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  1. Content Marketing Put a Man on the Moon, What Can it Do For You?

    Staffed largely by professional journalists, the NASA Public Affairs Office operated more like a newsroom to rapidly disseminate information to the world press. Many marketers are over the moon about the 'new' concept of content marketing as a key...

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

    Regardless of the size of your advertising budget, it's a challenge to reach consumers in a technology-driven, multimedia world, but Google has found a unique and effective way to place one's message before an increasingly mobile and fluid market.

  3. PRWEb and PitchEngine: SEO Smart/SMO Sexy Newsmakers

    Tom Pick noted that PRWeb ranked high in the SEO world from noted industry experts including Lee Odden, author of Optimize. Tools like PitchEngine emulate that vision by offering a pop-up one-page site that allows brands to tell an engaging and...

  4. Gustav Klimt Google Logo Celebrates 150th Birthday of Austrian Erotica Artist

    Says A World History of Art’s description of Danae (circa 1907-1908): Many of the women with whom he had affairs are believed to have been featured in his portraits. His use of eroticism and provoking sexual imagery challenged the safe, predictable...

  5. Your Facebook Data File: Everything You Never Wanted Anyone to Know

    Though they receive emails from around the world, he said, their focus is on the 22 active complaints they currently have registered with the Irish Data Protection Commission. Facebook files their complaints in Ireland, as Facebook’s User Terms...

  6. China Blocks News Sites Prior To Dissident Getting Nobel Peace Prize

    The Chinese government through foreign ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu stated, ""The Chinese people and the overwhelming majority of people in the world are against this. This is not an issue of human rights; it is an issue of interference of...

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

    David Meerman Scott, author of World Wide Rave, is here to talk about "The New Rules of Marketing & PR" Ah yes, fear is often dressed up as reasons which are really just Talks about the Best Job in the World contest.