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Twitter Considering Offering Facebook-Style Branded Pages

In a move to keep up with the Facebook juggernaut, Twitter is considering creating Facebook-style branded pages as part of its drive to increase its revenue from advertising. As reported by Marketing Magazine UK “branded pages, through which advertisers could … Continue reading

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Who Says What to Whom on Twitter?

Shortly after the birthday candles were blown out on Twitter’s 5th birthday, a study was conducted by Yahoo Research entitled “Who Says What to Whom on Twitter,” analyzing the impact a select few opinion leaders are having on the social … Continue reading

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Rule 47: Avoid Having to Explain Your Super Bowl Ad

On Tuesday, Groupon founder Andrew Mason took to his company's blog and explained their series of Super Bowl ads. That's never a good thing… You can brag. You can apologize. But you should never have to explain. In 3 spots … Continue reading

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Twitter Hatches New Layout

On Tuesday, Twitter launched their new layout. The new layout will be slowly rolling out globally over the next few weeks. I”m pretty impressed. Instead of providing one centered column of Tweets on the website, with links for images, conversations, … Continue reading

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We Always Ask Why. Why?

We get a lot of clients who come to us looking for social media marketing services. The typical conversation goes something like this: Client: “We need to be on Facebook and Twitter. We had a couple of our commercials up … Continue reading

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Engaging in Twitter

Twitter is a force to be reckoned with. Now everyone is tweeting (from celebrities and politicians, to grandparents and family pets) to keep people posted regarding their day-to-day activities. But more and more we are seeing a massive shift away … Continue reading

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