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January 28, 2010

Saturn Rolls On a Solar-Powered Tour

In 2001 Saturn relied on gas and diesel-powered trucks to tow its vehicles from coast to coast for its mobile tours. But a lot  has changed since then. Today the vehicles are doing the towing and the company is exploring new methods to reduce its carbon footprint while marketing its way across the country.

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January 28, 2010

Bringing Twitter to Life

In the beginning there was the meet up where people would get together in real life. Then there was the Internet where suddenly everyone met friends online chatted via instant message and stayed in touch by micro-blogging their daily lives on websites like Facebook and Twitter. Now online social circles are moving out of cyberspace...

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January 28, 2010

Using Web Portals Pre-event

Tapping into online communities before a live event allows a brand to learn a great deal about its target audiences’ behaviors and preferences. The insights can lead to more meaningful and relevant live experiences.

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January 28, 2010

Turning SMS Into Real-time Dialogue

Laptops were all the rage that is until cell phones turned into mini personal computers. Now consumers get sports updates the weather email photos and news—you name it—all on a device that fits in the palm of their hands. Through SMS (text messaging) they’re also communicating with each other faster than ever before.

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January 28, 2010

Food Network

Celebrity appearances are a perennial tactic in the event marketer’s cookbook. But there’s a new winning recipe on the rise: celebrity chefs. Popular Food Network stars like Emeril Lagasse and Rachael Ray have been cooking their way into America’s hearts for years. And cookware brands like All-Clad and Meyer have put these chefs’ signatures all...

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