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The global power of WWW

The most powerful three letters in the world today are WWWno further explanation is required

There are many other famous uses of the 23rd letter of the alphabet, W, as in WWI or WWII, and we are still working overtime on a WWIII. Then there's the WWF and WWF. The match between the World Wildlife Fund and the World Wrestling Federation resulted in the m......

Full article >>> ed Al Gore invented the Internet, right on. To match this myth, the WWW is really"dubya, dubya, dubya." Come November, we will know the real power of W branding.

Going back to WWW. Imagine if there was a PPP or VVV. QQQ or ZZZ are too stingy. Maybe XXX, after all, half the Internet is just that. KKK was definitely not available.

When for every cognitive idea, there is word, which......

Full article >>> the duck at AFLAC doing those cute film-noir commercials. Do you know what AFLAC stands for? Nobody does, except the duck. At times, master branding, like a conspiracy theory, resorts to recommending initials as a final solution. Most often, the absence of a winning name urgently requires replacing the prehistoric, long corporate name and adopting a few confusing letters, which is seen as a great......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Naseem Javed 08/18/04


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