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  1. The 2014 Super Bowl Commercials Just Kicked Off

    And since Google Chromecast was a popular stocking stuffer at Christmas, fans will also be voting from their smart TVs. Based on new data released by Unruly Media, digital marketers now know that 60 percent of the most shared Super Bowl ads of all...

  2. Christening a New Marketing Holiday for B2B PPC: Golden Opportunity Month

    If ecommerce advertisers can lace their ads with references to Christmas and Santa Claus, then you can absolutely reference the New Year and everything that brings to the B2B table. The holiday shopping season is the event of the year and about the...

  3. The World Welcomes 2014 on Twitter, Reveals Usage Patterns

    While religious events, like Christmas, Rosh Hashanah, or Ramadan have a time-zone importance (they are celebrated at a specific time every year), they lack the global all-encompassing nature since they are specific to a religion.

  4. Google 'Let’s Go Caroling' Easter Egg Turns Your Smartphone Into a Holiday Karaoke Machine

    There are five carols currently included, "Jingle Bells", "Up on the House Top", "Deck the Halls", "O Christmas Tree", and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". Google has created a very festive Easter egg for smartphone users.

  5. How to Convert One-Time Customers Into Repeat or Lifetime Customers

    The relationship with your holiday crowd doesn't have to end once the lights come off the Christmas tree. The same goes for your crazy-bananas high tide of seasonal sales extravaganza. After the holiday rush is over, a hangover may set in, causing...

  6. Google's Eric Schmidt Tells iPhone Users How to Switch to Android

    They are a great Christmas present to an iPhone user! What do you get the Apple fanboi who has everything? If you're Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, the answer is an Android phone. The recommendation came as part of a rare and lengthy...

  7. U.S. Holiday Trends & Forecast: Top Shopping Days, Hot Searches, Mobile Shoppers

    And because there are fewer shopping days between Thanksgiving and Christmas this year, it could mean different shopping patterns than years prior. Even government shutdowns can't put a damper on the consumer's plot to shop this holiday season.