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5 Free Twitter Unfollow Tool to Unfollow Non-Followers

Twitter is best marketing and promotional tool for Blogging but only if it is used effectively. When I started using Twitter 6 years back, I had no idea about marketing benefits of Twitter. I was tweeting like an amateur and followed users without thinking twice. Over the time, after understanding the big pain of social media noise, I started decluttering my social media account. To start with, I become vary particular about accounts I follow [...]
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Edelman survey says consumers want their entertainment selfie-style

Me. Me. Me. It’s all about the me! A new survey from Edelman shows that consumers are taking control over what they watch, when and how they watch, rendering the old TV Guide virtually obsolete.
Binge-watching online is up from 86% to 94% here in the US. In China, 99% of respondents said they’ve binge-watched their favorite shows. 72% do it because they simply want to know what happens next. (This is me, binge-watching old seasons of 24). 57% said they do it to feel “caught up” and a handful simply want to avoid being spoiled by friends who have already seen it, so they hop online and get up to speed.
Binge-watching is bad news for TV advertisers but it’s good for online providers and the shows themselves. Around the world, people are as likely to share information about their entertainment choices as they are to share information about their friends. Can you believe what happened on Game of Thrones!!! Oh, and Susan had her baby. . . but man that battle was insane!
For those who think th…

Marketing Day: ESPN Winning World Cup, Twitter Taps Bing Translation, Daily Show Mocks Glass

Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.
From Marketing Land:

ESPN Scores World Cup Win With Clips Integrated Into Google Search

According to a report on Recode.com today, Google has entered into a partnership with ESPN, directing World Cup related searches to ESPNFC.com where fans can watch game highlights. “Google doesn’t have much other choice if it wants to direct its searchers to video, since ESPN is the only publisher with rights to the English-language game footage […]

Nissan Invites Facebook Fans To Crowdsource Customized Titan Pickup Truck

This week, Nissan is asking its Facebook fans to help build the “ultimate off-road capable full-size truck for the adventure of a lifetime.” Called Project Titan, the effort invites fans to choose custom modifications for a 2014 Nissan Titan that two Wounded Warrior Project Alumni will then pilot through the Alaskan wilderness this summer. Fans […]

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Looking for something? Go Google My Business

At some point, not to long ago, Google went from being a proper noun to a verb. Has that ever happened before?
Google, googling and googled are also words that you can look up in the dictionary and they all refer to the action of searching for something online. It’s pretty amazing. Does anyone ever say I’m going to “Bing” it or “AltaVista” it? No but I digress, as I often do.
This post is all about the new “Google My Business” dashboard which will soon be taking the place of “Places for Business” and the “Google+ Dashboard.” If you were using either of those two services, your data will automatically migrate over to the new platform. If you weren’t using those services – why not? Go now and sign up for Google My Business – it’s free and it makes it really easy to keep your information up-to-date across multiple channels. (I can’t stand it when Google says a business is open until a certain time and I drive there only to find the place actually closes two hours earlier!)

Here’s all the th…