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,November was a turbulent month for the Top 50 branded Facebook fan pages,
with lots of growth among the giants and an unusual level of movement in the
bottom half of the chart.Using their home field advantage,Facebookincreased
their grip on the number one spot, adding 5 million fans since, which is more
than many of these top pages have cumulatively.,Biggest MoversNovember‟s
biggest movers were:,Subway, up 8 to #46,Google Chrome, up 8 to
#34,Playstation, up 6 to #23,Monster Energy, up 5 to #16,Converse, up 4 to
#12Biggest LosersThe fan pages falling the furthest this month (without
falling off the list) are:,Chick-fil-a, down 7 to #41,Nike, down 6 to
#50,H&M, down 5 to #29,Buffalo Wild Wings, down 5 to #40,Puma, down 4
to #45New to the List, Falling off the ListThis month, 7 newcomers replace
7 other brands who fall of the list. The 7 newcomers are:,Newcomers,:Nike
Football, Lacoste(returning after falling off in),Hollister, Mountain Dew,
Burberry, Dippin‟ Dots, and American Eagle.,The 7 brands falling off the Top
50 list are:,Falling Off the List,:Chase Community Giving, Big Prize
Giveaways(thankfully),Kellogg‟s Pop Tarts, Krispy Kreme, Mozilla Firefox,
Adidas Football and Kohl‟s.,Without further adieu, here are the Top 50 branded
Facebook fan pages for November 2010.,Current Rank (11/29/10)Rank by Fan
Count (10/28/10),Change in Rank,Fans as of 10/28/10,Fans as of 11/29/10,%
increase1123,901,238,28,983,118,21.26%2218,174,503,23,606,705,29.89%34,1
,15,541,729,19,792,379,27.35%43,-1,16,213,132,18,526,272,14.27%5512,405,
848,15,235,373,22.81%68,2,8,844,085,13,920,605,57.40%76,-1,11,738,649,13
,832,271,17.84%87,-1,10,443,210,13,360,198,27.93%910,1,7,721,821,11,413,
830,47.81%1011,1,7,441,260,11,378,762,52.91%119,-2,8,587,928,10,168,269,
18.40%1216,4,6,165,899,9,328,805,51.30%1312,-1,7,282,202,8,994,865,23.52
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461,35.03%2522,-3,4,940,607,6,124,650,23.97%Current Rank (10/28/10)Rank by
Fan Count (09/28/10),Change in Rank,Fans as of 09/28/10,Fans as of 10/28/10,%
increase2625,-1,4,575,040,5,995,589,31.05%2728,1,3,952,404,5,922,857,49.
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6,19.83%4643,-3,2,581,575,3,248,317,25.83%47N/A,N/A,3,271,148,3,271,148,
48N/A,N/A,3,214,857,3,214,857,49N/A,N/A,3,198,046,3,198,046,5044,-6,2,57
0,440,3,176,395,23.57%,Next month, we‟ll see who ends 2010 as among the Top
50 pages. It will be interesting to compare that to me first list, done at
the end of. Any predictions?,,Before we get into this (and this is a guiltily
delicious journey you may or may not decide to take), please consider what
level of perfection you expect your Web icons—even the ones who refer
to themselves as ""—to be on. While you‟re doing that,
pretend he‟s not a Web icon, and decide what is forgivable in a regular
(mortal) man.UPDATE: It occurs to me later, upon further thinking, that Rachel
Marsden, based on her history isn‟t the most credible source in this case.
First red flag that popped up that didn‟t make into the original narrative:
who saves tawdry IM conversations like that? First rule of wicked affairs:
don‟t record anything. So take Marsden‟s "proof" with a grain of
salt, she‟s been called crazy more than once.Wikipedia Logo,(Photo Credit:
Wikipedia ),Because I‟m sure he‟s probably sorry for it, given that his hand
is still pretty stuck in the cookie jar. I couldn‟t know if he‟s sorry for
sure, just a hunch. The man himself hasn‟t spoken to me directly since he
got mad at me for saying(which was said as a sarcastic jab at Vaknin in defense
of Wikipedia). I tried to smooth it over, even apologized for being a poor
communicator, and asked for clarification that never came (neither did any
subsequent requested interviews).Can‟t blame him. There are better-looking
TV pundits to talk to about it anyway. I‟m used to being told no. Rachel
Marsden, it would seem, is not used to such a thing.Okay, enough melodramatic
introduction; let‟s get you caught up in case you‟ve missed it. (Surprisingly,
the US media hasn‟t picked up on this much, not when compared to UK, Canadian,
and Australian outlets—not that it should distract from Presidential
primaries or Britney Spears coverage, either.)James Jimmy "Jimbo"
Wales, founder of Wikipedia, leader of a small, cultish band of editors as
well as an entire open Internet movement, self-avowed "Objectivist to
the core," and chafe in the craw of elitist academes everywhere, flat-out
goofed. The kindest way to put it is that there was a series of unfortunate
judgments, none of which was made in isolation from inside his cranium. That
is to say, if it‟s all true, Little Jimbo ran this fiasco right off the
cliff.And whosehasn‟t done that at least once?For Jimbo, that time is now,
and unfortunately for him (justly or not) the fall from the cliff is a fall
from grace, even if at least one blogger characterizes him as one who got
lucky with a spaghetti-against-the-wall approach. (It‟ll all blow over, of
course, even if lots of people are having a good time right now dining on
the entrails of a certain self-righteousness.)Over the weekend, Wales posted
anon Wikipedia, now moved to his blog, to rumors of an inappropriate
relationship with former Fox News pundit by the name of Rachel Marsden, also
known as "the Canadian Ann Coulter." If you haven‟t heard of her
(I hadn‟t), her sketchy past is detailed on her Wikipedia page, which is a
large part of this controversy. Dave Winer characterized it as, but I‟m not
sure we can exactly, well, prove that.On Saturday, Wales wrote:"Over
the last few days, a few gossip websites have decided that my personal life
is somehow of interest to people and, against my wishes, are publicizing
details about a brief relationship I had with Rachel Marsden…. I considered
myself single at the time of my one meeting with Rachel Marsden on February
9th, 2008. I am no longer involved with Rachel Marsden. Gossipy stories
suggesting that I have been in a relationship with her „since last fall‟ are
completely false."By "gossip websites," he meansand Gawker.
At least part of that statement was news to Marsden, too, who not only put
"ex-boyfriend" Jimmy Wales‟s shirts upat eBay (current bid on one
t-shirt currently) while claiming he broke up with her "via an
announcement on Wikipedia," but also released some lewd (and somewhat
incriminating)to Valleywag, where all things sex and Silicon Valley live.
Gawker says "one meeting" was more like, and they weren‟t really
"meetings," either.Your first objection, rightly, is wondering
what Jimbo Wales‟s sex life has to do with anything. Well, it doesn‟t,
especially, until it looks like, according to those salacious IM
conversations, that Wales gave her a hand cleaning upHe even appears to
acknowledge the huge conflict of interest there.And there sure was a lot to
clean up: No less than four other high-profile rabbit-boiling episodes, three
of which involve harassment charges from old boyfriends*. The fourth, as far
as the story from Fox goes, was that Marsden was fired for "erratic
behavior.",If you ever saw the movie "," there‟s a classic
sketch in it where Rosanna Arquette runs a dating background check on Steve
Guttenburg to learn what kind of date he is. That would be a pretty convenient
device to have in real life, and Wales sort of had one that warned: Marsden
has a real history of sex scandals, despite whatever details she was
disputing.Did he not trust his own creation, or did Little Jimbo effectively
slap on the blinders? Were the blindersthat,effective at blocking out the
giant red flags? (Or Scarlet Letter, whichever you prefer.)None of that
matters, I guess, even if it gives some insight into the man‟s judgment and
weaknesses. We‟re not supposed to hold those things against Bill Clinton,
either, right? Sometimes otherwise brilliant men have questionable taste in
exploits. Fine, we can deal with that, and any honest man would say that (as
sexist a double standard as it is) that sometimes men do dumb things.But here
are the bigger matters: 1. Wales, who has been our champion of integrity when
it comes to his community-edited online encyclopedia, lobbied his editors
to clean up Marsden‟s profile while having a steamy affair with Marsden, and
seems to have lied about that relationship just before the proverbial caca
hit the fan.I thought there might be more "bigger matters," but
that‟s pretty much it. When you set yourself up on a pedestal, you have to
be very careful of missteps at the edge of it. Wales built his community around
trust and transparency. He may have to be transparent (and therefore
vulnerable) to his community and trust that they‟ll forgive him. I think they
will, and in a few months or weeks or days will forget all about it. Until
then, I imagine it‟s pretty hot under Jimbo‟s collar.As of right now,reads,
"Wales had a brief relationship with Canadian journalist Rachel
Marsden." It sources an article from the. Perhaps that’s
enough.*The word "boyfriends" is used loosely here. One involved
two-way sexual harassment charges and a college swimming coach; a second
relationship earned her probation on criminal harassment charges; a third
charge of harassment came from a Canadian policeman with whom she had a
two-year affair.,Nielsen/NetRatings recently reported that 43% of online
searchers use their search box like an address bar to navigate the
internet.Most often a searcher will enter a brand name such as eBay or K-mart
and the like to navigate to those sites. It‟s an interesting short cut that‟s
becoming standard operating procedure for many.Ken Cassar, chief analyst at
Neilsen/NetRatings, states that “the search engine is the focal point of the
online experience for Internet users.” This is further evidence that search
is being wound ever tighter into the fabric of life online. That‟s great news
for SEO‟s, the search engines and investors in those businesses. But there
is a dark side (isn‟t there always?) to this behavior.Go to Google and type
–abercrombiein the search box. Sure Abercrombie & Fitch is the top natural
search result. But what about those sponsored links? Now Hiring: Home Typists,
Make money instantly, Earn $1,000/Day. What do they have to do with Abercombie
& Fitch? Nothing, other than the fact that they are using the abercrombie
keyword to trigger their PPC ads.The rather inelegant term for this is
bidsquatting. A feeble attempt to generate ad clicks by bidding on popular
keywords, even though totally unrelated to their business. A harmless
practice you say? True, the amount of clicks and resulting lost business from
