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JULY 14, 2010 Old Spice Man Makes a Social Media Impact with YouTube Responses
Playing off the popular TV commercials, muscular Old Spice man is responding personally to comments on Facebook, YouTube and mostly those on Twitter. As of writing this post, the Old Spice YouTube channel is #1 in the US for total views. TechCrunch reported yesterday about Old Spice man's response to Digg founder Kevin Rose , who tweeted out that he was sick.
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JANUARY 17, 2011 Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010
Facebook is the world’s most visited social media brand with 54% of the worlds internet population visiting the brand. More than 700,000 local businesses have active Pages on Facebook. Facebook, Twitter Growing As Video Referral Sources by MediaPost Online Media Daily. Are Twitter Followers Better Than Facebook Fans? Facebook reaches 57% of the U.S. Adam T.
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FEBRUARY 8, 2011 Branding, Bail Bonds & Sweet Tea: A Video Roundup
bail bond company with more than 2,800 Facebook fans? Sweet Leaf Tea ‘s April Riggs showed up with free samples and was promptly brought on stage for a impromptu case study on how the brand has used social media to engage with costumers online, and quickly turn potential negative comments into positive feedback. Facebook. by Jesse Noyes | Tweet this. Oh, you thought I was done posting content about this past week’s Digital Marketing Forum? No, no. still have some goodies left. Some you might of already seen, but there’s plenty you haven’t yet.
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NOVEMBER 2, 2010 Book Review: Social Media Marketing
With Social Media Marketing: Strategies for Engaging in Facebook, Twitter & Other Social Media , the inimitable Liana “Li Evans has provided the definitive handbook for social media marketers. She provides an excellent taxonomy of the social media landscape, categorizing the different types of social media tools into: • Social News Sites (Digg, Reddit, Kirtsy, etc.).
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MARCH 29, 2011 Marketing with Videos: What’s Wrong with the Script?
I was shocked to read some sample scripts for video commercials being filmed at the studios of iMotionVideo last week in Orlando. Since videos are posted to YouTube and other video directories besides their own website pages, their viewers need to know who the commercial is for. Digg this! Share this on Facebook. But others…OMG, it’s just sad. Less is more.
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MARCH 24, 2010 Meet the captain of the world’s first viral marketing success
YouTube was brand new. Facebook was just being opened to the public. Until the day we’re all chained to computer screens 24/7, consumers will continue to want contact with brands in many different ways and places, from in-store sampling to event marketing to fantastic customer service to active support for charitable causes. . Digg this! Share this on Facebook. . Can you imagine being in charge of marketing and watch your product become the first-ever “viral” success story? . It was just five years ago. What were the results? Pete, final question.
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MARKETING INTERACTIONS Are your words the ones your customers use? - Marketing Interactions
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