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Time Magazine’s Perfect Publicity Ploy

A Time magazine cover photo of a woman breast-feeding her nearly four-year-old son quickly became an Internet sensation, and boosted Time’s subscriptions. | MORE »

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Time Magazine’s Perfect Publicity Ploy

A Time magazine cover photo of a woman breast-feeding her nearly four-year-old son quickly became an Internet sensation, and boosted Time’s subscriptions. | MORE »

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Facebook and Microsoft Unveil Additional Ways to Reach Consumers

In advance of Facebook’s IPO, two new offerings expand its ability to help brands reach and connect with consumers. | MORE »

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Facebook and Microsoft Unveil Additional Ways to Reach Consumers

In advance of Facebook’s IPO, two new offerings expand its ability to help brands reach and connect with consumers. | MORE »

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Romney’s Non-Apology About ‘High Jinks’ Does Him No Favors

A Washington Post report about Mitt Romney’s prep school years forces his campaign into crisis management mode. | MORE »

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Romney’s Non-Apology About ‘High Jinks’ Does Him No Favors

A Washington Post report about Mitt Romney’s prep school years forces his campaign into crisis management mode. | MORE »

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Pinterest Stress? New Plug-In May Be What the Doctor Ordered

Content providers on WordPress can now auto-pin their pages to Pinterest and track statistics related to their pinning efforts. | MORE »

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Pinterest Stress? New Plug-In May Be What the Doctor Ordered

Content providers on WordPress can now auto-pin their pages to Pinterest and track statistics related to their pinning efforts. | MORE »

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Key to Feel-Good Social Media: Prompting Self-Disclosures

New Harvard research indicates that sharing one’s own opinions and attitudes on social networks taps into the brain’s pleasure center. | MORE »

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Key to Feel-Good Social Media: Prompting Self-Disclosures

New Harvard research indicates that sharing one’s own opinions and attitudes on social networks taps into the brain’s pleasure center. | MORE »

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