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  1. 5 Brilliant Ways to Use #Hashtags in Social Media Marketing

    But the first time a hashtag was used extensively as a way to categorize tweets and was adopted by the public was during the San Diego fire on October 23, 2007, when Nate Ritter used Twitter to report on the fire and included the hashtag...

  2. Twitter’s Year in Review 2011: Egypt, Rebecca Black, Social Good

    Nate Dogg The democratic awakening in Egypt made #egypt the most used hashtag of the year, with Mubarak’s resignation topping the Hottest World News list. Cairo and Egypt also took first and second place as the most discussed City/Country.

  3. Top Level Trends of SEM Worldwide in 2010 and 2011

    What makes South Korea so special is that the "international players" only have around 7 percent of the total search market, while Naver has 62 percent; Daum 21 percent; and Nate 10 percent. Worldwide, Internet marketing is changing fast.

  4. Have Tea Party Candidates Read Obama Playbook on Using YouTube for Campaigns?

    And according to Nate Silver of the Five Thirty Eight Blog at NYTimes.com, new polling in Colorado and West Virginia shows Buck and Raese are slipping. On November 14, 2008, Jose Antonio Vargas wrote an online column for the Washington Post...

  5. WWE Body Slams YouTube Community with Full-Length Episodes

    Nate Weinstein, who manages Entertainment Marketing at YouTube, has just announced a new deal that adds to YouTube's growing footprint of premium content and offers marketers interested in reaching an important demographic some of world's best...

  6. UK Election 2010: Lessons Learned from Watching First Social Media Battle of Britain

    But, as Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight observes, "That may not be the pollsters' fault if voters changed or made up their mind while casting their ballots, as sometimes happens for third parties whose viability is questionable.

  7. Sneak previews of Online Marketing Summit 2010 and SES San Diego

    According to Nate Elliott of Forrester, "On the keywords for which Google offers video results, any given video in the index stands about a 50 times better chance of appearing on the first page of results than any given text page in the index.