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As we watch the economy do what economies do – have growing pains and adjust to challenges – it becomes ever more apparent that doing things the old way just won’t work anymore. That is true of many of the old ways, especially when it comes to how companies advertise and grow their business. It is my opinion that the return on investment (ROI) for traditional advertising will continue to shrink, even as companies using traditional advertising methods continue to throw money at ads in hopes that their company will survive these choppy financial seas . Instead of panicking and clinging to the deflating lifeboat ...
The novel critiques political art without an audience (or a wrong one) as well as proposes an answer to the presumption about novels' defeat to cinema. It is also de Veyra's class -cum-self critique concerning his and other writers' collective role within Filipino writing in English . His blog essay "Two fruits, one tree (or why there is no such thing as a national artist )" is another such critique on the arts languages of the classes. Although a self-confessed liberal , as a culture critic de Veyra has written blogs against state subsidies for the arts profession (including grants , artist residency ...
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Lessons we can learn from Digital Media – Week 2: Strange names on ...
After stopping giggling for long enough to Google what the hell a Ning was, i discovered that other than sounding like something out of Monty Python, a Ning is a like a paid private version of Facebook, allowing users to create closed social networks. I will blog more about my Ning experience once i have had a bit longer to explore it properly. The Ning got me musing on strange names floating around the interwebs these days. MySpace , Facebook and Friendster are all obvious names that describe the contents of their site. But there are plenty that seem odd, so i have set out to find out the logic behind a few that i use! Any ... market research, surveys and trends
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Since 1965, Medicare has become a national treasure by providing coverage to 45 million older Americans and Americans with disabilities. For 45 years Medicare’s critics have warned of impending doom for the program but it always gets repaired. Here’s our suggested fix: eliminate the massive waste and expense caused by the private for profit insurance companies. Put the savings into Medicare–protect it, improve it, and expand it to all!” Join Healthcare NOW! in making noise on the anniversary of Medicare, this July 30th, with single-payer Medicare for All advocates across the country . It is unacceptable to bull doze cuts, ... market research, surveys and trends

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While at the Corporate Image and Branding conference in New York City on Thursday, I was lucky enough to hear a presentation by Bernd Schmitt . The thesis of Bernd’s presentation, that successful brands think big and innovate in ways that disrupt the status quo, is hardly new, but his delivery was very engaging. In one almost throwaway line he suggested that it was “narrow thinking” that resulted in the financial bubble that catapulted us into the Great Recession. This was a great segue to my presentation because I think that very similar narrow thinking is creating a social media bubble today. The AdReaction 2009 study ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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This Week in Review: Newsweek's new owner, WikiLeaks and context, and Tumblr's ...
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interest in their request for more advertising space ... when an official can say, musing aloud, that houses on one side of the town are owner occupied, on ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
CDC - Health Marketing Basics | Director's Blog: A rose by any ...
More than any other question, the one I am most frequently asked has to do with the name of our center at CDC, the National Center for Health Marketing (NCHM): "What is health marketing?" Other common questions include "What is the difference between health communication and health marketing?" "Is it the same thing as social marketing?" and "Why is CDC trying to change the name of our field?!?" In this, my second blog entry, I'll try to answer some of these questions and share my thoughts on the sensitive issue of disciplinary names and identities. As I mentioned last time, CDC ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
MSFS 556: Social Media in Business, Development and Government ...
Here are my question and prediction, also related. Can anyone really profit monetarily from social media? It seems impossible. Most services start out as free and then explode in popularity. Then, just as costs are going up with tech support, etc., there is no way to fund a site or service. Some try ads (just as Googe/YouTube has started putting ads within videos) but generally there is an outcry when that starts. And it’s all too easy to move onto the next tool, which will soon have the same problem and the cycle continues. My prediction is the cycle will continue for at least the next few years. We like to get these ...
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I can only presume this is because the web design company has a page rank of 4-6 on each of the pages linking through to it. But this is surely ridiculous! If I were a competing gardening company, that has thousands of links and a lesser page rank, I would be furious. What do other people think? Thank you A web forum with next to zero users has a page rank of 5 too, just for being linked from the home page of this high page-ranking website design company. Surely this is not good from Google indexing? Does this website rank over your site(s) or more established sites? Typically folks don't pay much attention to PR any more. ...
If wishes were horses,beggers would ride.What do you say ...
I would like to tell you a story which my father used to say.. in regard to theory of Karma. There was a learned brahmin who was given a boon that he can read what was written on the forehead of any person, but with a little interlock, that to save his, he should not speak about what he read! So one day he went to rear by village to attend a function and was returning back through the sea coast. While walking on the beach, he saw a skull which was floating and thrown on the beach due to the currents of the sea. He went near the skull and washed it and looked at its forehead. ( habits die hard) There were 4 lines: 1. Janma ...