Weekly Roundup: Rethinking Color

Waxing UnLyrical

So, for this week’s weekly roundup, I thought it would be interesting to share some of the most thought-provoking posts I’ve come across over time (they’re not all new) on how non-profit organizations and cause marketing have been rethinking color. effect marketing.

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Color Clash: Pink or Purple?

Waxing UnLyrical

October 25th, 2010 Tweet A couple of weeks ago, I noticed my friend Kim Wells was sporting a purple ribbon on her Twitter avatar. In the non-profit/cause marketing world, most notably pink, and thus breast cancer. This post was mentioned on Twitter by Shonali Burke, Pink Fans.

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Social Pros 24 – Shawn Morton, JPMorgan Chase

Convince & Convert

The RSS feed is: [link]. If it’s really just the Wall, if it’s really just the news feed, all it is is a day to day, keep you top of mind experience, which to me is email. It is about real timeliness and curating content in a feed.

Hawaii Business: How the Social Media Workshop Can Help You

Bare Feet Studios

It encompasses other buzzwords and concepts you may have heard, from social networks like FaceBook , LinkedIn , and MySpace , to conversational marketing, web 2.0, internet TV and YouTube , blogging, Twitter , etc. We have several speakers who focus on non-profits and cause marketing.