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Associated Press: You Stink.

I love newspapers, I love journalists, I love a well researched article written with intelligence and the bigger picture in mind.  I love knowing that I can get information about what’s going on in the world, from people whose profession it is to suss it out and tell the story.  And until this morning I [...]

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Is Nesquik King of the Interactive Advertisement?

If you have a craving for chocolate milk, it’s no coincidence. It seems Nesquik – the drink that “you can’t drink slow if it’s Quik” – is spending super major, buku bucks to ramp up its interactive and multimedia advertising. Nesquik’s adoption of interactive media isn’t new, however. The brand’s been shakin’ things up for [...]

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Style.com Adds Juice to Apple's iPhone With Couture and More

Invitation to New York Fashion Week get lost in the mail? Ours too. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get your fishtail-train fix. Thanks to Style.com, the Spring ’09 ready-to-wear collections of Charles Nolan, Diane Von Furstenberg, Preen and 14 other designers are now available via an application made exclusively for iPhone and iPod Touch. [...]

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News Wrap-Up: Online Media Partnerships, Quarter Reports, and How Much People Love the iPhone

This July, we’re seeing several different web-related trends. First, one of the few things that’s hotter than the weather is the iPhone, and by association, mobile web. Second, at the end of the quarter, some large online/tech companies suffer from disappointing financial reports while others continue flourishing. And lastly, many of these media giants are [...]

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Copywriting Tip: Drop the Hyphen… Words, Unite!

You might be feeling correct whenever you write “email” by its traditional spelling “e-mail.” But did you know that many consider the hyphen to be superfluous and anachronistic? In fact, some resent the hyphen so much that they have a petition against it. Today, the more appropriate spelling of web-based terms tends to avoid hyphens [...]

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Internet (and Green) Marketing Lessons from Wal-Mart PR Stunts

As the largest private employer in the world and the most popular grocery retailer in the nation, Wal-Mart’s success was nothing to sneeze at. In recent years, however, the corporation hit several snafus due to higher volumes of bad publicity. The makeover of Wal-Mart has been underway for several years as a response to a [...]

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