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  1. Yelp Sues Law Firm Over Supposedly Writing Fake Reviews

    Yelp is suing for supposed "breach of contract, intentional interference with contract, unfair competition, and false advertising. McMillan sued Yelp in small claims court over an argument about advertising he had bought from Yelp.

  2. Visual Storytelling: The Key Weapon to Content Marketing

    Voyage and Return: Dove’s Campaign for real beauty demonstrates the distrust of the false gods in the beauty industry. Some good examples of boards used to tell a story with content can be seen at:

  3. Why Facebook Ad Haters Are Wrong – Here’s How Marketers Can Do Better

    On the heels of a WSJ report Facebook and GM are in talks to rekindle their advertising relationship, after a very public break up in the days before what can be kindly described as a lackluster IPO, BBC has jumped on the bandwagon to throw stones.

  4. Scamworld? How The Verge Wrongly Smeared All Internet Marketers

    Some of the subheadings, in particular, are patently false. It's sad that a tech journalist and his publication would paint all SEOs, info marketers, digital advertising agencies, social media marketers, small business owners trying to survive...

  5. Google, Apple, Microsoft Agree to Mobile App Privacy Changes

    If the companies fail to adhere to the agreement, Harris said they can be prosecuted under California's Unfair Competition Law and False Advertising Law. Less than a week after a Federal Trade Commission report condemned the lack of privacy...

  6. Shareholder Sues Google For Aiding Illegal Drug Sales

    Google’s annual reports from 2003 to 2009 were false and misleading because the company didn’t disclose revenue from the improper advertising,” according to the complaint obtained by Bloomberg. A Google shareholder has filed a lawsuit against...

  7. Schmidt on 'False' Media Speculation, Google vs. Facebook Obsession

    Speculation that Eric Schmidt was forced out as chief executive officer in favor of Larry Page due to internal conflicts surrounding China are "completely false," Fortune reported. Facebook's ads business does not displace our advertising.