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  1. Content Marketing Put a Man on the Moon, What Can it Do For You?

    It began with President John F. In practice, Public Information Office staff worked as reporters within the agency, seeking out newsworthy information from NASA technical personnel and processing it into a form useful to the press.

  2. Google '(Not Provided)' Keywords: 10 Ways to Get Organic Search Data

    UPDATE: Search Query data has become unavailable, although Google's John Mueller has confirmed this is a bug. As a public company always looking for new revenue streams, this would definitely be a way for Google to do it, and many SEO professionals...

  3. Second Screen Engagement: Twitter VP @joell to Share Latest Trends #SESNY

    JL: John Hegarty said, “Creativity in advertising is all about the power of reduction. JL: People want to share what's happening and see what's going on in the world, or their world.that behavior is not new, however there has never been a platform...

  4. Social PR Tips to Get Fit for 2013 Digital Marketing

    Smartphones are now the fastest spreading technology in human history, and – as Mary Meeker just reported – 13 percent of all Internet traffic now comes from a mobile device, up from 4 percent just two years ago,” said John Denny, VP Marketing...

  5. Obama vs. Romney: Search for Next President Reveals Astonishing Facts

    Romney bids on “Ron Paul,” “John McCain,” “Mike Huckabee,” and “Rudy Giuliani. An aggressive election campaign hasn’t begun just yet, and as acting president, he receives a great deal of public consideration already.

  6. CEOs Worldwide In Tune with Implications & Impact of Social Media [Study]

    In this, John Fahey, CEO of National Geographic, explains how he creates an environment where employee input and shared values drive the organization. For this, the fifth edition of IBM’s biennial Global CEO Study series, 1,709 CEOs, general...

  7. Google Maps Adds Emergency Alerts

    Google has announced Google Public Alerts, a platform designed to bring you relevant emergency alerts when you're searching on Google. Google has teamed up with several weather, public safety, and national foundations such as the U.S.