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Award of Distinction (Silver) - The County of Summit Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services Board Issue 20 TV Commercial Award of Distinction (Silver) - Rockport Square Valet Hanger/Interactive CD Service Industry Advertising Award Gold - West Side Bakery ID System Gold - Rockport Square Valet Hanger/Interactive CD Gold - Burton Morgan Foundation Forty Years of Philanthropy book Silver - Rockport Square Web site Bronze - Akron Symphony Symphony 07-08 Season Brochure Harmony Merit - OMNOVA Solutions Foundation Annual Report Impact W3 Award Silver - Boys & Girls Clubs of the Western Reserve Web site   Akron Area ADDY’s ...
world, mainly from the late 1970s through the early 1990s. After previous failed attempts to start a broad feminist anti-pornography group in New York City, WAP was started 1978. WAP quickly drew widespread support for its anti-pornography campaign, and in late 1979 held a March on Times Square that included over 5000 supporters. Their anti-pornography activism around Times Square also brought in unexpected financial support from the Mayor's office, theater owners, and other parties with an interest in the gentrification of Times Square. WAP became known through their anti-pornography informational tours of sex shops and ...
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ReadWriteWeb Events Guide, 24 July 2010
We're always on the lookout for upcoming Web tech events from around world. Know of something taking place that should appear here? Let us know in the comments below or contact us . You can import individual events in the Events Guide into Google Calendar using the link beside each entry, or download the entire thing as an iCal file (which is importable into Google Calendar, Outlook, Windows Live Calendar, etc.) or even view it as a world map . OSCON 2010 If the first years of OSCON were about opening the minds of big business to the philosophy of open source, are the years ahead about opening the minds of the open source ... market research, surveys and trends
The Clayton Tribune > Archives > News > Tribune takes top honor again
For the second straight year, and the fifth time in seven years, The Clayton Tribune was awarded first place in "General Excellence" by the Georgia Press Association in a competition with the state's largest weekly newspapers. The award came during the press association's annual conference, held June 16-Saturday at the Jekyll Island Club Hotel. The Tribune received 20 additional awards, eight of which were first place. "For your peers to say you're the state's top weekly newspaper is a testimony to the hard work of our staff and the support we continue to receive from loyal readers and ... market research, surveys and trends

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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
Manufacturing Weekly for Monday, June 14, 2010 - BizTimes
Employers around the country anticipate more hiring in the third quarter of this year, marking the third consecutive quarter of job growth, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey conducted by Milwaukee-based Manpower Inc.. Manufacturing and related industries are among the industries that anticipate continued job growth, the survey says. Eighteen percent of the more than 18,000 businesses surveyed plan to hire more workers in the third quarter, while eight percent anticipate a decrease – leaving a net employment outlook of +10 percent. Seventy percent of those surveyed expect no change in employment. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Unleash the Role of Packaging
The focus on shopper marketing has been on rise as marketers focus on winning over consumers at the moment of truth, subconsciously engaging consumers with a brand. The last mile is critical as in the consumer buying cycle, while advertising plays a role of awareness, educating, reminding, triggering, enticing, etc. emotionally or rationally; shopper marketing has a single point driving goal and that is 'conversion'. Period! This paper is focused on Packaging; one of the relatively long-term component in the many tools in shopper marketing. The more interesting observation is that it is right at the center of ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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in delivering Northeast Ohio business news to you for the last 30 years. They also apply — especially the “timely” part” — to the new CrainsCleveland.com, which is designed to make it easier for you to find the information you need, when you need it. Here are the main components of our redesigned home page: News headlines: Northeast Ohio business news, updated throughout the day Crain's Data Center: The home of all our data. This section houses our business lists, a white paper library, weekly “Behind the News” podcasts, directories and guides, free archives dating back to 1994 and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Commercials (Motion Picture and Television Reading Room, Library ...
The Library of Congress collections of television commercials are primarily intended for viewing in our reading room by patrons working on research projects. The majority of our television advertising holdings are searchable through the Internet. Finding aids to three of our largest commercial collections, the Karr, Dartmouth College, and Robert Gitt gifts, can be accessed online . Copies of commercials received as copyright deposits can be searched in the Library of Congress Online Catalog. The titles of the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Route of the Exhibition - The High Art of Photographic ...
When the 1934 NAAI and Photographic Illustrators, Inc. exhibition opened in the mezzanine gallery at 30 Rockefeller Center and visitors gazed upon advertisements for Lucky Strike cigarettes or fashion spreads for Harper’s Bazaar , the images they saw were presented in the context of fine art. They were works, The New York Times explained, “of a high standard of artistic merit, judged by professional photographic standards, as well as a respectable level of proved commercial value.” 23 The exhibition represented one of many shows of its kind sponsored by camera clubs, salons, and art organizations in the 1920s and ’30s. Eager to ...
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Try the company's website. Sometimes companies post their TV commercials on their websites. Mastercard is one of them. They have a whole website - Priceless.com. Try googling "(company name) TV commercial". posted April 8, 2009 Sales and Marketing Leader | Social Media + Search Marketing Strategist | Speaker see all my answers Commercials are often posted on YouTube. Try searching there. posted April 8, 2009 Not only are many of the commercials available on youtube, but you can easily save them for yourself by getting a bit of freeware called GetTube. It is available for Mac. I'm sure there is something available for ...
what's better yellow pages or online advertising
I think it really depends on your area and your business.  If I was looking for an auto repair shop, I'd look in the phone book.  Probably the little local book that we get rather than the big "yellow book".  Although I look online for all sorts of products, I don't tend to look there for local services.  I go to the book and thumb, lol.... Best of luck to you  by newbie2558817 on Jul 02 2007 (37 months ago) However, it looks like you're a seller of such services. I think I'd go with the phone book, at least for now. If I were stuck on a road with no ...