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August 18, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

For the Last Time: Please Don’t Tweet and Drive!
Frank Reed says:

Will there eventually be the social media version of drunk driving called a DWT (driving while tweeting)? Based on the bizarre story that has come out of Hollyweird, it may not be a bad idea.

I realize that People magazine is not a usual source for Marketing Pilgrim stories but this was just too bizarre (while very sad as well).According to the celebrity mag

Dr. Frank Ryan, plastic surgeon to Heidi

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Another Search Firm Embraces Exchange-Traded Display Ads says:


Hearst-owned iCrossing taps DataXu to support real-time ad optimization and bidding for display ad campaigns.
“What’s Next” with the “Like” and “Tweet” Button?
Ryan Shell says:

I was thinking about how to start this post and a line from a previousblog postcame to mind,

“As a marketer it’s always helpful to keep the question of, “What’s next?” top of mind”

The question of “What’s next?” is a challenging question as your essentially trying to figure out the next “it,” but you can also use that question to figure out how new tools could be integrated wit

How Can You Learn Marketing From The Grateful Dead?
Lee Odden says:

Sometimes we learn best about doing things in new and innovative ways by understanding them in terms of something we already know. Stories provide useful context and perspective and that’s exactly what David Meerman Scott has done with his latest book that’s just been announced: “Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead: What Every Business Can Learn from the Most Iconic Band in

Germans Can Opt-Out of Street View
Frank Reed says:

Google continues to jump through various hoops to help limit the privacy concerns that their Street View efforts have caused in Europe. In order to hopefully stop any more backlash in Germany, Google is allowing for buildings to be opted out of Street View. Owners of buildings have until September 15th to do this.

TechCrunch tells us

Google made their “opt out of street view” service live in Ger

Former Kodak CMO: Shorten Up Those Elevator Pitches says:


Jeffrey Hayzlett said brands must also tap social networks to engage, educate, excite, and evangelize – and shape product development.
What to Watch Out for When Running a Foursquare Campaign
Megan Conley says:

When you decide to run a Foursquare campaign for your business, make sure all of your employees know what Foursquare is.

How Much Should You Spend On SEO?
Jennifer Horowitz says:

It’s a tough question, especially in a bad economy.

The question really begs another question –what is your goal for your site?

If you are operating it as a real business where you hope to either supplement your current income or rely on it as your sole source of income – then you need to be prepared to invest in search (it’s often the foundation of your marketing and a consi

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