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  1. CIVETS: New Global Marketing Opportunities in Emerging Economies

    Despite the political uncertainty in Egypt, its economy is still predicted to grow this year. As the Colombian, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Egyptian, Turkish and South African nations reinvent their nations into attractive hubs for global trade, you...

  2. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    Jim Hedger of Digital Always Media shared just one potential effect SOPA could have on the Internet economy. Greg Jarboe, president of Internet marketing company SEO-PR, isn’t buying the MPAA line that not passing SOPA will kill off millions of...

  3. Facebook F8 Wrapup: Timeline, Ticker, GraphRank for Users & Marketers

    If Google+ is able to draw Facebook users over to their platform and offer benefits for businesses at the same time, they’re going to give Facebook a run for their money in the social sharing = big business economy.

  4. Asia Search Update: Yahoo Algo Transition Goes to India, Google Eyes Southeast Asia

    He told the paper that the increasing Internet and mobile penetration in Southeast Asia’s largest economy, along with the use of its search engine, made Indonesia interesting to Google. While the global search alliance between Yahoo and Microsoft...

  5. Social Media Study Shows Increased LinkedIn Popularity

    As Daina Middleton, Performics's CEO, stated, "Individuals have embraced social networking as a means to actively manage their personal viability in the global economy. Increasing popularity for LinkedIn, highly visible brand loyalty to groups that...

  6. Should Google Escape the Death Spiral in China by 'Losing Face'?

    You can't be a "global player" without being fully present in what is expected to be the world's largest economy within a few short years if current trends continue. It's a well known and established fact that Google's withdrawal from having a...

  7. 9 Reasons Why it Might Be Time For Marketers to Value Virtual Goods

    Second Life, whilst often perceived to be a place for the weird rather than edgy, has a huge in-world gaming economy and at the end of 2009 SL residents traded $100.8 million in virtual goods. Facebook and location based social networks such as...