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Nine brands making great use of Instagram, and one that isn’t

Once a fairly niche mobile app, Instagram grabbed the world’s attention in April when it was snapped up by Facebook for a cool $1bn. That useful piece pf PR, coupled with the launch of an Android version of the app, has seen its number of users grow from 15m to 80m since the beginning of

 
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72 Fascinating Social Media Marketing Facts and Statistics for 2012

Social media and inbound marketing techniques have been a boon for marketers. Not only do leads generated through social and content marketing cost half as much as traditional outbound-generated leads (see below), they also close at higher rate (again, see below). And social media isn’t just about lead generation of course. While prospective buyers are

 
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Acer introduces Windows 8 all-in-one U Series at Computex 2012

Acer just introduced two Windows 8-equipped U Series all-in-one desktops here at Computer 2012 in Taipei — the 27-inch Aspire 7600U and 23-inch Aspire 5600U. The 7600U features a 64-point capacitive multitouch tilt and swivel display and is only 3.5cm (1.38 inches) thick, while the 5600U is billed as “the thinnest AIO available” (no numbers

 
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Dropbox PR disaster – How backup service lost it’s online reputation in just 24 hours

Via Scoop.it – MarketingHitsOnline file storage cloud service Dropbox had a PR disaster today when they allowed anybody access to their 25 million accounts without a password.Show original

 
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10 Reasons Why PR Professionals Should Be Using Social Video

Via Scoop.it – MarketingHitsSo as many social media responsibilities are being taken on by PR departments, we are seeing public relations teams becoming more actively involved in the creation and deployment of social video content. Viral videos, branded entertainment, web series videos and video game trailers top the list along with original, entertaining product launch

 
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