made up words are great for tracking blog buzz and search volume

can anyone tell when Subway launched their new ad campaign?


and GE’s Ecoimagination brand campaign?


compare this to American Express, which chose the word “Open” for their small business credit card.


if users DID type in “american express open” it might be easier to detect.


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By: Dr. Augustine Fou Monday, January 19th, 2009 digital, marketing

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