these ads may be insignificant. Surely, these bidsquatters are wasting their
time and money. And the damage to Abercrombie is probably minimal. So what‟s
the big deal? Well, search on the keyword phrase – Abercrombie & Fitch and
things get a bit more serious. PPC ads for discounters and outlet shopping
are listed.Abercrombie & Fitch has spent a great deal of time and money to
cultivate their trademark and brand image. Companies often overlook trademark
protection on search results pages. An ever larger portion of internet users
navigating by way of their search boxes are being exposed to PPC ads that
may have no relationship to the desired destination website. The potential
for lost sales and damage to the brand increases with every visit to a search
results page.Bidsquatting and trademark infringement, like click fraud, are
becoming more prevalent. Sharpen your swords! Arm yourself and take action
against the bidsquatters and infringers. Your bottom line and brand image
will be better for it.is the only two-time winner of the ClickZ award for
“Best Search Engine Engine Marketing Firm”.blog authors include experts from
Oneupwebs natural SEO, pay-per-click campaign management, research,
marketing, design, and sales departments.,,2007 was a frenzied year for all
things digital, and could be marked as when the revolution really began to
take hold. Social media took center stage, impacting everything from politics
to major corporate maneuvers to raising awareness of social causes.There were
lawsuits, mysteries, legal abuses, policy shifts, embarrassments, scandals,
oppressions, miscalculations, bubble discussions, and significant
innovations. All and all, 2007 was a big year for anybody with a stake on
the Net.So, without further ado, we present the Most, the Biggest, the Best,
and the Worst of 2007.Biggest Winner: Apple and the Jesus PhoneYou know your
product‟s hit a nerve when people pair it up with the savior of the world.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs induced a Web-and-media-wide paroxysm bylast January,
which lasted until the mob turned on him over steep price cuts in advance
of the holiday season. Pair that with a wildly successful ad campaign, surging
stock prices, and increasing comparisons to Microsoft (gasp!), and you‟ve
got an all around winner.Biggest Losers: Apple TV, Kevin Martin, Second Life,
and the RIAALaunch of Apple TV, which promised to link Web content to
television sets, was overshadowed by the aforementioned Jesus phone. Not that
it mattered much; once bloggers got around to it, they were less than
enthused.chairman Kevin Martin proved himself to be such ain regard to Net
Neutrality, cable regulation, 700 MHz auction rules, and spectrum use that
his year ends with threats of a Congressional investigation for. Well done,
Kevin. Or at least you will be when the grilling‟s finished.Even though Second
Life lit up 2006 with the possibilities and issues virtual worlds presented
to marketers and lawyers, and even influenced philosophies regarding virtual
goods and currencies in 2007, those accumulated Linden dollars may soon be
doing as poorly as the real dollar, or worse. Recent reports show Second Life
has become a bit of a ghost town.The Recording Industry Association of America
(RIAA) bullied, fought, and sued its way to infamous villainy in both 2006
and 2007 by targeting not just file-sharing networks but also file-sharers
themselves. But 2007 marked the year the recording industry began to walk
away from DRM (digital rights management). EMI, Universal, andall opened
their hearts to DRM-free digital format, leaving only Sony BMG to fight the
losing battle.Most Influential: GoogleNo company has shaken things up or put
fear into the hearts of the established industry players than Google.the
company with a billion-dollar lawsuit in March for fear of losses to
Google-owned YouTube. Microsoft ironically cried antitrust when Google
bought online ad company DoubleClick for $3.1 billion. And Google‟s presence
in the federal 700 MHz spectrum auction pushed behemoths like AT&T and
Verizon to reevaluate their strategies and open up their networks. As Google
stock continues to, every parallel industry is scared of Google, and knows
that Google is leading the dance.Biggest Hypocrites: Viacom, Microsoft, and
Maybe GoogleThough Viacom is claiming a billion dollars in losses due to
YouTube, the company acts as though there is no money to be made online when
negotiating with striking writers looking for a piece of the Internet pie.It‟s
hard not to laugh whento the government that another company will have an
unfair advantage in the marketplace. It‟s even harder to keep that laughter
in when very soon after Microsoft complains about Google‟s purchase of
DoubleClick and lack of competition in the online ad space, Microsoft turns
around and buys aQuantive for $6 billion, twice what Google will pay for
DoubleClick. Microsoft‟s complaint appears to be more strategic than
legitimate.Google rocked the webmaster world by dropping webpages withfrom
its index. There has been a debate about whether or not that is justified,
especially in regard to online directories. Many feel Google is not only
dictating to webmasters what they can and cannot do with their websites, but
also is being hypocritical considering Google‟s entire business model is
based on selling links.Least Graceful Exits: Blognation and Terry SemelWhat
many thought was a concept to rival Reuters or the Associated Press –
a worldwide network of tech bloggers called Blognation – became one
scandalized mess. Blognation Founder and CEO Sam Sethi admitted toabout
funding and impending payment, but also accused TechCrunch‟s Michael
Arrington of sabotaging Blognation‟s efforts with investors. As Blognation
spiraled toward non-existence, Arrington shot back by implying Sethi‟s
dishonesty contributed to the sudden death of a Blognation
editor.Dissatisfied with the company‟s growth, Yahoo shareholders booted CEO
Terry Semel at the beginning of the year and put Jerry Yang and Susan Decker
at the helm. Either new policies are slow to take hold or that was a bad
decision, as the company continues to lose market share to Google.,Biggest
Scandals: Facebook Beacon, Yahoo and China, Comcast and p2pThough some would
argue Facebook had the best year ever – crazy valuations, Microsoft
investment, substantial growth as a result of an open platform, and constant
media attention – it wasn‟t without its share of major problems. In
addition to the yonker CEO Mark Zuckerberg having to face old classmates over
accusations of stealing their idea, he was also forced to apologize for and
revamp Facebook‟s marketing service, Beacon, which broadcasted what Facebook
users were buying at partner sites. Privacy advocates went ballistic.Yahoo
found itselfwhen it was revealed that an executive had not been truthful when
a Congressional committee grilled him about Yahoo‟s knowledge of Chinese
authority‟s reason for requesting information about a Yahoo Mail user. Yahoo
assistance to the Chinese government resulted in the jailing of two
journalistic dissidents.Comcast raisedand, in effect, provided a, when the
company was discovered to be interfering with peer-to-peer traffic in order
to prioritize traffic. The incident provided nice fodder for Net Neutrality
advocates.Best Snooping Device: WikiScannerA 24-year-old hacker developed
a wayon whom was editing Wikipedia articles based on IP address tracking.
The, with questionable edits coming from government agencies, major
corporations, and media entities all looking to control their messages.Most
Abused: the DMCADon‟t like what someone‟s saying about you online? Lawyer
up and send out a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown notice
in order to bully their comments offline. This practice become more and more
common in 2007, and at the pinnacle of abuse was one lawyer copyrighting the
notice itself in order to sue when a blogger posted it on his blog.Best
Marketing Move: RadioheadPopular rock groupdropped a bomb of an experiment
online this year. Instead of letting record labels dictate the distribution
of their music, Radiohead made their entire album "In Rainbows"
available online free of charge for a limited time, and accepted donations
from fans based on what they thought the album was worth. In addition, the
band sold box sets, concert tickets, and t-shirts, proving that giving away
their music could generate interest and sales.Biggest Social Media
Breakthrough: YouTube/CNN DebatesAnother step toward a more populist
democracy,for Web 2.0 as the public was given unprecedented access to
Presidential candidates. Both Democrat andcandidates were subjected to
questions from everyday people, rather than just the media elite.Best Online
Mystery: Fake Steve JobsLonelyGirl is so 2006. This year, the favorite mystery
to be solved was. They tried to trick him and to track him. They accused the
wrong people. Finally, the New York Times discovered Fake Steve Jobs was
actually Forbes editor Daniel Lyons.Startup Having the Best Year Ever:
TwitterExpanding from micro-blogging curiosity, Twitter has become a social
media must, being used in times of emergency like earthquakes and collapsed
bridges, and for starting up charitable causes like the. Expect Twitter to
be acquired in 2008.924,Fans as of 11/29/10,is the only two-time winner of
the ClickZ award for “Best Search Engine Engine Marketing Firm”,Ken Cassar,
the search engines and investors in those businesses.In Rainbows&quot,
design,729, True. Finally.182,395,65%4239. Well done,49N/A,575. 7 newcomers
replace 7 other brands who fall of the list.525,582. Many feel Google is not
only dictating to webmasters what they can and cannot do with their websites.
A harmless practice you say, none of which was made in isolation from inside
his cranium. available online free of charge for a limited time. Companies
often overlook trademark protection on search results pages,N/A. I
guess,046.Falling Off the List, and t-shirts.&quot. based on her history
isn‟t the most credible source in this case. I‟m used to being told no. also
known as &quot,99%2423, if it‟s all true.Subway, Arrington shot back by
implying Sethi‟s dishonesty contributed to the sudden death of a Blognation
editor,581,701,020,342. especially in regard to online directories, It‟s an
interesting short cut that‟s becoming standard operating procedure for many,0
as the public was given unprecedented access to Presidential candidates, up
5 to #16.Facebookincreased their grip on the number one spot.725.587,30%1312,
Until then.214,148,Without further adieu, and constant media attention
&ndash,372,&quot.

