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Despite the economic crisis, the majority of companies operating in Germany want to leave their expatriate professionals abroad. According to a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), only one fifth of companies want to bring a part of their expat workforce home. Although 40% of companies want to cut their expatriation costs in the short term, the majority of companies expect their workforce abroad to increase in the long term. Expatriates leaving Hong Kong: While long-term expatriation rates are likely to increase, in the short term some expat destinations are hit hard by the economic crisis. According to predictions from Credit ...
His traditional upbringing is reflected both in the gentle sensitivity that underpins his work (despite his liberal use of biting satire and parody ) and in his refusal to accept alcohol and tobacco manufacturers as sponsors—an impediment to his radio career when he took over for Jack Benny on CBS radio. As Freberg explained to Rusty Pipes: Stan Freberg's first wife, Donna, died in 2000. He married Betty Hunter in 2001, and she adopted the name Hunter Freberg.
Would You Like to Get to Know Me?
So, you've just landed an exciting new copywriting assignment in a niche you know little-to-nothing about. Maybe you're just starting out, or perhaps branching out. For whatever reason, it's time to get to know your prospects, and quick. Because knowing your prospects is the first — and probably the most important — step to writing an effective sales letter or web page, or any other piece of copy. So, how do you do it? How do you get to know your prospects, quickly? I recently branched out into a new field — writing for investment advisories and financial publishers — and faced this issue. ... market research, surveys and trends
Best Buy pegs Droid 2 at $199 with 2-year activation, $599 without ...
existence, but with leaks like this on a weekly basis who needs traditional marketing? Astute reader Greg from North Carolina tells us his local Best Buy has those leaked dummy units out on shelves, and lo and behold, there's a set of price tags right next to them. As originally rumored , the phone will launch at $199 with carrier subsidy and $599 should you choose to cart it home without a plan in tow. Still no solid confirmation of that August 12 release date , but at this rate we expect the handset may sell out before Verizon's PR team breathes a word. Spot the full image after the break. Update: On a related note, ... market research, surveys and trends


Reflections of a Newsosaur: Worst quarter for newspapers: Sales ...
Musings (and occasional urgent warnings) of a veteran media executive, who fears our news-gathering companies are stumbling to extinction In the worst quarter in modern history for American newspapers, advertising sales fell by an unprecedented 28.3% in the first three months of 2009, plunging sales by more than $2.6 billion from the prior year. Statistics posted without publicity on the website of the Newspaper Association of America show that print ad sales fell by a historic 29.7% to $5.9 billion in the first period of this year and that online sales fell a record 13.4% to $696.3 million. The worst percentage decline was in ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
TNS Media Intelligence Reports U.S. Advertising Expenditures ...
– Total measured advertising expenditures in the first six months of 2009 fell 14.3 percent versus a year ago, to $60.87 billion, according to data released today by TNS Media Intelligence, the leading provider of strategic advertising and marketing information. Ad spending during the second quarter of 2009 was off 13.9 percent compared to last year, the fifth consecutive quarter of year-over-year declines. “The rate of decline in ad spending was level throughout the second quarter,” said Jon Swallen, SVP Research at TNS Media Intelligence. “While it’s tempting to interpret this as a ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Copywriters Needed to Make Money Writing Now on
“ provides AWAI members with an outstanding opportunity to secure work,” says John Torre, AWAI Member. “I just landed a contract to provide several press releases and articles per week..." Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) August 10, 2010 American Writers & Artists Inc. (AWAI), , announced today that there are copywriters needed to fill all the job opportunities at . is a free, job board built to help marketers locate highly-skilled freelance, full-time and part-time graphic designers and copywriters to write advertising copy, promotional ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Twins will stick with 1500 ESPN for two more years
After months of negotiations, the Twins announced Tuesday they have agreed to a two-year extension with Hubbard-owned 1500 ESPN Twin Cities. The station flipped from a talk-station format of KSTP to an all-sports brand in February. CBS-owned WCCO -- the Twins' radio home for the franchise's first 46 years in Minnesota -- attempted to woo the team, also. Clear Channel was in the mix with one of its FM affiliates, but Sports Talk station KFAN was not included in the bidding. "This was a big priority to extend this agreement," said Dan Seeman, vice president of operations for 1500 ESPN. "When we switched over to [the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


The Copywriter Test
year we produce advertising for the best clients in the world: Ford, Kodak, ... 4 A delegation of Martians has just landed in. Central Park. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Preservation Essay--World War II in the San Francisco Bay Area: A ...
When war broke out in the Pacific, the San Francisco Bay Area quickly assumed a prominent role in America's "Arsenal of Democracy." Older coastal batteries, airfields and military posts were supplemented by a network of hastily constructed barracks, warehouses and staging facilities stretching from Camp Stoneman in Pittsburg to Fort Cronkhite in Marin County. New shipyards were built in Richmond and Sausalito and existing yards were expanded in San Francisco, Oakland and Alameda. Bay Area cities were unprepared for the massive influx ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Webster University | School of Communications Alumni News ...
We’ve all heard the cliché “What came first, the chicken or the egg?” Well I’m going to put a little marketing spin on it. What came first, the ad or the PR story? The answers to the question can vary, but no mater what, it has impact on the marketing industry. In today’s struggling economy, there are a lot of ideas out there about the best marketing strategies to get the highest return on your investment. Is there one particular strategy that works best? Probably not. Different marketing strategies work for different companies in different industries. It is, however, important to keep in mind how each marketing function ...
So I just landed my first "Career" job in the Logistics industry ...
Want more business? My engaging Social Media Relationship Marketing gets results! Christine at ChristineHueber dot com see all my answers You might ask in relevant groups for more answers. posted 24 days ago
How much of my profit should I spend on marketing? - Advertising ...
I just started a new business and landed my first major account. The product is new to the area. What are some ideas to market a new biz? Asked by jwesthoff Posted: Monday, January 25, 2010  |  Found in Advertising & PR Congrats on your new business and on landing that first major account! First, a general rule of thumb is to plan on investing at least 10 percent of your gross annual income in marketing. So if you think you'll make $50,000 in your first year, make up a strategic marketing action plan covering diverse online, print and networking initiatives running around $5,000. That said, many businesses advance ...