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Did You Know Britney Spears is on Twitter?

Over the past couple days there has been some chatter in the social media space about Britney Spears joining Twitter (@therealbritney) as part of her new website which just launched.  Well, Britney didn’t just join Twitter but also has accounts on YouTube, MySpace and Facebook.  However, I am more impressed with her and her team’s […]

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Content is Nothing if it’s Not Authoritative: Creating an Effective Content Strategy

Content is Nothing if it’s Not Authoritative: Creating an Effective Content Strategy

Here is a guest post by Kari Rippetoe who blogs over at The Caffeinated Blog Ok, I’m a fan of Dancing With The Stars (we all have out guilty pleasures, right?). So, the other day I was watching retired NFL player Warren Sapp dance the samba, which basically consisted of him standing around shaking his […]

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Pixelated Conference Series – Inbound Marketing/Social Media

For Day 3 of our Pixelated Conference Series (you can read more about what this is from Chris Brogan, Mitch Joel and Bryan Eisenberg), we are going to explore two popular topics which complement one another, inbound marketing and social media.  If you missed the previous two days of this conference, make sure you check […]

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Creating a Web Presence for Your Company

Creating a Web Presence for Your Company

We will continue with Day 3 of our Pixelated Conference Series tomorrow.  In the meantime, you can check out our two previous conferences on productivity and personal branding.  But, today we have a guest post from Susan Payton.  Susan Payton is the Managing Partner of Egg Marketing & Public Relations, as well as the blogger […]

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When Your Brand Becomes the Product

When Your Brand Becomes the Product

Red Bull was founded by Dietrich Mateschitz and officially launched in 1987.  Ten years after its launch Red Bull was finally brought to the United States first being introduced in California.  In 2000 Red Bull had approximately $1 billion in worldwide sales.  In 2006 more than 3 billion cans of Red Bull were sold in […]

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