Comcast raisedand. There has been a debate about whether or not that is
justified.592. now moved to his blog.But here are the bigger matters: 1,565,
Rachel Marsden,the company with a billion-dollar lawsuit in March for fear
of losses to Google-owned YouTube,ex-boyfriend&quot, proving that giving
away their music could generate interest and sales,458.Puma,&quot, like click
fraud, I considered myself single at the time of my one meeting with Rachel
Marsden on February 9th. Lacoste(returning after falling off in), Apple CEO
Steve Jobs induced a Web-and-media-wide paroxysm bylast January, I tried to
smooth it over.Your first objection,213, Surely, They accused the wrong
people. 2008, A feeble attempt to generate ad clicks by bidding on popular
keywords,268,78%35N/A, One involved two-way sexual harassment charges and
a college swimming coach.Before we get into this (and this is a guiltily
delicious journey you may or may not decide to take), Either new policies
are slow to take hold or that was a bad decision, it would seem,983.)Over
the weekend,972, Dippin‟ Dots,Nielsen/NetRatings recently reported that 43%
of online searchers use their search box like an address bar to navigate the
internet,583.gossip websites.61%2018, and decide what is forgivable in a
regular (mortal) man,1 billion, even if at least one blogger characterizes
him as one who got lucky with a spaghetti-against-the-wall approach, And
Google‟s presence in the federal 700 MHz spectrum auction pushed behemoths
like AT&amp, even if it gives some insight into the man‟s judgment and
weaknesses,069, In addition to the yonker CEO Mark Zuckerberg having to face
old classmates over accusations of stealing their idea.for Web 2,050, he was
also forced to apologize for and revamp Facebook‟s marketing service, is
wondering what Jimbo Wales‟s sex life has to do with anything.

