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Write Like You Talk: 9 Quick 'n' Dirty Tips for Non-Robotic-Sounding Copy

When it comes to talking, we don't have to think much. Words and phrases move effortlessly from our brains to our mouths. Heck, sometimes we don't even use our brains at all -- the words just pop out of our mouths faster than a booty...Show More Summary

Marc Alan Fishman: The Swift Response To Save Starving Artists

You might know her from too many pop-drivel hits on the radio. You might know her as the girl who always mouths the words and wriggles in her seat at all the award shows. But did you know Taylor Swift is also a militant defender of starving artists? In a blog aptly titled “To Apple, […]

Music Review: Vince Staples pushes buttons on his exhilarating double album

Few rappers sound less impressed by their own talent that Vince Staples. The 21-year-old Long Beach native raps with switchblade precision, in a contemptuous sneer that casts judgment on every word out of his mouth. He’s a born natural...Show More Summary

Inside Out

We don’t do this anymore in the music business. We don’t have any blockbuster acts reinventing themselves with every project, garnering stellar reviews and great customer word of mouth which ultimately rains coin and makes everybody happy. That’s right. After a detour into sequelmania, which generates cash but leaves everybody unsatisfied, Pixar dropped a blockbuster...Read More

3 Tips for Protecting Your Reputation Online

A good reputation is central to a successful practice. Compared to other professions, attorneys are especially dependent on their reputation to bring them business, respect, and career success. But it's not just word of mouth that shapes your reputation anymore. When it comes to a lawyer's reputation, the Internet is......

The Soapbox: Why Won’t Hillary Clinton Say “Black Lives Matter”?

Considering the large body of work that explains why the phrase "all lives matter" is contextually racist and wholly inappropriate, it seriously gives me pause that Hillary Clinton let the words slip out of her mouth.

Pappy Van Winkle Is Collaborating On A New Maple Syrup

For a brief window at the end of June, you're going to be able to buy bottles of a sweet brown liquid sealed with red wax and with the words "Pappy Van Winkle 23-Year" emblazoned across the front. Is your mouth watering? Perhaps you're one of the many people who have become obsessed with Pappy Van Winkle, widely considered the world's best bourbon. Show More Summary

Channing Tatum 'F--king' Hated 'G.I. Joe'

In terms of words that can come out of an actor's mouth, there's nothing more beautiful than when someone decides to crap all over one of their own movies. And yet, it happens so very rarely. But on Tuesday, the talented and beautiful...Show More Summary

Dog Is Terrible At Howling And It's Hilarious

"He opens his mouth, but the words won't come out." We're pretty sure Eminem wasn't thinking about puppies when he wrote "Lose Yourself," yet that line perfectly sums up the struggle of this dog, who is having one howl of a hard time making himself heard. It isn't for lack of effort. Show More Summary

Q+A with Geno Church, our Chief Word of Mouth Officer

Geno spoke in Virginia in April and they did a great little Five Minute Q+A with him after the presentation. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy a little time with this great mind today! Got a good question for Geno (or any of us). Put it in the comments below and I’ll make sure you […] The post Q+A with Geno Church, our Chief Word of Mouth Officer appeared first on Brains on Fire.

Employee Advocates: The Best Word of Mouth Resource Ever!

For years we heard "this is the year of mobile." This is the year for employee advocacy.We spent years getting fans and likes on our brands' Facebook pages to build relationships and share content. Facebook has turned into an advertising play so a workaround is needed. That workaround is employee advocacy.

Inside Out

We don’t do this anymore in the music business. We don’t have any blockbuster acts reinventing themselves with every project, garnering stellar reviews and great customer word of mouth which ultimately rains coin and makes everybody happy. Show More Summary

Lance Stephenson says it's 'passion,' not angst, he'll bring to Clippers

2 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

Lance Stephenson once famously blew in LeBron James' ear and prompted whispers at his first two NBA stops about being a bad teammate. Now he's ready for word of mouth to do something else with his spotty reputation.

JetBlue's Recipe for Award-Winning Customer Service

Having talented customer service representatives elevates your brand and supports the most powerful form of marketing: word of mouth.

Seven Times Video Game Cover Art Lied To Gamers

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Video game companies used to rely on slick advertisements, word of mouth and, most of all, box art to sell their cartridges back in the day, and I remember being taken in by this box art time and time again as a kid. The cover wouldShow More Summary

Jeb Bush Translation: I Will Double the Tax Rate of Richest Americans

2 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Surprise! Bush 3.0 is making shit up. Andrew Cline/Shutterstock When announcing his official run for the highest office in the land, Jeb! Bush said something truly amazing, truly wonderful. The exact words out of his Floridian mouth:...Show More Summary

A word to Sen. Mark Kirk: Watch your mouth, bro

The explanation: It was just a joke among friends, in the privacy of the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee.

Which Companies Are Considered The Most LGBT Friendly?

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

16,000 LGBT Americans were asked "If you've heard anything about the brand in the last two weeks—through advertising, news or word of mouth—was it positive or negative?"

The Yes Men Are Revolting

Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno are the leaders of the Yes Men, a satirical leftist activist group that gets their message across by putting words in their target’s mouths. When corporations (and/or nations run by corporations) needShow More Summary

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