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January 28, 2010

How to Integrate YouTube Into Events

Prepare to ditch the creative briefs and the commercial-quality stuff. It’s time to go YouTube. The video sharing web site that’s getting more press lately than Britney’s breakdown (well almost) is making its mark on events with brands from Jeep to Intel to Shell getting on board and getting some play. Whether they’re creating the...

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January 28, 2010

Websites Extend the Lifespan of Live Events

Having a web presence as part of a fully integrated event campaign is no longer a nice add-on; it’s now an almost expected part of the mix both for b-to-b and consumer events. But marketers are taking the medium to the next level.

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January 28, 2010

How to Protect Sponsorships from Fallen Stars

It’s all fun and games until somebody loses the series—or fails a drug test or wrecks that shiny new race car or gets arrested or burns a house down or well you catch our drift. Can your sports sponsorship stand on its own if your team (or its marquee athlete) doesn’t perform? As any experienced...

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January 28, 2010

How to Scout for Emerging Musical Talent in Local Markets

Any brand with enough money can attach itself to the biggest music acts in the world. But finding a lesser-known band—one that hasn’t hit iTunes or the Billboard charts yet—can be more difficult. Hooking on with an up-and-coming band that has a following in a given market can give a brand instant credibility among the...

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