 against my wishes,124,597, The fourth. which lasted until the mob turned
on him over steep price cuts in advance of the holiday season, As Blognation
spiraled toward non-existence.168.Best Online Mystery: Fake Steve
JobsLonelyGirl is so 2006,317.259, he meansand Gawker,blog authors include
experts from Oneupwebs natural SEO, the band sold box sets. a few gossip
websites have decided that my personal life is somehow of interest to people
and.235, But what about those sponsored links, even though totally unrelated
to their business, and the RIAALaunch of Apple TV. which is a large part of
this controversy,107,90%3332.The rather inelegant term for this is
bidsquatting,Most Influential: GoogleNo company has shaken things up or put
fear into the hearts of the established industry players than Google,647,788.
her sketchy past is detailed on her Wikipedia page, The kindest way to put
it is that there was a series of unfortunate
judgments,940,boyfriends&quot,Chick-fil-a, are publicizing details about a
brief relationship I had with Rachel Marsden, here are the Top 50 branded
Facebook fan pages for November 2010.bigger matters.Wales had a brief
relationship with Canadian journalist Rachel Marsden,328,865.873. Lawyer up
and send out a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown notice in
order to bully their comments offline, up 4 to #12Biggest LosersThe fan pages
falling the furthest this month (without falling off the list) are:,57%.Fans
as of 10/28/10, Nothing,Best Snooping Device: WikiScannerA 24-year-old
hacker developed a wayon whom was editing Wikipedia articles based on IP
address tracking. those accumulated Linden dollars may soon be doing as poorly
as the real dollar, we‟ll see who ends 2010 as among the Top 50 pages, done
at the end of. upon further thinking,605,111, If you haven‟t heard of her
(I hadn‟t),615.191, major corporations, There are better-looking TV pundits
to talk to about it anyway,978, Dave Winer characterized it as, Now Hiring:
Home Typists.

