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5 Visual Social Media Tips for Small Businesses

Written on
November 27th 2012
Author
David Lee King

Flickr, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr … even Foursquare, Twitter, and Google Plus. Guess what all these social media sites have in common? They’re all highly visual sites. Each of these social media sites highlights visual content in some way. Visual-based social media, like photographs, graphic images, and videos, is becoming ... more...

Lessons from the US 2012 Presidential Campaign

Written on
September 11th 2012
Author
Uriah Av-Ron

With the Democratic and Republication conventions behind us and the US Presidential election campaigns accelerating into the home stretch, I thought it would be a good time to see what lessons marketers can learn from the respective campaign’s marketing efforts. In 2008, the Obama campaign launched what was the first truly ... more...

Modern Online Ads Can Lead to ‘Black Swans’ for Brands

Written on
August 3rd 2011
Author
Byrne Hobart

DIGITAL DUE DILIGENCE – If there’s one way to sum up the resurgence of display advertising compared to search advertising in the last few years, it would be this: Display is finally a market. Like a financial security that can be split, swapped, sliced, diced, packaged, unpackaged, and hedged, ad ... more...

Google Actually Snuggles Up to Search Socialization

Written on
February 17th 2011
Author
Gavin Dunaway

ADOTAS – Oh yeah, I totally forgot that Google launched Social Search in 2009 — mainly because they kept relevant social links at the very bottom of the page. Who makes it to the end of a Google search results page? It seems like Google and social should only be mentioned ... more...

Google Phone Wins Cheers but Told Could Be Better

Written on
September 25th 2008
Author
Reuters Group

Nice try with the new phone, Google. Better luck next time. That’s what some seem to be saying about Google Inc.’s first foray into the world of cell phones. But while it may not attract long lines like Apple Inc.’s iPhone, it offers much to those looking to use their ... more...

Flypaper Studio Launches Flypaper Pro

Written on
July 21st 2008
Author
Kathleen

ADOTAS – Flypaper Studio, Inc., is announcing the release of Flypaper Pro and the general availability of their flagship product, Flypaper (a rich media app that enables subscribers to create, edit and share interactive presentations and other content for live or Web-based delivery). Flypaper Pro is a business solution that allows ... more...

Putting Web 2.0 to Work

Written on
September 12th 2006
Author
Jesse Shannon

It’s true, Web 2.0 as a buzzword may now be wearing a little thin. Latched onto as the harbinger of another late 90′s bubble, the expectations on the little term have been set perhaps unrealistically high. In addition, the Web 2.0 idea has come to represent such a ... more...

Yahoo Trip Planner Out of Beta, Adds Maps, Flickr, and Blogs

Written on
July 11th 2006
Author
Sarah Novotny

Yahoo’s online travel resource guide, Trip Planner, is now available for public consumption. During Trip Planner’s 9-month beta period, users could plan their trips, selecting various sights, hotels, restaurants and other destinations. They could also make their trips public and view other people’s trips to create a sort of collective ... more...

Nikon Stuns Online World

Written on
May 25th 2006
Author
Douglas MacMillan

What do Kate Moss, Nikon’s Coolpix S6 digital camera, and Flickr have in common? According to a recent multiplatform promotional campaign, they are all young, sleek, sexy… and above all else, stunning. Nikon recently began running an eye-catching TV spot showcasing Moss and its latest high-end digital camera offering. The supermodel ... more...