Tag results for "trends" for April 2008
  • Every Breath We Take
    A dark shadow might have fallen across his face when he heard ...
  • The Futurist: Bringing Home the Beacon
    OMG, I am so busted. That love bracelet Julie gave me last ...
  • Google CEO Foresees Advertising, Technology Cozying Up
    [Trends] For Google, advertising nirvana occurs when the search giant can return ...
  • Branded Entertainment Offers TV Ad Bonanza
    [Trends] The frequency of branded entertainment on TV doesn't seem to be ...
  • Consumers Cut Back On Everything But Driving, Study Finds
    [Trends] "Gas prices are already affecting vehicle sales in every segment, and ...
  • How Gas Prices Affect Shopping Habits
    Oct Apr +/-
    Eat out less often 38% 53%
  • Nowhere to Run
    While researching a cover story for Forbes, I hit a snag. I ...
  • Recession Will Alter The Way Consumers Buy
    Today's housing crisis, rising gas prices and volatile stock market may be ...
  • [In]sight: The Luddites Ride Again
    Soon after the American Revolution, the British found themselves embroiled in another ...
  • The Biz: Play Russian Roulette
    I don't care what part of the media business you're in - ...
  • Low-Hanging Fruit Can Feed Brands Well Into The Future
    [Trends] Many companies will choose branded social networks to generate these benefits. ...
  • Going Mental
    Mike Hess spends many of his waking hours poking around inside people's ...
  • GE's Earnings Estimates Drop Ripples Across Corporate America
    When General Electric sneezed on Friday, everyone else caught pneumonia. The blue-chip ...
  • Summer Of Change Coming
    I know that we're barely into spring, but I'm finding it hard ...
  • Not Struggling, But Still Nervous
    Sarah Mahoney's article today on "tight around the middle" really hit home. ...
  • Dead Celebrity Walking: Latest Post-Mortem Popularity Rankings
    [Trends] Most marketers use Q data to assess the existing appeal and ...
  • There's No Such Thing As Free!
    Free is the next big thing, according to Chris Anderson, editor of ...
  • Scandal Boosts Business At The Mayflower Hotel
    The Mayflower Hotel--where then-New York Gov. Eliot L. Spitzer's purported assignation with ...
  • Nielsen: Viewers Were TV-Loyal During Strike
    The four-month-long writers' strike this winter had little effect on overall TV ...
  • Meet Jimbo
    Wikipedia's founder, Jimmy Wales (who prefers to go by Jimbo), is quite ...
  • Late Regulation
    When your business is the gathering and sale of consumer information, you're ...
  • I Got Rhythm
    "Protect yourself," I read, "use the rhythm method." But I'm not even ...
  • Deconstruction: Money Where Your Mouth Is
    A couple of weeks ago, I received an e-mail solicitation from the ...
  • Aperture: Enabling, One Day at a Time
    Calm yourself. Believe it or not, Cumulative Accelerated Dynamic Change (CADC) is ...
  • Behavioral Focus: Standard Deviation
    If you're evaluating your options in behavioral advertising, then the issue of ...