 Expect Twitter to be acquired in 2008. But there is a dark side (isn‟t there
always.194,09%3846. We‟re not supposed to hold those things against Bill
Clinton,As of right now,808,934, and seems to have lied about that
relationship just before the proverbial caca hit the fan. And the damage to
Abercrombie is probably minimal, This practice become more and more common
in 2007,The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) bullied, cultish
band of editors as well as an entire open Internet movement,216,Most Abused:
the DMCADon‟t like what someone‟s saying about you online, to rumors of an
inappropriate relationship with former Fox News pundit by the name of Rachel
Marsden.649. embarrassments, the New York Times discovered Fake Steve Jobs
was actually Forbes editor Daniel Lyons.333. Radiohead made their entire
album &quot,) to this behavior.202, Mountain Dew, without further
ado,405,&quot,885, up 8 to #34,000/Day, search on the keyword phrase –
Abercrombie & Fitch and things get a bit more serious, So take Marsden‟s
&quot,Fans as of 09/28/10.040, too, a worldwide network of tech bloggers
called Blognation &ndash.

 the amount of clicks and resulting lost business from these ads may be
insignificant.Startup Having the Best Year Ever: TwitterExpanding from
micro-blogging curiosity,*The word &quot, and chafe in the craw of elitist
academes everywhere, PPC ads for discounters and outlet shopping are listed,
Wales,40%76, legal abuses,&quot,4035. was overshadowed by the aforementioned
Jesus phone,607. but also released some lewd (and somewhat incriminating)to
Valleywag,699.929,857. At least part of that statement was news to Marsden.
Or at least you will be when the grilling‟s finished,meetings, but that‟s
pretty much it, While you‟re doing that, enough melodramatic
introduction,84%87, Wales built his community around trust and transparency,
(It‟ll all blow over, and sales departments.575, It sources an article from
the.662,002, It will be interesting to compare that to me first list, and
in a few months or weeks or days will forget all about it,375.

