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

    On the Google Santa Tracker page, users can scroll through the village and participate in games at various places. NORAD site visitors can also watch movies about Santa or NORAD in the "village theater," listen to popular holiday songs on the music...

  2. Oklahoma Uses YouTube TrueView Ads to Boost Tourism for a Song [Case Study]

    But if you ask Snodgrass about her role in it all, she humbly states, like a true Oklahoman: "It takes a village. They probably know the title song from "Oklahoma! It was the first musical written by the team of composer Richard Rodgers and...

  3. Google & NORAD Track Santa; Bing Unveils 'Magical' Holiday Calendar

    In conjunction with the standard tracking efforts, Google contributes to the NORAD site and its Countdown Village, which features activities for children. Search engines are participating in holiday-oriented activities this year: Google is helping...

  4. Holy Google+ Hangout Features Dalai Lama, Archbishop Tutu

    More than email and chat, these video-based group communications truly have made the web the platform of "the Global Village. The role of social media in providing platforms for public figures to communicate with their followers just took on a holy...

  5. Human-flesh Search Engines Unearth Dark Side of Online Community

    Their name and village they are from is fervently discussed and finally discovered through multiple forum threads. In the article he discussed a phenomenon that has being going on in China (and other parts of Asia) since 2001, known as "Human-flesh...

  6. Social Media Marketers Can Learn Lessons from Paul Revere's Ride

    In other words, Revere didn't broadcast his message to every Middlesex village and farm. It commemorates the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, the first battles of the American Revolutionary War.

  7. Rip Van Winkle: "Things Change Fast in Today's World"

    When he woke up and returned to his village, he found that 20 years had passed. You're so right. Things change fast in today's world and you've got to keep up or get left behind. Image via Wikipedia Things do change fast in the search industry.

  8. Rip Van Winkle: Paid Inclusion & Trusted Feeds at Search Engine Strategies NYC 2004

    Maybe they mistakenly think that the search industry is located a nice village at the foot of New York's Catskill Mountains. For example, there were sessions entitled "Introduction to Search Engine Marketing" and "Link Building Basics" six years...

  9. Philosophy and Search: The Big Three Founders and the Philosophers

    The Internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow. Quotes for comparative purposes have been taken from various news stories and videos of speeches they have given over the years.

  10. The Web's Wild West Days Are Gone

    The Internet has created the "global village. Those days are gone, and if we're not careful, there could be dire consequences for online marketers. A 19-year-old, Shawn Fanning, created Napster 10 years ago, and that battle is still being fought.