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  1. As Digital Ad Effectiveness Measurement Improves, Are Branding Ad Dollars Ready to Follow?

    These metrics have withstood the test of time, and in cases where assessing actual sales is not a reality, they have served as a strong surrogate for this metric of success. That said, as digital becomes increasingly effective at demonstrating...

  2. Win Earned, Owned and Even ‘Paid’ Links With Content

    In reality though for 90 percent of what you want to use it for this is unnecessary. In reality even your own website and blog though should have an element of "earned" as the integration of social commenting opens it up to the wider advocates.

  3. Gangnam Style, Royal Wedding, Olympics Top Google UK 2012 Searches

    His peer in the cycling, Victoria Pendleton won the most searched for reality television personality for her part in "Celebrity Come Dancing". Children's TV show Mike the Knight was top of the TV slot overall and beat off the drama "Homeland" and...

  4. Bing Top Searches of 2012: Those Kardashian People, iPhone 5 & Beyonce’s Baby

    Bing has announced the top searches in 2012 across a variety of categories, including people, sports stars, news, reality TV and more. Sisters Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian failed to make the top 10 for most searched person of the year, though the...

  5. Social Retail: Finding, Engaging & Cultivating Today’s Connected Consumer

    Augmented Reality Apps Online retailers like have released applications that in fact take purchases out of brick and mortar retailers by allowing users to view products in person and price compare via augmented reality applications...

  6. The 'Hoarding' Template: A Perfect Model for Your AdWords Campaign

    Imagine the pitch for the TV series “Hoarding: Buried Alive”: “OK, I’ve got a surefire winner: A reality show about people with too much stuff who can’t get rid of it. I admit, I wouldn’t have predicted its popularity.

  7. Search vs. Social: The 50 Shades of Gray in Online Information Retrieval

    This assumption characterizes user information retrieval behaviors as black and white when in reality they are many shades of gray. Content Discovery (music, TV, movies. Even given the $15 billion dollars at stake in search advertising, Facebook...