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Ultimate Acai Diet

June 18th, 2013

As heard on SiriusXM radio:   Says the ad: “You’ll burn fat, control your appetite, and get an energy surge like never before. If you want to lose 10, 20, maybe even 50 pounds, order the Ultimate Acai Diet right now.” But according to a warning from the Center for Science in the Public Interest:

Seriously Siri?

December 14th, 2012

When I watched Samuel L. Jackson talk to Siri in his flirtatious way in the iPhone television commercial and how efficient she  (it?) was in helping him arrange a romantic evening  I thought that I had just found the perfect administrative assistant. I had to have her and I was thrilled when I was able

Penny Auctions Will Cost You

August 26th, 2012

All is not what it seems for that item sold at a quarter of its retail price in a penny auction.

Internet Scams: Avoiding Fraud on the World Wide Web

June 26th, 2012

Over 200 million people in the U.S. are now Internet users.  Many of our daily activities – reading the news, watching movies, paying bills, buying products, and even catching up with friends have moved to the virtual space.  As we spend more time online, is it any wonder that scam artists and criminals have shifted

Testimonial Comparisons

May 24th, 2012

2009/2010 Testimonials vs. March 2013 Testimonials (Differences highlighted below)   2009/2010 Testimonials March 2013 Testimonials “Since beginning the speech nutrients nearly 3 months ago, twice per daily, we have noticed significant progress in our son’s speech development (age 5.5). He has been in speech therapy since the age of 1 and has been diagnosed with

Product Placement

January 27th, 2012

Products that pop up in movies and television shows are often there for specific advertising reasons.

Naming Rights – The New Way to Support Our Country

January 10th, 2012

For the next 25 years, MetLife has secured the naming rights for the new stadium where the New York Giants and Jets will play.  Welcome to MetLife Stadium, football fans!  The cost: $17 to $20 million per year, which averages out to almost half-a-billion dollars all in.  When I first learned this little marketing factoid,

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