by: Gary Hayes
I don’t know what is in the blogosphere water at the moment but every day for the last 6 months or so we seem to get a new list or top 10/20/25/50. They seem to fall into 1 of 4 categories.
by: Roger Dooley
Innerscope Research has released the results of its biometric tests of the 2009 Super Bowl ads, and found that three of the top 5 ads seemed tied to the concerns people have about the current economy and financial security. The top scoring ads were:
1. CareerBuilder.com — It’s Time 2. Cash4Gold — Heeere’s Money 3. Castrol Oil — Monkeys 4. GoDaddy.com — Shower 5. Bud Light — Meeting
by: Jonathan Salem Baskin
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by: Joel Makower
At last, the climate revolution is getting -- well, consumer-friendly.
Online retailers find that consumer-generated content such as product reviews and ratings have a significant influence on consumer purchasing behavior.
by: Dominic Basulto
Many would claim that "innovation" remains the hottest buzzword in business today.
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