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  1. YouTube to Censor Search Results From Artists Who Rebuff New Streaming Music Service

    To take down songs that can't be available on both services. Big corporations bully smaller businesses all the time, but it's hard to believe that YouTube would risk angering its user base by blocking popular content in order to strong-arm a...

  2. Google & NORAD/Microsoft Go Head-to-Head with Competing Santa Trackers

    NORAD site visitors can also watch movies about Santa or NORAD in the "village theater," listen to popular holiday songs on the music stage, learn about holiday traditions in the library, or visit NORAD HQ to learn about the Secret Santa files and...

  3. Visual Storytelling: The Key Weapon to Content Marketing

    In pictures, even songs – we’ve relied on stories for thousands of years to help us understand, retain, and share information. Some of the more popular Twitter accounts we see are based on a certain story and character – for example, @shitmydadsays...

  4. Facebook Memology 2011: Megan Fox, Rihanna, lms

    Most Listened to Songs in 2011 Songs by Rihanna/Calvin Harris, Katy Perry, and LMFAO were listened to on Facebook most this year, while David Guetta and Skrillex each made the list twice. Their top 10 lists also looks into the most popular...

  5. Les Paul Guitar Google Doodle Gets Encore

    Here's a "best of" compilation of songs from our post yesterday: Google's special playable guitar logo in tribute of Les Paul's birthday was so popular yesterday that Google decided last night to keep the interactive Doodle up on their homepage for...

  6. SES Day 1 Keynote: David Meerman Scott [LIVE BLOG]

    Thankfully, no Black Eyed Peas songs (yet). The marketer told seven of the most popular bloggers in the space. Time for panels, expo room, etc. Follow me on Twitter (@nlj) and stay tuned for more live blogging from SES New York over the next three...

  7. Keep Your Ideas Simple and Increase Conversions

    The songs were designed to be songs that everyone in the survey would know it upon hearing it (such as "Happy Birthday"). Tappers were told to tap out the rhythm of a very popular song. One of the great speakers at the recent SES San Jose was Dan...

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