by Eric Ward
    Social Linking (some call it "social annotation") is when one person tells another person about a Web site, not by email or IM, but rather by using a third party service like or Millions of people have accounts at services like these, and they are growing faster than you can ... more
  • by Mario Sundar
    If some of you are wondering who Doc is, I suggest you take a ride in the Cluetrain -- one of the seminal works of our times that serves as an operations manual for businesses operating in this newly connected Doc Searls is one of the four authors of the ... more
  • by Eric Frenchman
    So I've been reading Mark Cuban's blog for a while and I usually find his non-basketball posts interesting, especially the one he posted the other day called The Movie Business The post starts off with this "This is an open challenge. You come up with a solution, you get a ... more
  • by Mack Collier
    Recently Universal Studios did something incredibly smart. One of their representatives contacted Chris Thilk. Chris runs the blog Movie Marketing , which, as the name suggests, covers all things movie Periodically, Chris will publish a 'Movie Marketing Madness' post for a particular upcoming movie, where Chris will meticulously detail every ... more
  • by Joseph Jaffe
    Both CBS and MTV have (and will come out, respectively) with their own versions of . And they certainly won't be the NBC has taken a rather erratic or even schitzophrenic approach, clearly demonstrating its indecisiveness or perhaps lack of (self-)confidence in the But this post isn't really about criticizing ... more
  • by BL Ochman
    There's a lot of going on about whether bloggers should cut some now that they've finally started a (lame) . Frankly, Like , whose social media debut, Ford Bold , is pretty flaccid, Dell is wimping out on really joining the conversation. They both needed to hit the ground Here ... more
  • by Karl Long
    The most dangerous thing about social media for "big business" is that its influence is barely noticeable on traditional measurement Market share, mind share, recognition, recall... all measure the mass Would any big company recognize of their market-share disappearing? Should they really give a fuck about that paltry number, is ... more
  • by Karl Long
    Iain at Morrison just picked up on a previous post of mine that was, tongue in cheek, titled "YouTube Bigger Than What Iain comments is how Revver has a long way to go before it becomes as successful as youtube, MTV, etc. In fact, this is what he Their case ... more
  • by Eric Kintz
    I have always been fascinated by the impact of viral networks on social events and marketing word of One of my favorite books is the Tipping Point by Malcom , which studies epidemics and applies the learning to explain such social phenomenon as the crime drop in NYC or Sesame ... more
  • by Jim Kukral
    David Armano 'Is Creativity the New Innovation?' The answer is ...and all you have to do is look around the latest viral media projects that keep popping up to see that, in fact, creativity is innovating online Viral media entrepreneurism stems from projects like the Million Dollar Home , and ... more
  • by Karl Long
    I love this story and hope I'm not the last person in the world to blog about it, I would hate to become totally There's this TV pilot that was filmed last year titled, ironically enough "Nobody's Watching," and it's kind of a show within a show. It's about two ... more
  • by Ann Handley
    It's been 3 months since this blog launched. And the learning curve .... as for any new venture .... has been steep as Which was surprising. For some reason, I was under the ridiculous impression that launching a blog and building its traffic and profile would be little more than ... more
  • by Eric Ward
    Since my last few posts have been mostly about what NOT to do when building links, how about if we take some time for some actual link building tips and advice? more
  • by Karl Long
    Not really, I'm just reading into this statement by the Worldwide Chief Creative Officer of one of the world's largest advertising agencies (Mark Tutssel of Leo YouTube, which publishes video clips and has greater US reach than This was part of a financial times article titled YouTube bigger than MTV' ... more
  • by Ann Handley
    I was talking to my pal " Mike today. In passing he mentioned that a good number of his reader comments come from folks in Europe. "So I can't complain that I'm stuck in Des Moines, Iowa any more. With my blog I'm not stuck anywhere," Mike Contrast Mike's perspective ... more

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