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Future of Social Advertising

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I fired some questions at StumbleUpon's VP of Business Development, John Bryan. We talked about StumbleUpon advertising, the future of social advertising and more. I even tried to get him to spill a few beans about eBay's interest in selling StumbleUpon. Here it goes... Chris Crum: What is the benefit to an advertiser to spend money advertising with StumbleUpon as opposed to simply submitting their site like anyone else? John Bryan: The two key benefits to submitting your page through StumbleUpon advertising are enhanced targeting and insights. When you submit your page with StumbleUpon advertising you can indicate the ...
sharing. It is a brand of Gofresh, Munich Germany. 2008 more than 2½ million mobile phone user worldwide, used the Versions available in English, German, Italian, Spanish and Japanese. . The community offers its users advertising supported mobile content and communication services, like other similar social networking sites .
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Social Advertising – An Interview with MyLikes Founder Bindu Reddy ...
Do you advertise on your social networks? You might not think that you do, but every time you tweet or update your status on Facebook or post a picture to Flickr, you’re advertising – perhaps not with commercial or self-promotional intent, but you are advertising something: an item of news, a humorous post or a moment from your vacation. I don’t believe that Advertising is bad; but there is bad advertising, the kind that pointlessly interrupts and annoys and leads to no action. As the Web expands and evolves from a tangle of static web pages towards social and real time streams, Advertising will need to evolve ... market research, surveys and trends
Future of Social Advertising: Determining the Value Exchange ...
examined future trends in Social Advertising, postulating that going forward brand marketers would increasingly look to implementing social experiences offline around special interest groups which could then be promoted via ‘the social web’ using social media tools like blogs, online video and … Facebook groups. This post examines the value exchange in the largely ‘free’ online environment of social media. As has been illustrated by Real Fresh TV’s recently concluded iPhone giveaway , today’s web savvy consumer is fully aware of the value exchange that occurs when they use a free online service or participate in a ‘free’ event ... market research, surveys and trends

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FUTURE OF SOCIAL ADVERTISING

This Week In Social Games – March 13, 2010
This week’s social gaming news included Namco and Konami entering social gaming with Pacman and Frogger, Raj covering a special report on emotions in social games at GDC 2010, OfferPal releasing a report indicating that 30% of gamers can’t afford virtual currency, MySpace and hi5 announcing a big shift to games, and Digital Chocolate releasing NanoTowns and Sony releasing their classic PoxNora on Facebook.  Read on for more! Do you remember when gaming just used to be called gaming, instead of being fragmented into a number of terms: casual gaming, social gaming, flash gaming? What do all these terms mean, and why ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
tyler knows nothing
The secret to building a strong community on the web is this: Care. Because genuinely enjoying what you're doing is the only way you'll be able to handle the REAL secret: find every single blog, website, forum, Facebook page, Facebook post and tweet that has anything to do with your subject matter; then selflessly add value to their conversation and make sure they're able to find a link to your website. Then do it again every single day for the rest of your life. This applies to other things as well. You want a hot girlfriend? Go up to every hot girl you see for the rest of your life and ask her ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Arizona's Moment of Truth
As we rush headlong toward the July 29th implementation date for Arizona's immigration law, SB 1070, all signs are pointing toward a truly epic clash in the offing. Positions have been staked out, legal challenges have been joined, legislative claims have been debunked, and activists are massing in the wings. This is a moment of historical import -- our generation's Selma and Montgomery -- and what transpires in the desert over the coming weeks will add a crucial chapter to the story of who we are as a people. This is, in all likelihood, the sort of socio-political turning point that will spawn myriad future ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Facebook: its story and future
announced that it now has half a billion users worldwide – if it were a country, it would have the third largest population in the world. One in 14 people around the globe is on the site. It’s as big as the US and Brazil combined, and only India and China – two markets the web has yet to reach en masse – are larger. All of this is a long way from Mark Zuckerberg’s Harvard dorm room, where Facebook began. And the strapline for the forthcoming movie about Facebook, called The Social Network, is telling: “You don’t get to 500 million friends without making a few ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

The Future of Advertising And the Value of Social Networksi
May 27, 2007 ... The Future of Advertising. 27 May 2007. And the Value of Social Networks page 2. Goodal 1996, 2000; Whyte, 1993]. A human social network can ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Research Directions in Childhood Obesity Prevention and Treatment ...
Childhood overweight and obesity have reached epidemic proportions and are major public health problems nationally and globally (1). Between 1970 and 2004, the prevalence of overweight almost tripled among U.S. preschoolers and adolescents and quadrupled among children aged 6 to11 years (2). In 2003-2004, 17.1% of children aged 2 to 19 years were at or above the 95th percentile of Body Mass Index (BMI) compared to 5-6% in the 1970s, and these percentages are higher in non-Hispanic Blacks and Mexican Americans (20.0% and 19.2%) than in Whites (16%) (2). Obesity ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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FUTURE OF SOCIAL ADVERTISING
  1. profile image schmediad Some handy resources on the future of ad agencies & digital ROI http://bit.ly/aP6gyI and http://bit.ly/ddybhZ
  2. profile image Revolucion2_0 The Hybrid Theory Manifesto: The Future of Marketing, Advertising, and Communications Part Three | Social Media Today http://dlvr.it/2sccS
  3. profile image KFactory The Hybrid Theory Manifesto: The Future of Marketing, Advertising, and Communications Part Three | Social Media Today http://dlvr.it/2sbDK
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
future of advertising and impact of technology | LinkedIn Answers ...
I would prefer not to be biased by Sorrell's views. Technically because you have specified "what do you...". Also because my povs are more-or-less India / Asia centric. A few "macro" issues look inevitable now, which changes the traditional "ad" game significantly. 1. Print media can & will grow ONLY in the developing countries (emerging markets in nice sounding vocab). India, far-eastern countries (Indonesia, Malaysia), most part of Africa & Latin America, 2. In these same territories, internet usage will NOT grow beyond a point anytime soon. For too many obvious reasons, 3. English (the language in which most local ...
Is Social Networking the future of Word-of-Mouth Marketing ...
Never before did we have tools that organically helped spread word-of-mouth as well as social networking sites allow us to do today. There is no more organic way for buzz to spread virally than through a social network. What social networking and professional networking sites do, is replace sales/marketing/advertising with word-of-mouth and replace snake oil salesmen/pyramid scheme peddlers with true customer and product evangelists. Do you agree? Overwhelmed by the great quality of responses. However, let me clarify that my question referred to whether social networking is the future of "Word-of-Mouth Marketing", not marketing ...