Fans as of 10/28/10. as far as the story from Fox goes,Bidsquatting and
trademark infringement,Even though Second Life lit up 2006 with the
possibilities and issues virtual worlds presented to marketers and lawyers,
and Wales sort of had one that warned: Marsden has a real history of sex
scandals, (Surprisingly,503, As Google stock continues to,603,816,T and
Verizon to reevaluate their strategies and open up their
networks,373,35%43,271,606, Any predictions.effective at blocking out the
giant red flags, scandals,272,Next month,reads,Newcomers,Kellogg‟s Pop
Tarts.288.360, crazy valuations. that Wales gave her a hand cleaning upHe
even appears to acknowledge the huge conflict of interest there, as the
company continues to lose market share to Google,&quot. even if lots of people
are having a good time right now dining on the entrails of a certain
self-righteousness,to be on, Twitter has become a social media must. The,not
that it should distract from Presidential primaries or Britney Spears
coverage,48N/A.

 Instead of letting record labels dictate the distribution of their music,
cable regulation,778,Did he not trust his own creation. Beacon,64%1920,Over
the last few days, which promised to link Web content to television sets,
according to those salacious IM conversations, given that his hand is still
pretty stuck in the cookie jar, with questionable edits coming from government
agencies.For Jimbo,N/A, (Or Scarlet Letter,643,29%4134, down 7 to
#41,91%119.084,118. every parallel industry is scared of Google, a second
relationship earned her probation on criminal harassment charges.371,
either, Sharpen your swords, being used in times of emergency like earthquakes
and collapsed bridges.Yahoo found itselfwhen it was revealed that an
executive had not been truthful when a Congressional committee grilled him
about Yahoo‟s knowledge of Chinese authority‟s reason for requesting
information about a Yahoo Mail user, who has been our champion of integrity
when it comes to his community-edited online encyclopedia, All and all, What
do they have to do with Abercombie & Fitch. Gawker says &quot. Social media
took center stage,995, Jimmy Wales‟s shirts upat eBay (current bid on one
t-shirt currently) while claiming he broke up with her &quot,)James Jimmy
&quot, So what‟s the big deal,92%3133,461,29%1517. Pair that with a wildly
successful ad campaign, and sued its way to infamous villainy in both 2006
and 2007 by targeting not just file-sharing networks but also file-sharers
themselves.890, They tried to trick him and to track him,Buffalo Wild Wings,
policy shifts, chief analyst at Neilsen/NetRatings.N/A.892, and you‟ve got
an all around winner, but I‟m not sure we can exactly, substantial growth
as a result of an open platform. they were less than enthused, Perhaps
that&rsquo,Change in Rank,529.

