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Ideals Can No Longer Be Manufactured: What Does This Mean for Brands and Advertisers?

January 29, 2014 by Edward Boches

Unilever

Nearly all consumers — 87 percent — think that business should place equal weight on both social and business issues. But only a small percentage — 28 percent — believe that business is doing its share. Clearly there’s plenty of room to do more.[read more]

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Beyond “mere” Interactivity: Four Content Strategies that can Revitalize Your Brand

July 9, 2012 by Bob Duffy
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No matter how big or how small your enterprise, you can boost your relationship-building potential with your brand community by employing any of these four content strategy best practices in your own approach to online and social media engagement.[read more]

5 Organizations We're Thankful For

November 22, 2011 by Your Social Move

The Top 5 organizations we are thankful for this Thanksgiving. We encourage you to engage with these projects using social media (and perhaps a giving heart), and learn how to approach big problems with simple solutions.[read more]

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Five social media companies that might just change the world.

December 7, 2010 by Judy Shapiro
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Mashable is always one to have its pulse on the tech world and true to form, their current Fourth Annual Mashable Awards competition is on now with its 25 categories from “best game” to “best website.” But what distinguishes this year from previous years’ awards is that it has a whole new emphasis on “social good” marketing. In this year...[read more]

5 Ways To Solve The Crisis Of Corporate Social Responsibility

December 4, 2009 by Rohit Bhargava
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It may have been easy to miss if you don't work in the world of corporate led cause related marketing, but Corporate Social Responsibility (or CSR) programs are in the midst of a crisis. The subject of the debate mainly centers around two big issues: brand value and authenticity. On the one hand, CSR programs are attacked by shareholder...[read more]

 
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