Leave it to Levis to come up with a better video the day after I post their previous attempt in my “best of” picks for ’08. Nice work! Careful with this one though, it makes you cringe a bit. I’m all the more impressed if this is the work of Wieden + Kennedy who has
Friday, 19 December 2008 by SEO'Brien
Yesterday’s contemplation of “Viral Marketing” led me on an exploration of the best and worst our industry had to offer this year. Here are some thoughts on best practices. Levis How do we know this for Levis? Nothing more than the classic patch on the back. One of my favorites. Be careful of the source
…. If you are anything like me, you have dozens or hundreds of active bloggers that you like to follow. Combined with friends and family, coworkers, and witty peers, you can quickly find yourself under a mountain of updates, pokes, and tweets. Worse case, you become overwhelmed and abandon the platforms entirely. Dozens of twitter
On the radio today, I heard some laughter over the Jesse Jackson Jr. / Rod Blagojevich “scandal” (?); primarily, that Jackson’s handlers have taken offense at CNN’s labeling Jackson an ‘informant.’ The amusement stems from, with few exceptions, the fact that for all intents and purposes, that’s exactly what he is. Spokesman Kenneth Edmonds described
Leave it to a bunch of Marketers to turn a night of binge drinking into a Case Study. SMX brought us a lot of things, news of sophistication at SEOmoz, a fantastic night out for an old school Yahoo! Shopping vet and the new guard, catching up on who’s who and who’s left, and Big
It is an important question these days. My own article “The Algorithm Apparently Killed Jeeves” reached the homepage of digg, bringing down my servers with thousands of hits a minute. While such traffic growth is rarely sustained beyond a day, the buzz, links created to your site, and broad reach awareness generated are immeasurably valuable.