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A Sensationalist Blog Post Title

I'm ready for Groupon

If you want to see what sensationalist blog post title looks like, here you go…

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When Contemporary Opera Goes Viral

Two Boys English National Opera

As you might have guessed, this is not just another funny Youtube viral poking fun at contemporary culture and social networking.

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New research shows… wait for it!

HubSpot Making Friends on Social Networks

The suspense builds… you’ll just have to click “read more” to find out!

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According to Klout Score Fluffy Links Influences Super Blogger Robert Scoble

Klout thinks Fluffy Links Influence Robert Scoble - Dream on

It’s true, Fluffy Links is now bigger than Super Blogger Robert Scoble, or so it would seem.

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T-Mobile in Angry Birds Faux Pas?

Angry Birds Real T-Mobile

A fun idea, an expensive idea, but what exactly did T-Mobile get out of it?

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Go on Mr Reagle, tell us something we don’t know

Is Joseph Michael Reagle Jr’s ‘Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia’ a bit of genius, or just another marketing book stating the obvious?

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Free Coffee from McDonalds

McDonalds free coffee pour

Last year McDonalds ran a great outdoor campaign to promote their “Free Coffee” promotion. McDonald’s Canada president John Betts said the promotion is an attempt to lure in customers “and those who haven’t been visiting for a little bit.” Advertising Agency: Cossette West, Canada Creative Director: Bryan Collins, Rob Sweetman Copywriter: Michael Milardo Art Director: […]

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