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Super Bowl LII Ads: Multichannel Campaigns Make Progress, But…

by Anna Maria  |  February 5, 2018

Brands advertisers on the Super Bowl are slowly coming around to making their $5 million investments part of an integrated multichannel experience. But there’s clearly more work to be done....

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Amazon vs. Google: The ugly side of Streaming

by Ted Chamberlin  |  December 7, 2017

I think we all anticipated that it was coming. The stakes are too high, the players are too stubborn and the revenue opportunities are too lucrative. Google is threatening to...

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Is Social Marketing Still....Social?

by Jay Wilson  |  June 23, 2017

The other day, Elizabeth Shaw and I were talking social marketing with some agency folks who mentioned that they no longer create purely organic content and campaigns on behalf of...

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From Nano to Massive to Bio: Gartner’s Cool Vendors in 3D Printing 2016

by Pete Basiliere  |  May 12, 2016

Entrepreneurial startups are pushing 3D printing’s boundaries. Check out these examples of the next generation of 3D print technology innovation in technology that benefits consumers and enterprises. The seven 3D...

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More Thinking About 3D Printing: Insights from CloudDDM, SAP, Source3 and UPS

by Pete Basiliere  |  January 19, 2016

2% of $1.8 trillion. Imagine if $36 billion of inventories were 3D-printed — in the USA alone. Following on my previous post, here are some thoughts on what several CES and...

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If Social Networks Were N'Sync

by Jenny Sussin  |  May 8, 2014

It's somewhat obvious that not all of today's social networks, or yesterday's for that matter, are going to make it in the biz, so in today's post, I want us...

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What Do the Fastest Growing Apps Have in Common?

by Jennifer Polk  |  October 30, 2013

In a recent post, Is Mobile the Final Frontier of Brand Loyalty, I offered a brief analysis of what it takes to create a mobile app that keeps users coming...

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Running Most Of the 100-Meter Dash

by Allen Weiner  |  August 16, 2012

In this wondrous Olympic year, who can resist a track and field metaphor? Picture this: Usain Bolt is blurring his way to the finish line in the 100 meter finals...

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The Admitting-You're-Wrong Dance: Accountability for Social Engagement

by Jenny Sussin  |  July 26, 2012

So Jimmy Kimmel does this thing on his show where he's started having celebrities read mean tweets that were posted in regards to the celebrities. These are definitely worth watching...

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File Under: Inevitable (it took way too long but it was inevitable)

by Mike Mcguire  |  August 17, 2011

Nice rundown on News.com on YouTube (Google) and its efforts to smooth (or smoother) their somewhat fractious relations with content rightsholders.  In this case, the online video giant's dualistic role as a music freak's treasure...

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