Posts Tagged: brands_on_the_web

How Brands and Marketing Have to Adapt to this New Worldwide Real Time “Word of Mouth”

There was an interesting discussion at LeWeb09 conference about brands on the social web. On the panel hosted by Chris Brogan were Richard Binghammer from Dell, Steve Rubel from Edelman Digital, Seth Sternberg from Meebo, Matthias Lüfkens from the World

How Brands and Marketing Have to Adapt to this New Worldwide Real Time “Word of Mouth”

There was an interesting discussion at LeWeb09 conference about brands on the social web. On the panel hosted by Chris Brogan were Richard Binghammer from Dell, Steve Rubel from Edelman Digital, Seth Sternberg from Meebo, Matthias Lüfkens from the World

When Companies Start Lying to their Customers

(Shortlink to this post: http://wp.me/pbfMz-deLTw) Imagine one of those great startups of the past. With a charismatic founder; a purpose; lots of passion; and a culture energized by being different from the old, big established incumbents. The company struck a

When Companies Start Lying to their Customers

(Shortlink to this post: http://wp.me/pbfMz-deLTw) Imagine one of those great startups of the past. With a charismatic founder; a purpose; lots of passion; and a culture energized by being different from the old, big established incumbents. The company struck a

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Brands that Get It: Hampstead Tea

http://www.hampsteadtea.com/ I’m a coffee drinker. But when I spotted these beautiful elegant packs in my bio store, I had to have it. But these guys don’t just get it when it comes to design. They’re also quite good at social networking.

www.hampsteadtea.com

Brands that Get It: Hampstead Tea

http://www.hampsteadtea.com/ I’m a coffee drinker. But when I spotted these beautiful elegant packs in my bio store, I had to have it. But these guys don’t just get it when it comes to design. They’re also quite good at social networking.

To Hell with Flash!

Flash is the antithesis of all achievements of the web: transparency, dialogue, participation. A dinosaur of the internet-as-medium metaphor. And therefore, a dead man walking. The last proof I needed came with the new Deutsche Telekom sustainability campaign website (I

To Hell with Flash!

Flash is the antithesis of all achievements of the web: transparency, dialogue, participation. A dinosaur of the internet-as-medium metaphor. And therefore, a dead man walking. The last proof I needed came with the new Deutsche Telekom sustainability campaign website (I

Mind your own dirt, please, Deutsche Telekom!

Deutsche Telekom has just launched an environmental image campaign (watch TV spot here) that’s debatable in several aspects. Only the smallest slip is the campaign website at http://www.millionen-fangen-an.de. While the site puts Flash to a really beautiful use, a non-Flash

Mind your own dirt, please, Deutsche Telekom!

Deutsche Telekom has just launched an environmental image campaign (watch TV spot here) that’s debatable in several aspects. Only the smallest slip is the campaign website at http://www.millionen-fangen-an.de. While the site puts Flash to a really beautiful use, a non-Flash

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How Associated Press plans to regain control over online news distribution

How Associated Press plans to regain control over online news distribution Niemanlab.org’s post of the original AP internal decision paper about how to control and monetize the distribution of their news content on the Internet. Contains a very interesting analysis

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How Associated Press plans to regain control over online news distribution

How Associated Press plans to regain control over online news distribution Niemanlab.org’s post of the original AP internal decision paper about how to control and monetize the distribution of their news content on the Internet. Contains a very interesting analysis

In the Facebook Web

The web is slowly recovering from the repercussions to Facebook’s Friendfeed acquisition. I followed comment threads on posts from Friendfeed co-founder Paul Buchheit and many long-time users, among them famous blogger Robert Scoble who didn’t stop recommending the FF service

In the Facebook Web

The web is slowly recovering from the repercussions to Facebook’s Friendfeed acquisition. I followed comment threads on posts from Friendfeed co-founder Paul Buchheit and many long-time users, among them famous blogger Robert Scoble who didn’t stop recommending the FF service