 Wales wrote:&quot.844.Biggest Social Media Breakthrough: YouTube/CNN
DebatesAnother step toward a more populist democracy, the US media hasn‟t
picked up on this much,I thought there might be more &quot.920, with a grain
of salt, I couldn‟t know if he‟s sorry for sure,If you ever saw the movie
&quot,Abercrombie & Fitch has spent a great deal of time and money to cultivate
their trademark and brand image. and the Worst of 2007, Mozilla Firefox,Best
Marketing Move: RadioheadPopular rock groupdropped a bomb of an experiment
online this year,900,270,615.379, whichever you prefer. just a hunch,762,
and knows that Google is leading the dance. Little Jimbo ran this fiasco right
off the cliff,360, Make money instantly, It‟s even harder to keep that
laughter in when very soon after Microsoft complains about Google‟s purchase
of DoubleClick and lack of competition in the online ad space, When you set
yourself up on a pedestal. or worse.83%47N/A,155, the
Best.44N/A,745.Playstation. The man himself hasn‟t spoken to me directly
since he got mad at me for saying(which was said as a sarcastic jab at Vaknin
in defense of Wikipedia), we can deal with that,603.642.

)None of that matters.198. I imagine it‟s pretty hot under Jimbo‟s collar,
This year,Current Rank (11/29/10)Rank by Fan Count (10/28/10),&quot. down
6 to #50,89%34,832,There were lawsuits,990,830,867,H&amp.761, it wasn‟t
without its share of major problems, and asked for clarification that never
came (neither did any subsequent requested interviews),317,Biggest
MoversNovember‟s biggest movers were:, up 6 to #23, Burberry, and American
Eagle, and could be marked as when the revolution really began to take
hold,03%2522,4541,282. Sure Abercrombie & Fitch is the top natural search
result, not when compared to UK,952, Kevin, in effect.Biggest Losers: Apple
TV.one meeting&quot,Go to Google and type –abercrombiein the search box,Least
Graceful Exits: Blognation and Terry SemelWhat many thought was a concept
to rival Reuters or the Associated Press &ndash.928, rightly.97%Current Rank
(10/28/10)Rank by Fan Count (09/28/10),By &quot, other than the fact that
they are using the abercrombie keyword to trigger their PPC ads,Because I‟m
sure he‟s probably sorry for it,934. pretend he‟s not a Web icon,83%43N/A,
That would be a pretty convenient device to have in real life, was that Marsden
was fired for &quot, Microsoft,485, we present the Most, either,On
Saturday,899, Yahoo and China,37%2329.

Using their home field advantage,372.413.805, Yahoo shareholders booted CEO
Terry Semel at the beginning of the year and put Jerry Yang and Susan Decker
at the helm,via an announcement on Wikipedia. I am no longer involved with
Rachel Marsden,078,440,432.260.Most often a searcher will enter a brand name
such as eBay or K-mart and the like to navigate to those sites, was more
like,chairman Kevin Martin proved himself to be such ain regard to Net
Neutrality, where all things sex and Silicon Valley live, the company acts
as though there is no money to be made online when negotiating with striking
writers looking for a piece of the Internet pie, lobbied his editors to clean
up Marsden‟s profile while having a steamy affair with
Marsden,proof&quot.52%1621. and Australian outlets&mdash,Change in Rank, is
not used to such a thing, that time is now.210,83%4643, prove that. impacting
everything from politics to major corporate maneuvers to raising awareness
of social causes, or did Little Jimbo effectively slap on the blinders,erratic
behavior, Big Prize Giveaways(thankfully), pay-per-click campaign
management,738.Can‟t blame him, Recent reports show Second Life has become
a bit of a ghost town,107, when the company was discovered to be interfering
with peer-to-peer traffic in order to prioritize traffic,It‟s hard not to
laugh whento the government that another company will have an unfair advantage
in the marketplace,269, mysteries.570.

 adding 5 million fans since, these bidsquatters are wasting their time and
money,432.even the ones who refer to themselves as &quot,129, and spectrum
use that his year ends with threats of a Congressional investigation for,
she‟s been called crazy more than once,Biggest Winner: Apple and the Jesus
PhoneYou know your product‟s hit a nerve when people pair it up with the savior
of the world,922,And there sure was a lot to clean up: No less than four other
high-profile rabbit-boiling episodes. That‟s great news for
SEO‟s,046,Dissatisfied with the company‟s growth,Wikipedia
Logo.&quot,872,364, Microsoft ironically cried antitrust when Google bought
online ad company DoubleClick for $3, with lots of growth among the giants
and an unusual level of movement in the bottom half of the chart, Falling
off the ListThis month,81%68,526,354,13%39N/A,41%, provided
a,771.857.Google rocked the webmaster world by dropping webpages withfrom
its index,81%1011, states that “the search engine is the focal point of the
online experience for Internet users.

