02 October 2014

MIT, Twitter team up on $10 million social media project
EIN News - 02 Oct 2014 18:01
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Allegheny Health Network Launches Social Media Drive to Build Hope for Those Affected by Cancer
MoneyShow.com - 02 Oct 2014 17:11
Allegheny Health Network (AHN) is focusing a new social media effort on building a community of hope for those affected by cancer. Using the hashtag Tell Cancer (#TellCancer), the Network is...

 

Apple Names A New Head Of PR
Business Insider - 02 Oct 2014 18:29
LinkedIn Apple has a new head of PR, at least for now. Steve Dowling is being promoted on an interim basis,...


Facebook launches its Like Button for mobile app developers
Venturebeat - Kia Kokalitcheva - 02 Oct 2014 18:30
Image Credit: Eric Blattberg/VentureBeat photo illustration Facebook is just creeping its way more and more into our digital lives, and today it launched its mobile Like Button for developers. Mobile developers can now embed a Like Button into their...

 

Early Warning From The Front Lines Of Marketing Activation
CMO.com - 02 Oct 2014 15:02
Last week, I was in London speaking at the B2B Marketing Leaders Conference . The week prior, I led a session at the Business Marketing Association ’s (BMA’s) annual New York Regional Conference. ...

 

5 B2B Takeaways from Social Media Week
Walker Sands Communications - Adam Miller - 30 Sep 2014 06:03
by , on September 29, 2014, filed under: Social Media This year’s fourth annual Social Media Week was once again filled with informative sessions and great networking opportunities. SMW Chicago...

 

Pharmaceutical Marketing Powerhouse Announces New Mobile Marketing Options
MHealth Watch - Michael Essany - 02 Oct 2014 17:32
When it comes to mobile marketing, most companies across a diverse array of industries have hopped on board. In fact, it’s easy to understand why, as many firms note that mobile users now account for...

 

Marketing firm hired to lead tourism campaign
Thousand Oaks Acorn - Stephanie Bertholdo - 02 Oct 2014 10:41
Chamber, cities boost efforts By Stephanie Bertholdo Haverstock The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce and the City of Agoura Hills are positioning the region as a destination spot...

 

Facebook says it will limit future research after controversial mood study
Venturebeat - Harrison Weber - 02 Oct 2014 19:02
Image Credit: Marco Paköeningrat In response to user protests over its controversial mood study, Facebook today said it has created “a new framework” which will limit and guide the way future research is conducted. Facebook vaguely states on its blog...


 

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