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#025: The Return of Moron Mountain

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By Scott Stratten Subscribe on iTunesRSS Feed On this episode of the UnPodcast, we returned to Moron Mountain, where we featured 6 different “morons,” ranging from the sender of a nasty LinkedIn rejection to a man who was willing to go on a shooting rampage in exchange for retweets, to a college student who caused her parents to lose $80,000. ...

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Four Types of Corporate Giving Programs

By Adam Weinger Did you know that in 2012, corporations donated over $18 billion to nonprofits? (Source: Giving USA’s 2012 Annual Report on Philanthropy for 2011). Has your organization looked into the many different forms of corporate giving? Although specifics vary for every company, here are four of the most popular types of corporate giving programs: 1. Community Grants Through ...

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How to Blog About a Boring Industry

By Amanda Clark Last week, the Grammar Chic blog raised a common question: Is your brand too boring for content marketing? You can probably guess what our answer was, even if you haven’t yet read our blog: No, there is no such thing as an industry that’s too boring for content marketing, no vertical that’s exempt from the mandate to ...

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Oscar Mayer Dives On #Whaling Trend With Wienermobile Vines (Video)

By Dusten Carlson Businesses and brands frequently capitalize on viral memes to mixed success, but what’s the harm in a little #whaling between Oscar Mayer’s Wienermobile team? The Wienermobile drivers (called “Hotdoggers”) are doing just that lately, capturing Vines of themselves #whaling in front of, on top of, and all around the iconic Oscar Mayer meat wagon during various pit-stops ...

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Driving B2B Traffic Without Using Google

By Jason Hulott With a perhaps over emphasis of company marketing spends being placed on Google and driving traffic from it, there are a large number of different platforms and techniques that B2B marketers should be investing in to widen their marketing activity. Relying on a single or a very few sources of traffic is not a good way to ...

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Sarah Jessica Parker Goes On Twitter Tirade

By Amanda Peterlin Sarah Jessica Parker went to Twitter last night to express her anger towards “Relationship Expert” Sarah J. Symonds. Unfortunately this rant was not about who owns the better ‘Sarah J.’ name, but Parker responding to rude comments about her children from Symonds. Symonds is unaware of the Golden Rule: treat others the way you want to be ...

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Say This 5 Times Fast: Your Twitter Marketing Cheat Sheet

By Rocket Post Social media sites are the go-to place. Whether you’re in politics, a tech start-up, or you’re an entrepreneur, you belong on the crazy train if you aren’t taking full advantage of what social media can offer your brand. If you are any kind of a societal human, you have at least one social account. But are you ...

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11 of the best things we found on the internet this week according to a very ambiguous set of parameters

By Christopher Ratcliff Unfortunately we can’t let you know too much about the complicated algorithm used to create this list. You’ll just have to fight over the subtle, ever-changing nuances yourselves. Just know that it works and if you play by our rules your gift is entertainment. If you’re bad… oh alright, you can still have the entertainment. I’m not ...

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10 interesting UK digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

By David Moth What do we want? Digital marketing stats! When do we want them? Now! Well here you are then, a selection of some of the most interesting digital marketing and ecommerce stats we’ve seen this week. The topics include digital agency revenues, Twitter customer service, mobile email, Motorola’s marketshare and the challenges facing CMOs. For more digital marketing ...

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