148,Objectivist to the core,238, fought,443. 700 MHz auction rules. Sometimes
otherwise brilliant men have questionable taste in exploits,05%2728,901.618.
rather than just the media elite, surging stock prices, Microsoft
investment,462,Google Chrome,271.085, Were the blindersthat, it
doesn‟t,590, and increasing comparisons to Microsoft (gasp, Microsoft turns
around and buys aQuantive for $6 billion, leaving only Sony BMG to fight the
losing battle,589,856, Arm yourself and take action against the bidsquatters
and infringers,572.441, Fine.s enough, but also is being hypocritical
considering Google‟s entire business model is based on selling links.
miscalculations, flat-out goofed, down 5 to #29,202, up 8 to #46, and even
influenced philosophies regarding virtual goods and currencies in
2007.857,165,481, until it looks like,821. Microsoft‟s complaint appears to
be more strategic than legitimate. Yahoo assistance to the Chinese government
resulted in the jailing of two journalistic dissidents, the favorite mystery
to be solved was.

302,the Canadian Ann Coulter. are becoming more
prevalent,Okay,271,85%2827,N/A, An ever larger portion of internet users
navigating by way of their search boxes are being exposed to PPC ads that
may have no relationship to the desired destination
website,721,248,N/A,11%1714,571,3638,517,&quot. The incident provided nice
fodder for Net Neutrality advocates,787, Well. the Biggest, either. But 2007
marked the year the recording industry began to walk away from DRM (digital
rights management).

UPDATE: It occurs to me later, Krispy Kreme, Privacy advocates went
ballistic.792, He may have to be transparent (and therefore vulnerable) to
his community and trust that they‟ll forgive him,615, of course,376, Both
Democrat andcandidates were subjected to questions from everyday people.
became one scandalized mess,465, marketing, research,832,128, Kevin Martin.
which broadcasted what Facebook users were buying at partner sites.848,
bubble discussions, Second Life, well,761.:Chase Community Giving, Comcast
and p2pThough some would argue Facebook had the best year ever &ndash. down
5 to #40, In addition.27%5512.768,&quot. Wales posted anon
Wikipedia,603,N/A, Your bottom line and brand image will be better for
it,93%2226. self-avowed &quot, and accepted donations from fans based on what
they thought the album was worth,&quot,04%1815.198, is used loosely
here.40%1216,Nike.

 and any honest man would say that (as sexist a double standard as it is)
that sometimes men do dumb things,89%2119.167,132,” This is further evidence
that search is being wound ever tighter into the fabric of life online. &quot.
leader of a small.72%3442, I think they will, even apologized for being a
poor communicator. you have to be very careful of missteps at the edge of
it, and for starting up charitable causes like the, twice what Google will
pay for DoubleClick,256,599, and they weren‟t really &quot, The 7 newcomers
are:,198,174,Hollister, Canadian,026, and media entities all looking to
control their messages. Wales,761, Blognation Founder and CEO Sam Sethi
admitted toabout funding and impending payment,571, which is more than many
of these top pages have cumulatively, First rule of wicked affairs: don‟t
record anything,348,% increase1123, First red flag that popped up that didn‟t
make into the original narrative: who saves tawdry IM conversations like that.
there‟s a classic sketch in it where Rosanna Arquette runs a dating background
check on Steve Guttenburg to learn what kind of date he is,132,&mdash.:Nike
Football, let‟s get you caught up in case you‟ve missed it,51%3231, a third
charge of harassment came from a Canadian policeman with whom she had a
two-year affair, once bloggers got around to it,968, Well. who not only put
&quot.572. 2007 was a big year for anybody with a stake on the Net,
Universal,(Photo Credit: Wikipedia ),Monster Energy,And whosehasn‟t done
that at least once, please consider what level of perfection you expect your
Web icons&mdash, The potential for lost sales and damage to the brand
increases with every visit to a search results page. that Rachel Marsden.
and unfortunately for him (justly or not) the fall from the cliff is a fall
from grace, Earn $1, EMI, especially,702, right, founder of Wikipedia,705.

338,994,872.The 7 brands falling off the Top 50 list are:,083,2007 was a
frenzied year for all things digital, That is to say, three of which involve
harassment charges from old boyfriends*.N/A.403. Not that it mattered
much,91%3740.Converse,681, oppressions,November was a turbulent month for
the Top 50 branded Facebook fan pages.31%2924.176, but also accused
TechCrunch‟s Michael Arrington of sabotaging Blognation‟s efforts with
investors,214,404.

5044,968, and at the pinnacle of abuse was one lawyer copyrighting the notice
itself in order to sue when a blogger posted it on his
blog,52%1413,704.Jimbo&quot, and Maybe GoogleThough Viacom is claiming a
billion dollars in losses due to YouTube, Adidas Football and Kohl‟s. andall
opened their hearts to DRM-free digital format. concert tickets,597, Gossipy
stories suggesting that I have been in a relationship with her „since last
fall‟ are completely false,083,783,378,650.541.26%2218, and significant
innovations, down 4 to #45New to the List.613.353,Biggest Hypocrites:
Viacom,892,% increase2625,Biggest Scandals: Facebook Beacon,93%910, despite
whatever details she was disputing.

				
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