Monthly Archives: December 2009


American Airlines thankful for ‘Up in the Air’ this holiday season 7

Share What industry consistently frustrates people to no end? It’s an easy answer: airlines. That’s why the movie ‘Up in the Air’ has been an absolute blessing for American Airlines. First, the company did not pay for product placement in the movie. They simply helped with the filming of the […]


2009 Year in Review: Best of Facebook 4

ShareYesterday RaceTalk presented you with “The Best of YouTube” as the first of three posts on the most memorable and entertaining social media moments in 2009.  Today’s post brings you gems from your favorite social network and mine, Facebook. RaceTalk’s Best of Facebook 2009: 1) You Like This: In 2009 […]

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2009 Year in Review: Best of YouTube 11

ShareAs 2009 comes to an end, it’s time to look back at some of the memorable social media moments during the year. This is the first in a series of three posts that will look back at a few of the most entertaining and groundbreaking occurrences on YouTube, Facebook and […]


Riddle Me This: McDonald’s to Offer Free Wi-Fi in All Locations 3

Share This morning while driving into work I was listening to the radio and the DJ announced in his morning news wrap up that McDonald’s will now be offering free Wi-Fi in all of its locations. Normally when a popular destination announces a new, convenient service, I feel overjoyed. However, […]

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Nutella

When Nutella = Healthy 8

Share As any PR or marketing practitioner knows, it’s all in the messaging. Disneyland is not merely an amusement park, but “the happiest place on earth;” Visa is not just a credit card, “it’s everywhere you want to be;” and now thanks to a new ad campaign Nutella is no […]


google becomes gatekeeper

Google Becomes Gatekeeper 4

Share Jefferson Graham reported today in USA Today that Google has made changes this week allowing publishers more control over their content that is searchable via the web giant. What does this mean for individuals searching for content via Google? The company’s senior business product manager Josh Cohen wrote on […]