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Job hunting the Air Google way

Silicon Valley's current enfants terrible Googles brilliant duo have given the global populace wings to soar over towns and cities, and the flights include everything except peanuts. Fasten your seat belts. Consider these two observations:

First, every half century or so, advertisers accidentally tumble onto a new idea that makes the entire industry......

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Bird's eye view, structural imagery

For advertising agencies, Air Google is a huge gift. Businesses now have to readjust their aerial visuals en masse to attract flying consumers in search of the closest shopping outlets, health clubs or places to dine out.

This will shift attention from billboards to roo......

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Marketing and cyber-branding are the number one challenges for most senior executives, and the new Air Google fly-by capability is a great opportunity to explore new possibilities. After all, it wasn't too long ago that downloadable ring tones for cell phones and prepaid callin......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Naseem Javed 01/31/06


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