All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘moms’

Google Sets Up Mother’s Day Page To Suggest Gift Ideas And More

Mother’s Day is quickly approaching. Do you have all the preparations ready to celebrate the most important woman in your life? If not, Google’s got your back. Google announced today that it has launched a special Mother’s Day page to help sons and daughters everywhere plan an extra special day for their mothers. The page includes a gift guide (with …

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Skyrim Mom Is The Best Mom

In what is possibly the greatest idea ever, Bethesda’s community manager, Nick Breckon, had his 65-year-old mother play Skyrim while he tweeted her comments. The tweets range from goofy to outright hilarious, but are always entertaining. Let’s take a look at a few of the best, shall we? A bumpy start: @SkyrimMomSkyrim MomMy mom started playing Skyrim last night. Her …

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Google Finds Moms to Be Search Pros

Google recently partnered with BabyCenter on a joint research study looking at how moms use search. Google says they arrived at four truths about moms and search:

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Moms Are Fans Of Facebook And Twitter

Retailers trying to influence moms should pay attention to social media, according to a new Retail Advertising and Marketing Association survey conducted by BIGresearch.

Women with children at home are more likely to use Facebook (60.3%), MySpace (42.4%) and Twitter (16.5%) than average adults (50.2%, 34.4%, 15%, respectively), according to the survey. Additionally, 15.3 percent maintain their own blog.

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Aftermath Of The Motrid Ad Debacle

Last week there was a lot of uproar in the social media space about a Motrin Ad that caused Motrin to pull the ad within 2 days of launching it and post an apology on their site. Judging by this and the negative press it got, it seemed like a failure. However, in my last post I outlined few key measures to see if the ad was a success or a failure.

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Motrin’s Ad Causes Online Backfire

Four years ago, an online storm erupted over the best-selling bicycle lock brand in the USA and how anyone could open the lock with a simple ball-point pen.

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