Corporate Eye

Corporate Eye Summary March 26, 2011

  • Thinking Socially: Convincing the CEO
    I invited Gregory Shumchenia of Modern Pigeon to write a guest post for us – do take a moment to visit his site. Greg started out five years ago as a photographer and just began offering marketing and social media services. He loves the outdoors and will never eat canned tuna. Over to you… 7 […]


  • 2 out of 3 Americans Use Social Networking Sites
    New statistics from eMarketer reveal that in 2011, 63.7% of American Internet users (147.8 million people) are using social networking sites like Facebook and LinkedIn. By 2012, that number will increase to 66% and by 2013, it will hit 67%. According to these statistics, the days of double-digit user growth for social networking appear to […]


  • Brands Launch Tablet Optimized Websites
    The current hot gadget is the iPad and other tablets are launching quickly to compete with the iPad. It makes sense that brands would want to revamp their websites so they work well on tablets, but brands like MTV and VH1 are leading a new redesign trend. Instead of simply moving website elements around so […]


  • Corporate Eye Summary March 19, 2011
    Launching a Career in Corporate Communications Today we have a guest post from Lauren Bailey offering advice for college students wanting to get started in corporate comms. Lauren Bailey is a freelance writer and blog junkie, who blogs about online colleges. She especially loves hearing back from her readers. Questions or comments can be sent […]


  • Google Breaks Web 2.0 Logo Design Trend with New Chrome Logo
    Over the past decade, more and more companies have been investing in logo redesigns in order to create logos that seems more modern and digital. The glossy, 3-dimensional redesigns have been called the Web 2.0 logo redesign trend. However, that trend might be coming to an end if a new design for Google’s Chrome brand […]


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