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Non-Profit Communications: Elie Hirschfeld, D.A.R.E & More

Not long ago, an LA Times article about the city’s Museum of Contemporary Art’s (MOCA) attempts to raise a sum of $100 million cited fundraising consultant as saying, “People like to give to excellence. It’s excellence, not need that generates big gifts.” But this is not necessarily the case. Many poorly run nonprofits generate the big donor bucks in spite of haphazard management and lackluster results.

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Global Results Communications to Handle LSN Mobile PR

Global Results Communications (GRC), Inc., a full-service public relations and digital media firm, announced today that it will manage the public relations efforts for its new client, LSN Mobile. The agency will focus on building brand awareness within the mobile ecosystem for LSN Mobile and will provide media relation services, news release strategy and industry events presence.

Retail PR and Marketing Takes Flight in Today’s India 0

Consumers Set New Year’s Resolutions They Won’t Accomplish

There are people that don’t usually set a New Year’s resolution, but of those who do set such a goal at the beginning of the year, it seems that many won’t keep it, as a SocialVibe recent research reveals. During December 2012, the company surveyed consumers while engaged on the streaming music, social gaming and loyalty sites they frequently visit. Customers were invited to join a multi-answer survey, and at the end of the month SocialVibe had 562 completed interviews.

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Lack of Budget is B2B Marketers’ Biggest Challenge

Results depend highly on the amount of money invested when it comes to marketing campaigns. You cannot get the results of a USD 100,000 campaign with an USD 100 investment. Creativity plays an important role, but it is not everything and money is necessary. In fact, B2B marketers say that budget is their number one challenge, as an August 2012 study by Demandbase and Ziff Davis shows.


Social Media Use on the Rise among US Doctors

Social media is used by many types of industries for various purposes. A survey published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research shows that US doctors use social media on a daily basis. Approximately one in four doctors do that to find out what’s new in the medical field. 500 oncologists and primary-care doctors were queried for this study, and the researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center in Baltimore found out that, apart from scanning medical information, 14% of doctors also offer new information via social media daily.

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Nielsen Names Wikia Top 10 Social Network

For the first time in company history, Wikia exceeded 1 billion page views per month. This places the platform (which enables people around the world to discover, create and share content on pop culture) in the comScore top 100 both nationwide and internationally.