Articles tagged with: Digital PR
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I enjoy reading thought provoking posts. More so considering those are few and far between on the internet.
Much of popular content on the web is around tutorials and ‘how- to’ type content. However, they are transient and have little commentary on deep think. And this is one reason I shy away from creating content around tutorials or platforms in particular.
And if one of the posts is from an influential bloggerati, it does elicit a lot of interest from users. As is the case with this post from Om Malik …
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The third in the series of Brainstorms- we try to find out the trends in the Asia Digital Marketing industry and trends. I brainstormed with Nick Fawbert of ‘Third Space’ (third in the series- by pure coincidence) and we had our viewpoints. Is Social Media a hype for Asia? Will marketers spend more on digital this year? Digital thought leadership, some advice and The substance, the hype and the trend…
online marketing, online media, rss, search engine marketing, singapore, social media, web 2.0 »
Comscore says, there are more than 60 billion searches conducted worldwide in any given month. (OK- they said this for Aug 2007, but the numbers can only go up right?)
An interesting and self sufficient study in itself- there are interesting takes on the growing influence of APAC users in search. I did a quick analysis on the various regions:
Unique Searchers (% of total)
Searches (% of total)
Middle East – Africa
APAC therefore, accounts for more than 1/3 of both total number of searchers and total searches worldwide! What makes it …
Emerging Technologies, online marketing, online media, rss, singapore, social media, start up, web 2.0 »
There is an almost sudden deluge of news articles about Online media. Forget about articles, there are new magazines launched (my guess is in the last one year or so) specifically for the new media- Internet and Mobile. This is specifically in Singapore and Hong Kong though I’m sure the trend replicates elsewhere in Asia as well.
Every other day, someone is found propagating the virtues of online media, and with me there have been instances where mainstream advertising people think Online is going to eat up all other media in the …