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  1. Don't Be Misled By Investment Advertising

    Investment companies and brokers want to sell. Unfortunately, this can result in ...
  2. The Green Marketing Machine

    Don't let corporations greenwash their dirty laundry. Learn how to spot a phony. ...
  3. Advertising, Crocodiles And Moats

    Memorable advertising is a brick in the fortress that keeps competitors at bay.
  4. The Power Of Branding

    It's the ultimate economic moat, and we look at the approaches and effects of good ...
  5. The phenomenon of Facebook, and the speed at which users joined and continue to join, is unprecedented. But just because a novelty is adopted by a large chunk of humanity, does that mean it’s inherently an economic powerhouse?

    How Doing Your 'Share' Has Enriched Facebook

    The phenomenon of Facebook, and the speed at which users joined and continue to join, ...
  6. Google's decision to go head-to-head with Amazon with a new same-day shopping service isn't just about cheap Cheerios, coffeemakers, and clothing.

    What's At Stake As Google Takes On Amazon?

    Google's decision to go head-to-head with Amazon with a new same-day shopping service ...
  1. Advertisers are now spending more on online ads than ever before. For investors, that means the time could be right to bet on the digital advertising players.

    Online Advertising Takes The Lead

    Advertisers are now spending more on online ads than ever before. For investors, ...
  2. Advertising isn’t just a way for Facebook and its ilk to perhaps earn a little bit of revenue in between hosting family photos and personal musings. It’s the very purpose of the site’s existence, and the same goes for Twitter and LinkedIn.

    How Facebook, Twitter, Social Media Make Money ...

    If you’re not paying for the product, the product is you. That's a truism that's ...
  1. How does Twitter (TWTR) make money?

    Learn how Twitter earns revenue, including the company's use of three targeted advertising streams and data farming and licensing.
  2. What are some examples of barter transactions?

    Learn how bartering involves the provision of goods or services in exchange for other goods or services, and review different ...
  3. What is market cannibalization?

    Market cannibalism is defined as the negative impact a company's new product has on the sales performance of existing products. ...
  4. What does greenwashing mean?

    The term "greenwashing" was added to the Oxford English dictionary in 1999, where it is defined as "disinformation disseminated ...
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