In this week's episode, Robert and I look at the phone number list implications of a new format for Google search results that could eventually allow any brand to integrate a dedicated Twitter-like feed. We feel trouble. Next, we explain why The phone number list New York Times' recent acquisition of hello society is a big deal and agree with one author's assessment that we're in the midst of a social media engagement crisis.
Finally, we reflect on a Google evangelist's decision to launch a newsletter and build an audience. Elks and raves include the phone number list world's most interesting man savvy reboot of Dos Equis, the phone number list future of news editing and human-vs-robot-generated content. This old marketing example from this week: Hydraulic Pressed Steel Company.
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Google Lets Celebrities and Businesses Publish Directly in Search Results (8:30 a.m.): Google has started experimenting with a whole new format for search results, which could eventually allow any brand, celebrity or organization to create a dedicated feed of Twitter-like. in the phone number list company's search engine. Google says this service will be free, but Robert and I are very skeptical. We fear that phone number list as this new service rolls out more widely, there will be plenty phone number list of opportunities for brands to “game” the system.