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March 8, 2011

readings in social media and pr for mar 8 2011

oh yeah! -- Vector

Sometimes we could all use a 'squid launcher!'

Here is what I am reading today!

“it’s worth checking out this free summary on the best social media stats, facts, and marketing research of 2010.”

“Talk about game changers. The popularity of games on Facebook and other social-networking sites coupled with the proliferation of games on smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices is powering a mini-explosion in the video game industry.”

“Once simply a counterpart to brick-and-mortar retail, e-commerce has quickly become an independent force in fashion — one that shows no signs of curbing its exponential growth. In just a few years, e-commerce has become an integral retail component for monolithic brands, department stores and fledgling designers alike. Furthermore, from Etsy to eBay, Net-a-Porter to Gilt Groupe, the net of fashion retailers that exists solely online has never been cast so wide. These four properties have proven the power of directly connecting buyers and sellers, as well as the potential for high-fashion sales online. Now, numerous startups are following in these e-tailers’ footsteps, while simultaneously redefining the e-commerce landscape.”

“Donald Trump knows a thing or two about the entertainment industry and despite many experts who believe Charlie may need some sort of rehab, The Donald feels differently, dubbing the 45-year-old actor “a winner” and claiming that he is “not doing so bad.” “Well, I’m actually saying he’s a winner,” Donald told Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush today during an interview. “I know charlie. He’s not doing so badly. I thought he be a wreck. I think so far Charlie’s been a winner.”

So does Donald want to cast him on the next season of the Celebrity Apprentice?”


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