If you're familiar with Facebook you will probably know about their "Like" button for recommending photographs and comment posts. Google has now launched a similar feature; +1. +1 is a recommendation vote for websites and ads served up in Google's search results and will be used to enhance personalized search results for those with activated Google profiles.
Just what is guerilla marketing? When a company takes to the streets to spread it's message: Whether you call it turbo-charged advertising or just an old-fashioned publicity stunt, these events create buzz and bring valuable PR to brands. Here's 7 of the best guerilla marketing events.
Is this insulting to most people? I think it is, but isn't any publicity good, even bad publicity?
@Nuklear-Kranium - Why so negative? Afraid you might learn something. this site is just for trivia, no need to resort to name calling.
Panda kidnappers! ;-)
Cardboard dinos fighting
From the page: Open Packet. Eat Nuts.
On pack of peanuts served on American Airlines
X-dogs fight Meoweto!
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The obvious gimmick of this SEO comic is the idea that Google is a protector of our wonderful Internet City and his/its main foe is the black hat techniques so many SEO companies utilize. As an honest and reputable SEO company you do your best to follow the guidelines and avoid any black hat techniques but when sites are ranking well and using tactics that Google forbids it can be hard to stay the course. Do you fall in line with the Black Hats of the world and follow similar practices that may end up hurting your client, but might save your account? Or do you stick with "writing quality content" that people will just link to naturally and use other white hat practices, but risk losing your client and your means for making a living.
Gettin' it on we'll be much easier in the future thanks to these forms of contraception.
We don't usually delve into celebrity news and scoops, but when I saw the specs on Perry Farrell's Venice, CA home that went up for sale several months ago, I know I just had to write it up here. The home sold on May 25, so unfortunately you can't count on me for the latest news about homes for sale (at least not yet) but the founder of Lollapalooza and front man of Janes Addiction's house is far too cool not to tell you about.
Save us from the Goatee Saver