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Socia Media Users Suffering From New Malaise

Privacy concerns, boredom and a distancing from "superficial" contacts has led some some users to visit social media sites less frequently. | MORE »

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Twitter Watch: Obama’s Online Rep Suffers With Debt Ceiling Debate

While there wasn’t much positive Twitter chatter around President Obama’s role in the debt ceiling debate, a majority of the tweets were in fact neutral. | MORE »

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Twitter Watch: Obama’s Online Rep Suffers With Debt Ceiling Debate

While there wasn’t much positive Twitter chatter around President Obama’s role in the debt ceiling debate, a majority of the tweets were in fact neutral. | MORE »

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Quick Study: Digital Leaders Lack Resources for Keyword Research; Social Media Gives Food and Bev Execs a Bad ROI Taste

â–¶ Communicators Lag in Unlocking Keyword Combos: Keyword research—identifying the potential words and phrase combinations consumers could potentially type into the search box when they go online to find products and services—is vital to the … | MORE »

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Quick Study: Digital Leaders Lack Resources for Keyword Research; Social Media Gives Food and Bev Execs a Bad ROI Taste

â–¶ Communicators Lag in Unlocking Keyword Combos: Keyword research—identifying the potential words and phrase combinations consumers could potentially type into the search box when they go online to find products and services—is vital to the … | MORE »

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Social Media Gives Food and Bev Execs a Bad ROI Taste

While the ROI of social media efforts remains murky for many organizations, the food and beverage industry in particular is having trouble measuring its returns. | MORE »

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Digital Leaders Lack Resources for Keyword Research

For communicators, keyword research—a fundamental element to search engine optimization—is largely untapped due to a lack of resources and uncertainty surrounding its ROI. | MORE »

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Quick Study: Mobile Phone Users Dial Up Social Networking Sites; Customer Relaxation Techniques—New PR Tactic?

â–¶ PR Pros Should Brush Up on Mobile: Almost three-quarters (73%) of mobile phone users (both smartphones and other types) in the U.S. use their phones daily to visit social networking sites; sometimes more than … | MORE »

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PR Myth of the Month: Costs Outweigh Benefits of PR Research

Great research provides more than just a great starting point for a campaign. | MORE »

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PR Myth of the Month: Costs Outweigh Benefits of PR Research

Great research provides more than just a great starting point for a campaign. | MORE »

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