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  1. Google Doodle Celebrates 'Where the Wild Things Are' Author Maurice Sendak

    A Google Doodle today pays tribute to the author and illustrator known for such children's books as "Where the Wild Things Are," "In the Night Kitchen", and "Outside Over There. If you aren't familiar with his books, you may remember the 2009...

  2. Future Forward - Shifts in the Digital Revolution at #SESLON

    An app enables a Jamie Oliver fan who wants to cook like Jamie Oliver to stay within the context of the kitchen rather than leave to use a search engine on a computer in another part of the home. While 2013 may once again be called the Year of the...

  3. How SEO Metrics Impact HSN's Merchandizing Strategy at Conductor #C3NY

    Conductor been a great partner in helping us integrate ROI data from our analytics solution, Coremetrics, and create automated reports that are customized around the priorities of the various stakeholders, from Home Decor and Kitchen merchants to...

  4. YouTube TrueView Ads a Recipe for Success for BBQGuys

    At ShoppersChoice.com, an online outdoor kitchen superstore, summertime is crunch time, marketing grills, patio furniture, and equipment both online in retail outlets. Now, visitors can easily find the content they’re looking for, gaining practical...

  5. Running Online Video Ads Alongside TV Doubles Brand Recall [Study]

    While this is not news to those of us who routinely forget what we were going to do in the living room once we left the kitchen, it has implications for the recall of advertising as well. Our brain, always trying to converse resources and clear...

  6. Why Settle for Best Practices?

    When he installed my kitchen sink, he got it in and it worked, but a week later it sprung a leak and he put the handle in the front instead of on the right side of the faucet. Let's stick with this theme of not taking things for granted and really...

  7. Social Media Madness - The Final Four

    It's the self-professed water cooler, allowing employees to update other employees about articles and events (free bagels in kitchen), which is much more efficient and effective than e-mail. Is this a sign of things to come?