Posts Tagged ‘BP’

Adtech San Francisco 2012

Spring is right around he corner and so isĀ  AdTech San Francisco! Adtech San Francisco is an annual interactive marketing conference and exhibition that delivers an informative look at the world of digital media and advertising. The San Francisco conference will take place this April 3-4 at the Moscone Center West. [ | | | […]

2010 in Review: A Breakthrough Year for Marketers and Consumers

As we get ready to to break out the champagne and prepare to toast to the new year–2011 is less than 48 hours away!–we’d be remiss in not looking back at how the internet evolved from another mode of communication into a highly influential branding platform. [ | | | | | | | | […]

AM Affiliate: Yahoo!’s Top Searches of 2010, New Net Neutrality, + More

– “Like-Retargeting” on Facebook can mean higher offline conversions–a critical measure of success during the holidays–for brands. [ClickBooth] – You own Wikipedia. [Seth Godin] – Stop apologizing for incorrectly delivered email drops by testing. [MediaPost] – The World Cup, BP, and Miley Cyrus are Yahoo!’s top searches of 2010. [Mashable] – New, official net neutrality […]

Late-Breaking Links: Yahoo Suffering Identity Crisis?, Free Wi-Fi in NYC, + More

– That Facebook alternative we (and everyone else you know) were all abuzz about? The source code’s just been made public. [Mashable] – The alpha version of the software is available for download as well. [Diaspora] – Meanwhile Facebook’s job search application gets $6M in funding. [Mashable] – BP now finds itself well outside of […]

AM Affiliate: BP Photoshop Faux Pas, Facebook Loses Ground, & More

– BP has admitted to Photoshopping their images from the oil crisis. It’s how selective memory works! [Gizmodo] – Do you agree or disagree with this piece about how Google’s ever-growing influence as a search giant shouldn’t be subject to government review? [MediaPost] – Despite achieving predicted growth of a half-billion users, Facebook may be […]

AM Affiliate: Infographic Breaks Down BP’s Long-Term Damage to Environment & More

– E-mail marketing as a more personal way of engaging with consumers where Facebook and Twitter may fail. [MediaPost] – Esquire takes us back to web 1.0 with 15 websites that were gone too soon. [Esquire] – Meet Wildfire: A Groupon-style app for brands on Facebook to present coupons to their fans. [InsideFacebook] – Despite […]

AM Affiliate: Facebook Now Recognizes Your Face, Internet Marketing’s Survival Strategy, & More

– Sure technophiles may champion this as a landmark achievement for social media, but there’s still something unsettling about the fact that Facebook’s photo album application can now detect faces in uploaded JPEGs from its users. [Facebook] – Catharine P. Taylor argues that the world doesn’t need another Facebook–especially from Google. We beg to differ. […]

This Is What the BP Oil Spill Would Look Like in New York City

IfItWasMyHome.com is a website that lets you re-create the BP oil spill in your own backyard. Here is what it would look like if the disaster originated in Manhattan, before spreading out to the rest of New York City. Click through for more screenshots. [ | | | | | | | | | | […]

AM Affiliate: Kevin Costner to Save World from BP, MySpace Seeks Reinvention, & More

– No affiliate marketer is ever too successful to heed this handy pie chart provided by Shawn Collins. The most alarming observations? That of the affiliates surveyed, the top two most important attributes in choosing which merchants to promote were payout and brand awareness. Least important attribute? The allowance of incentivized traffic. [Affiliate Tip] – […]

AM Affiliate: Duck vs. BP, Farmville Invades 7-Eleven, & More Apple Security Woes

– As a generation of web junkies, our ability to retain information is rapidly diminishing. [TECHi] – But on the flip-side, Monday also saw the graduation of the first class of Microsoft High School. [FastCompany] – This is “Duck vs. BP”–a free appavailable for download from the iTunes store. The aim of the game is […]