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(Attention Profiling Markup Language), an open standard for how people’s attention profiles are described. Having this as a standard will, among other things, enable applications to refine how they provide information to users based on their interests, and allow people to publish their profiles so that they are better served by suppliers and information providers. Bloglines, the top or second placed feed reader , has just announced that it is looking at supporting APML in future releases, while Chris Saad, a founder of APML, says that they expect a number of other similar announcements from major players over coming months. ...
an audience (viewers, readers or listeners) to purchase or take some action upon products, ideals, or services. It includes the name of a product or service and how that product or service could benefit the consumer, to persuade a target market to purchase or to consume that particular brand . These brands are usually paid for or identified through sponsors and viewed via various media. Advertising can also serve to communicate an idea to a mass amount of people in an attempt to convince them to take a certain action, such as encouraging 'environmentally friendly' behaviors, and even unhealthy behaviors through food ...
Targeted PPC Advertising | Webblog Market
When most people think of PPC, what comes to mind is usually basic information that is not particularly interesting and useful. But there are many more PPC than just the basics. Continue reading can find valuable tips to increase the effectiveness of your campaign. Use Overture or GoogleIt will help you understand the meaning of one of the most powerful tools you need to grow your business. This will help you get an approximate list of keywords you can generate and use for your niche. Go to the search engines themselves and the keywords “” You have decided to use for your campaign. Learn what types of sites that are ... market research, surveys and trends
Touching Photographs of Animal-Human Bonds: Ashes and Snow - Chill ...
35mm films, art installations and a novel in letters. With profound patience and an enduring commitment to the expressive and artistic nature of animal s, he has captured extraordinary interactions between humans and animals . So impressive that it captures attention of large audience, who have seen this as a special project of artistic photographs and films that show animals in a magnificent way, the way you have not been able to see them before. The photographic artworks of Gregory Colbert explore the poetic sensibilities of animals in their natural habitat as they interact with human beings. No longer shown as merely ... market research, surveys and trends


Media Trends Archives - Advertising and Marketing Blog - AdPulp
The average circulation of the nation's newspapers fell in the six months ended in September, as new federal restrictions on telemarketing and a more conservative approach by some publications to counting paid readership put further pressure on an already struggling industry. The losses were widespread, with two-thirds of papers reporting flat or declining circulation, including The Washington Post and The Daily News , according to an analysis by the Newspaper Association of America of figures released yesterday by the Audit Bureau of Circulations. The average daily circulation for the nation's 841 daily newspapers ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Subliminal Advertising - Wilson Bryan Key, Vance Packard, Hidden ...
In the annals of advertising few strategies are more notorious than subliminal persuasion. If you asked your average Joe to name the advertising practices he objected to, somewhere after spam and before tampon commercials he'd probably mention subliminals. The public uproar over subliminals took place over two key periods. The first, in the late 1950s, focused on James Vicary's claims that he had inserted split-second, invisible ad messages into movies. In the 1970s, Wilson Bryan Key rekindled the frenzy with his book Subliminal Seduction , which ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
First Edition Cycling News, Saturday, July 10, 2010
Tempers flared along with the heat on Friday at the Tour de France. Spaniard Carlos Barredo (Quick Step) and the Portuguese rider Rui Costa (Caisse d'Epargne) came to blows after the end of stage six from Montargis to Gueugnon. In videos of the incident on and , Barredo brandished a front wheel as he charged toward Costa and attempted to club him repeatedly over the head with it. The conflagration soon disintegrated into a fist fight as both riders lobbed blows at the each other. Nearby journalists and team staff intervened to separate the brawling riders. According to L'Equipe , Barredo was upset ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Which Comes First, Inactivity or Childhood Obesity?
campaign — that growing inactivity among children is one of the contributing factors to the obesity epidemic, investigators conducting the EarlyBird Diabetes Study suggest that decreased physical activity may actually be a symptom of obesity. Researchers from the Peninsula Medical School in Plymouth, U.K., followed more than 200 urban school children for 11 years, routinely monitoring body fat and physical activity. And, according to the BBC, they found that: "They found no indication that doing more physical activity had any effect on weight, but they did find that children who put on weight did relatively less exercise." market trends, news research and surveys resources


Studies on Attention: An Annotated Bibliography of Theories and ...
Unprimed Lexical Decisions: Gender and Context Effects.” Archives .... ways in which attention can be enhanced or depleted by advertising and marketing ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Loaded Words: Propaganda
The reader is told what the product is, what it does, how much it costs, where you can buy it. Many newspaper ads are of this type. They do not try to influence the reader, they only give information. (Is this approach the most honest?) 2. Special Offer: The reader or viewer is offered a money-saving coupon, a free prize, or a chance to win a contest. Cosmetic companies offer free gifts with a minimum purchase. This technique is also called red herring. Many states have restrictions on these offers, and the federal government has ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
UT Feature Story -- Dopey Ads?: National anti-drug ad campaign ...
You’ve seen the commercial: A man points to a skillet on a stove and says, “This is drugs.” He cracks an egg and dumps the yolk into the hot skillet. As the egg begins to fry and sizzle, he concludes, “This is your brain on drugs. Any questions?” This is one of dozens of bold and edgy anti-drug television ads that began airing in 1987 to curb rising drug use among teens. According to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, illicit drug abuse costs the nation about $414 billion annually and takes ...
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How do we get the attention of ad agencies? | Ask MetaFilter
Assume, for the moment, that you sell advertising for a number of online publishers. How would you go about approaching advertising agencies with the goal of selling to (relatively) large clients? What would actually get noticed and not ignored along with all the rest of the crap they see all day long? I used to be a media buyer at an agency. Which is to say, I'm the person who you would be selling to in this situation. How to rise above the crap: a) Ask what the agency wants, and then sell your publishers on that basis. Find out what product categories the agency handles, and who their major clients are. Offer to make ...
Do people like pay attention on Ads on Internet? | LinkedIn ...
Advertising (3), Public Relations (2), Government Policy (1), Government Services (1), Staffing and Recruiting (1), Public Health and Safety (1), Business Development (1), Graphic Design (1), Planning (1), Manufacturing (1), Project Management (1), Branding (1), Career Management (1), Software Development (1) This was selected as Best Answer Thought for the moment. The Internet provides 'singular human control' to find, id, locate, read whatever seeking. Mind you - 'control'. Obstructive advertising that blocks the mental mindset of having control -- ads that pop in mid-sight - mid -paragraph, or ads that ...